Caleb Suggs Sports Editor
This Friday, Christmas comes early for some basketball fans as R.A. Hubbard will travel to Decatur Heritage in a game of potential 1A state title contenders.
It was a wild start and an even wilder finish Thursday, but so is the case in most Lawrence County and East Lawrence games.
It’s just November, which means we’re still a couple months away from the Lawrence County basketball tournament. That being said, the tournament is already starting to take shape three weeks into the season.
Anyone familiar with Lawrence County and its history knows that basketball is a big deal in the county. The Lawrence County tournament is one of the most historic in the state and all the teams here have had their success throughout the years. But while these days most of the focus is put on…
Looking back on it, May 19 started off pretty good for Lawrence County sophomore, soon to be junior, Ty Hutto. His Red Devils were competing in a football spring game tournament against Central Clay County and Gardendale, and Hutto was splitting time at safety and quarterback. Hutto played g…
Ty Parker and Jaxson Mitchell combined to rush for nearly 250 yards and five touchdowns Friday as Hatton closed out the season with a 41-6 win over Clements.
R.A. Hubbard forced four turnovers and scored four touchdowns as the Chiefs rolled over cross county foe East Lawrence 31-6 Friday. It was the first meeting between the two since 1998.
Oakville played host to the Northwest Regional championship this past Thursday, it's last regular race before hosting the state tournament on November 10.
Whenever DJ Jones would visit the small town by the creek in north Lawrence County to see family, he used to always swing by the football field where he once played.
It went about as bad as it could go Friday night for the Lawrence County Red Devils. The culmination of a season full of close calls and adversity came crashing down on the Devils as they fell to Corner 33-14.
Two of Lawrence County’s schools saw their volleyball seasons end early Thursday. Both Lawrence County and Hatton fell in the first round of the regional tournament in Huntsville, played at the Von Braun Center, by scores of 3-0.
The Lawrence County Red Devils started postseason play with a bang Monday night, claiming the area championship and a spot in the regional tournament starting Thursday in Huntsville.
Clayton Perry scored from three yards out with 45 seconds left to play to propel East Lawrence past Phil Campbell in Class 3A, Region 8 play Friday.
The Lawrence County Red Devils came up short Friday during a road trip to Hamilton. The loss doesn’t eliminate them from the playoffs, but puts them in a must win situation next week.
The Hatton Hornets rolled to a big win Friday night. Actually, ran to a big win would be the better term as the Hornets dominated on the ground to pick up the win.
The Lawrence County Red Devils took home the volleyball county championship Wednesday with a win over Hatton in the county tournament finals. The tournament took place at East Lawrence High School.