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Because the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is recommending all events of 50 or more be cancelled for the next eight weeks, the AHSAA announced Friday morning it has cancelled the Bryant-Jordan Scholarship Awards Banquet, which was scheduled for April 13 at the Birmingham She…
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.
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.
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.
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Despite what Reeltown girls basketball coach Will Solomon called a sluggish start, the Rebels picked up the pace in spurts to earn a Class 2A Area 8 victory over Central Coosa on Tuesday night.
It was recently brought to my attention someone overheard a fan say “Girls don’t count” when a local wrestler pinned a female during a match last week.
This week’s Alabama Sports Writers Association high school basketball rankings. Teams are submitted for consideration by their area’s sports writers.
Playing a holiday tournament gives basketball teams a good opportunity to get a look a myriad of competition and that’s exactly what it provided for Central Coosa’s boys basketball team in the Childersburg Christmas Tournament last week. In addition, the Cougars also showed some fight as the…
With a new reclassification schedule for the AHSAA, the local volleyball teams also got a bit of shakeup in their area alignments and it seems like there could be some new rivalries brewing.
It’s no surprise Noel Jones has been an obvious standout for Central Coosa’s boys basketball team. He was a big part of the Cougars’ run to the Class 2A state championship a year ago and he’s got a natural talent on the court.
After five straight losses to start the season, Central Coosa’s girls basketball team was in dire straits heading into Class 2A Area 8 play on Thursday night. But the Cougars proved they were up to the challenge, taking down Fayetteville, 46-29, in their first area showdown.
Despite holding a two-point lead at halftime, Benjamin Russell’s boys basketball team couldn’t keep up its momentum Tuesday night and it ended in a 64-52 loss against Sylacauga.
The postseason talk rolls on as Caleb and Lizi quickly recap the second round (1:55) before diving into Friday night's quarterfinal between Reeltown and G.W. Long (11:53).
With football season coming to a close any week — and certainly within the next five weeks — Inside the Lines Podcast will slowly start shifting its focus to the winter sports season. Basketball season begins this week and wrestling follows shortly behind.
With basketball season officially starting this week, Caleb and Lizi put together a special episode to discuss some of the expectations for the hardwood.
For the most part, football season has ended around Tallapoosa and Coosa counties. But don’t expect Friday nights for the area athletes to free up any time soon as basketball season officially kick starts next week.
By the time the first practice rolls around, Central Coosa’s football team is already behind the eight ball. The Cougars usually have very little — if any at all — spring practice and they’re extremely limited during the summer due to the sheer number of participants.