HUNTSVILLE — No. 3 Geraldine posted a 4-0 record to win the Class 3A North Volleyball Super Regional on Friday at the Von Braun Center. It’s the program’s first Super Regional title.
The 2019-2020 Williams Avenue Cross Country and the Fort Payne Middle School Cross Country Teams placed first across the board at the 6th Annual DeKalb County Youth Trail Run that was held at the Fort Payne High School Stadium.
DC Inferno is wrapping up their 5th year running the soccer program in Fort Payne. The teams are made up of children from all over DeKalb County and several players are from our surrounding counties.
Fort Payne’s youth wrestling program had 11 young grapplers place fourth or better in their weight classes at the Alabama Youth Wrestling Organization’s state championship meet last Saturday at Thompson High School.
The Fort Payne Aquacats recently wrapped up their season recently with several fast times at their district meet and sent one relay team to their state meet.
RAINSVILLE – Over 40 local boys and girls ranging from first to sixth grade worked with the Plainview Bears’ state championship coaching staff over the past three days at their fifth annual “FUN”damentals basketball camp.
Fyffe boys’ basketball coach Neal Thrash and several of his players helped build the area’s next great basketball players this week at their “future stars” basketball camp at Mike Cochran Gymnasium.
Fort Payne High School is hosting a youth football camp to help teach safer football playing techniques that aim to prevent injuries while not sacrificing any of the game’s physicality.
Bobby Ledbetter of Twin City Used Car Sales recently helped Fort Payne’s youth wrestling program in a massive way by lending the team a new home to practice in.
Fort Payne’s A-Team in the North Alabama Youth Football League overcame a fourth-quarter deficit Saturday to win their Super Bowl against Guntersville 20-12 at Albertville’s McCord Field.
The Fort Payne Aquacats swim team wrapped up their 2017 season over the weekend when six of their athletes competed for state championships at the Alabama Recreation and Parks Association State Meet at the Opelika Crossplex.
RAINSVILLE – Plainview High School’s basketball coaching staff hosted more than 60 elementary school students from several towns throughout the area at their fourth-annual fundamental basketball camp from Monday through Wednesday.
FORT PAYNE – Fort Payne’s annual youth basketball camp wrapped up Friday afternoon at the Wills Valley Recreation Center where 35 participants worked on fundamentals of the game with Fort Payne’s coaching staff along with two former greats for the Lady ‘Cats.
Fort Payne’s high school basketball program will host their Stars of Tomorrow Individual Basketball Camp from May 31 – June 2 at the Wills Valley Recreation Center.
For the first time ever, a Fort Payne 8-under All-Star team has qualified to compete with the best teams in the state at the Alabama Recreation and Parks Association State Tournament in Gadsden.
Three Fyffe youth football teams made it to their conference championship games last week and two of them advanced to play in their league championship games on Saturday.
The Armory, a fast pitch softball training facility in Albertville, will be holding tryouts for an 8-under, 10-under and 16-under team for this fall and next summer’s softball seasons.
Dekalb County middle school students Harley Wilkins and Joanna Hammett competed at the National Junior High Finals Rodeo last week in Lebanon, Tennessee.
Geraldine’s Joanna Hammett and Plainview’s Harley Wilkins have posted impressive times while competing against qualifiers from around the country in events at the National Junior High Finals Rodeo in Lebanon, Tennessee.
The North Alabama Baseball Academy 10-U Nationals won their second-straight tournament last weekend at the Baseball Player’s Association Alabama State Tournament.
Harley Wilkins, a 12-year-old sixth grader from Plainview, and her horse, Mitzy, have qualified to compete in the 2016 National Junior High School Rodeo Finals.