by: Devin Rivers   3/1/2012

It is no secret that Tuscaloosa, Alabama has some of the most faithful and diehard fans in NCAA sports.   One may easily observe this behavior throughout the course of the Crimson Tide’s latest national championship football season.  The set of College Gameday anchored on “the walk of champions” in front of Bryant-Denny Stadium, one visit inside the stadium during a game, or a walk through the quad on game-day all prove the aforementioned statement.

But what about the high school sports in this area?    All cities across the country boast local rivalries. All towns have star players that catch the eye of not only potential future college coaches, but also the town’s common folk, the sports fans.  The only difference between Tuscaloosa and all the other cities in our country is that the fans here are extraordinarily dedicated.  Perhaps the foundation of this dedication was laid years back when The University of Alabama football took D1 football by storm, more specifically, when the Bear took over in 1957.  Now is the chance to put that genetically breed dedication of your beloved high school sports programs to use.  This website permits discussion through the use of forums (just register in the top right corner) regarding the notable players, the plays they make, the championships, the rivalries, and everything in between. 

BamaSportsFan.com, part of The Sports Fan Network, publishes articles on the latest high school games and the local athletes.  The articles include game coverage, interviews, pictures, and videos.  The pictures are made available for purchase through SmugMug.  I encourage you to visit the first of the TSFN sites, DCSportsFan.com, to see this websites potential.   

The Tuscaloosa City schools to be covered are:
                Central High School
                Northridge High School
                Paul W. Bryant High School
                Oak Hill School
                Tuscaloosa Center for Technology


The Tuscaloosa Private schools to be covered are:
                American Christian Academy
                The Capitol School
                Holy Spirit High School
                Open Door Christian School
                Tuscaloosa Academy


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