Winston County’s history on display at Bankhead House

At the opening reception for the Winston County history display at the Bankhead House in Jasper are, from left, Mimi Hudson, Bankhead House Executive Director; Winston County Genealogical Society Member Treva Hood, Barbara Medders, Bankhead House coordinator; Paul Kennedy, Walker Area Community Foundation president; Winston County Genealogical Society Member Pat Taylor and Theresa Snoddy, J.D. Snoddy, Larry Welton and Blythe Welton, Winston County Arts Council members.
JASPER - The history of Winston County is vast and varied, and now a stately collection of historical artifacts representing the entirety of the county is on display at one location.

Haleyville drops loss to 6A Jasper

Hayden Tidwell holds a Jasper runner close at first base.

HALEYVILLE - The Haleyville Lions could not get their bats going in the second game on Saturday, Feb. 22. They lost to Jasper 13-1. The Lions lost 4-3 in extra innings to Deshler earlier that morning.
Jasper scored six runs in the sixth inning. Jasper's big inning was driven by a walk by Kaden Shelton, a fielder's choice by Braxton Turnbow, an error on a ball put in play by Jon Burton, and a double by Shelton.

Lions drop double header to Jasper

Scott McAlpine comes into homeplate after hitting a homerun in the sixth inning. His teammates greet him with congratulations.

HALEYVILLE -  The Haleyville Lions dropped a double header Friday, March 15, by the slimmest of margins to the Jasper Vikings. HHS lost 3-2 in the first game and 4-3 in the second.
Ben Lowman started the first game for Haleyville, recording nine outs.  He took the loss. Lowman lasted three innings, allowing three hits and two runs while striking out three. John Whiteside finished the last four innings, with three strikeouts.
Tyler Thomasson was credited with the victory for Jasper.

Lions baseball drops loss to Jasper

Junior Caleb Williams on the mound for the Haleyville High School Lions in action Tuesday, Feb. 26, at home against Jasper. Williams came in to the game in relief for John Whiteside.

HALEYVILLE - The Haleyville High School varsity baseball team hosted Jasper Thursday, Feb. 26. The Lions lost 11-6.
John Whiteside started out on the mound, going three innings. Caleb Williams came in at relief, working an inning. Senior pitcher Scott McAlpine closed out the sixth and seventh.