The Scottsboro football team enjoyed a resurgent season in 2019, winning nine games — the second-most wins in an SHS season in the past 15 years — finishing second in region play and advancing to the second round of the Class 5A playoffs.
When Derek Wynn and Cole Hicks played high school basketball at Section and North Sand Mountain respectively, both looked forward to playing in the Sand Mountain Tournament.
With his team trailing its archrival by seven points at halftime, Scottsboro varsity boys basketball head coach Kenny Hill walked into the locker room and told his team to take a breath.
The 2018-19 Scottsboro wrestling team won the Class 1A-5A state duals championship and saw several wrestlers win or finish as runners-up in their respective weight class during the state’s traditional tournament.
Asked by a teammate how many points he had scored during North Sand Mountain’s 104-99 victory over Sylvania, Russ Marr guessed the total to be around 40.
The Skyline varsity boys basketball continued its dominant start to the 2019-20 season at Madison County’s expense on Wednesday.
A rematch of a Class 3A Northeast Regional semifinal game on Saturday ended just like it did back in February — with a Pisgah victory.
The Scottsboro varsity boys basketball team did what head coach Kenny Hill asked of it ahead of its showdown with archrival North Jackson.
Head coach Keith Kirby has stressed to his North Sand Mountain football team this week about the opportunity that is in front of them.