The Cornerstone Christian Academy baseball team finished third in the 2021 Alabama Christian Athletic Association State Baseball Tournament this weekend.
In its first sanctioned season, the Cornerstone Christian Academy softball team finished with a sub-state appearance in the 2021 Alabama Christian Athletic Association State Softball Tournament.
Boys soccer coaches representing teams in Class 1A/3A’s Region 6 selected players for the annual all-region squad, including Collinsville and Sylvania players.
Behind a shutout pitching effort from Lydia West and a nine-hit delivery from the plate, second-seeded Geraldine crushed No. 4 Glencoe 15-0 in four innings to claim the Class 3A, Area 12 championship in Collinsville on Friday.
Lily Boswell pitched a shutout and allowed just one hit as No. 1-seeded Plainview defense backed her up and helped seal a 10-0 victory against No. 2-seeded Fyffe in five innings and the Class 3A, Area 14 Tournament title Friday.
In the decisive third game, the Fyffe Red Devils fell behind by five runs after the opening inning and couldn’t recover in a 13-0 loss to the Phil Campbell Bobcats in five innings, ending their season in the quarterfinal round of the AHSAA Class 3A state playoffs in Fyffe on Saturday.
Making their third consecutive state semifinal appearance, the Fort Payne boys had to go through the top-ranked Homewood Patriots to continue the pursuit of their first state championship since 2015.
Five Geraldine student-athletes gathered with family, friends and coaches on the gym court at Geraldine High School to celebrate the school’s spring signing day Monday afternoon.
The Fort Payne boys soccer team played Homewood in the semifinal round of the AHSAA Class 6A state playoffs at John Hunt Park in Huntsville on Friday. The match was not completed before press time. Follow The Times-Journal on Facebook and Twitter for updates and read about Fort Payne's Final…
Jingu Kim blasted a loose ball into the net in the second sudden-death overtime session to lift Mars Hill Bible to a 2-1 win against Collinsville in the semifinal round of the AHSAA Class 1A/3A state playoffs at John Hunt Park in Huntsville on Thursday afternoon.
After enduring a near-hour stoppage in play due to a sudden storm rushing through the area, Crossville returned to the pitch for the last 11 seconds of regulation and additional minutes.
Looking to tie the best-of-three series and force a decisive Game 3, the Sylvania Rams amassed seven hits, but the Piedmont Bulldogs defended well and forced the Rams to leave seven runners aboard in a 6-1 loss in Game 2 of an AHSAA Class 3A state playoff second-round series in Sylvania on F…
The Geraldine Bulldogs were limited to two hits as they suffered a 10-0 Game 2 loss against the Phil Campbell Bobcats and were swept in the second round of the AHSAA Class 3A state playoffs in Geraldine on Friday night.
Will Stephens sent a screaming line drive across center field for a three-run home run and a go-ahead score in Game 2, helping Fyffe earn a 6-4 victory and a sweep of Ohatchee in the second round of the AHSAA Class 3A state playoffs Friday night.
As the Fort Payne girls’ 4x400-meter relay team won gold at the 2021 AHSAA State Track and Field Championships this weekend, the girls’ team finished third overall in Class 6A at the season finale in Gulf Shores.
Before state championship wrestling glory brought serious college attention to Riley Kuhn, the Fort Payne senior looked at Queens University of Charlotte in Charlotte, N.C., as a possible collegiate destination.
When the Fort Payne girls’ 4x400-meter relay team clocked in at 4 minutes, 7 seconds in a race at Vestavia Hills’ King of the Mountain Invitational in March, the girls knew they had a strong chance at making school history.
Last year, Michael Davis made the difficult decision to leave Crossville and rejoin the coaching staff at the place where he grew up in Geraldine High School.
Joselyn Ruiz booted a shot into the net from the edge of the penalty area with 6 minutes left, but the Fort Payne girls couldn’t erase a three-score deficit in a 3-1 loss to Cullman in the second round of the AHSAA Class 6A state playoffs at Fort Payne High School’s Wildcat Stadium on Tuesda…
Chloe Hatch delivered a perfect game, allowing no hits, runs or walks, across four innings of Fyffe’s 15-0 shutout win against Valley Head on Monday.
Fyffe plated all six runs in the seventh inning of Game 2, winning 6-2 and securing a sweep of Lauderdale County in the first round of the AHSAA Class 3A state playoffs Friday night.
Behind a five-run boost in the third inning, Fort Payne defeated Spanish Fort 9-2 by run rule in five innings as part of a tripleheader Friday.
The Fort Payne baseball team closed its season with a doubleheader loss against Springville in the first round of the AHSAA Class 6A state playoffs at Fort Payne High School on Friday night.
The Fort Payne boys tennis team ended its historic run at the AHSAA Class 6A State Tennis Championships last week, finishing with two points for 16th place in the classification.
Having always been armed with a love for shooting the basketball, Collinsville senior Hadley Hamilton’s signature smile gleamed when the conversation of her joining the women’s basketball program at Auburn University at Montgomery revolved around her becoming a shooting guard.
After beginning their AHSAA Class 6A first-round state playoff match with what coach Michael Farmer deemed a slow start, the Fort Payne boys soccer team found the necessary vigor and returned to form.
With a stellar defensive effort behind it, the offensive attack of the Fort Payne girls soccer team thrived in the first round of the AHSAA Class 6A state playoffs.
Plainview appeared at No. 3 in Class 3A in the season’s final Alabama Sports Writers Association state high school softball rankings, released Thursday morning.
Ahead of the 2021 AHSAA State Baseball Playoffs, Fyffe garnered the No. 3 position in Class 3A and Ider ranked eighth in 2A in the final Alabama Sports Writers Association state high school baseball rankings this week.
In the final regular-season edition of the Alabama High School Coaches soccer polls, the Fort Payne boys maintained their previous rankings in the Super Poll and Class 6A Coaches Poll.
Graidin Haas tripled and finished with three hits, AJ Kramer tossed six strikeouts in relief and Fort Payne held on to beat Arab 11-8 as both sides tallied up big hits in Arab on Tuesday.
Harley Hicks finished with three hits, including a home run, and scored three runs as Crossville poured in six runs in the fifth inning of a 13-9 win in Geraldine on Tuesday.
The pitching trio of Dalton Gray, Macks Bishop and Eli Kirby teamed up to deliver a one-hit, shutout performance as the Fort Payne Wildcats run-ruled the Crossville Lions 10-0 in five innings at Fort Payne High School on Monday.
Brody Smith belted a solo homer and finished with three hits as No. 2-seeded Sylvania outlasted No. 4 Geraldine 8-7 to win the 2021 DeKalb County Baseball Tournament in Fyffe on Saturday afternoon.
Behind Lily Boswell’s no-hitter and the powerful bats of Halle Brown, Hannah Regula and Abby Williams, Plainview continued its dominance in the annual county tournament.
As the Fort Payne boys soccer team wrapped its Class 6A, Area 15 schedule last week, the Wildcats captured the program’s 13th consecutive area championship.
With the game tied and two outs on the scoreboard in the bottom of the seventh, Braden Barksdale launched a single to right field as AJ Kramer scored the winning run, pushing Fort Payne past longtime rival Scottsboro 8-7 in walk-off fashion at Fort Payne High School on Thursday.