May 8, 2008 RSS feed / Sports

Cross signs baseball scholarship

Clarke County High School's two-time all-state shortstop/ third baseman Hunter Cross signed a college scholarship to play baseball for Wallace- Hanceville Community College in North Alabama. More...

Snakes are moving

The changing of the temperatures have the snakes on the move. Cody Powell, holding the snake, and Rush Wiggins, killed this four and a half foot long rattlesnake recently. The snake had 10 rattlers and a button. More...

Ladies can teach us a lot about sportsmanship

Last week Western Oregon University was playing Central Washington University in a softball game in a game with playoff implications. It was a true game of meaning. More...

'Coolers Ain't Cool' 3-on-3 hoops tournament May 17

Lower Peach Tree will be the site again for the Coolers Ain't Cool 3-on-3 basketball tournament. "We had a great turnout last year and we want to keep it up this year as a family friendly event," said James Crawford, organizer. More...

Coffeeville High's archery team

Coffeeville High School's archery team recently competed in the State Archery-in-Schools Tournament in Birmingham. Pictured are, front row, left to right: Richard Gattis, Gracelyn Aarogon, Andjou Martin, Oscar Parks and Robby Brown. More...