Haleyville

Trophy case, patriotic mural honor Late Sr. Airman Mark Forester


From left, Haleyville High School Principal Davey Reed, art student Anna Reyes and Ray Forester are proud of the new trophy case and patriotic mural honoring Ray's son, Senior Airman Mark Forester, who was killed in the line of duty in 2010.
HALEYVILLE - What began as an expansion of the Haleyville High School nurse's station thanks to state windfall monies has led to a multi-faceted project displaying student talent as a memorial to Sr. Airman Mark Forester, who was killed in the line of duty in 2010.

Haleyville getting a pediatrician


Dr. Brooke Bailey Goar, left and Ashley Pool, COO of Lakeland Community Hospital in Haleyville.
HALEYVILLE - During the Business & Professional Women's Club meeting at Lakeland Community Hospital in Haleyville Wednesday, Feb. 12, Lakeland COO Ashley Pool announced that Dr. Brooke Bailey Goar will be opening a pediatric practice at Lakeland Community Hospital.

Haleyville Lions advance to regional play; Meek eliminated by Pickens County

The Haleyville Lions  (14-17) defeated Danville (17-10) Tuesday, Feb. 11, by a score of 52-37, to advance to regional competition at Wallace State Community College in Hanceville. The Lions will face West Limestone (14-12) at 10:30 a.m. Monday, Feb. 17.

The Meek Tigers were eliminated in subregion play Tuesday, Feb. 11, by Pickens County by a score of 103-47.

 

 

Haleyville boys and girls area tournament action


Clay Blanton takes a jump shot for HHS in action against Cordova on Tuesday, Feb. 4.

HALEYVILLE - The Haleyville High School boys and girls teams secured area titles last week. The Lions took down Cordova and Curry, with the Lady Lions winning against Curry and Fayette. The girls hosted the subregion Monday, Feb. 10, against St. John Paul II Catholic and the boys hosted Danville on Tuesday, Feb. 11. Scores were not available by presstime.
In the Curry game, Catie Aldridge led the scoring for the ladies with 13 points, Tesley Callahan had 12, with Reagan Kutis, 10. Mae Boyles put in 5, followed by Molly Gilbert and Madison Caine with 2 apiece.