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Sylacauga came into their game against rival Childersburg with the longer-standing soccer program and the senior program walked away with a 4-0 win in the first game of the inaugural Talladega County Soccer Tournament.
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1 hr ago | Alabama Live
Taylor Strange and Nate Dauphin each scored two goals in the second half to lead Class 6A No.
5 hrs ago | Alabama Live
Mikey Rogers hit a two-run homer in the fifth inning to erase Shades Mountain Christian's second deficit of the day and the Eagles added four more runs in the seventh to hold on for a 12-9 victory at B.B. Comer.
9 hrs ago | Alabama Live
When he isn't drive-blocking defensive linemen, Alabama offensive line signee Josh Casher is among the best Class 5A shot-putters in the state.
13 hrs ago | Alabama Live
Alex Rodriguez had a goal and an assist as Class 5A No. 3 John Carroll Catholic shut out ninth-ranked Briarwood Christian 3-0 in a Section 4 match.
17 hrs ago | Daily Mountain Eagle
Thursday's battle between two of Class 1A's top programs ended with a rout, with the No.
Class 6A No. 4 Pelham scored five runs in the first inning of a 7-4 home win against Hueytown.
MOBILE, Alabama - The Mobile Optimist Club honored its Basketball Players and Coaches of the Year during its regular club meeting at the Admiral Semmes Hotel on Thursday.
MOBILE, Alabama -- Here are the top boys soccer performances in Coastal Alabama in the past six days as judged by the Press-Register.
Hewitt-Trussville is ranked No. 8 in Class 6A in the first Alabama Sports Writers Association baseball rankings, released Thursday.
Competing teams include St. James, Trinity, Alabama Christian, Prattville Christian, Prattville, Park Crossing, Robert E. Lee, Catholic, Brewbaker Tech, LAMP, Stanhope Elmore, Elmore County and Wetumpka will be the local teams competing.
Diamonique Williams excelled at the plate and on the mound to lead host Tarrant over Midfield 18-0 in a Class 3A, Area 6 game.
Like four years ago, Alabama will have to replace two four-year starters at the two major specialist positions.
Oakman coach Chris Coons talks to his players during their game against Cordova in the Walker County Tournament.
"I didn't know what to expect but we wanted to beat them because they're our rival in other sports at Pinson," Gann said.
The addition of a fifth high school football team using Cramton Bowl this fall has created a cramped playing schedule that forces each school to consider games on Saturday, an option the coaches adamantly oppose.