The girls championship matchup in the DeKalb County Tournament was decided Thursday night.
Jacob Hendricks scored the go-ahead basket at the buzzer to lift the Fort Payne boys basketball team to a 61-60 victory against Alexandria on Thursday night.
Sylvania’s Grant Atchley finished with 28 points, 10 rebounds and five steals to help push the No. 3 Rams past No. 6 Crossville 77-66 in a DeKalb County Tournament quarterfinal-round game Tuesday night.
RAINSVILLE — The No. 1-ranked Plainview boys moved the ball and smothered eighth-ranked Valley Head defensively, getting a powerful start to their DeKalb County Tournament run.
Brittany Rivera finished with a game-high 20 points to lead three Collinsville girls in double-figure scoring, as the DeKalb County Tournament’s No. 1-ranked Panthers beat No. 8 Crossville 76-35 on Monday night.
RAINSVILLE — Once the ball found open shooters, the second-ranked Fyffe boys did the rest to pull away from No. 7 Ider after an ambitious first quarter in the DeKalb County Tournament.
Makayla Bullock scored a game-high 22 points and the No. 5-ranked Sylvania girls held on to defeat No. 4 Plainview 63-58 in the quarterfinal round of the DeKalb County Tournament at DeKalb County Schools Coliseum in Rainsville on Tuesday night.
FORT PAYNE — The Fort Payne boys didn’t get the start they’d hoped for and had to play from an early deficit, leading to an 87-53 loss against the Albertville Aggies on Friday night.
Tristan Willingham made four 3-point baskets and scored 22 points, Jonah Williams hit five 3-pointers and added 21 points and the Plainview boys had four scorers in double figures in an 89-53 rout of Geraldine on Friday night.
FORT PAYNE — When Albertville drew a foul on a 3-point attempt with 2.9 seconds left and made all three free throws to pull ahead by three, the Fort Payne girls had to inbound from the far end of the court on its ensuing attempt to force overtime.
Grant Atchley scored 15 points with 11 rebounds to lead four Sylvania boys in double-digit scoring in a 69-66 victory against the Pisgah Eagles in a Class 3A, Area 15 matchup in Pisgah on Friday night.
All five DeKalb County teams that were ranked before the new year remained entrenched in the latest Alabama Sports Writers Association high school basketball rankings.
After a three-way tie for the Region 8 championship, the Fort Payne wrestling team finished runner-up, locking up the region’s No. 2 seed in next month’s AHSAA state dual tournament.
Grant Atchley finished with 32 points, passing 1,000 career points in the Sylvania boys’ 91-84 overtime win against Geraldine in Sylvania on Friday night.
Tobi Trotter sank four 3-pointers and finished with 19 points as the Plainview girls used an early lead to take advantage and earn a 57-40 win against North Sand Mountain in Higdon on Saturday night.
Kinsley Carson’s 17 points led five Ider girls in double-figure scoring in a 79-40 victory against the Geraldine Bulldogs in Ider last Monday night.
Tristian Willingham had 16 points and Cole Millican added 13 points in the Plainview boys’ 63-47 loss against Arab in the championship round of the First State Bank Shootout at DeKalb County Schools Coliseum in Rainsville on Saturday.
Payton Blevins scored 12 points, leading three Plainview girls in double-digit scoring in an 82-39 victory against Coosa Christian at Etowah’s Holiday of Hoops on Friday.
Marie Woodall had 21 points and nine steals and the Fyffe girls made eight 3-pointers in the second half to beat Boaz 63-43 and win the Don Webb Sr. Classic consolation title in Scottsboro on Saturday.
Gabe Gardner and Parker Godwin combined for 56 points and the Fyffe boys defeated Talladega 92-75 to win the Don Webb Sr. Classic championship in Scottsboro on Saturday.
Parker Godwin finished with a game-high 28 points to help the Fyffe boys overcome a sluggish start and beat Westminster Christian 68-64 at the Don Webb, Sr. Classic in Scottsboro on Thursday.
