The Coosa Valley Rebels used an assortment of pitchers and a spirited performance by their lineup at the plate to sweep a doubleheader against the Eastwood Warriors Saturday in the first round of the AISA playoffs.
Fayetteville advances to second round The Fayetteville Wolves advanced to the second round of the Alabama High School Athletic Association playoffs with a 12-2 win over Southeastern in the third and decisive game of the series.
Defense key to CVA’s second straight title Last year, it seemed remarkable a program in its first season could win the state championship, but the CVA soccer program managed to add another championship trophy this season.
TC Central’s Duncan to play in North-South basketball game Talladega County Central standout Tiarrial Duncan was selected for the North-South All-Star game roster for the 18th annual Alabama Director and Coaches Association scheduled for July 21-25 in Montgomery. Alvin Briggs, Director of the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association (AHSADCA), made the announcement Wednesday.
Sylacauga faces even matchup at Homewood For the Sylacauga Aggies, the memory still lingers of what it felt like to walk off the field at Homewood, having fallen just short. But this year, things are different.
CVA takes on Eastwood today The eighth-ranked Coosa Valley Academy Rebels begin their quest to defend their state championship crown today as they host Eastwood in a doubleheader with first pitch scheduled for 4:30 p.m.
Pearson leads Sylacauga into matchup vs Homewood Last season, the Sylacauga Aggies were down 0-1 in Homewood facing elimination against a team that had lost just four games during the season when Zach Pearson stepped on the mound for game two.
Garrett signs with Georgia Southern Former Munford standout Monteo Garrett signed with Jones Community College on National Signing Day, but never stopped working towards his ultimate goal of playing for Georgia Southern.
ASD performs well at Track and Field Classic Alabama School for the Deaf girls track and field team placed second and the boys finished in third place at the Seventh Berg/Seeger Track and Field Classic held at Kentucky School for the Deaf in Danville, Ky.