"In the soccer sense, I would love to be like Julie Ertz because I think she is amazing. She is the best player out there. I would also like to be like my parents. They are in the medical field like I kind of want to be." 

The Moody High School Lady Blue Devils put together a three-game winning streak last week,  defeating Pell City 9-5, Leeds 14-4 and Springville 5-3, improving their record to 7-2-1. 

Mother Nature appears to be throwing a curve ball to area baseball teams, putting a rainy damper on local high school baseball and softball action. 

BIRMINGHAM — Despite a slow start, Zeke Gossett and Lucas Smith capitalized on a morning flurry that yielded a five-bass limit of 17 pounds, 4 ounces, which led the Jacksonville State University bass fishing team to victory in the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series presented by Bass Pro Shop…

Josh Phillips and the Ragland Purple Devils have high expectations this season on the diamond. After having a disappointing season in 2019, Ragland looks to return to its winning ways in 2020. The Purple Devils are currently 4-3 on the season and they will travel to take on Talladega today a…

If first you don’t succeed, try, try again, at least that’s the story for Moody High School sophomore Ryan Summerlin, who recently proved he was the best of the best at the Alabama High School Athletic Association Class 1-5A State Wrestling Championship. 

Moody High School sophomore Cory Land is a “three-timer,” and is on an amazing road to becoming a five-time state Class 1A-5A champion wrestler, after winning the 120-pound division of the 2020 AHSAA State Wrestling Championship.  

JACKSONVILLE – The Springville Tigers ended their season Wednesday as the Class 5A, Northeast Championship runner-ups after a disappointing 43-24 loss to the Center Point High School Eagles. 

JACKSONVILLE – It took skill, determination and a little lady luck, but the Springville Tigers beat the Guntersville Wildcats 66-53 in double-overtime in a Class 5A Northeast Regional Tournament semifinal at Pete Mathews Coliseum on Saturday.

 Ragland Purple Devils finished their season in front of their home crowd Tuesday night after Jacksonville Christian Academy upset the Purple Devils 73-63 in the Class 1A, Northeast Sub-Regional Tournament.