Central Alabama Community College’s baseball team came through in the clutch in the first game of a doubleheader with Bishop State on Monday. After being tied heading into extra innings, the Trojans exploded for five runs in the top of the 10th then held off Bishop State for a 5-2 victory. All five of CACC’s runs came with two outs.
Central Alabama Community College’s softball team reeled off another victory at the Visit Dothan Invitational this weekend. Although the Trojans were defeated by Salt Lake Community College, 8-2, they picked up victories over Chattanooga State, 5-4; College of Southern Idaho, 8-3; and Thomas…
Reeltown’s girls basketball team headed into the Class 2A Area 8 with all kinds of momentum after ending the regular season with a victory over Beulah on Friday night.
Getting off to a good start is an understatement for what Central Alabama Community College’s softball team did Thursday afternoon. The Trojans demolished Andrew College to the tune of 18-0 and 16-11 in their season-opening doubleheader.
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.
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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.
Central Alabama Community College’s baseball team got back to its winning ways with a pair of big victories Monday afternoon against Point University. The Trojans won, 13-3 and 11-3.
After a loss earlier in the day, Amber Parker was unstoppable for Central Alabama Community College’s softball team on Friday in the Sun Chief Classic at Gulf Shores.
Now on an 11-game winning streak, Central Alabama Community College’s softball squad picked up two more victories on Wednesday evening, taking down Coastal Alabama North, 10-2 and 4-3.
With another pair of wins Saturday afternoon, Central Alabama Community College’s softball team went 4-0 at the FPU Classic in Dothan. On Saturday, the Trojans picked up a pair of dominating wins, defeating the Highlanders, 10-2, and Fayetteville Tech, 12-2.
After winning a Thursday afternoon clash with Coastal Alabama South, Central Alabama Community College’s luck ran out in a baseball doubleheader Friday afternoon. The Trojans lost, 10-4 and 11-4, on Friday at home.
Central Alabama Community College’s softball pitchers couldn’t be denied Wednesday afternoon in a sweep of Coastal Alabama East. The Trojans combined to allow just four hits in the pair of victories as they picked up a 4-0 defeat in Game 1 then followed it with a 9-1 win in the nightcap.
Benjamin Russell’s softball team got its first taste of action Saturday at its annual umpires clinic in Montgomery. The Wildcats took on three teams and came out of the day 2-1.
With a young roster in 2018, it turned out to be an up-and-down season for Central Alabama Community College’s baseball team. But the Trojans have matured since then and have a lot more sophomores on the roster, so they’re hoping to find more leadership and consistency this season.
Central Alabama Community College had a slew of student-athletes named to the Alabama Community College Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll for their performance in the classroom during the fall semester.
Checking off a lot of goals last season was something that was important to Central Alabama Community College’s softball team. And with its two top pitchers returning, the Trojans are confident they can do just that again this year.
Central Alabama Community College’s Caleb Schriener, left, and Drake Hamil, right, pose with Trojan coach Larry Thomas on Wednesday afternoon after signing their National Letters of Intent to play at Kentucky Wesleyan.
Anfernee Jennings, a Dadeville graduate, has been selected to the 2018 Southeastern Conference All-SEC team, as selected by media members in attendance at SEC Media Days this past week. Jennings, a linebacker, was among 13 University of Alabama players who earned spots, including seven first…
For the second year in a row, Central Alabama Community College will be represented amongst the best of the best in college bass fishing.
Central Alabama Community College’s athletic programs had some of their most successful seasons in recent memory with the golf, tennis and softball teams all making it to the national stage.
Benjamin Russell’s Bradley Stewart, seated center, signed his letter of intent to play baseball at Central Alabama Community College on Monday.