When the new ASWA softball rankings were released on Thursday, there was a familiar team gracing the top line in class 2A.
Lawrence County has had a hot start to the season under new head coach Courtney Lovelady. However, they hit a roadblock Thursday evening when they fell to Hatton 11-2.
In this county it’s always good to get a rivalry win and Lawrence County got their first one of the season when they picked up a big win over the East Lawrence Eagles.
The 2020 season will bring a lot of change for football in Lawrence County as it’s been two years since the last schedule change. Every 2 years there is a new realignment. With it comes new regions and schedules.
Sitting there after the game, they were trying to hold back the tears. Ty Hutto and Tayi Strickland sat having just finished their final game in Red Devil uniform. The emotions of what had just transpired were hitting hard.
Hatton's remarkable turnaround season came to a premature end Thursday night when the Hornets were stunned by Sheffield in the first round of the area tournament.
One of Lawrence County's best duos will be attending and playing football at the same University as Colton Johnson and Brody Franks both inked with Bethel Wednesday morning.
It's been a long time since he committed to Troy back in the summer of 2019, but on National Signing day Wednesday Hatton's Gage Saint officially became a Trojan when he inked his letter of intent with the in state school.
For the past three seasons Lawrence County and R.A. Hubbard have met in the county tournaments and then in the final game of the regular season two weeks later.
For the past two years, the R.A. Hubbard Chiefs had gotten the best of Lawrence County in the county tournament finals.
For the third straight year the R.A. Hubbard Chiefs will be making an appearance in the Lawrence County tournament finals. And for the third straight year the Chiefs are looking to bring the championship back to Courtland, Alabama.
For the third straight year the Hatton Lady Hornets were the top seed in the Lawrence County tournament, and for the third straight year they will be heading to the county finals.
When Tanner answered a Hatton three pointer with a buzzer beating three of their own just before halftime, no one knew how indicative that would be of things to come.
The seeding for the Lawrence County tournament is set and for the second time in three years, the Lawrence County boys basketball team will be the top seed in the tournament.