Caitlin Terrell was unsure whether or not she wanted to play college softball.
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.
North Jackson varsity boys basketball head coach Zac Barringer and Woodville head coach Brian “Bubba” Smith walked the sideline, calling out offensive and defensive sets, shouting instructions and praising good plays.
Kevin Durant is the most skilled scorer in basketball today. He is a seven-footer with a fantastic jump shot and can play on the wing. He is a part of what many would argue is the most successful organization in sports — for the time being — in the Golden State Warriors. He has an upcoming d…
Robson Copenhaver of Scottsboro used a final-round surge to lock up a strong finish in the Alabama Golf Association’s 103rd State Amateur Tournament.
Four Jackson County baseball players have been recognized by the Alabama Sports Writers Association for their performances during the 2018 high school baseball season.
A pair of Scottsboro High School soccer players have received all-state honors for their play during the 2019 season.
Recent DAR graduate Haley Hughes has signed to run cross country for Auburn University-Montgomery. Hughes, who has family in Jackson County, ran cross country for three years at DAR and track and field for four years. She also ran track for Woodville for two seasons prior to transferring to …
A total of seven Jackson County girls and boys basketball players will get the chance to showcase their skills in front of college coaches this season during Alabama High School Athletic Directors and Coaches Association’s new Elite 100 Basketball Showcase.
The North Jackson softball team surprised some observers last year by advancing to the state tournament for the first time in school history and capping that appearance with a third-place finish.
While his players planned to kill time on the ride to Montgomery listening to music, sleeping, talking or watching shows or movies on electronic device, Pisgah head coach Billy Duncan planned to study.