It’s going to be a new day for Lawrence County softball this year as head coach Josh Graham faces a challenge.
Lawrence County quarterback Austin Blankenship and R.A. Hubbard defensive lineman Ca’Ni McCoy have been selected as the 2018 Moulton Advertiser offensive and defensive players of the year.
For the second time in as many weeks R.A. Hubbard med East Lawrence at Hazlewood. And for the second time the Chiefs came away with the win.
Defense was the name of the game Thursday night as the top seeded Hatton Lady Hornets took home an opening win in the first round of the Lawrence County tournament.
R.A. Hubbard withstood a late second half rally and pulled away late for a 62-47 win over the East Lawrence Eagles in the first round of the Lawrence county tournament Thursday night.
In an opposite manner of their previous game, R.A. Hubbard started off slow but finished strong as they wrapped up a second win over West Morgan Thursday night.
Maybe the memory of the early season defeat still sat in their minds, but whatever the case, Tuesday’s meeting between R.A. Hubbard and East Lawrence went nothing like the first.
Earlier in the year Lawrence County saw a big lead turn into a loss when the Red Devils fell in a home contest to R.A. Hubbard.
R.A. Hubbard is right in the middle of the heart of basketball season, working to get their way back to the state tournament in Birmingham. However, while his focus is definitely on helping his team, one Hubbard player has another big decision to make.