With a wealth of key contributors returning, particularly on offense, Reeltown could be in line for a stellar season if it gets its depth squared away.
Keeping a program together is no easy feat but Dadeville senior Zoe Veres did that and much more in her final season as the Tigers just missed out on a berth into Regionals.
The end of the softball season brings about the summer and a sense of rest for the many athletes who put their all into their craft during a pandemic torn season.
MONTGOMERY – Current Associate Executive Director Alvin Briggs has been selected to become the fifth Executive Director of the Alabama High School Athletic Association. The unanimously approved the hiring of Briggs at a special Central Board meeting Monday morning and the announcement was ma…
There has always been a nagging question that continually finds its way into my mind and in some respects the minds of those who’ve taken the time out to be on the fields in the sun, rain, snow and sleet.
The first softball and baseball state rankings from the AWSA have been revealed with Tallassee softball leading the way.
Tuesday brought skies smothered by gray clouds and a series of rainouts for the softball and baseball teams of the Elmore County area, showing once again that spring sports schedules can be unpredictable.
With multiple tournaments being played around the state of Alabama this weekend, there was plenty of softball action for the teams of the Elmore County area as some programs played as many as nine games.
Stanhope Elmore suffered its first setback of the season this past week against Holtville as other Elmore County teams begin to rise.
The Rebels went nearly 30 days before they could celebrate another victory but with a 15-4 victory over B.B. Comer, it was the third win of the young season for Reeltown.
This game featured 42 total runs between each team, but when the final out was called in the seventh inning, it was Dadeville softball who came away with the 22-20 victory over Reeltown.
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.
Benjamin Russell may have taken the overall placement over the weekend in the latest Alabama Student Angler Bass Fishing Association event at Lake Eufaula but there were a number of positives out of the weekend for many other programs.
Wetumpka placed third overall in the Class 5A/6A AHSAA State Wrestling Championships behind champions Gardendale High School and runner-ups Arab.
The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc across all sports, but baseball and softball teams must account for weather in addition to quarantines.
The Reeltown girls basketball team’s season has come to an early end after being forced to forfeit their sub-regional game against Montgomery Academy due to COVID-19.
It took only two minutes for the Dadeville Tigers to pull a definitive lead over the Reeltown Rebels, leading to their third straight area title with a 66-41 victory.
There has been a lot of movement on the wrestling mats this season and with the state duals in the rear-view mirror, the Reeltown program is one to catch up with.
Basketball is all about the momentum a program has on the floor and when the game was on the line Demetria Brown splashed a three for the lead in the 36-33 win.