CECIL – Armed with a day’s rest and a full arsenal of pitchers, Macon East Academy won the 2019 Macon East Baseball Tournament with an 8-4 victory over Lowndes Academy on Saturday night.
Prattville Christian Academy used excellent pitching and some big bats to win its own tournament over a very cold and windy weekend. The 16 team tournament was played at Mill Creek Park in Millbrook. The Panthers defeated Brew Tech, 1-0; Oak Mountain 6-0; Dallas County 13-2; Wicksburg 3-2 an…
Playing without its #1 player, Montgomery Academy defeated Trinity and Pike Road in a three-way match Thursday at Lagoon Park. Team scores were MA 325, Trinity 342 and Pike Road 436.
When Drew Castillow took over as Trinity’s new softball coach, the first thing he wanted to implement were ideas to build the numbers in a softball program that has struggled for depth the last three years.
Always a contender, never a pretender. That’s a good way of describing the Montgomery Academy girl’s tennis program. This year looks to be no different than others. Thus far, the Eagles have compiled a 7-0 record with ease. They have defeated Charles Henderson, Valley, Saint James, Jasper, T…
It was a game the Knights needed to win, and they were facing a top level opponent. Visiting Catholic engaged defending 3A state champ Prattville Christian Academy (PCA) Thursday in what turned out to be a defensive struggle and extra inning affair. In the eighth inning starting Catholic pit…
Skipper Jones had spent 16 years as an assistant baseball coach at Jacksonville State for the legendary Rudy Abbott and nearly the same amount of time as a head coach at Pell City High when he elected to retire to his home in Prattville.
Aubrey Blackwell stepped onto the surface of Paterson Field Wednesday just prior to Catholic’s game with Prattville Christian Academy. It was the first time Blackwell set foot on Paterson Field in 19 years. “The last time I was on this field is when we beat Jeff Davis in the first round of t…
Catholic won its second baseball game of the season Wednesday by defeating Prattville Christian Academy (PCA) 14-6. Colby Zaleski was the winning pitcher in relief for the Knights striking out three and surrendering only one run. Trip Carter got the save with two innings of work and a pair o…
BIRMINGHAM – Pisgah turned up the pressure in the second quarter to grab a halftime lead over Prattville Christian, then exploded in the third quarter for a 63-47 victory and its third consecutive trip to the state finals.
In a rematch of the last year’s 1A-3A state tennis tournament, the top two teams squared off at Montgomery Academy on Monday with the Eagles pulling off an impressive 9-0 win over the defending state champions.
Catholic officials announced on Monday the hiring of Edgewood Academy volleyball coach Sellers Dubberley as the Knights’ new volleyball coach for the upcoming 2019 season.
The Arizona men’s tennis team and the Oklahoma State Cowgirls finished on top in the annual Blue-Gray National Tennis Classic, sweeping Ole Miss and Wake Forest, respectively, in singles action on Saturday at Lagoon Park Tennis Center.
Morgan Academy’s Gunnar Henderson scored 10 of his 14 points in the second half to help the West all-stars defeat the East 83-78 in the Alabama Independent School Association’s annual all-star game at the Multiplex at Cramton Bowl on Friday night.
Mississippi State signee and St. James senior Collin Duncan is among the 37 seniors named to the 60th annual North-South all-star football team for the upcoming Alabama All-Stars Sports Week, released on Friday by the Alabama High School Athletic Directors and Coaches Association.
Workers are putting the finishing touches on renovations to the Lagoon Park tennis complex before the annual Blue-Gray National Tennis Classic kicks off this weekend in the Capital City.
After trailing Slocomb for much of the contest, Pike Road forged ahead in the final four minutes of Saturday’s Southeast Regional matchup with the Red Tops, leading by eight points with just over two minutes remaining.
A flurry of turnovers and poor shots had Straughn trailing Pike Road by as many as 17 points late in the first half of Saturday’s Southeast Regional matchup at Garrett Coliseum.
It was not the best of beginnings for Montgomery Academy. But in the end superiority prevailed and the Eagles soundly defeated Geneva in the first round of the Southeast Regionals at Garrett Coliseum Saturday, 42-28.