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Carver-Birmingham 6, Hueytown 4: Jamie Meridian’s two goals lead Rams

Jamie Meridian scored two goals to lead Carver-Birmingham to a 6-4 victory at Hueytown. The Rams (2-2-1) built a 4-2 halftime lead and held off the Golden Gophers in the second half. Jacqueline Cruz had a goal and two assists for Carver. Tadashia Patterson and also scored a goal. Carver goalkeeper Brittany Maddox had four

Carver-Birmingham 10, Parker 0: Allan Garcia-Lopez scores five goals

Allan Garcia-Lopez scored five goals and had three assists to lead host Carver-Birminghamover Parker 10-0. Angel Reyes added two goals and two assists for the Rams (3-0) while Corey Toles had two goals and Mayco Heredia had a goal. Keeper Angel Olascoaga had two saves in the shutout victory.    

Carver Lady Rams Play Ramsay Tonight In State Sub-Regional Game

Come support your Carver lady rams as they look to advance to Hanceville for the Quarter finals of the state playoffs!  The game will be tonight at Carver vs. Ramsay.  Tickets are $6.00 and the game will start at 7:00 P.M. Go Rams!

Carver Lady Rams win their FIRST ever Area Tournament Championship

Carver defeated Parker 37-36 to earn a #1 seed in the Sub-regional game against Ramsay on Monday night. Paris Parker made two free throws with five seconds remaining to lift Carver-Birmingham to a 37-36 win over Parker in the finals of the Class 5A, Area 10 tournament. Parker and Journey Jones each scored 13 points

Jackson-Olin 73, Carver-Birmingham 45: Bridges, Scruggs lead Mustangs over Rams

Nate Bridges scored 24 points, and Dee’Niyjal Scruggs had 12 points, 15 rebounds and 11 blocks in leading Jackson-Olin to a 73-45 win over Carver-Birmingham at the Kings of the Court Showcase in Birmingham. The Mustangs (14-7) took a 26-9 lead at the end of the first quarter and led 45-24 at the half. Kiren

Carver-Birmingham 67, Midfield 45: Rams shut down Patriots

Carver-Birmingham jumped out to a fast double-digit lead and never looked back, defeating Midfield 67-45 in the MLK Classic at Carver. The Rams (15-9) took a 22-11 lead after the first quarter and used a stifling press to force 18 turnovers. Journey Jones scored 16 points, 11 of them in the first half, to lead

Three Rams Are Named to the 5A All-State Team

Justin Perdue and Tadarrius Patterson were named to the First Team 5A All-State Team, while Kevin McDaniel was named to the 2nd Team 5A All State Team.  Justin Perdue also made First Team All Super State which combines all of the all stars from each classification.  Kevin and Justin also made the second All Birmingham Metro