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Charles Henderson advances to second round

With a pair of wins on Saturday, Charles Henderson advanced to the second round of the Alabama High School Athletic Association baseball of playoffs for ... Read more

No fun Friday

No fun Friday

Statewide rainout pushes AHSAA baseball playoffs to Saturday Derek Irons had Friday’s date circled on his calendar for weeks. But his game day excitement changed ... Read more

Winner, winner

Winner, winner

Despite leading 1-0 throughout the game, Zion Chapel head coach Chelsi Jones was looking for one solid base knock in the sixth inning to give ... Read more

Charles Henderson prepares for first round Trojan War

For the 16th straight season, the Charles Henderson Trojans are in the state title hunt. Read more

Bedsole familiar with Dawgs’ first round opponent

Pike County head coach Jim Bedsole might know the ins and outs of the Slocomb baseball field better than anyone else. Read more

  1. Silent night
  2. Two Charles Henderson archers qualify for Nationals
  3. McCollough: NCAA deserves pat on the back for finally doing something right
  4. Game inside a game
  5. Heavy rain forces Goshen/Elba softball game to Wednesday
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McCollough: NCAA deserves pat on the back for finally doing something right

Shabazz Napier griped. The world listened. Read more

This ain’t your granddad’s golf tournament

On my list of “sports to watch” golf is down the list a ways. It is sandwiched between UFC and soccer (albeit miles ahead of ... Read more

McCollough: Instant replay will get the call right, save managers some cash

If you watched a baseball game on Opening Day you were part of history whether you realized it or not. Read more

McCollough: Opening Day should be recognized as national holiday

I will never forget the trip to my first, and thus far only, Opening Day. Read more

How good would the baseball team be if Troy had only one high school?

Just two miles separate Butch Austin Field and Hogan’s Hole. Read more