HOWELL COVE — Faith Johnson signed an academic scholarship and committed to play basketball at Huntingdon College in Montgomery.
The Choccolocco Monsters’ inaugural season kicks off with a road exhibition on Saturday afternoon, but general manager Scott Brand already has dreams that extend far past the home exhibition on Wednesday, June 1.
The two schools made a joint public announcement Friday. The Gamecocks will travel to Statesboro, Ga., on Sept. 13, 2025, and the Eagles will play at JSU Stadium on Sept. 19, 2026.
Des Moines Area College out of Iowa has the top two home run hitters in NJCAA Division II in two freshmen, Emma Dighton and Kendal Clark. Both players entered the tournament with 27 home runs. Their DMACC team is in Oxford competing for a crown.
The Talladega County Board of Education honored the 2022 scholar athletes of the year during its regularly scheduled meeting Monday evening.
OXFORD — The last time Pell City's starting pitcher Katlyan Dulaney and the rest of her senior teammates left the state tournament, they were freshman and had finished in what was then a program-best sixth place.
OXFORD — For the second week in a row, the Panthers proved they can handle having their backs against the wall. In fact, Pell City might need that pressure to put its best foot forward.
Fayetteville High School’s softball team season came to an end on Friday morning. The Wolves fell to Luverne 14-4 in five innings in the Class 2A Central Regional Tournament in Montgomery.
"I see in their eyes how bad it hurts," JSU coach Jim Case said after addressing his team, "and it does hurt when you scratch and claw, and you're that much into a game for that period of time and you come out on the bottom, it hurts."
Top-seeded Murray State shut out second-seeded Belmont 1-0 on Friday in the Ohio Valley Conference softball tournament, which advances the Racers to Saturday's championship round. To win it all, they'll have to beat Belmont again.
ALBERTVILLE — Ragland trailed Woodland by five runs when the seventh inning began, but with the top of the lineup up next, it was easy to believe anything was possible.
ALBERTVILLE — Pell City’s start at the Class 6A East Regional couldn’t have been much worse. The Panthers dropped their opener 2-1 to Chelsea after at least 10 Panthers ended up stranded on base.
ALBERTVILLE — Pell City was on the wrong side of two outs early in the second inning, but the Panthers managed to score five runs any way to secure a 5-1 win over Shades Valley in the first elimination game of the Class 6A East Regional on Tuesday afternoon.
ALBERTVILLE—Madison McGowen kept Childersburg's postseason hopes alive on Tuesday. The junior recorded three RBIs while only allowing two hits in Childersburg’s 4-2 win over Sylvania in the first elimination game of the Class 3A East Regional Tournament.
JACKSONVILLE — Auburn outfielder Kason Howell took flight April 26 to rob a would-be home run hit at least three feet over the fence at Jacksonville State.
JACKSONVILLE — On Monday, Jacksonville State sophomore Berta Sanchez will become the second Gamecock to compete in an NCAA Women's Regional as an individual.
Winterboro’s Troy McKinney dominated the Class 1A state track and field meet in Cullman on Saturday. McKinney came into the meet looking to win all four of his events and that is what he did.
Sylacauga goalkeeper Sydney Ezekiel saved her best performance for the final game of her career, but it wasn’t enough as the Aggies fell to John Carroll 2-0 in the second round of the Class 4A-5A girls soccer playoffs on Tuesday.
Fayetteville is headed to the Class 2A baseball quarterfinals after beating Clarke County 11-9 on Saturday. The Wolves will play at Ariton next week, with the first game set for Friday at 4:30 p.m.
RAGLAND — Ragland’s lone senior, Owen Schall, stood tall throughout Friday afternoon, striking out eight of 30 Lindsay Lane Christian batters in game two of the second round of the Class 1A playoffs as he fought to extend the Purple Devils’ season by at least one more day.
Lincoln used a dominant defensive performance to defeat Moody 2-0 in the first round of the Class 4A-5A girls soccer playoffs Thursday.
For the second consecutive week, Piedmont got two stellar pitching performances and swept the Bulldogs’ Class 3A baseball playoffs series.