Almost a year removed from their classic in the 2019 Lawrence County tournament, Lawrence County and Hatton put on another show.
Defense wins championships, and while any championship is still months away from being decided, it helped Hatton spoil Lawrence County's season opener Saturday night 39-26.
One of the top softball players in the county is no longer on the board as East Lawrence’s Briley Pitt signed to play her collegiate career at Northeast Mississippi.
The Lawrence County Red Devils came so close to securing the blue map Saturday night, but ultimately fell just short to Scottsboro in the 5A girls state cross country meet.
Lawrence County will be well represented this Saturday when it hosts the AHSAA cross country state meet as all three of its county teams will be running.
Hatton’s Brock Pace came up with a crucial interception in overtime that set the stage for Briley Kerby’s game-winning touchdown run as the Hornets defeated Clements 26-20 Friday night.
For 22 years the East Lawrence football program has had to live with a losing streak hanging over their heads like a rainy cloud.
Postseason cross country is here and the Lawrence County Red Devils made a statement last week at the Northwest championship held at the Oakville Indian Mounds.
It seems only fitting that the weather was a bad as it was Friday night as it perfectly reflected the Red Devils’ emotions on the evening.
Tuesday night a group of five seniors that had played a lot of volleyball for the Hatton Hornets played their last game on their home gym floor.
For the second year in a row, a game vs. the Clements Colts carried a lot of playoff weight for the East Lawrence Eagles. And for the second year in a row they came up short.
We’re past the halfway point of the high school football regular season and now is the time that teams begin to look at the playoff picture.
Three weeks ago Lawrence County had hit rock bottom, walking off the field at West Point after a 42-14 defeat trying to figure out where it had went wrong.
When Decatur’s last gasp field goal attempt faded off to the right Friday night, it was time to celebrate for the Lawrence County Red Devils.
The shiny floors of the new gym floor at Hatton High School reflected the big smiles of its’ players as the Lady Hornets dominated Decatur Heritage in a big area win Monday night.
The Hatton girl’s cross country team finished in first place of the Hartselle Invitational last Thursday, defeating Deshler by 11 points.