Woodville varsity boys basketball head coach Bubba Smith tried to block out who his team was playing against and focus solely on his team’s performance.
When I worked at The Weekly Post years ago, a former weekly in Rainsville, anonymous football columnist Bum Pickens used to call the North Sand Mountain area around Higdon the “Big Woods.” Next week, the Jackson County Basketball Tournament comes to the “Big Woods” starting Monday and ending…
With SEC Media Days going down this past week in Atlanta, reporters did their best to get coaches to reveal as much information as possible and talk about storylines for the coming season.
The sun had cleared the small mountains surrounding Frazier Field, and the tempertures at the Woodville High School football stadium was already at a sweltering level.
Just a few days before what was to be her senior season of softball, Paint Rock Valley's Laurel McBride learned the Pirates would not be fielding a team after a couple of players would not able to play.
While writing the game story in the press room last week after Pisgah defeated Lauderdale County 62-59 in the Class 3A Girls Basketball state championship game, I remember thinking how close the Eagles were to perfection when I typed their final record in the story: 31-1.
The game was only minutes old last February when Scottsboro varsity girls basketball coach Derek Wynn emerged from a sadness-filled locker room following the Wildcats’ season-ending sub-regional loss to Boaz.
Within minutes of one another on opposite ends of the court Monday night, Rosalie head basketball coach Rickey Ragsdale and Macedonia head basketball coach Johnny Green climbed ladders and made the final cut to the net after their teams —Ragsdale's Lady Tigers and Green's Warriors — won Jack…
Glen Hicks' Fort Payne boys basketball team had just posted a 26-point win, but you wouldn't have known it from the look on his face. That's because his team had just defeated his son Cole's North Jackson team.
DeKarlos “DK” Billingsley took the handoff on the first play of Scottsboro’s preseason jamboree and put together an impressive, tackle-breaking 27-yard run, displaying a mixture of power, speed and quickness in the process.
It was a calm February morning outside the gymnasium at North Jackson High School. On the inside, it was a different story. A table and chairs sat underneath the basket closest to the entrance, the stands were filling with students, and mid-court was crammed with reporters setting up cameras.
When my father, Charles, began taking me to high school football games, I noticed the kids my age playing their own game along side the bleachers.
As a I pulled out of the parking lot of Montgomery’s Lagoon Park last Saturday, the cool breeze from the car’s air conditioner wasn’t the only thing that hit me in the face.
Chris Schmidt said the decision to leave Scottsboro for Class 7A Thompson High School in Alabaster wasn’t a coaching move but one to get his wife, Julie, closer to her family in South Alabama.