sandmountainreporter.com

Call Us Now: 256-840-3000

default avatar
Welcome to the site! Login or Signup below.
|
||
Logout|My Dashboard

Colleges

Area tournament semifinals moved to Wednesday night

Tuesday’s blast of winter weather forced changes to the area basketball tournament schedules for local teams.

Read the article

Parsons taking aim at championships in 2016 season

The Snead State softball team went 2-3 from Jan. 29-30 in Texas, taking down powerhouse Navarro College and Kilgore College to kick off its 2016...

Read the article
2016 Snead State softball team

Pirates stop Geraldine

Boaz broke a nine-game losing streak with a 56-44 win over Class 3A, No. 5 Geraldine on Jan. 30 at Geraldine’s Nix Gymnasium.

Read the article

Alldredge hits game-winning shot for BHS

Baylee Grace Alldredge nailed an 18-foot jumper with 2.4 seconds remaining to lift Boaz to a 35-34 win over Fort Payne on Wednesday afternoon at...

Read the article

Lady Eagles collect wins over Randolph, Oneonta

DOUGLAS — The Douglas varsity girls basketball team evened its record at 13-13 with a 68-51 triumph over Randolph on Thursday’s senior night at ...

Read the article

Ninth-ranked Aggies beat 7A Trojans

HAZEL GREEN — Class 6A, No. 9 Albertville concluded its regular season by beating 7A Hazel Green 55-46 Friday night.

Read the article
Aggies getting ready for area tourney

Lions defeat Patriots

SARDIS CITY — The Sardis varsity boys basketball team closed out its regular season by beating rival West End 57-43 Thursday night.

Read the article
Sardis' Scott gets triple-double

MCS chasing another Final Four berth

The Marshall Christian School junior high/junior varsity boys basketball team, in its first year moving up to Division I and third year in the A...

Read the article
2015-16 MCS junior varsity boys

Tillman to play for Kentucky Christian

Boaz senior defensive lineman Deonta Tillman’s dream of playing college football came true Wednesday when he signed a national letter of intent ...

Read the article
Tillman to play for NAIA's Kentucky Christian