Eight Wiregrass AISA high school football players, including two from Northside Methodist Academy, will compete Friday night in the AISA All-Star game in Montgomery.
The All-star game features seniors on AISA teams paired up on east and west teams for the game, which is at 6:30 p.m. at Cramton Bowl.
The Northside Methodist players are running back Chase Swain and defensive end Tres Weeks, who will play for the West all-stars in the game.
Also on the West team are Pike Liberal Arts wide receiver/defensive back Davis Allen, running back/linebacker Chip Faircloth and offensive/defensive lineman Ja’Quavian Johnson.
Three Lakeside School players on the East team — wide receiver/defensive back Jacari Richardson, quarterback Auston Welsh and offensive lineman Joshua Dismukes.
Lakeside head coach Josh McConnell is one of the East coaches, while Pike Liberal Arts head coach Gene Allen is the West administrative coach.
Golf Reed builds 3-shot lead in Bahamas as Tiger rallies
NASSAU, Bahamas — A tropical breeze replaced the raging wind and made golf a lot easier for Patrick Reed, Tiger Woods and just about everyone else Thursday in the Hero World Challenge.
Reed took advantage of the back nine at Albany Golf Club for the second straight day. He was tied for the lead until making six birdies over his last 10 holes for a 6-under 66 that gave him a three-shot lead over U.S. Open champion Gary Woodland.
Reed was at 12-under 132.
Woods, playing for the first time since he won in Japan for his record-tying 82nd career victory on the PGA Tour, kept a clean card to match Reed’s 66 and remain six shots behind. Unlike the opening round, when Woods started poorly and ended even worse to wipe out a good back nine, he played bogey-free and made up ground on the back nine.