Isaac Jones scored 10 points and Kaleb Jones added nine points for the Collinsville boys, as Guntersville used a third-quarter run to pull away and hand the Panthers a 67-34 loss in the the first round of the First State Bank Shootout at DeKalb County Schools Coliseum in Rainsville on Thursd…
Nothing could stop the Plainview boys from dialing up long-range shots, and once the offense started flowing freely, nothing could stop them from winning.
With both teams coming in undefeated, the third-ranked Collinsville girls basketball team still had a tall task ahead of it to topple top-ranked Pisgah.
Marie Woodall and Gracie Hicks finished with 11 points apiece for the Fyffe girls, as Pisgah used a strong third quarter to pull away with a 71-50 victory in the Sand Mountain Tournament championship at DeKalb County Schools Coliseum in Rainsville on Saturday night.
Cole Millican scored 31 points and Tristian Willingham had 26 points as the Plainview boys built a strong second half, rallying past Fyffe for an 81-74 win in the Sand Mountain Tournament championship at DeKalb County Schools Coliseum in Rainsville on Saturday night.
Jonah Williams scored 24 of his game-high 30 points from 3-point range as the No. 1 Plainview boys took command early and cruised to an 80-63 victory against No. 8 Pisgah in the quarterfinal round of the Sand Mountain Tournament at DeKalb County Schools Coliseum in Rainsville on Wednesday night.
Madison Myers scored 14 points and Marie Woodall had 13 points as the No. 2-ranked Fyffe girls held off No. 3 Plainview 54-48 at DeKalb County Schools Coliseum in Rainsville on Thursday night, advancing to the Sand Mountain Tournament championship game against No. 1 Pisgah. The Red Devils (9…
Alayna Chapman finished with a game-high 27 points, including six 3-pointers, to help the No. 5 Ider girls erase a 10-point, third-quarter deficit and beat No. 4 Sylvania 63-57 in the quarterfinal round of the Sand Mountain Tournament at DeKalb County Schools Coliseum in Rainsville on Tuesday.
Behind Hadley Hamilton’s 13 points and nine points apiece from Maggie McKinney and Brittany Rivera, the Collinsville girls basketball team beat Sand Rock 56-40 and improved to 9-0 on Tuesday night.
On the heels of the football team’s second-straight state championship, Fyffe’s cheerleading program continued its dynasty Saturday, winning its eighth consecutive Class 2A state title at Wallace State Community College in Hanceville.
Jesse Massey scored 24 points to lead the Ider boys basketball team to a 68-48 win against Richard Hardy Memorial in Ider on Thursday night.
When the Fort Payne wrestling team tied LaFayette (Ga.) at 42 in its second set of home matches last Thursday night, the winner was determined by criteria.
The Plainview girls rallied from a seven-point deficit at the start of the fourth quarter to beat Sylvania 58-55 at at DeKalb County Schools Coliseum on Tuesday night.
Jonah Williams drilled six 3-pointers and finished with 22 points, as the Plainview boys got off to a fast start and beat Etowah 83-67 at DeKalb County Schools Coliseum on Friday.
Kylie Neil finished with 15 points and four steals as four Fort Payne girls scored in double digits in a 61-32 win against DAR at Boaz’s Thanksgiving Classic on Monday afternoon.
The Scottsboro girls defended shots and forced turnovers, while extending their lead in the second half, pulling away and handing Geraldine a 55-38 loss at the Liberty Bank Thanksgiving Shootout in Geraldine on Monday afternoon.
Using good ball movement, the Ider girls kept finding open shooters and pulled away from the Appalachian Eagles for a 64-34 victory at the Liberty Bank Thanksgiving Shootout in Geraldine on Monday afternoon.
Isabelle Goggans shot 11 of 19 from the floor and made five 3-pointers in the Fort Payne girls’ 78-39 rout of White Plains in Anniston on Friday night.
Gracie Hicks led the Fyffe girls with 14 points, as four players reached double-digit scoring in a 67-58 victory against the Sand Rock Wildcats in Leesburg on Thursday night.
Trevor Butler had a game-high 15 points with nine rebounds and four steals, and Brody Smith scored eight points in the Sylvania boys’ 67-39 win against Ider in their season-opener Thursday night.