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.
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.
The Goose Pond Colony Lake and Plantation golf courses remain open during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic but have put in numerous safety precautions.
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).
The North Sand Mountain boys golf team won the first state championship in school history this year. Last Friday night at Dogwood Hills Golf Resort and Garden, they finally received the hardware they worked so hard to achieve.
Robson Copenhaver of Scottsboro used a final-round surge to lock up a strong finish in the Alabama Golf Association’s 103rd State Amateur Tournament.
The Scottsboro and North Sand Mountain varsity boys golf team posted top-five finishes in the Scottsboro Invitational Goose Pond Colony’s Lake Course on Wednesday.
Despite losing its fall season-opening match, the now two-year-old Northeast Alabama Community men’s golf team took some good news from its match with Georgiat Northwestern Technical College.
When Martin Methodist College head golf coach Tim King read an email from Andrew Holman, it told him a lot about Holman before he ever saw him play.
Entering what was expected to be a very competitive Class 5A North 4 Boys Sub-state Golf Tournament, Scottsboro knew it needed a strong performance to earn one of the two state-qualifying spots.