Cooper Ogstad, Luke Johnson and Jaedyn Martin each turned in gold-medal performances during Saturday’s state swim meet to help the Cullman Catfish notch an excellent third-place finish at the Alabama Recreation and Parks Swimming Championship.
Scoring conditions couldn’t have been any better for the droves of players taking part in this year’s Chesley Oaks Open on Saturday afternoon.
The pressure was on Dee Milliner in a big way last season.
He was a first-round pick, the first cornerback drafted and projected to start right away for the New York Jets with lofty expectations from the team, fans and the media.
As it turns out, LeBron James is not the only basketball mind returning home this summer.
The Cullman Swim Team performed admirably during Day 1 of the state meet on Friday, coming away in third place entering Saturday’s final day of activities.
A judge on Friday convicted Dallas Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct in his Alabama hometown and imposed an 18-day jail term that could interrupt the player's bid to restart his career.
Jessy Taylor is proud of her power at the net — as she should be.
The Cullman diving team headed into Thursday’s state meet determined to continue its short period of domination against those standing in the way.
Instead of engaging in another round of contradictory, back-and-forth podium sessions with Mike Shanahan, Robert Griffin III stood at the microphone and said he has coaches who believe in him. He implied he wasn't even allowed to do "the bare minimum" as a quarterback a year ago.
Meg Gambrill rose from the bench, strode to the scorer's table and hunkered down in front of it, slapping the floor, shouting encouragement and eagerly waiting to make Holly Pond history.