By Chris McCarthy/Editor
When your opponent is so far behind that the game clock is kept running during the fourth quarter, you’ve had a successful night in high school basketball.
Such was the case at Gadsden City High on Tuesday (Nov. 10), as both the boys and girls teams cruised to easy victories over Pell City in Class 6A,Read more »
By Paul Beaudry/For ASWA
In a season that saw 13 opponents fail to come within a touchdown of Hoover in 15 games, it should be no surprise that the Bucs dominated the third annual Alabama Sports Writers Association Super 25 poll.
For the second time in as many years, Hoover was named the No. 1 team in the stateRead more »
Iron Bowl recap
In the 78th edition of the Iron Bowl, the Auburn Tigers won in one of the most spectacular endings in the history of college football on The Plains. With the game tied at 28, Alabama’s T.J. Yeldon stepped out of bounds seemingly as time expired. However, officials put one second back on the clock for the Crimson Tide.Read more »
By Matthew Martin /Sports Correspondent
Gadsden State women’s basketball team won more than 20 games a season ago and came within a few minutes from defeating Shelton State, which went on to win the region tournament and qualify for nationals.
Shelton State is one of the favorites to win the conference title again, while the Lady Cardinals lost several players to graduationRead more »
Former Etowah High School football star Derrick Nix recently was inducted into the University of Southern Mississippi M-Club Alumni Association Sports Hall of Fame.
The son of Rev. and Mrs. Preston Nix of Attalla, Derrick played football at Etowah High School, where he earned All-County honors as a Blue Devil running back. He currently is in his fourth year as anRead more »