In 2014, the Woodville football season ushered in the Jay Powell head coaching era with a trip to Waterloo.
The curtain opens on the 2019 high school volleyball season on Thursday. Four of the five Jackson County teams begin their season on Thursday and all five teams will begin their season within the next nine days.
While discussing how tough it was to call the 2019 national championship game as Alabama was losing big to Clemson, Crimson Tide radio broadcast team color commenter John Parker Wilson referenced it was Alabama’s worst loss since losing 37-7 to Virginia Tech in the 1998 Music City Bowl.
The Scottsboro High School girls and boys swim teams enjoyed a strong 2018 season, and that momentum is carrying over into 2019 in the form of swimmers.
Barclay Butler and Conner McLaughlin didn’t win the Bassmaster High School National Championship, but they served notice they could be a force in high school fishing for the next three seasons.
The annual Scottsboro Wildcat Kickoff Cookout is scheduled for Friday, Aug. 16 at Trammell Stadium. The event begins at 5 p.m. and the meal is free. There will be a junior high football scrimmage followed by a varsity scrimmage.
The North Sand Mountain boys golf team won the first state championship in school history this year. Last Friday night at Dogwood Hills Golf Resort and Garden, they finally received the hardware they worked so hard to achieve.
New Scottsboro volleyball head coach Ashley Smart said she learned a lot about her team during its allotted summer games, practices and team camps.
Scottsboro students and cross country runners Hayden Judge and Maddie Gossett were the top male and female finishers in the Friday Night Lights 5K.
The Scottsboro and North Sand Mountain football teams put a wrap on the summer competition part of their offseason work on Thursday at Lloyd Dobbins Field in Higdon.
As the football flew through the air toward a Weaver receiver in the back corner of the end zone, Pisgah defensive back Nate Cornelison undercut the play and made a game-winning interception.
A former college and professional quarterback with an up-close view of the Alabama football program will be the guest speaker at the 2019 Jackson County Bama Club’s annual Roll Tide BBQ.
My family went to Baltimore in the summer of 2012 to visit family, and we took that perfect opportunity to watch a game at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
Chandler Tygard and Chris Hammon, the new head football coaches at North Jackson and Section, saw some good and some not-so-good things during their team’s first taste of 7-on-7 competition.