Winston/Marion Youth Leadership Academy bringing students from both counties together

Dr. Bill Bishop, director of administrative services for HCS and youth leadership sponsor Neina Middleton go over details of the academy with the two students chosen from HHS, Halle Tolbert and Ty Black.
HALEYVILLE - Students across schools in Winston and Marion counties are experiencing the first joint youth leadership academy encompassing the two counties in many years, training youth to become the leaders of tomorrow through community service.

HHS girls win over Carbon Hill, varsity boys lose in OT

Grayson Long comes around the corner for Haleyville, despite getting a knee to the chest.

HALEYVILLE - The Haleyville Lady Lions won by a commanding 45-27 over the Carbon Hill Lady Bulldogs Thursday, Dec. 6, at home.
The varsity boys lost a heartbreaker in overtime, 47-40.  The Lions were trailing 19-13 at halftime. By the end of the third period, the deficit had shrunk to only two points, 25-23. With 2.5 seconds showing on the clock in the game, a three-pointer by HHS’ Benjamin Lowman tied the game at 34-34, sending it in overtime.
Lowman was the leading scorer for the Lions with 21 points. Other scores include:
Grayson Long, 7