With athletics getting ready to once again begin for the first time in more than two months across the state, the AHSAA has released a set of “Best Practices” guidelines for return. Those include everything from sanitation guidelines, a set of pre-screening questions and suggestions for main…
Although Lindsey Smith, Jake Adams and I have remained close in the three-plus years since I left Pennsylvania, it’s still hard to get a sense of what’s going on for them on a day-to-day basis.
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, countless people, businesses and organizations have been affected. Lives have changed, likely forever.
This time a year ago, Dadeville’s boys track and field team was still basking in the glory of its third-place finish at the AHSAA Class 2A Track and Field Championships.
The sports world may look a little different but things seem to be starting to return to as normal as possible. Alabama state superintendent Dr. Eric Mackey announced Thursday schools could reopen beginning June 1, and the AHSAA followed suit.
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In a room in Tuscaloosa on Friday night, the Jennings family waited with bated breath. It seemed certain the call they were all waiting for was going to happen but it was impossible to predict when.
Given the current situation of the coronavirus pandemic, there’s a lot of uncertainty swirling around what’s going to happen to the high school football season.
After several months of anticipation, Roger McDonald has officially been named the head football coach and athletic director at Dadeville, effective June 1.
Another local's dreams have come true as Dadeville graduate Anfernee Jennings is going to the NFL. He was selected 87th overall by the New England Patriots on Friday in the 2020 NFL Draft.
Dreams came true for several locals during this week in history as many area football players were selected by NFL teams during the draft.
Caleb is once again joined by co-host Lizi to discuss the possible long-term effects on high school sports as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
Although many senior student-athletes are frustrated by the season’s end, especially if their recruiting dreams were hinging on their final seasons, others already have a plan for next year. And just because their high school seasons are over doesn’t mean they can stop now.
As the official end of the spring season came Thursday afternoon when schools were closed for the remainder of the school year, there were also a lot of questions that still needed answered.
Benjamin Russell coach Richy Brooks has been in this business a long time. He’s been the head of the Wildcat baseball program for longer than his current players have been alive.
For the second year in a row, Dadeville’s boys basketball team will be represented at the AHSAA North-South All-Star game, which is scheduled to be played this summer.
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.
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.