- Eagles fly past Hatton to claim fourth straight state title
- Skyline rules Class 1A girls basketball after defeating Marion County for first state title
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- BOE approves 1.5 million for Junior High roof replacement, other expenditures
The Scottsboro Board of Education approved $1.5 million to replace the center section of the Junior High School's roof and lunch room roof. Read more
It didn’t take long for the chant to begin. “Four-peat. Four-peat. Four-peat.” In a season that was so different because of COVID-19, it ended the same for the Pisgah girls basketball team.
Ronnie McCarver held the Class 1A Girls Basketball state championship trophy out and braced for impact. Within seconds, the coach was mobbed by Skyline players eager to get their hands on the trophy that the program had waited 40-plus years for.
Top-ranked Skyline claimed its first state basketball championship thanks to a 54-41 win over No. 6 Marion County Friday afternoon at the Birmingham Crossplex’s Bill Harris Arena.
NSM posts two wins; North Jackson gets extra-innings victory over Dade County (Ga.)