Lady Jackets top Addison 4-2

ADDISON - The Winston County Lady Yellow Jackets traveled to Addison to take on their arch rival Thursday, March 11. The Lady Dawgs got one more hit than the Lady Jackets, but that didn’t translate into enough runs, and Winston County came out the 4-2 winner.

Oakman wins LHS Invitational SB tourney

Macayla Wilkins goes for the tag at home plate for the Addison Lady Bulldogs.

By Melica Allen
LYNN - Thirteen teams participated in the Lynn High School Invitational Softball Tournament Friday, Feb. 28, and Saturday, Feb. 29. Teams participating included Tharptown, Addison, Dora and Oakman in Pool A; Meek, Vina, Sulligent JV and Winston County, Pool B; Lynn, Hackleburg, Fayette, Sulligent and Fultondale in Pool C.

Sartin signs with Bevill State to play softball

Anna Lacy Sartin is pictured with her parents, Shannon and Kellie Sartin, on signing day Sunday, Dec. 1, in the HHS library.

By Melica Allen
HALEYVILLE - Anna Lacy Sartin will be joining the Bevill State Community College’s softball team next fall.
The Haleyville High School senior will be on the pitching staff at the Sumiton campus.

Alabamian softball All-Star team

Jessy Woods, Coach of the Year, Lynn

Lynn High School softball head coach Jessy Woods has been named the Alabamian's Coach of the Year. All-Star members include:

Addison - Macey Butler, Anna Grace Luker and Destiny Walker

Haleyville - Ana Aaron, Hailie Moody and Lauran Wilcoxson

Lynn - Ashley Aldridge, Hannah Alsup, Breanna Barton and Sadie Tittle

Meek - Bailee Fincher, Emma Fincher and Autumn Peek

Phillips - Lexie Dishner and Amber Markham

Winston County - Katelyn Bullock, Elle Donaldson, Jassmine Ergle and Makayla Lindsey.

Haleyville softball wins games

The Haleyville Lady Lions hosted a round robin softball tournament with Danville, Hatton and Muscle Shoals on Wednesday, June 19. The Lady Lions won games against Hatton and Muscle Shoals. Above HHS head coach Whitney Webb and her crew are in the dugout with a batter up to the plate. See more photos in Alabamian's Wednesday, June 26, edition.