Every team in Lawrence County will start the 2019 season with a different starting quarterback than they had in 2018.
Monday was quite possibly one of the hottest, if not the hottest, day of the summer, with temperatures really getting up there. With football season starting next week, there is no time to take days off so the Chiefs took the field Monday, in shorts and helmets.
Head coach Rich Dutton is entering his eighth season at Lawrence County this year, the longest consecutive tenure of any coach in the school’s history. However, just being a head coach won’t be his only duty in 2019.
Moving around with athleticism, Ty Hutto perfectly executes an RPO play. A few plays later he zips in a pass inside a tight window to Tayi Strickland.
If there was a reoccurring theme at the first day of fall camp for the Hatton Hornets, it was toughness. Maybe the word wasn’t thrown around a lot, but it was for sure the underlying message of the practice.
These days there is a lot of negativity in the world. The digital age, while super productive and useful, has also brought new ways to produce negativity. People love to hide behind profiles online and bash anything and anybody.
Hatton softball stars Emma Latham and Ashley Berryman received a high accolade Tuesday when they were selected to the NFCA’s, or National Fastpitch Coaches Association, South All-Region team.
Hatton is known for its’ girls athletics. Whether it’s softball, basketball, volleyball or even cross country, each sport has had its share of the limelight.
R.A. Hubbard head football coach Mac Hampton and Hatton head girl’s basketball coach Chasta Chamness have been selected as the male and female Moulton Advertiser coaches of the year.
The bats were alive and the balls were flying as Athletics for All annual special needs honor softball game went off without a hitch last Thursday.