Pisgah girls basketball coach Carey Ellison said his team entered the 2019-20 season with something to prove.
After dropping a pair of games to large-school opponents Guntersville and Athens to start the season North Jackson baseball coach Cole Porter hoped to see his young Chiefs bounce back during their home opener.
Carey Ellison kept asking himself the same question leading up to Pisgah’s Class 3A Girls Basketball Northeast Regional championship game vs. Susan Moore.
The Eagles (29-3) play Southeast Regional champion Pike Road in the state semifinals on Tuesday at 9 a.m. at the BJCC’s Legacy Arena in Birmingham.
After winning a physical battle with No. 6-ranked Midfield in the Class 3A Northeast Regional semifinals, Molly Heard asked Pisgah teammate Chloe Womack a question as they sat at a table in the press conference room.
The Skyline girls basketball team knew it had to shoot the basketball well during its Northeast Regional semifinal clash with Spring Garden.
Two of the state’s top-four ranked teams traded punches for three-plus quarters, meaning the first team to put together a scoring run would likely post the win.
The North Jackson varsity girls basketball team watched a double-digit lead slip away late in the fourth quarter of the Class 4A Area 14 Championship game as second-seeded DAR cut the top-seeded Chiefs lead to four with 1:42 left in the game.
Because good shots are hard to come by against the height and length of the Skyline varsity boys basketball team, Woodville’s game plan for Thursday’s area championship game was to use a slow and patient offensive approach
Scottsboro wrestlers remained in contention to earn berths to next weekend’s state tournament at the Class 1A-5A North Super Section Tournament Friday afternoon.
The Skyline varsity girls basketball team won its third straight area championship Thursday night, but the Vikings did not win it without a fight.
The top-seeded and No. 2-ranked Eagles won their third straight and fifth area championship in the past six seasons with a 63-44 victory over third-seeded Sylvania Thursday night at Pisgah High School.
The Pisgah varsity girls basketball team shook off a tough final week of the regular season with an impressive victory to begin the postseason.
Top-seeded and Class 2A No. 10-ranked Hornets pulled away in the second half to hand the fourth-seeded Lions a season-ending setback Monday night in the Class 2A Area 15 Tournament semifinals.
The Skyline varsity girls basketball team raced out to a big first quarter lead and never looked back on the way to win No. 24 of the season.