The Hatton Hornets have had a pretty good 2019-20 campaign so far, but they’ve still been missing that signature win.
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.
The 2019 football season saw several county football players have big statistical seasons.
It's rare that you get to see a matchup of two brothers coaching opposite one another, especially when said brothers coach teams in different states.
In a shocking twist, the East Lawrence Eagles went from 3A to 4A in the new reclassifications that were sent out by the AHSAA Tuesday morning.
Unfortunately, the game varsity girls game between Lawrence County and Hamilton will not be remembered much for the game that ended in a 49-45 Hamilton win, but rather for the scary turn of events that happened at the end.
The Hatton Hornets picked up their biggest win of the season on the final day of the Thanksgiving tournament played at Lawrence County High School last week.
After a tough first day at the Thanksgiving tournament held at Lawrence County High School, which saw the Chiefs forced to play two games with just six players, Hubbard bounced back in a big way in during day two.
2019 was a special season for the East Lawrence Eagles’ football team. In fact, it was the kind special that hadn’t been seen in over two decades.
Despite a second game setback against Elkmont that resulted in their first loss of the season, the Lawrence County Red Devils were still able to pull the victory in the Thanksgiving tournament hosted at their school last week.
Outside the rain hadn't arrived yet in Trinity, Alabama. However, inside the East Lawrence gym it was raining three pointers as the Lawrence County Red Devils blitzed the East Lawrence Eagles with the outside shot.
With blue and red maps lining the table, one of Lawrence County’s most decorated athletes signed her national letter of intent Tuesday morning to move on to the next level.
One of the most decorated players in Hatton softball history is no longer on the board as a recruit as Ashley Berryman signed her letter of intent to play for the Wallace State Lions Monday afternoon.