Scottsboro alum Edmondson named Preseason All-OVC; North Jackson alum Harris with a pick-six; Section’s Patterson picking up college hoops offers
Jackson County will be represented at the 2021 Alabama High School Athletic Director and Coaches Association’s All-Star Week by a pair of multi-time all-state players.
When Pisgah’s Molly Heard arrives in Montgomery this July to play in the North-South Basketball All-Star Game, introductions with most of her North teammates won’t be necessary.
North Jackson alum Thompson pitches perfect game for Wallace State; Scottsboro alum Sexton helps Shelton State reach nationals
It didn’t take long for the chant to begin. “Four-peat. Four-peat. Four-peat.” In a season that was so different because of COVID-19, it ended the same for the Pisgah girls basketball team.
Ronnie McCarver held the Class 1A Girls Basketball state championship trophy out and braced for impact. Within seconds, the coach was mobbed by Skyline players eager to get their hands on the trophy that the program had waited 40-plus years for.
Top-ranked Skyline claimed its first state basketball championship thanks to a 54-41 win over No. 6 Marion County Friday afternoon at the Birmingham Crossplex’s Bill Harris Arena.
Throughout the Scottsboro varsity boys basketball team’s postseason run to the state tournament, crunch time had been Scottsboro’s time.
Eagles' state-title four-peat quest continues thanks to Tinker's game-tying 3-pointer, clutch free-throw shooting in overtime
As Scottsboro varsity boys basketball head coach Jason Bell drove to Scottsboro High School Wednesday morning to board the bus for Hanceville for the Wildcats’ Class 6A Northwest Regional championship game matchup with No. 6-ranked Clay-Chalkville.
Prior to the Scottsboro varsity boys basketball team’s Class 6A Northwest Regional semifinal game, head coach Jason Bell wrote several notes about the game on a dry-erase board for his team to read.
The Pisgah varsity girls basketball team kept its quest for a fourth straight state championship alive with an impressive regional semifinal win.
The North Sand Mountain varsity boys basketball team won a battle of Top-10 teams to advance to the Class 2A Northeast Regional.
The North Jackson varsity girls basketball team's season came to a close on Wednesday with a loss to one of Class 4A's top-ranked teams.