HALEYVILLE - The Winston County Sports Hall of Fame Banquet for 2018 will be held Saturday, July 21, at 5:30 p.m. Cost is $20 per person, which includes a steak dinner. Tickets are on sale at Traders & Farmer Bank or at the door.
Inductees have been announced for the event. They include:
Addison - Dusty Hayes; Abe Rooks; Kim Rooks; David Powell (Special);
Haleyville - Jeff Rasbury; Jeff Burdge; Duffy Cordray; Kelly Rushing (Special);
Lynn - Anna Cagle; Brandon Kelley; Greg Griffith; Dreama Haley (Special);
Haleyville High School spring football practice ended last week. There were more than 70 young men who came out to be a part of it. Head coach and athletic director Todd McNutt said 75 signed up, with an average of 70 players per day showing up. The following 2018 football schedule has been announced:
8/24 @ Winfield
9/7 Oak Grove*
10/5 @ Curry*
10/12 @Good Hope*
11/2 @ Hamilton
MONTGOMERY - Addison Lady Bulldog head coach Lana Hines was just days away from having her second daughter, when she and her team traveled to Montgomery Wednesday, May 16, for the state softball playoffs They defeated Waterloo and lost to Sumiton Christian, who was in the championship game against Brantley, and Sweet Water.
AHS v. Waterloo
MUSCLE SHOALS - To finish the year in the top four in the state is something to be very proud of and that is exactly what the Haleyville High School golf team did.
The five-member team, which included Baylor Arnold, Jonathan Cagle, Jack Lawson, J.B. Miller and Rob Richards, with their coach Dusty Ball, traveled to the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail in Muscle Shoals Monday, May 14, and Tuesday, May 15, for state competition.
TUSCALOOSA - The Addison Lady Bulldogs won their regional tournament Friday, May 11, at Bowers Park in Tuscaloosa. The Lady Dawgs defeated South Lamar 5-4 and will play in the state tournament in Montgomery next week.
HALEYVILLE - The eighth annual Mark Forester Price of Freedom Race and Memorial Birthday walk events are scheduled for Saturday, May 19.
HALEYVILLE - The Haleyville Lady Lions captured the 4A Area 11 championship on Tuesday, May 1.
Haleyville Lady Lions weathered a scare by Fayette County in the 9 a.m. game, in the third inning where Haley-ville coughed up three runs, but Haleyville still won 7-4 on Tuesday. Fayette County's big inning was driven by a single by Brandy Johnson and a fielder's choice by Harley Johnson.
HALEYVILLE - Haleyville High School senior Jon Tate Lollar has been named to the prep footbll squad for the 59th North-South All-Star Game.
The North-South game will be played on Thursday, July 19, at Montgomery’s Cramton Bowl. Kick-off will be at 7 p.m. and will be live-streamed by the NFHS Network and broadcast by the AHSAA Radio Net-work.
ARLEY - The Meek Lady Tigers could not be beat in the Winston County softball tournament held at Meek High School, in Arley. They captured the championship title in two days of play on Monday, April 9, and Wednesday, April 11, undefeated. The double elimination games were originally scheduled for Friday, April 6, and Saturday, April 7, but had to be rescheduled due to inclement weather.
HALEYVILLE - The hours can’t be counted or the number of miles traveled Anna Blake Lowe has committed to sports since she was a little girl.
AB, as she is known to her family and friends, signed with Birmingham-Southern College to further her softball career. She will graduate in May from Haleyville High School.
Here's a roundup of scores from games played within our area Tuesday, Feb. 20. Scores found on MaxPreps.com and c2cschools.com:
Marion County 3, Hubbertville 1
Lynn 6, Vina 4
Hamilton, 6, Phil Campbell, 4
Addison 6, West Point 4
Muscle Shoals 3, Haleyville 0
DECATUR - The Cabela’s King Kat Tournament Trail is planning a stop in Decatur in March where as many as 100 anglers from across the United States are expected to compete. Hosted by Decatur Morgan County Tourism, the one-day tournament is set for Saturday, March 17, at Ingalls Harbor in Decatur.