JACKSONVILLE — Count it as one of the hidden costs to Jacksonville State losing its spring-sports seasons because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Goose Pond Colony Lake and Plantation golf courses remain open during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic but have put in numerous safety precautions.
Molly Heard is still enjoying the excitement of the Pisgah girls basketball team’s 2019-20 state championship-winning season. The news she got Friday night was best described as icing on the cake.
Alabama High School Athletic Association executive director Steve Savarese told AL.com on Tuesday that high school sports remain in “wait and see” mode in the wake of statewide school closures caused by COVID-19 (coronavirus).
Old rivals got to together on Monday to play one last time before high school sports were sidelined because of COVID-19 (coronavirus) related school closures.
The Big Bass Splash fishing tournament, originally scheduled for March 27-29, has been rescheduled for June 12-14 at Goose Pond Colony in Scottsboro.
The AHSAA Spring Sports Contingency Committee met Tuesday to discuss possible plans for the future of 2020 spring sports, which are currently on hold until at least April 6 because of the statewide COVID-19 (coronavirus) related schools closures.
Hamm now nation’s top-ranked freshman pole vaulter; SHS girls finish second, boys fifth in Huntsville Panther Invitational
Governor Kay Ivey’s declaration of a state emergency and mandated statewide public schools closure in Alabama in the wake of coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns will sideline spring sports until to April 6, if not longer.
North Jackson softball coach Kevin Thompson was excited with how his team’s batters kept putting the softball in play against rival Scottsboro.
The 50th anniversary of the Bassmaster Classic – the biggest event in the world of fishing — will be fished on Lake Guntersville Friday through Sunday.