Addison’s football season ends with 20-13 loss to North Sand Mountain

Caleb Crider runs behind his blockers Friday night in the first half. Crider was injured with about three minutes left in the second quarter and was taken to Cullman Regional Medical Center by ambulance.

ADDISON - A seven point margin ended the Addison Bulldogs’ football season Friday, Nov. 8. The Bulldogs (8-3, 5-1) lost to the North Sand Mountain Bison (9-3, 5-2) by a score of 20-13 in the first round of the state playoffs. The Bison will play Westbrook Christian this Friday night.
The Bulldogs  held North Sand Mountain on the initial possession, taking over control of the ball at the AHS 36.

G.W. Long beats out Lady Bulldogs for state title

The 2019 2A State runners-up Addison Lady Bulldogs. Pictured on the front row from left: Bracie Rodgers, Addisyn Smothers, Lexie Cunningham and Anna Grace Luker. Back row: Head Coach Kayla Woodard, Macey Butler, Callie Crider, Savannah Manley, Sunny Snoddy, Bailee Ory, Gracie Manley and Assistant Coach Pam Wilkins.

BIRMINGHAM - The  Addison High School Lady Bulldogs (49-15) came up one match short of the seventh straight state title Thursday, Oct. 31, at The Crossplex in Birmingham. But they did take claim to the state runner-up honor.
What is considered as an upset, G.W. Long (49-6), the team that eliminated the Winston County Lady Jackets from the tournament, defeated Addison three sets to one. Addison won the first match 25-18, but G.W. Long went three straight, 25-21, 25-22 and 25-15. This was Long’s first state volleyball title.

Lady Bulldogs on track for #7; WCHS, Phillips qualify for state tourney

North Regional Champions Addison Lady Bulldogs: front row, from left: Addisyn Smothers, Bracie Rodgers, Lexie Cunningham, Anna Grace Luker. Back row: Hadley Butler, assistant Pam Wilkins, Callie Crider, Abby Waldrep, Macey Butler, Savannah Manley, Sunny Snoddy, Bailee Ory, Gracie Manley, Katie Barrett Head Coach Kayla Woodard.

HUNTSVILLE - It was smooth sailing for the feared and revered Addison Lady Bulldogs (47-14). The 2018 2A state volleyball champions won the 2019 north regional tournament Saturday, Oct. 26,  at the Von Braun Center, in Huntsville.
The ladies did not lose a set throughout the tournament. They played against Cold Springs in the first round on Thursday, Oct. 24, winning 25-2, 25-13, 25-6.
In the quarterfinals, Addison blew past Fyffe 25-13, 25-12, 25-15.
Friday saw Addison playing Cedar Bluff in the semi-finals. The Lady Bulldogs won 25-19, 25-6, 25-20.

Addison wins area volleyball title; WCHS runner-up

The Addison Lady Bulldogs captured the 2019 2A Area 13 title on Tuesday, Oct. 22. Pictured on the front row from left are: Addisyn Smothers, Bracie Rodgers, Lexie Cunningham and Anna Grace Luker. Back row: Macey Butler, Callie Crider, Savannah Manley, Sunny Snoddy, Bailey Ory and Gracie Manley.

ADDISON - The Addison Lady Bulldogs captured the 2019 2A Area 13 title on Tuesday, Oct. 22, at Addison.
Addison defeated Sulligent in the first match, with Winston County putting down Tharptown. This left the AHS v. WCHS show down, with Addison going three straight sets.
WCHS stats for the the area tournament are: Mackenzie Blackwood, 35 kills, 8 aces;
Ella Moore, 4 blocks, 2 kills;
Makayla Lindsey, 6 kills, 1 ace;
Brenna Wakefield, 6 aces, 3 blocks, 1 kill;
Elle Donaldson, 10 digs, 1 ace;
Jassmine Ergle, 5 blocks, 2 kills;

Addison shuts out Hatton 43-0

HATTON - The Addison Bulldogs concluded the 2019 regular football season in fine style Thursday, Oct. 23, routing the Hatton Hornets 43-0.
The Dawgs got on the board quickly to start the game on an 80-yard kickoff return, courtesy of Grant Rice.  Rice was good for a 58-yard touchdown run later in the first quarter, then Rice completed a pass to Luke Chambers from 24-yards out for the Dawgs’ third score of the first quarter.  All two-point tries failed  throughout the game, but the Dawgs were up 18-0 to end the first quarter.

AHS homecoming court

Pictured is the 2019 Addison High School homecoming queen Macey Butler, along with her court. From l-r: Callie Crider, Ivey Howse, Savannah Manley, Butler, Chloe Brockwell, Rheagan Holland and Savannah Lynn

Addison claims Winston County VB champs title

In the championship match, Winston County’s Mackenzie Blackwood goes for the kill, as Addison’s two sisters Savannah (13) and Gracie (16) Manley go for the block. Also shown in the background is Makayla Lindsey (21).

DOUBLE SPRINGS  -  The reigning 2018 2A volleyball state champions are now the 2019 Winston County champs. Addison won the title Saturday, Oct. 12, at Winston County High School.
Addison defeated Lynn in the first varsity match of the morning, 25-5, 25-11, 25-5.
The WCHS Lady Jackets defeated Meek in the second match of the morning by a score of 25-18, 27-25 and 25-16.
The championship match featured AHS and Winston County High School, with Addison winning 25-11, 25-17, 20-25, 25-13.
Stats for the Addison Lady Bulldogs for the tournament include:

Addison outpowers Meek, Sulligent in three straight

Senior Savannah Manley is up at the net on a kill for the Addison Lady Bulldogs. She had a total of 19 kills in both matches, 2 digs, 5 blocks and 4 aces.

ADDISON - The Addison Lady Bulldogs put the hammer down, destroying Meek and Sulligent  in three straight sets for each match. Scores for the Meek match were: 25-6, 25-10 and 25-16.
The Lady Dawgs defeated Sulligent 25-9, 25-10 and 25-11 on Thursday, Sept. 19.
Bulldog stats for Meek and Sulligent combined were: Savannah Manley, 19 kills, 2 digs, 5 blocks, 4 aces;
Callie Crider, 12 kills, 11 digs, 2 blocks, 3 aces;
Addisyn Smothers, 15 kills, 5 digs, 2 blocks, 3 aces;
Sunny Snoddy, 9 kills, 3 digs, 1 block, 2 aces;