Ray named to 60th North-South All-Star football game

MONTGOMERY – North-South all-star squads for the upcoming 60th AHSAA North-South All-Star Football Game have been selected. The two 37-memeber teams comprised of 2019 graduating seniors were announced by Jamie Lee Director of the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association .
The North-South game will be played Thursday, July 18, at Montgomery’s Cramton Bowl. Kickoff will be at 7 p.m. The annual game will be live-streamed by the NFHS Network and broadcast by the AHSAA Radio Network.

Meek wins 8-6 over Lady Bulldogs

Kailyn Rivers slides into home. Lady Bulldog catcher Sam Brannon goes for the tag.

ARLEY - The Meek Lady Tigers and Addison Lady Bulldogs not only battled each other Wednesday, March 13, at MHS, but a very brisk, blustery wind. The Lady Tigers won by a score of 8-6. Pitcher Autumn Peek got the win, with Anna Grace Luker taking the loss.
Addison got on the scoreboard first, starting off with a single by Destiny Walker. A sacrifice bunt by  Macey Butler moved Walker to second, where Anna Grace Luker’s triple to right scored Walker to give AHS a 1-0 in the top of the first.

Wilkins scores 1000th point

ADDISON - Logan Wilkins, a 6’4” sophomore on Addison High School basketball team , has accomplished a milestone. Wilkins hit his 1000th points against Falkville. He had 18 points and 14 rebounds on the night. He is the son of Tony and Pam Wilkins.

Addison Ladies Club giving back to the community, one project at a time

Members of the newly formed Addison Ladies Club are on a mission to give back to Addison and the surrounding communities through a host of projects. From l-r: Heather Denson, Lori Hammack, Shea Williams, Melissa Cleghorn, Sharon Naylor, Lacey Hill, Vanessa Rice, president; Wendy Isom, treasurer; Shelonda Hayes and Samantha Crooks.
ADDISON - A new civic club in Addison is already making a huge difference in many residents’ lives, and members are hoping that their opportunities to give back to their community will only continue to grow.

Lady Bulldogs win in area action against WCHS

Ella Moore goes for the ball under the goal.

RED BAY - The Addison Lady Bulldogs claimed a 53-38 victory over county rival Winston County Monday, Feb. 4, in the first round of area play at Red Bay High School.
AHS faced Red Bay for the championship title on Friday, Jan 7.
The Lady Bulldogs lead the entire game, with scoring by quarters as follows: 14-7, 26-11, 44-25 and 53-38.

Jefferson inks scholarship with Wallace State

Natalie Jefferson signed a volleyball scholarship with Wallace State Friday, Jan 11. The event was held in the Addison High School library with family, teamates and friends in attendance. Pictured above on the front row is Jefferson with her parents, Nikka and Tab Jefferson. Back row from left are AHS assistant coach Susie Brewer, head coach Kayla Woodard, assistant coach Pam Wilkins, Wallace State head volleyball coach Randy Daniel and AHS Principal Micah Smothers.

ADDISON - Natalie Jefferson will go from being a Lady Bulldog to a Lady Lion this fall. Jefferson, a three-time state champion volleyball setter with Addison High School, has signed a scholarship with Wallace State Community College.
She has played volleyball six years at AHS, garnering three state championships. She has also played club volleyball four years with Net Force Volleyball with Erika Pifer from Samford University and one year with Randy Daniel’s Smith Lake Juniors. Daniel is the head volleyball coach for Wallace State.

Lynn takes win over Addison in double OT; Addison Lady Bulldogs put one in the win column over Lady Bears

Lynn Bear Brandon Hill is double teamed by Addison’s Kendrick Smith (10) and Eli Howse on a shot to the goal.

ADDISON - The Addison and Lynn basketball game played out as expected Monday, Jan. 14, at the AHS gym. The two competitive teams shot it out until the Lynn Bears won in double overtime 68-62.
The Bulldogs’ Lance Wilkins, who had 17 points and 12 rebounds in the game, suffered an ankle injury in the first overtime and had to leave the action.

WCHS Lady Jackets defeat East Lawrence to advance in tournament; Addison loses to Curry Lady Jackets

Kady Bonds, leading scorer in the East Lawrence game with 21 points, is on the move for the Winston County Lady Yellow Jackets.

DOUBLE SPRINGS - The Winston County Lady Yellow Jackets soundly defeated East Lawrence in the Winston County Christmas Tournament on Friday, Dec. 28, advancing them to the championship round against Belgreen on Saturday, Dec. 29. Played at Winston County High School,  the number 8th ranked WCHS won by a score of 49-19 over the Eagles. WCHS was defeated by Belgreen Saturday in the championship round by a score of 68-37.