Scottsboro finished second in the Southern Showcase’s Boys Large School “A” race at John Hunt Park in Huntsville Saturday morning.
The Scottsboro cross country program had runners compete in numerous races at the Large School Chickasaw Trails Invitational on Saturday at Oakville Indian Mounds Park and Museum near Moulton.
For the first time in program history, the Woodville cross country program will be under the direction of a new head coach as it enters the 2020 season.
Jackson County runners and teams enjoyed a lot of success during the 2019 high school cross country season. Here is a look at some of the highlights from last season:
Two schools in Jackson County will play in different classifications during the next two school years.
Scottsboro teams look to continue state title reigns; NSM boys to make program’s first state meet appearance; Pisgah teams both return to state in competitive Class 3A; Section’s Vega sets sight on a Top-10 finish in 1A-2A
The championship trophies for the annual Seventh and Eighth Grade Cross Country Championships are staying put in Scottsboro.
During the Scottsboro cross country teams’ retreat last weekend, head coach Luke Robinson had the runners for the girls and boys teams define the team and individual goals.
Scottsboro students and cross country runners Hayden Judge and Maddie Gossett were the top male and female finishers in the Friday Night Lights 5K.
Recent DAR graduate Haley Hughes has signed to run cross country for Auburn University-Montgomery. Hughes, who has family in Jackson County, ran cross country for three years at DAR and track and field for four years. She also ran track for Woodville for two seasons prior to transferring to …