Sports

Troy baseball prepares for season opener

Troy University baseball will open up its 2015 season Friday with a four-game homestand against Northwestern State at Riddle-Pace Field. Read more

Troy women look to win second-straight game Thursday against South Alabama

Coming off of its highest offensive output all season one week ago against Appalachian State, the Troy women are looking to orchestrate yet another winning ... Read more

Troy men hope to get on track against South Alabama

Following a season-long three-game road stretch, the Troy men’s basketball team will return to Trojan Arena Thursday night to face off with in-state rival South ... Read more

Fan vote to decide cover of The Catch Diamond Edition Magazine.

High school football fans around the area will soon have the opportunity to play sports editor. Read more

Troy women host Play 4Kay game

The Troy women’s basketball team announced it will host its first Play 4Kay basketball game Saturday during its 2 p.m., matchup against UL-Lafayette at Trojan ... Read more

  1. Pike County advances to Regional Semi-Finals in Dothan with win over T.R. Miller
  2. Charles Henderson girls dominate B.C. Rain, advance in state playoffs
  3. Pike County tops Abbeville for Region 4 title
  4. Troy men win second-straight road game, defeat Arkansas State 69-64
  5. Trojans fall in Arkansas
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The girls can ball, too

If there is one thing that Troy-area women’s’ and girls’ athletics has taught us this past year, it’s that “playing like a girl” is not ... Read more

New era for the MLB?

Out with the old, in with the new. That’s the sentiment, it seems, two months into the 2015 MLB season. Read more

Signing Day is here

Football junkies and internet message board nerds rejoice: Today is National Signing Day. Read more

Holohan: Thanks, Stu

Longtime and legendary ESPN SportsCenter anchor Stuart Scott, as we all know by now, passed away last Sunday. Read more

Holohan: Playoffs made 2014 season even better

Well, it’s time. It’s what we’ve all been clamoring for. No, it’s what we’ve all been demanding for years on end. Read more