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PREP BASEBALL: Cullman’s Thompson, Guthrie garner Louisville Slugger All-American status
Though both recently graduated and have signed with different colleges, Cullman High’s 1-2 pitching punch of Keegan Thompson and Jordan Guthrie are teammates once again — and the squad they’re representing is pretty exclusive.
PREP FOOTBALL: Broncos' Bates at ease about return to coaching
If someone happened to venture down to Holly Pond any time during a Broncos’ spring football practice, they would’ve never been able to tell Mike Bates had spent five years away from coaching.
NBA: David Robinson would love to see Duncan win title
David Robinson was 37 years old when he rode off into the NBA sunset with a fresh Lawrence O'Brien trophy under his arm and his legacy as the greatest player in San Antonio Spurs history firmly intact.
Stormy weather halts play during US Open 1st round
Phil Mickelson rolled a birdie attempt 8 feet past the hole at No. 11. Steve Stricker did the same at No. 12. Bogey. Bogey.
PREP FOOTBALL: Elliott believes Eagles primed for playoff run
Rod Elliott would be the first person to tell you just how disappointed he and his Cold Springs football team were about not making the Class 2A playoffs a year ago.
GOLF: Bearcat grad Tucker in hunt at Southeastern Amateur
Jake Tucker is moving on from mowing down local men's invitational tournament fields and trying his luck at a big-time regional event.
AROUND THE TRACK: Elliotts, Burtons make it family affair
Jeb Burton and Chase Elliott could have saved a stamp.
Turned out, the best spot to send Father's Day cards in auto racing these days is Victory Lane.
PREP FOOTBALL: Bulldogs look to running back depth for success
Coach Danny Miller and the Hanceville football team entered the 2012 season with the tall task of replacing one of the best running backs in Cullman County history — Diamond Simmons.
NFL: Jim Harbaugh won't tolerate cheating on his team
Jim Harbaugh has used the recent run of suspensions on the division rival Seattle Seahawks for performance-enhancing drug infractions as a reminder to his own San Francisco team: Cheating won't be tolerated.
WALLACE STATE BASEBALL: Lion catcher Dennis humbled by draft selection
It started out like any other baseball game for Andrew Dennis.
The former Wallace State backstop was down in the bullpen getting prepared to play another summer league contest for the Lima Locos in Lima, Ohio, when his manager summoned the team for an annoucement.
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