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CULLMAN COUNTY SOFTBALL TOURNEY: Lady Warriors put together hit parade to rope in 1st title since 2008
It was as if West Point never even left the batting cage.
ASWA RANKINGS: Lady Bearcats, Broncos fall one spot in latest polls
Both Cullman and Holly Pond softball teams dropped one spot in the latest Alabama Sports Writers Association’s baseball and softball rankings released on Wednesday night.
CULLMAN COUNTY GOLF TOURNAMENT: Marty fires 4-under 67; Broncos hold slim lead over Good Hope, Fairview
Eli Marty’s quest for a third consecutive Cullman County low-medalist accolade probably did not get started the way the Good Hope senior wanted it to.
WALLACE STATE GOLF: No. 10 Lions qualify for 19th NJCAA tournament after runner-up finish in District 4 championships
Wallace State’s golf team has qualified for the program’s 19th national tournament after finishing runner-up Tuesday in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) District 4 championships at the Stonebridge Golf Course in Albany, Ga.
FOOTBALL: Murray hopes workout eases NFL draft concerns
Quarterback Aaron Murray still has some convincing to do after undergoing reconstructive knee surgery in late November.
CULLMAN COUNTY SPORTS HALL OF FAME: Gardner’s long wait over with honorary induction
Connie Gardner was working out at the gym when she finally received the phone call she’d been waiting on for the last few years.
PREP SPORTS: Adams earns Class 3A Bryant-Jordan Scholar-Athlete Award, Cofer hauls in $12,000 scholarship
For the first time in myriad springs, the selection committee finally got it right.
NCAA urges schools to discuss pitfalls of unions
The NCAA contends that unionization by college athletes could lead to fewer scholarships and championships as well as a drop in academic support and career counseling.
CULLMAN COUNTY SPORTS HALL OF FAME: Cold Springs’ Freeman credits induction to ‘great teammates’
A hall of fame induction can be a very personal experience.
One name. One plaque. One set of accomplishments.
CULLMAN COUNTY SPORTS HALL OF FAME: Hanceville grad Simpson eager to revisit stomping grounds
When Bert Simpson makes the eight-hour, 515-mile trek from Winston-Salem, N.C., to Cullman County later this month, he’ll struggle the whole drive to keep a smile off his face.
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