2014 Hokes Bluff High graduate and Purdue University incoming sophomore Isaac Haas (left) recently received an invitation to try out for the 2015 U.S. Pan American Games men’s basketball team. (Courtesy of purduesports.com)2014 Hokes Bluff High graduate and Purdue University incoming sophomore Isaac Haas (left) recently received an invitation to try out for the 2015 U.S. Pan American Games men’s basketball team. (Courtesy of purduesports.com)

Former Eagle Haas to try out for U.S. Pan Am basketball roster

By Chris McCarthy/Editor

2014 Hokes Bluff High graduate and Purdue University incoming sophomore Isaac Haas is of one of 16 players collegiate players selected by USA Basketball to receive an invitation to take part in the 2015 U.S. Pan American Games men’s basketball team training camp. The camp is used to select the 12 players who will represent the

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Following a season at Troy, former Gadsden State basketball standout Lacey Buchanon has transferred to Jacksonville State. Following a season at Troy, former Gadsden State basketball standout Lacey Buchanon has transferred to Jacksonville State.

Former GSCC standout to play for Jacksonville State

The Jacksonville State University women’s basketball team has added a local player to the Gamecock program, as former Gadsden State standout Lacey Buchanon recently transferred from Troy.

A 5-3 guard, Buchanon helped the 2014-15 Lady Trojans to a 20-win season. Before playing for Troy, Buchanon spent her first two seasons on the collegiate level at Gadsden State, where she

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By Cole FrederickBy Cole Frederick

In & around the SEC

The Southeastern Conference is consistently the best overall collegiate league in several sports. Football receives the most attention - it’s the most popular sport in the country - but the league is also the strongest conference in baseball, softball, gymnastics and golf.

The one sport where the SEC struggles to produce on a national level on a yearly basis

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2015 Etowah High graduate and incoming Gadsden State freshman Madison Bishop will play for the Lady Cardinal softball team this coming season. 2015 Etowah High graduate and incoming Gadsden State freshman Madison Bishop will play for the Lady Cardinal softball team this coming season.

Gadsden State softball replenishes roster

By Chris McCarthy/Editor

With only one sophomore on the roster this past spring, Scott Sanderson knew that his first season as Gadsden State softball coach would be a learning experience for both he and his players.

Most of the dust from the Lady Cardinals’ 14-39 season (7-17 in conference play) has settled, and Sanderson spent the past few months

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By Cole FrederickBy Cole Frederick

In & around SEC baseball

The University of Virginia defeated Vanderbilt, 4-2, in the finals of the College World Series on Wednesday (June 24) for the first baseball national championship in school history. 

The Cavaliers avenged last season’s loss to the Commodores in the finals.

Despite reaching the championship series last year, this version of the Cavaliers had limited expectations entering this season. 

Vanderbilt

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