Robert E Lee Boys Varsity Football

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leegeneralsathletics.com First to Get the Scoop: Henry Ruggs III Makes the Tough Decision

Alright folks, the leegeneralsathletics.com website has received it’s first scoop in a year of covering our athletic programs.  As everyone knows we have had the privilege of watching one of the most exciting athletes in the country every week on the football field.  After sitting out two years of football Henry Ruggs III decided to

No Surprise in Enterprise – Lee Penalized 25% of Their Plays – Lose 31 – 26

Whatever the coaches told the defense at halftime finally hit home.  Although I have a strong feeling what the message was (trust me ninety percent of our readers would completely understand the talk but to some it might not be PC) the youngsters finally got it.  The words were those our student-athletes understand completely, not

Generals First Trip Outside the City Ends with a Thud – PC 59 – Lee 28

As I have told you before, I was always told if you have nothing good to say then say nothing at all.  Unfortunately I don’t always listen well.  The bus trip was nice…very quiet on the way home.  Tedarrian Murray had the best night punting that Lee has had in probably a decade.  Eight punts

Lee’s City Championship Recognized with Trophy Presentation

Wednesday all Lee Generals football players were summonsed to the school lobby.  Upon their arrival was the presentation of the City Championship trophy earned by the 2016 City Champions.  Teams can talk of the “summer grind”, sweat, and occasional doubt that all athletes feel.  But only one can say they overcame and succeeded.  Congratulations to

Ruggs III Gets All-star Nod Heading Into Homecoming Game

It was announced earlier this week that Henry Ruggs III was the only General player worthy of nomination to play in the Alabama – Mississippi All-star game in December.  Ruggs III has been courted by almost every major college from coast to coast over the past year after picking football back up his junior year.

Good Things Come to Those Who Wait – Marquis “Bubba” Johnson MA Player of the Week

Lee has played six games this year and received four the Montgomery Advertiser Player of the Week awards.  Up to this point Mike Huntley as hogged the award winning three in the Generals first five games.  While Huntley has received noticed for his passing and running, somebody had to be on the other end of

Six and the City

You know there is talking to just talk and then there is speaking of what was actually seen, heartfelt, and honest.  A week ago the Lee Generals deserved to lose to a team that they felt they should have dominated.  As Jeff Davis apparently knows, it was written here first that Lee lost literally every

WELL – Sometimes the Ugly Guy Gets the Pretty Girl – Lee Beats Carver UGLY 46 – 41

Lee lost the kicking game, big time.  Lee lost the defensive game, big time.  Lee lost the offensive game by a bit.  Lee had enough laundry (yellow flags) thrown at them to sew together an impressive comforter.  Despite playing possibly the ugliest full game they have played in over a year, they ended up with

Huntley, Jr. Remains Hot as…Well He’s on Fire – Generals 49 – Prattville 35

There was never a question prior to the season that Lee’s receiving group was loaded and deep.  However, there were multiple people wondering who would get the ball to the receivers.  For the third week in a row Mike Huntley, Jr. has answered that question emphatically.  In leading Lee to a 49 – 35 victory

The Ruggs Road Show Hits Cramton Bowl

Little Ruggs, big Ruggs.  Old Ruggs, young Ruggs.  Henry Ruggs III, Kevontae Ruggs.  Anyway you “cut” it the Ruggs were all over the field; one rush, one pass for a touchdown, eight receptions for 127 yards and two touchdowns, five tackles, one for a loss, and an interception.  They would be the first to tell