Fall sports in Alabama will happen in 2020.
On Thursday at 1 p.m., the AHSAA will hold a press conference. It will be during this press conference that they will announce the official plans for the road map back to football this fall.
It’s been an offseason of total change in Lawrence County when it comes to boy’s basketball. Three of the county’s four teams have been looking for new coaches to lead their programs. Hatton announced the hire of former All State player Justin Henley and East Lawrence decided to go with form…
The argument of whether or not there should be a shot clock in high school basketball has caused much debate in Alabama, especially in recent years.
The AHSAA met with its Fall Sports and Football Coaches’ Committees Tuesday through an online virtual meeting and heard updates from the AHSAA Medical Advisory Board Committee and the Alabama State Department of Education.
One of the most anticipated press conferences in the state took place Friday morning when State Superintendent Dr. Eric Mackey took the stage to address the state’s road map to reopening schools.
Earlier this year back at the end of April we put together a list outlining some of the games we thought were going to be the biggest of the 2020 high school football season.
With workouts starting a few weeks ago, we’re barreling towards the start of football practice, which according to new rules, will be allowed to start as early as July 27 this year.
Youth sports have been stuck in limbo since the temporary shutdown that started back in late March and ran through April. Sports weren’t allowed to take place during that time, but with things opening back up, the question arose about whether or not youth sports could start back late.
It was believed that after the Lawrence County Red Devils’ successful 27-5 season, the hall of fame co head coach duo of Gary Steadman and Royal Carpenter would step down.
Covid-19 has unfortunately forced the cancellation of our spring sports, giving us not much to look forward to. April is not really the time to be looking ahead to football, but we haven’t been really given a choice. In these days of self isolation with our sports taken away we are in desper…
Garrett Fahrmann isn’t sure what he will be doing Wednesday evening, but he knows what he would like to be doing.
Unfortunately, through all the craziness in recent weeks, the buzz surrounding the hire of East Lawrence’s new football hire has been sort of lost in the shuffle.
The coronavirus has already forced the AHSAA’s hand by canceling the spring sports for the year. But the virus is also affecting other sports. One of those being Alabama’s top sport, football.
Since the outbreak of Covid-19, or the Coronavirus, it’s been tough on citizens in the United States. Residents have found themselves stuck in the house more often than not, which gets really boring very quickly. It’s also been tough on people as many of the sports that had grown accustomed …
The Hatton Hornets entered this season poised for a successful campaign under coach Chasta Chamness after making it to the Northwest Regional semifinals last season.
The United States has been hunkering down for pretty much the whole month of March. Other countries around the world that were hit prior to the US have seemed to peak and have seen their numbers in new cases begin to decline. Hopefully that will continue, and hopefully the same will happen h…
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.