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MLB DRAFT: Thompson not taken in 1st 2 rounds, confirms he's headed to Auburn
Keegan Thompson is officially heading to college.
The recent Cullman High graduate confirmed the decision at his home on Thursday night with a smile on his face after his name remained on the board following the first two rounds of Major League Baseball's amateur draft.
WALLACE STATE SOFTBALL: Four Lions named NFCA All-Americans
Wallace State’s national championship softball team had four players selected as 2013 National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) NJCAA Division I All-Americans, as announced Wednesday by the organization.
SEC FOOTBALL: NCAA to announce infraction decision for Mississippi State football
The NCAA is expected to announce its decision regarding an infractions case against Mississippi State's football program on Friday morning.
NBA: Parker's evolution lifts Spurs back to Finals
As Tony Parker arrived at the podium for an interview session Wednesday in Miami, he crossed paths with San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich, who was just departing.
LOCAL SWIMMING: Catfish top Barracudas in first meet of summer
It might be a new season, but it was the usual suspects who were responsible for the Cullman Swim Team’s victory over Boaz on Tuesday at the Aquatic Center.
BASEBALL: Clay doles out advice for MLB-prospect Thompson
Solicited or not, Keegan Thompson and his family have received advice regarding his amateur baseball draft dilemma from everybody and their mother throughout the last year.
MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL: Former Bearcat Clay back in top form at AA Harrisburg
Strip away the million-dollar contracts, grueling schedules and heavy media scrutiny, and the game of baseball is simply that — a game.
And aren’t games supposed to be fun?
LOCAL SWIMMING: Norris, Catfish excited for summer season
The Cullman Swim Team is ready to make a splash.
Alison Norris’ Catfish got its 2013 campaign underway on Tuesday afternoon with a dual-match against the Boaz Barracudas.
TENNIS: Federer loses quick French quarterfinal; Serena back in semis
A point from losing the first set of his French Open quarterfinal, Roger Federer shanked a routine forehand, sending the ball 10 feet beyond the opposite baseline.
PREP FOOTBALL: Quarterback’s return highlights Good Hope’s spring session
Good Hope couldn’t have asked for a much better two-game start to the 2012 football season. The Raiders moved to 1-0 with a blowout of Holly Pond and quickly improved to 2-0 by doing just enough to eke by county- and region-rival Hanceville the following week.
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