HUNTSVILLE — Alexus Jimmerson drove in four runs and Anna Chisolm scored four in an 8-0 mercy-rule win for the Jacksonville State softball team over Alabama A&M on Wednesday afternoon.
It was apparent at the end of the Northeast Regional, and this past weekend’s release of the Alabama Sports Writers Association’s All-State basketball teams confirmed it.
The trio of players that keyed Sacred Heart’s boys’ basketball program to three consecutive state titles are enjoying a nice ride together, well after their last games together.
OXFORD — The Oxford baseball team opened Class 6A, Area 13 play Tuesday, topping rival Pell City 1-0, and the Yellow Jackets’ Jarin Turner had a big say in the result.
WHITE PLAINS — Tuesday afternoon, White Plains and Spring Garden played a non-area game at the youth complex in White Plains, because repairs are in progress to the high school fields.
AUBURN — Everything might be bigger in Texas but for three key natives of the state on the Auburn roster, the hope is where they’re at now is better.
OXFORD — For most of No. 2-ranked Oxford’s 6-2 win over No. 4 Gardendale on Monday evening, the game looked less like a matchup between two top-five Class 6A teams and more like a normal game for the Yellow Jackets.
At Choccolocco Park in Oxford’s Spring Sting tournament, Oxford finished second after winning three of four games Saturday.
KENNESAW, Ga. — Jacksonville State split a pair of softball games at Kennesaw State on Saturday, winning the opener 15-5 and losing the second game 4-3 when a comeback fell short.
OXFORD — Colton Pate pitched the game of a lifetime, and it couldn’t have come at a better time for Jacksonville State.
Either Ty Cole or Gary Wigington has been player of the year for the last five years in Calhoun County. It was only a matter of time before the duo starting teaming up in two-man events and they did just that last weekend. The duo won the Calhoun County Two-Man Championship played at Silver Lakes.