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.
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.
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.
RAINSVILLE — There was no shortage of runs for the Rainsville 7-8 year old all-stars at the Dixie Youth Baseball District 8 Tournament, and the end result was a trip to the state tournament.