Ider’s basketball programs hosted a three-day skills camp at Ider High School this week.
Coaches and players hosted young players ranging from kindergarten-sixth grade for the 2021 Plainview Football Youth Camp at Plainview High School on Wednesday morning.The three-hour camp covered a variety of skill development training exercises.
Entering his fourth season as a starting offensive lineman, Plainview’s Mason Cooper understands how important his skill set is to the stability of the offense.
The Plainview High School football program hosted an organized team activity day with North Sand Mountain and Cherokee County in Rainsville on Thursday morning.
Crossville High School football players received instruction from professional football players during the Stovall Athletics Specialist Camp at Gadsden City High School in Gadsden on June 26.
Coaches and players from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s volleyball team held a two-day skills camp at Fort Payne High School this week.
With aspirations of playing college baseball after high school, Fort Payne rising seniors Eli Kirby and Dalton Gray have worked with eXposure Baseball, one of the country’s most elite travel ball programs, for the past two summers, giving themselves greater opportunities to catch the attenti…
It’s not every day the chance to add a coach with more than 40 years of experience and coming off leading a team to a state championship falls into your lap. But that was the case this summer for Boaz boys basketball head coach Cale Black, when the chance to add former Fyffe head coach Neal …
Organizing a summer event featuring high school basketball teams for the first time, Sylvania head coaches Kyle Finch and Zach King weren’t sure what kind of turnout to expect.
Taekwondo students from Black Belt Academy in Fort Payne won medals during their competitions at the 2021 Alabama State Games in Dothan on June 12.
Alex McPherson’s offseason goals are just about the same as all of his football teammates at Fort Payne High School: get bigger, stronger and faster.
The Fort Payne girls basketball program had North Sand Mountain and Anniston visit for a play date of varsity and junior varsity scrimmages at Fort Payne High School on Tuesday.
Following the 19-0 start to their season and a third-round appearance in the AHSAA Class 3A state baseball playoffs, the Fyffe Red Devils had two players receive all-state recognition this weekend.
Eight DeKalb County high school softball players were recognized among the best in their respective classifications with the release of the 2021 Alabama Sports Writers Association All-State softball team this weekend.
Past and present wrestlers representing Fort Payne City Schools united and competed in the 2021 Alabama State Games in Dothan this weekend, with four of the five wrestlers representing Fort Payne and DeKalb County earning gold medals.
As the Plainview softball team’s state championship run reflected the greatness of the team, that greatness was also reflected in this year’s All-DeKalb County voting.
Competing in its first summer play date, the Ider boys basketball program welcomed fellow DeKalb County schools Valley Head and Fyffe, along with Pisgah and Woodville from Jackson County for a full day of varsity and junior varsity games Wednesday.
Fort Payne High School’s boys basketball teams made the most of their opportunity in getting live game action when the school hosted its first play date of the summer Tuesday.
Before the Fort Payne football team turns to sharpening football-specific skills in July, the Wildcats will focus on gaining strength, speed and quickness in June.
From coaching under Johnny Pelham at Asbury and Jamie Pruett at Section, Sylvania’s first-year varsity boys basketball head coach Zach King learned the importance of adapting a system to the strengths of the players in a program.
In his second offseason as head coach of the Fort Payne varsity volleyball program, Justin Kisor was excited about getting back in the gym, working with his players and hoping for a normal-looking summer.
A face familiar to the Crossville basketball family will be back on the sidelines for the Lions next season, after former varsity girls coach Jay Shankles was announced as the new varsity boys head coach last week by the DeKalb County School Board of Education.
Multi-sport athlete Jathan Underwood was late getting into the college recruiting process, but once a football coach from Tusculum University reached out via Twitter, conversations began and the Plainview High School senior’s interest grew.
Fort Payne’s Cristian Barrientos and Collinsville’s Roberto Diaz highlighted the list of 11 DeKalb County boys soccer players garnering all-state acclaim this week.