Chance McCarver is back trying to help his alma mater win games.
The 2012 Section High School graduate and former Lions’ athlete was hired as a history teacher and a coach for the school during the Jackson County Board of Education meeting on Monday.
McCarver, who was an aide and an assistant basketball coach for his father Ronnie at Skyline High School the past four years, will be Section’s head baseball coach and Section’s junior high boys and freshman boys basketball teams’ head coach. He will also serve as a varsity boys basketball assistant coach.
McCarver played five varsity basketball seasons for Section from 2008-12, helping the Lions win three Jackson County, three area and two Sand Mountain Tournament championships and make three Northeast Regional appearances. Best known as a prolific perimeter shooter, McCarver still holds the AHSAA’s career 3-pointers record (454).
Latimer picks up more offers — Scottsboro baseball player Reed Latimer picked up two more college scholarship offers this week.
The rising senior shortstop/pitcher received offers from Alabama A&M and UAH. Latimer also holds offers from Montevallo, Central Alabama Community College and Motlow State (Tennessee) Community College.
Parsons to coach Woodville volleyball team — The Woodville volleyball program will be under the direction of head coach Jonathan Parsons during the 2018 season.
Parsons is also Woodville’s head baseball coach and is an assistant basketball coach. He has also previously served as an assistant football coach.
Woodville opens its season Sept. 4 at home against Whitesburg Christian Academy.
Preseason practice begins Monday — Summer training is about to give way to preseason practice for three AHSAA sports.
On Monday, preseason practice begins for cross country, football, swimming and volleyball. The first competition day of the new seasons are Aug. 23.
North Jackson football’s “Meet The Chiefs” Cookout is Aug. 17 — The North Jackson football program will hold its annual “Meet the Chiefs” cookout on Friday, Aug. 17 at NJHS’ R.D. Hicks Stadium in Stevenson. The event starts with dinner at 6 and the program at 7 p.m.