Michael Taylor, a catch-all coach in Dadeville, goes above and beyond his call of duty to provide equal opportunities for all children, no matter their age or ability, to participate in sports and engage in healthy behaviors.
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.
With a victory over the Jaguars earlier this week in the Super Bowl, the Alexander City 10U Cowboys capped off a perfect season. The Cowboys finished the season 8-0, including a 13-0 victory over the Jaguars in the championship game.
Benjamin Russell’s Lance Cunigan and Ashley Walker are looking to finish out their high school cross country careers on a high note, as they both qualified for the state championships. Cunigan took seventh overall at the Class 6A Section 3 meet last week, clocking in at 17:05.77.
Youngsters around the area will be getting a chance to learn from some of the best — and potentially some of their biggest role models — as the annual Bridge Builders youth football camp will be hosted at the Sportplex on Saturday.
In just its fifth year of existence, Alexander City’s Cooper Track Club is making a name for itself in youth track and field across the state of Alabama. Despite having just 10 runners this year, Cooper managed to bring home six medals from the state championships in Trussville earlier this month.
Over the course of the last five years, the sale of fishing licenses in Alabama is as low as it’s ever been. There seems to be a constant struggle to get youngsters involved in the great outdoors.
Despite some girls being as young as 6 years old, the Top Flight Level One team has been dedicated to gymnastics all season long. And the group’s hard work was rewarded earlier this month, as the girls won first place at the state championship in Foley.
After getting off to a round start at the Lincoln Thanksgiving Tournament, Horseshoe Bend turned the tables in the final game to earn a 70-56 victory over Pleasant Valley.
Some kids dread Career Day. It’s that day when your dad comes in and talks about his boring office job, or your mom discusses some technical jargon none of the other students understand.
In the NJCAA District IV Preview Tournament in Melbourne, Florida this weekend, Central Alabama Community College had quite the showing. The Trojans finished second in the team leaderboard, placing second only to Eastern Florida State.
Alexander City’s youth softball and baseball season officially came to an end on Saturday when the 10U All-Star team finished third at the NSA Southern Nationals in Foley.
After a pair of wins in pool play at the NSA Southern nationals, Alexander City’s 10U All-Star softball team split a pair of games to begin the double elimination tournament on Friday morning.
Despite being down by a pair of runs in the third inning, Alexander City’s 10U All-Star softball team stormed back for a 6-5 victory over the Nighthawks Elite in the NSA Southern national tournament in Foley on Thursday morning.
With the fifth anniversary of Dixie Sailing Club being at its new location on Lake Martin quickly approaching, the club recently wrapped up its Spring Racing Series.
Registration for the next Alabama Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) workshop opens on Aug. 1 for first-time attendees and Aug. 7 for both first-timers and those who have previously attended. The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR)-sponsored event takes place at th…
East Alabama Horse Association’s youth show was moved to the Alexander City Horse Riding Club this weekend, and it was a chance for the youngsters to show off their talent.
Water skiing, softball, scuba diving and basketball might not seem like the preferred activities of kids with physical disabilities, but during Camp ASCCA’s sports camp, all that changes.
Despite Dadeville’s loss in the championship game of the Dixie Youth Majors state tournament, 11- and 12-year-old All-Star coach Travis Etchison couldn’t help but gush about his team.