Ryne Gallacher was hired as a sports writer for Tallapoosa Publishers Inc. last week.
A hard worker and top Central Alabama Community College golfer, Alexander City native Dylan Moncus earned the Srixon/Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar Award.
Central Alabama Community College was recently awarded a Facility Recovery Grant from the United States Tennis Association (USTA) in the amount of $3,500 to assist with the reopening of the Cal Alison Tennis Complex on the Alexander City campus.
Being well known across the state is an accomplishment in and of itself. But throughout this week in history, locals were making names for themselves on national and even international levels.
Central Alabama Community College has become known around the nation for its golf team; the Trojans have won multiple national championships on the links.
The end of a season is good for two reasons. The first is teams are typically vying for state — or in some cases national — championships, and the other is those who have put in a ton of hard work start to be recognized.
The best part about the typical spring sports season is there’s so much to go around. Youth teams are usually starting up while high school and college squads are gearing up for potential playoff runs. Plus, spring football is in full swing, so there’s plenty of sports to choose from.
Despite the NJCAA season being cut short, golf organizations around the country still wanted to give honors to players based on what they had already accomplished.
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There’s only one game left in the regular season, and it’s one of the most anticipated of the year. An even bigger excitement surrounds tonight’s Benjamin Russell versus Central Coosa boys basketball game as the Wildcats’ new coach Jeremy Freeman ushers in his old team for the first time.
A handful of starters are returning for Central Alabama Community College’s baseball team, and they’ll be complemented well by the incoming freshmen. That’s made for high expectations for the Trojans, who begin the season Friday at home against Gordon College.
With the graduation of Amber Parker and Sierra Easterwood from last year’s squad, Central Alabama Community College’s softball team knew it was going to be in desperate need of some top pitchers this season.
Former Benjamin Russell and current Central Alabama Community College golfer Dylan Moncus, seated center, officially signed his National Letter of Intent to play at Samford University next year.
When student-athletes elect to attend a two-year school before heading to the four-year college of their choice, it’s typically to try to get them to the next level. Many think an extra two years at a junior college could get eventually get them to the Division I level.
Coming off a national championship but also graduating quite a few players, the expectations for Central Alabama Community College’s men’s golf team were uncertain. But they’re starting to build rather quickly as the Trojans have won back-to-back tournaments to start the fall season.
It was a gutsy effort for both teams, but Reeltown’s volleyball team earned a five-set victory over B.B. Comer to start the season Monday night.
Central Alabama Community College golf coach Dave Jennings and his team were honored at Monday’s Alexander City City Council meeting by a proclamation recognizing their recent NJCAA Division I national championship.
Halfway through the NJCAA Division I Golf National Championships last week, Central Alabama Community College wasn’t doing so well. Although the Trojans had shot lights out with rounds of 6 under and 7 under the first two days, they were sitting in just fourth place and were trailing leader …
Three Central Alabama Community College women’s tennis players signed with four-year programs last week. Kristina LaBoone signed with Huntingdon College while Morgan Bishop and Olivia Hayes signed with the University of West Alabama.
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…
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.
After putting up six runs in the top of the first inning, Benjamin Russell’s softball team kept the pedal to the metal and dominated Dadeville, 13-3, on Friday to end both teams’ regular seasons. The Wildcats racked up 16 hits in the victory.
Benjamin Russell’s boys golf team wrapped up its regular season of match play Tuesday with a match against Phenix City. The Wildcats pulled out a 149-154 victory to end their season 11-0.
Against a tough slate of competition, Benjamin Russell’s softball team picked up one victory at the Cougar Classic Invitational this weekend. After suffering an 11-1 loss at the hands of Daphne on Friday afternoon, the Wildcats responded extremely well, earning a 12-6 defeat of Northview.
Bella Studdard was on her A-game for Reeltown’s softball team Wednesday afternoon, as she no-hit LaFayette en route to a 21-1 victory in a three-inning area game.
It took everything Central Alabama Community College’s softball team had to take down Marion Military Institute on Tuesday afternoon in a pair of one-run games. The Trojans won the opener, 3-2, before narrowly securing a 1-0 victory in Game 2.
Despite losing a pair of games at the Alex Wilcox Memorial Tournament in Lagoon Park this weekend, Reeltown’s softball team did get a thrilling victory over Beauregard on Friday afternoon.
Central Alabama had a knife pressed to its throat in the ninth inning and escaped, then Luis Deleon wedged an opposite-field single in the bottom of the 10th to bring in the winning run as the Trojans rallied to defeat Calhoun 5-4 Thursday and sweep a doubleheader.
Despite hitting a two-run home run in the opener against Snead State Thursday, the latter stages of the game weren’t going well for Central Alabama’s Pearl Huff.
Donald Stokes’ walk-off sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth inning was the picture-perfect ending to Saturday’s doubleheader for Central Alabama Community College’s baseball team, which swept Bevill State.
A pair of tough losses didn’t stop Central Alabama Community College’s softball team from having a strong run at the NFCA Leadoff Classic in Columbus, Georgia, this weekend.
After having been out of commission for more than a week due to rainy weather, Central Alabama Community College finally hit the softball diamond again Monday but suffered a sweep against the Chipola Indians, 7-2 and 16-7.
After a pair of losses, Central Alabama Community College’s baseball team was looking to get back on the winning side of things, and it did just that with three consecutive victories over Andrew College on Tuesday and Wednesday.