Russellville Boys Varsity Football

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Date Change: Football Game at Dora

The football game at Dora has been moved from Friday, October 25th to Thursday, October 24th! We hope to see all of our Golden Tiger fans there to support our team!

‪Pulling their weight: Veteran defense carrying the load for Russellville

Franklin Free Press By: Mike Self   RUSSELLVILLE – As far as Russellville senior linebacker Jamal Hubbard is concerned, defense is a numbers game. And there’s one number he focuses on more than any other when evaluating his team’s performance on a given play. “As long as we’ve got all 22 cleats getting to the

RUSSELLVILLE 27, DESHLER 21 (OT): Bishop-to-Brockway lifts Russellville over Deshler

By Logan Ellis For the TimesDaily TUSCUMBIA — Jacob Bishop threw a 9-yard touchdown in overtime to lift Russellville to a season-opening 27-21 win over Deshler Friday night. The victory spoiled the debut of Deshler’s new turf field at Howard Chappell Stadium. Bishop’s pass to Nathan Brockway for the winning score came after Deshler stopped the

Russellville ready to open 28th consecutive season with rivalry game against Deshler

By Mike Self Franklin Free Press   Russellville coach John Ritter hopes that no one associated with the Golden Tiger program puts too much stock in Deshler’s season-opening 42-3 loss at Muscle Shoals on Thursday. He certainly isn’t. “They’ve got a young football team,” Ritter said of the Tigers, who will welcome Russellville to Howard

Jamboree Moved to Thursday, August 22nd

The RHS Fall Jamboree has been moved to Thursday, August 22nd. Come out to see the Golden Tigers under those Friday night lights!! When: Thursday, August 22nd Time: 7:00 PM Place: East Limestone


To try and avoid all conflicts with our multiple sport athletes, we will have a Varsity Football parent meeting for all potential football players in grades (8th-11th) on Sunday March 17 at 2:30 in Lunchroom.  It will be a brief meeting with LOTS of information, calendars and handouts given to parents/kids.  It is important for