SPRINGVILLE – In front of a jammed-packed, standing-room only crowd, the Springville Tigers almost made the comeback of a lifetime Tuesday against the Arab Knights in the Class 5A sub-regional basketball action.
PELL CITY -- Three Pell City High School student-athletes signed letters-of-intent to play football, and one signed to compete in football and track during a ceremony Wednesday coinciding with National Signing Day.
The Springville Tigers defeated Corner 53-47 in the opening round of the Class 5A, Area 11 tournament that was played at Mortimer Jordan.
Talladega High School’s boys basketball team defeated Lincoln 85-60 on Tuesday in the opening round of the Class 5A, Area 10 tournament at Central Clay County High School in Lineville.
After the Springville Tigers won the St. Clair County Basketball Tournament, they posted wins over Pell City, Glencoe and Locust Fork to end the regular season. The team is currently 23-5 on the season.
HOWELL’S COVE -- Winterboro High School’s girls basketball team routed Victory Christian 49-14 to open the Class 1A, Area 7 tournament at Talladega County Central High School on Monday night.
After spending the last two years as defensive coordinator at Ragland High School, Derrick Sewell is now the Purple Devils’ new head football coach. The move came after former head football coach Brian Alred decided to go back home to Glencoe.
Springville senior Mallory Nolen signed a softball scholarship to Emory University in Atlanta last week. What makes this so unique is Nolen has yet to play a single inning for the Lady Tigers. She is a transfer from Cleburne County High School where she was part of the varsity team the past …
Only three ninth-grade boys’ teams competed in the county tournament – Moody, Springville and St. Clair. After the Tigers defeated the Saints Friday, the championship game was set Saturday as Springville took on top-seeded Moody. The Tigers won the championship 59-27.
ODENVILLE – The most dramatic game of the St. Clair County Basketball Tournament was the varsity girls’ finals between Springville and Moody. The game wasn’t decided until overtime, with a 47-45 hard-fought victory by the Lady Tigers over the Lady Blue Devils.
The 2018 St. Clair County Jr. High Basketball Tournament was held recently at the Moody Jr. High School gym. Springville won the seventh-grade championship, defeating Odenville 41-40 in overtime. The Ashville girls beat Ragland 30-25 while the Ashville boys defeated Springville 52-48 to win …
The Springville Tigers seventh-grade boys won the 2018 St. Clair County basketball crown Saturday with a 41-40 overtime win over the Odenville Saints.
MOODY – After being held scoreless in the first quarter, the Ashville Lady Bulldogs scored 30 points during the next three quarters to earn a hard-fought 30-25 victory over the Ragland Lady Purple Devils in the championship game of the St. Clair County Jr. High Basketball Tournament.
MOODY – The Ashville Bulldogs won the St. Clair County Jr. High Basketball Tournament Monday, beating Springville 52-48 in the finals.
PELL CITY -- Victory Christian shortstop Destiny Nowlin signed a letter-of-intent to play softball for Judson College during a signing ceremony in the Lions’ auditorium Monday.
Participants can make a $50 donation to drive their personal vehicles around the track next Saturday, Feb. 3, as part of efforts to raise money for the speedway's latest outreach fund, “‘Dega Gives.”
Moody High School senior Alyssa Fowler and Ragland High School senior Taylor Seawright were awarded $500 scholarships by the St. Clair County Sports Hall of Fame last week.
ODENVILLE – The 14th annual St. Clair County Sports Hall of Fame banquet was held Saturday at the St. Clair County High School cafeteria.
Moody senior Bryce Lewis signed a baseball scholarship with Mississippi College on Friday. The Choctaws are a Division II, four-year college.
PELL CITY – The 1987-88 high school basketball season was special for the Pell City Lady Panthers, who ended that campaign with a state championship.