Troy looking to regroup with trip to rival Auburn

While most people in the work force dread Monday’s, Troy head coach Bobby Pierce couldn’t wait for the new week to get here. Read more

Sweet sixteen

Sweet sixteen

It wasn’t pretty. It wasn’t clean. But Derek Irons will take a win anyway it comes. Read more

Errors doom Troy in blowout loss to Sun Belt leader Louisiana-Lafayette

While the run column on the scoreboard is the ultimate indication of who won or lost a baseball game, the error slot can tell the ... Read more

Goshen, CHHS, Zion Chapel to do battle in Ariton tourney

Three area softball teams will make the quick trek to Ariton this weekend to take part in a tournament before area play heats up. Read more

‘Just one of those days’

‘Just one of those days’

All Goshen head coach Robby Kinsaul could do Thursday afternoon was tip his hat to Elba, and get ready to play again. Read more

  1. Red hot Ragin’ Cajuns bring lofty ranking to Troy this weekend
  2. Zion Chapel rolls past New Brockton
  3. Stephens strikes out six as Trojans best Headland, 5-2
  4. Seven-run third inning lifts Auburn past Charles Henderson
  5. ‘Chance to be champs’
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Sports Columns

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

Smith: Lessons of Mayberry more important now than ever

Mayberry was a town in North Carolina - a fictional community - with only one traffic light, one long-distance telephone line, and a sheriff that ... Read more