Hired as assistant principal at Skyline
Graduation back in May took a number of three- and four-year varsity players from the Scottsboro varsity girls basketball program’s roster.
Jackson County was well represented during the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association’s first Elite 100 Basketball Showcase.
North Jackson varsity boys basketball head coach Zac Barringer and Woodville head coach Brian “Bubba” Smith walked the sideline, calling out offensive and defensive sets, shouting instructions and praising good plays.
A total of seven Jackson County girls and boys basketball players will get the chance to showcase their skills in front of college coaches this season during Alabama High School Athletic Directors and Coaches Association’s new Elite 100 Basketball Showcase.
When Scottsboro senior Emily Garner watched Freed-Hardeman play basketball, she found an element that also existed where she played high school basketball.
Skyline's Collin Lockard and North Sand Mountain's Hunter Vest has been named the 2018-19 Jackson County Basketball Coaches Association's Boys Basketball Co-Player of the Year.
Pisgah varsity girls basketball standout Annie Hughes is up for two of the Alabama Sports Writers Association’s top awards for the second straight year.
The Scottsboro 10U girls basketball team just missed its goal of a state championship, but coach Shane Small said the loss didn’t dampen what the team achieved this season.
After making only 1 of 12 3-point shot attempts in the opening quarter of its Class 3A state semifinal game, Pisgah head coach Carey Ellison delivered a message prior to the start of the second quarter.
Sometimes the nerves players who are making their first state tournament appearance have can hamper their performance, especially early in the game.
With time winding down in Scottsboro’s 56-47 Class 5A Girls Northeast Regional championship game loss to Brewer, the realization hit Scottsboro senior Keara Sexton hard.