Alabama Week 10 Review
The Crimson Tide finished the regular season with a shutout win over Vanderbilt, and the Tide entered this week’s SEC Tournament as the 11 seed. In the opening game of the tournament, Alabama defeated sixth seeded Ole Miss 6-1, eliminating the Rebels. On the second day of the tournament, Alabama lost to Texas A&M 4-3. Alabama’sRead more »
Courtesy of Birmingham Southern College
After a standout career on the diamond and in the classroom over the past four years at Birmingham-Southern College, 2010 Westbrook Christian graduate Jacob Mayfield was recently honored by the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame with its inaugural Scholar-Athlete Award.
Mayfield, who will receive a $3,000 scholarship toward his post-graduate work, plans toRead more »
By Shannon J. Allen/Sand Mountain Reporter
Sardis High School senior Allie Jones was an eighth-grader when she dedicated herself to becoming a college caliber basketball player.
Jones’ time and effort paid off on April 30 when she signed to play for Snead State Community College in Boaz.
“I always wanted to play college softball, but inRead more »
By Chris McCarthy/Editor
Mike Goodson/Sports Correspondent
The Southside High softball team‘s impressive postseason run ended one run short of the Class 6A state championship on Saturday (May 16) in Montgomery.
After battling back through the playback bracket to reach the title game, the Lady Panthers (42-7) posted a 5-4 eight-inning victory over Wetumpka.
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By Mike Goodson/Sports Correspondent
Gaston High made a quick exit in the Class 2A AHSAA state softball tournament on Friday (May 15).
The Lady Bulldogs dropped a 10-0 decision to Goshen, then lost 15-0 to G.W. Long at Lagoon Park in Montgomery.
Goshen25-19-2) took an early 5-0 lead after three innings and was never threatened thereafter. The big hitRead more »