The Benjamin Russell football team defeated Cullman 20-14 in its spring game on Saturday morning. The Wildcats scored on their first two drives of the game before the team's reserves held on for the victory.
Hunters in Alabama can now hunt white-tailed deer (when in season) and feral pigs with the aid of bait on privately owned or leased lands if they have purchased and are in possession of an annual bait privilege license issued by the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (A…
The Renew Outreach Development (ROD) Center hosted its second annual Spring Fling Classic on Saturday with 30 travel basketball teams around the state traveling to Wetumpka for the youth basketball tournament. Since founding the organization in 2017, event director and Wetumpka native Ira Wa…
Whenever a team wins a championship, the expectations placed upon it grow higher when the next season rolls around. At the same time, some teams experience championship hangover, where the start of said next season sees the defending champion playing rather sluggishly, seemingly still coming…
For the 21st consecutive season, Alabama softball will play in the NCAA Tournament. The Crimson Tide earned a No. 8 national seed in this year’s field of 64 and will host Arizona State, Lipscomb and Alabama State this upcoming weekend in Tuscaloosa.
After finishing the first round of the Class 6A state tournament in second place, the Benjamin Russell golf team improved its overall score by one shot in the second round. However, it was not enough to hold on to the runner-up trophy. Homewood and Gulf Shores both jumped the Wildcats as the…
If you haven’t realized it by now, I exhausted my allotment of creativity about three years ago. If it weren’t for blatantly obvious current events and the constant rehashing of old ideas, my column would conspicuously resemble blank paper.
Usually when teams enter the postseason after taking on their area opponents, they’re facing somewhat of an unknown. They might be taking on a team they’ve vaguely heard about or even playing someone they’ve never met before.
I highly doubt any casual fan of SEC sports even knew Auburn University had a softball program prior to 2014. Tina Deese deserves a lot of credit for nurturing the program from infancy in 1997 until 2013, but the Tigers simply weren’t very good for the majority of those 17 years.
The Central Alabama Community College softball team entered the 2019 ACCC tournament as the No. 3 seed in the north division and came away with three victories before being eliminated by the eventual champions Sunday. The Trojans got big performances from Madison Huston at the plate and Ambe…
Benjamin Russell’s football team has a tradition of sending players to the AHSAA North-South All-Star Football Game, and Kobi Crabb is keeping that tradition going. For the third year in a row, the Wildcats will be represented on one of the biggest stages for Alabama football.
The pomp and circumstance surrounding the Kentucky Derby has always been unmatched. The pageantry, the mint julips, the history, the fascinators — it’s all a rich tapestry of wealth and tradition.
One turkey hunter was extremely grateful the Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (WFF) Law Enforcement Section has a K9 unit, although there is little public awareness of this enforcement asset.
Central Alabama Community College golf coach Dave Jennings has been a Hall of Famer for nearly a decade. In 2010, he was inducted into the NJCAA Golf Hall of Fame and in 2013, he earned a spot in the Golf Coaches Association of America Hall of Fame.
From the opening pitch of Friday’s Class 6A quarterfinal, it looked like Benjamin Russell’s baseball team was going to the ride the momentum of the walk-off win from a night prior.
We’ve all heard the warnings about social media postings before. Whatever is posted on the internet stays there forever. You can never truly delete something. Those posts can follow you forever.
Entering Friday night’s Class 6A quarterfinal at Pelham, the Benjamin Russell boys soccer team knew it had already accomplished one of the best seasons in program’s history. However, that did not make it any easier to swallow the 7-2 defeat after the Panthers scored five second half goals to…
Fighting for their playoff lives, the Benjamin Russell Wildcats set up the textbook definition of what a baseball team would want in the bottom of the ninth inning.
At this point in the season, any team Benjamin Russell’s boys soccer team plays is going to be a handful. That’s not going to change tonight when the Wildcats visit Pelham, which has proven to be a tough team all season.
There has never been a perfect example of how to put together a postseason in any sport. Everyone has his or her own solution on how to fix it but there will always be people who will find holes in a playoff format.
The first three times Benjamin Russell met Opelika on the softball diamond, the Wildcats came out on top but all three were fairly competitive games. Wednesday was a completely different story.
For the first time since 2002, Benjamin Russell’s baseball team is in the quarterfinals. And for the first time in coach Richy Brooks’ 27-year tenure, the Wildcats will meet Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa on the diamond.
After leading by a run for the first three innings, Dadeville’s softball team let things get away from it in the Class 3A Area 7 tournament against Randolph County on Wednesday. Randolph County scored seven runs in the bottom of the fourth and held on for an 8-4 victory.
Opelika seemed to get the best of Benjamin Russell’s softball team, especially early on. The Bulldogs put three runs on the board before BRHS could even blink.