ODENVILLE – The five newest members of the St. Clair County Sports Hall of Fame were inducted Saturday at the 15th annual banquet held in their honor.
The Victory Christian Lady Lions have won back-to-back games as they posted one-point victories over Fayetteville, 31-30, and ASD, 49-48, in overtime.
The Victory Christian Lions fell short in their quest to follow up their first win of the season with another, instead losing to Alabama School for the Deaf 50-45 on Thursday.
Pell City High School’s boys basketball team came out on the short end of back-to-back matchups against county foes – the Springville Tigers and St. Clair County Saints.
The Ashville Lady Bulldogs won their inaugural Holiday of Hoops Tournament recently. They defeated Leeds in the championship game 43-32.
The Ragland Purple Devils won the Jacksonville Christian Christmas Tournament recently, beating Valley Head and JCA. With the two wins, Ragland improved to 10-6 on the season.
MOODY – Elisabeth Boso signed a softball scholarship with Coastal Alabama Community College in Monroeville last week.
The Springville Tigers improved to 8-0 on the season following wins over St. Clair County High School and Center Point last week. The Tigers defeated the Saints 59-50 on the road and Center Point 51-39 at home. Springville had to overcome a halftime deficit in both games.
The Springville Lady Tigers got off to slow starts in the two games last week – one, they fought back to win, and the other, they lost in triple overtime.
The Ashville Lady Bulldogs have put together a three-game winning streak and are now 4-5 on the season. The three wins were against West End, Ragland and Good Hope.
The Ragland Purple Devils are now 5-4 on the season after posting wins over Ashville and Talladega County Central. The lone loss this past week was against Ohatchee.
Mary Denman Luker was selected The Daily Home Player of the Week after leading the Pell City High School girls basketball team to a 2-0 record over the last seven days.
Isbell said Pell City Schools Superintendent Dr. Michael Barber and PCHS Principal Dr. Tony Dowdy have given him the opportunity to coach and teach with his son, Andy.
Springville senior Brandon Daniels signed a baseball scholarship last week to Division II Lee University in Cleveland, Tenn. Daniels is the 17-year-old son of Craig and Kelley Daniels of Springville.
Springville senior Chase Isbell signed a baseball scholarship with Samford University last week. He is the 18-year-old son of Cameron and Lisa Isbell of Ashville.
Springville senior Brant Brown signed a baseball scholarship last week with the University of North Alabama. Brown is the 18-year-old son of Josh and Tonya Smith of Springville.