Elmore County volleyball head coach Kim Moncrief was selected to be one of the coaches for the South Alabama All-Stars in the AHSAA’s North-South All-Star volleyball game Thursday.
Three Elmore County area softball teams landed in the top 10 for their respective classes in Alabama according to the Alabama Sports Writers Association this week.
Elmore County dispatched Horseshoe Bend in five innings Monday, securing an 11-1 victory behind a six-run fifth inning to lock down the programs’ 13th win of the season.
Elmore County beat Holtville in game two between the two sides Thursday to even their records at 1-1 in area play. Holtville picked up a win in the tiebreaker.
Baseball and softball teams in the Elmore County area continue to hold competitive rankings amongst their respective classes during the second half of the season.
The Bryant-Jordan Foundation has released the list of senior student-athletes selected as recipients of the 2021 Bryant-Jordan Regional Scholar-Athlete and Student Achievement Awards and five athletes from Elmore and Tallapoosa County received honors.
Elmore County and Wetumpka continue to surge early in the season but Edgewood has also picked up the pace a bit going 2-3 in their games played last week.
The softball season is underway and Elmore County is the heir apparent, leading the way with a 6-1 record; but the Wetumpka Indians have made early progress with five early season wins themselves.
Wetumpka placed third overall in the Class 5A/6A AHSAA State Wrestling Championships behind champions Gardendale High School and runner-ups Arab.
A number of wrestlers from Elmore County schools will be traveling to Huntsville next weekend to compete in the 5A-6A state wrestling championships.
A scheduled game between the Elmore County Panthers and the Holtville Bulldogs was called off after a member of the Holtville team tested positive for COVID-19.
The the Alabama High School Athletic Association announced the Board of Control approved the AHSAA’s “Return to Play Best Practices” recommended guidelines for spring sports Wednesday.
Elmore County High got its basketball season started before many other teams in the state but things quickly came to a halt after just three games.
There have been several big basketball tournaments across the state forced to cancel this year and the annual Elmore County Tournament was in danger of joining them.
There were some high expectations for Holtville running back Drew Pickett entering the 2020 season. Even as just a sophomore, he had already proven himself worthy of the starting role after taking over halfway through his first year on varsity.
The originally scheduled season opener for the Elmore County wrestling team was scheduled for Nov. 17 but with several matches needing to be canceled due to COVID-19, the Panthers had to wait to hit the mats for the first time.
As with many programs around the state, the Holtville boys basketball team has already dealt with its fair share of uncertainty at the beginning of the new season. The Bulldogs had to face nearly a three-week break between games and when they finally returned to the court, it was without the…
Lela Ann Hall is 18 years old and will graduate from Elmore County High School this spring. Hall recently signed a letter of intent to Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, Missouri, with an academic and athletic scholarship. Hall will be a member of the university’s cheer/stunt team. Hal…
Lindsey Brown had already made a name for herself on the basketball court before she even made it to high school after being named the Elmore County Player of the Year as just an eighth grader last season. With her second varsity season beginning this year, Brown knew there would be more att…
Down 22-14 in at halftime, the Panthers went on a second-half surge that saw Elmore County’s Kelly Green shoot free throws in the final seconds to secure the comeback win, 40-36.
It was far from a perfect game. But for an Elmore County football team that hadn’t tasted victory since mid August, for a corps of seniors who got to finish their football years on a high note, the Panthers’ last-second, come-from-behind win was pretty sweet.
Talladega clinched a playoff berth with a 66-29 win over Elmore County on Friday night at Mary Dumas Stadium. With the win, Talladega clinched the fourth seed in Class 5A Region 7.
For the ninth consecutive season, the postseason is out of reach for Elmore County but that is not stopping the Panthers from trying to cap off their season on a positive note. The final game of region play is this week as Elmore County travels to play Talladega in search of its first region…