Two schools in Jackson County will play in different classifications during the next two school years.
The Scottsboro High School girls and boys swim teams enjoyed a strong 2018 season, and that momentum is carrying over into 2019 in the form of swimmers.
As Zach Reichle got set for the final race of his swimming career, his mind was suddenly flooded with memories from his 15-year journey in the sport.
A total of 18 Scottsboro High School swimmers will try to book reservations for the 2018 AHSAA State swim Championships during this coming weekend’s Class 1A-5A North Sectional meet.
The Scottsboro varsity girls and boys swim teams entered the 2018 season with varying experience levels for the swimmers of their respective rosters.
The Scottsboro Swim Association’s Wet ‘n’ Wildcats posted a third-place finish in the 2018 Alabama Recreation and Parks Association’s District 2 Swim Meet in Madison.
Kyle Vosen sat down at a table in the Scottsboro High School Library — pen in hand — ready to set the next step in his swimming career.
Scottsboro Swim Association’s Wet ‘n’ Wildcats entered last weekend’s Alabama Recreation and Parks Department’s District 2 Swimming Championships at Albertville as underdogs in their effort to post a runner-up finish to 30-time state champion Madison for the 11th straight summer.
Taking on a team that hasn’t lost a meet in 30 years in their home pool with only half of your own team isn’t a recipe for success, but in spite of these handicaps, SSA had a respectable showing Thursday night against the Madison Dolphins.
Following last Thursday’s double dual victories over Fort Payne and Decatur, the Scottsboro Swim Association’s Wet ‘n’ Wildcats stepped outside of District 2 for their opponent Tuesday night.
With over half of SSA’s swimmers unable to make Thursday night’s away meet at Cullman, the Wet ‘n’ Wildcats faced an uphill battle against one of the strongest teams in District 2.