This week's Shoals sports schedule, according to schedules supplied by the schools. Subject to change.
Avery Thomas is already working on his future and has specific plans on how to meet his career goal.
It’s practice where Mallory Cole will start to feel lightheaded and listless, where she knows she needs to find a sugary treat or she might collapse.
BIRMINGHAM — Phil Campbell’s Mason Swinney landed on a list of the state’s top 10 high school baseball players for a second straight season Sunday.
Russellville, Phil Campbell and Mars Hill, after each reached the state semifinals with Russellville winning a state championship, have added a few major awards.
Maybe, one day, Riley Vaughn will call up her favorite streaming service, search for one classic movie’s name and, ahem, learn about her “family.”
Amira Schultz’s whirlwind year in the United States that began with such a surprise will end in the land of Mickey.
Mallory Cole’s high showing in all four of her events, plus Ellie Partrick’s state title and runner-up finish helped Brooks find championship glory again.
ANNISTON — Covenant Christian's JM Basinger totaled six runs batted in for the Eagles in Thursday's season-ending Class 1A quarterfinal losses at Donoho.
MADISON — Florence's Camron Murphy and Avery Thomas won events in the Class 7A, Section 4 boys track and field meet at James Clemens on Saturday.
COLLINSVILLE — Brodey Lentz singled home Tanner Owens to cap a three-run seventh-inning rally that ended Lauderdale County's playoff sweep at Collinsville on Thursday.
Scores and schedule for AHSAA area tournaments involving Shoals teams. Each is a double-elimination tournament with the champion and runner-up advancing to a regional.