A pair of St. Clair County boaters finished in the Top 5 of the T-H Marine FLW Bass Fishing League (BFL) Bama Division tournament on Lake Neely Henry on Monday.
Pell City multisport standout Mary Denman Luker will take her talents to Montgomery as part of the North girls soccer team during the Alabama High School Athletic Association’s All-Star Week that begins Monday.
One of Casey Mize’s biggest fans is Grant Caswell. Mize recently signed an MLB contract with the Detroit Tigers. After playing high school baseball for the Springville Tigers, Mize went on to play for the Auburn Tigers. Caswell, who graduated in 2016, a year after Mize graduated, knew every …
LINCOLN -- The Lincoln High School football team welcomed eight squads from the Southeast to the inaugural All-Access Football camp Monday and Tuesday.
When it comes to the dangers of heat stroke, heat exhaustion and other ailments brought on by exposure to the outdoors, Sylacauga head coach Matt Griffith said preparation remains key.
Springville native Casey Mize was selected by the Detroit Tigers as the overall first pick in the Major League Baseball draft Monday.
RAGLAND – Senior MaKenley Oliver signed a softball scholarship to Snead State Community College last week. The two-year college is in Boaz.
MONTGOMERY – The Springville Lady Tigers made history last week, becoming the first softball team in St. Clair County to win four straight state championships.
MONTGOMERY – The Class 5A state softball championship is now down to four teams, and two of the four teams are Moody and Springville.
PELL CITY -- Pell City High School’s football team will play its spring game in two separate halves against Montevallo at 6:20 p.m. and Munford at 7:40 on Saturday at Munford Stadium.
MONTGOMERY – The Springville Lady Tigers and Moody Lady Blue Devils have advanced to the second round of the state playoffs. With Springville’s 3-0 win over Alexandria and Moody’s 4-3 come-from-behind win over Faith Christian, the two St. Clair County teams play each other at 3:30 p.m. today.
The Pell City High School boys soccer team fell to No. 2-ranked Fort Payne 7-0 in a Class 6A semifinal at John Hunt Park in Huntsville on Friday. Pell City finished the season 13-6-2.
Springville, Moody and Ragland are still in the hunt for a state softball title as they are battling in their respective regional tournaments.
Pell City High’s boys soccer team takes on Fort Payne this morning at 11 in the Class 6A semifinals at John Hunt Park in Huntsville.