Robert Happoldt called the Heaven’s Way Biker Church a place of refuge for people.
Though only a sophomore, Northview’s Chase Parker had a goal to win a state title this season.
REHOBETH – It just wouldn’t be a Rehobeth-Charles Henderson baseball series without a ton of drama, and eventually, a ton of runs via extra-base hits.
Though Joe Nelson never relaxes too much with a lead, he does rest easier than most coaches once his team puts up a goal or two.
Enterprise and Auburn split their Class 7A first-round playoff games on Friday. Game 3 is scheduled for today at noon in Enterprise.
Houston Academy head coach Tony Kirkland didn’t feel his team played near to its potential Friday in its Class 2A second-round playoff series against city rival Providence Christian.
Midway through the first half with the game still scoreless, Northview coach Haley Williams couldn’t hold back the frustration.
Amy Woodham pitched a one-hit shutout with nine strikeouts over seven innings and added two hits, including a RBI triple, as Slocomb beat Opp 4-0.
After a five-hour rain delay, the Dothan boys and Northview girls tennis teams began competing Thursday at the Class 6A State Tournament in Mobile.
Eufaula High pitcher Laura Turchiano signed a softball scholarship to Alabama Southern on Thursday.
Early this month, rivals Houston Academy and Providence Christian met with the Raiders sweeping the Eagles in two games, including an 18-0 shellacking in the last game, to win the area title.
Abbeville basketball player Jasmine Griffin signed a scholarship with L.B. Wallace on Andalusia on Thursday.
Northside Methodist, the baseball team without a coach two weeks before the season and without a home field all year long, swept Springwood Academy in the AISA Class AA semifinals on Wednesday.
Two victories from Triple Crown history.
Houston Academy’s last two boys tennis players standing both lost championship matches Wednesday morning, but the Raiders still finished tied for third at the Class 1A-3A State Tournament in Montgomery.