Jess Smith got a taste of the Scottsboro-Fort Payne baseball rivalry as a player at FPHS.
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The Alabama High School Athletic Association Central Board has approved spring sports’ alignments for the upcoming 2020-21 and 2021-21 classification period. The action was taken Thursday during a special called teleconference meeting.
Just days after losing her son, Pam Darwin and her daughter Paige Darwin found going through some of his belongings to be a slow process.
Jackson County had a number of athletes that competed in baseball, golf, softball and track and field this spring before the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic forced the cancellation of the rest of the spring sports season.
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.
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.
After nearly joining the Scottsboro baseball program as an assistant coach last summer, a year later Jess Smith is now a Wildcat.
Carter Gass spent last week soaking in baseball knowledge and competing against some of the top high school baseball players in Alabama.
Four Jackson County baseball players have been recognized by the Alabama Sports Writers Association for their performances during the 2018 high school baseball season.