Fort Payne High School had four rising seniors shine in Montgomery last week while leading their North All-Star squads in three sports at the AHSAA’s All-Star Sports Week.
Former Fort Payne Lady Wildcat and current Birmingham-Southern sophomore golfer Alexis Chambers wrapped up her season on a high point back in April with a pair of top-10 individual finishes in the Lady Panthers’ last two tournaments of the school year.
Six DeKalb County athletes were selected to represent the North All-Star teams in four different sports in the 23rd AHSAA North-South All-Star Sports Week from July 15-19 in Montgomery.
PRATTVILLE – Fort Payne juniors Harrison Davis and Dawson Garrett both qualified as individuals last week to compete in the AHSAA’s State Golf Championships Monday and Tuesday at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at Capitol Hill’s Legislator course and made the most out of that opportunity.
On Tuesday the Fort Payne Wildcats’ golf team accomplished the first step in their quest for a state title with a second-place finish at Canebrake Country Club in Athens.
The Fort Payne Wildcat golf team demolished the field at Hampton Cove Golf Course in Huntsville Monday by firing a 2-over par team score of 290.
Fort Payne junior golfer Dawson Garrett netted the first hole-in-one of his career Thursday at Terrapin Hills to help lift the Wildcats past TopCat rival Scottsboro.
The Northeast Alabama Community College is entering its second year of competition in golf with the NJCAA and will be conducting a tryout for the upcoming 2018-2019 men’s and women’s golf teams.
The Wildcat golfers capped off an excellent year with a fourth place showing at the state finals in Muscle Shoals. Fort Payne finished with a two-day score of 621 to trail Benjamin Russell, Homewood, and champion Muscle Shoals.
Only two teams would advance from the North Sub-State Tournament on Monday and the Fort Payne Wildcats were stuck in one of the toughest sections in the state.
DeKalb County’s Alabama and Auburn Alumni Associations will soon put their rivalry aside to raise money together at the annual Alabama-Auburn Shootout Golf Tournament at Terrapin Hill Country Club in Fort Payne.
If you are looking for a student athlete who serves as a great role model, look no further than Fort Payne High School senior Alexis Chambers.
The Fort Payne Wildcats’ golf team came extremely close to advancing to the state finals, but came up short with a third-place finish in the Sub-State round at Cypress Lakes Golf Club in Muscle Shoals.
The Fort Payne High School boys’ golf team are moving on to their Sub-State Tournament in Muscle Shoals on Monday after finishing third in their Sectional Tournament at Canebrake Golf Club in Athens.
The Fort Payne High School boys’ golf team fired their best score of the season thus far with a 297 to win the Hazel Green Invitational at the Hampton Cove Golf Course in Huntsville on Thursday.
Fort Payne’s Alexis Chambers shot a 77 to earn the top score in the girl’s division of Saturday’s Kickoff Classic golf tournament at Twin Bridges Golf Course in Gadsden.
The Fort Payne High School boys’ golf team was anxious to get back on the links after a third-place finish in their opening tournament in Montgomery last weekend.
Before head coach Nathan Wehunt took his young Wildcat golf team to Montgomery to participate in the 25th-annual Blue-Gray High School Golf Invitational Tournament, he said he would be pleased if the team logged a top ten finish.
FORT PAYNE — Fort Payne senior golfer and valedictorian Alexis Chambers signed a scholarship Wednesday to continue her education and golfing career at Birmingham-Southern College.
Former Fort Payne and UAB golfer Blake Watts competed in his first USGA Mid-Am earlier this week at the Stonewall Golf Club in Elverson, Pennsylvania against 263 other players from across the country.
Geraldine’s Logan Forrester and Fort Payne’s Elle Kate Patterson capped off their phenomenal seasons with top-10 finishes at the AHSAA State Golf Championships.
Fort Payne hosted Scottsboro in a regular season golf meet last week and the ‘Cats from Scottsboro squeaked by with a 160-162 victory — but Fort Payne had a chance for redemption Monday and Tuesday.
The ‘Cats finished the Bert McGriff Invitational Tournament at Teri Pines Golf Course in Cullman on April 4 with a team score of 340. It was the team’s the highest score yet.
PENSACOLA, Florida — Thirteen-year-old Dawson Garrett had the entire week off from school and the Fort Payne High School golf team, so he traveled to Pensacola, Florida, with family and friends to enjoy the break.
AUBURN – Former Fort Payne and Auburn All-SEC golfer Will McCurdy fired a 59 in the second round of the SwingThought.com Tour at Callaway Gardens’ par-72 Mountain View Course in Pine Mountain, Georgia, on Thursday.