WCSHoF Meek school inductees

HALEYVILLE - The annual Winston County Sports Hall of Fame will be held Saturday, July 20, at the Haleyville Elementary School cafetorium. Tickets will be $20 for the steak dinner and may be purchased at the branches of Traders and Farmers Bank or at the door.
Tony Giles, the “Voice of the Crimson Tide” at Bryant-Denny Stadium and Coleman Coliseum, will be the master of ceremonies. The keynote speaker will be Tyler Watts, former Alabama quarterback.
The following are the inductees from Meek High School:

Meek celebrates softball senior night

The Meek Lady Tigers recently celebrated their seniors. Pictured to the left are the six seniors. Front row, from left: Autumn Peek, Kari Brannon and Esther Dake. Back row: Brooke Cleghorn, Emma Fincher and Bailee Fincher. The seniors were recognized with their parents and guardians and presented gifts. Congratulations Lady Tigers.

Addison Bulldogs eliminate Meek 13-1 in Winston County Baseball Tournament

LYNN - The Addison Bulldogs baseball team easily did away with Meek 13-1 on Monday, April 15.
The Bulldogs got things started in the first inning. AHS scored two runs when Jake Wilson singled.
Addison notched five runs in the second inning. Hayden Lee, Wilson, Ty Tuggle, and Colten Tyree all moved runners across the plate with RBIs in the inning.
Lee led the Bulldogs to victory on the mound. He allowed six hits and one run over five innings, striking out four.

Meek Lady Tigers runners-up in Winston County Softball Tournament

The Meek Lady Tigers are the runnersup in the 2019 Winston County Softball Tournament. Front row, from left are: Autumn Peek, Esther Dake, Brook Cleghorn, Kari Brannon, Bailee Fincher and Emma Fincher. Back row: Head Coach Mike Ragsdale, LaKota Alden, Kalin Rivers, Madison Smith, Coach Donnie Price, Kortney Lane, Hannah Taylor, Nikki Yoshiwara, Abby Phillips, Savannah Smith, Coach Clifton Rudd, Dani Cotton, Madyson Pirkle, Jessie Woodard and Coach Sherry Fincher.

Meek wins 11-2 over Lynn to get to championship

LYNN - The Lynn Lady Bears were the final obstacle for the Meek Lady Tigers Saturday, April 6, to get to the championship round against undefeated Addison in the Winston County Softball Tournament held at Lynn High School. The Lady Tigers battled their way through the losers bracket after getting beaten by Addison on Friday. Meek put Lynn out of the tournament by a score of 11-2.

Meek eliminates WCHS in Saturday morning play

Meek Head Coach Mike Ragsdale talks to his ladies in the pitcher’s circle.

LYNN - Both teams were strong in the circle on Saturday, April 6, in the Winston County Softball Tournament,  but Meek was just a little bit stronger at the plate in a victory over Winston County Lady Yellow Jackets.
Ally Blackston started the game for the Winston County Lady Yellow Jackets and recorded 18 outs in the pitcher’s circle. She lasted six innings, allowing four hits and three runs while striking out four and walking one.
Autumn Peek was on the rubber for Meek. She went seven innings, allowing zero runs on four hits and striking out two.

Meek clinches lead in seventh inning to defeat Winston County Jackets

DOUBLE SPRINGS - The Meek Tigers baseball team stole the lead late in the game in a 9-8 victory over the Winston County Yellow Jackets on Saturday, March 16.
The game was tied at six, with Meek batting in the top of the seventh. Jagger Benson singled on a 0-2 count, scoring a run.
WCHS scored five runs in the second inning., with William Holt, Austin Owens, Dante Smith and Zach Hernandez all drove in runs.
The Yellow Jackets took an early lead in the second inning. An error scored a run for WCHS.

Tigers lead early in Lynn defeat

LYNN - The Meek Tigers jumped out to an early lead over Lynn and took home a 6-3 victory Tuesday, March 19. The Tigers scored on a single by Nelson Martin in the first inning and a error in the second inning.
Lynn evened thing up at one in the bottom of the first when Harris grounded out, scoring a run.
After Meek scored two runs in the top of the seventh, Lynn answered with two of their own.  Meek’s Bryson Hudson singled on a 0-1 count, scoring a run.