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The coronoavirus has affected the sports world in a way it hasn’t seen since the Spanish Flu 100 years ago. Baseball has been postponed while basketball might be canceled altogether.
How the postponement of spring sports has affected spring sport athletes due to the coronavirus has been a major focus, and rightfully so.
With so many people looking for something to do but do safely during the coronavirus outbreak, local golf courses are taking extra precautions to provide an outlet for residents.
While Gov. Kay Ivey and Dr. Scott Harris, chair of the governor’s COVID-19 task force, work hard alongside other state, national and private enterprise leaders to mitigate the effects of the novel coronavirus and bring its spread to a conclusion, it is important people maintain the social di…
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The sports world has come to a screeching halt so co-hosts Lizi and Caleb dive into what this means for high school athletics. They discuss their initial reactions to the news plus what coaches are saying about the AHSAA's hiatus of at least 2.5 weeks.
The sports world has come to a screeching halt so co-hosts Lizi and Caleb dive into what this means for high school athletics. They discuss their initial reactions to the news plus what coaches are saying about the AHSAA's hiatus of at least 2.5 weeks. Reach out to the podcast with your thou…
It’s not just sports games and events that’ve been put on hold by the AHSAA due to the coronavirus outbreak; it’s also practices that’ve been disallowed.
Friday, Benjamin Russell senior Sarah Rogers signed her National Letter of Intent to continue her volleyball career at University of Mobile, an NAIA program, next year.
The Fishing League Worldwide (FLW) announced the Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit event at Lake Martin has been shifted and will now begin competition today, according to a release from FLW on Tuesday. The event, which is hosted by the Alexander City Chamber of Commerce, was originally scheduled…
With so much unknown after the halt of high school sports through at least April 6 due to the coronavirus outbreak, many people are still extremely hopeful seniors across the state will get a chance to finish out their final year.
Central Coosa’s Noel Jones was the only local named to the Alabama Sports Writers Association boys basketball all-state teams, which were released this weekend.
Benjamin Russell used a four-run third inning to get past Opelika on Thursday as the Wildcats improved to 2-0 in Class 6A Area 6 softball play. Chloe Davis had a three-run single in the third to put Benjamin Russell ahead and it never looked back.
After Governor Kay Ivey announced shutdown of schools beginning March 19, the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) quickly responded by announcing a suspension of all athletic events at the end of the day Tuesday, March 17.
After a 2.5-hour executive session Thursday afternoon, Tallapoosa County Board of Education superintendent Joe Windle announced there would be no recommendation for a Dadeville football coach.
With a senior-laden baseball team, Central Coosa knew it could make a lot of strides this year. However, the Cougars have gotten off to a great start, already matching their win total from a season ago despite playing just a handful of games.
Consistency has been an issue for Benjamin Russell’s baseball team but Tuesday night, the Wildcats put together one of their most complete efforts and earned a 10-6 victory over Chilton County.
Dadeville’s track and field team finally kicked off Saturday and Skye Foster picked up right where she left off last season by earning two strong finishes at the Paul Bryant Invitational.
Fifteen hits were more than enough for Benjamin Russell to take down Russell County on Tuesday night and kick off softball action in Class 6A Area 6 in the right way. The Wildcats scored at least two runs in all but one inning and it resulted in a 13-1 victory in just five innings.
For the past few years, Class 5A teams and wrestlers have dominated the state wrestling championships in the 1A-5A division.
One of the biggest goals of the AHSAA has always been to grow high school sports throughout the state. And with every seemingly tough decision usually comes a silver lining.