Wallace State men’s basketball team is one win away from earning its third state championship in five seasons after prevailing 71-61 against Lawson State in the Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC)/Region 22 Tournament semifinals Friday night at Tom Drake Coliseum.
Tori Swafford smacked a foul ball through the back window of her family’s car, but Hayden Short ripped one over the fence for a grand slam to lift Cullman to an 8-6 victory over Pinson Valley Friday evening.
Hanceville’s baseball team has taken the term home-field advantage to a whole new level.
Holly Pond’s Colby Adams, Good Hope’s Andy Cofer and Cold Springs’ Haley Freeman are not only exceptional athletes but top-notch scholars, too.
Wallace State sophomore Jestin Lewis scored 21 points and grabbed seven boards, Lee Moore added 14 points and the top-seeded Lions pulled away in the second half for a 69-45 victory over Bishop State in the Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC)/Region 22 Tournament quarterfinals Thursday night at Tom Drake Coliseum.
The list of established athletic programs at Cullman High is not a short one. There’s Bearcat baseball, football, basketball, soccer, tennis and softball. And golf, cross country, track and field, and swimming and diving, too.
This week’s cold, damp weather was not enough to keep a smattering of prep track and field teams from taking part in a spirited meet at the Fairview Season Opener Tuesday.
The sun finally made an appearance at the 2014 Cullman County Baseball Tournament.
So did West Point’s bats.
Signing with Wallace State was apparently just the start of what could be a special season for Sylas Elliott.
The Cullman Swim Association has been cranking out a new superstar on a weekly basis.