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.

Last second basket gives Lynn win over AHS

Noah Jackson goes all the way up for the two points for the Lynn Bears. He was the leading scorer for the Bears with 20 points.

LYNN - A last second basket by Lynn’s Brandon Hill secured a win for the Bears Tuesday, Nov. 4, over the visiting Addison Bulldogs, 44-42.
The Bulldogs had a 22-14 lead at halftime, but the Bears came out in the third period chipping away at the deficit.
With about four minutes left in the game, the score was tied at 35. The Bulldogs had an opportunity to tie or win the game, getting possession with 1.6 seconds left on the clock, but the shot was short.
The Addison Lady Bulldogs won by a score of 47-13 over the Lady Bears.

Addison’s season ends with 38-22 loss

Dawg Zayne Guthrie touches the end zone for the first touchdown on the night.

ADDISON - Addison tried  valiantly to carry on toward  its fourth state championship, but lost their goal in the rain Friday, Nov. 23, when they took on the Aliceville Yellow Jackets, losing 38-22 in a hard-fought battle.  This was the first meeting between the two teams.


AHS defeats Ranburne 26-15

Zayne Guthrie comes around the corner on a carry for Addison.

ADDISON   -  It was literally a dog fight, Bulldog against Bulldog, in a tough, griddy matchup where Addison advanced to the quarter finals after defeating Ranburne 26-15 on home turf Friday night, Nov. 16.


Fate of Bridgeview Drive’s status lies with Circuit Court

Addison resident Larry Robinson shows where the gate was once located, that had to be removed across the old roadbed he claims has not been a county road in at least 50 years.
ADDISON - The issue of whether a road currently known as Bridgeview Drive in the Addison area is a county road or not now rests in the Winston County Circuit Court for a judge to decide possibly in 2019.