Cold Springs added a bit more hardware to its trophy case on Monday.
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When the smoke cleared on Thursday night, Cold Springs’ varsity girls found themselves in an all-too-familiar position.
Cold Springs’ varsity girls took down Vinemont 60-35 on Monday night, garnering a spot in the semifinals of the Cullman County Basketball Tournament.
Brody Peppers peppered Vinemont for a game-high 22 points to help Cold Springs' varsity boys earn a 50-34 road victory over the Red and White on Tuesday night.
Good Hope (varsity boys) and Cold Springs (varsity girls) remained in their respective classifications when the Alabama Sports Writers Association released its latest batch of high school basketball rankings on Wednesday.
Cassidy Campbell produced a game-high 26 points, Hanceville's varsity girls put together a rock-solid second half, and the Lady Bulldogs pulled away for a 65-51 road win over Vinemont on Tuesday night.
Brooke Crider scored a game-high 21 points, Toni West pitched in 18, and Cold Springs' varsity girls crushed Locust Fork 62-34 on Monday night.
GOOD HOPE — Brody Peppers drained a clutch 3-pointer as time expired to propel Cold Springs past Good Hope 63-61 in a double-overtime thriller.
Cullman (varsity boys), Good Hope (varsity boys) and Cold Springs (varsity girls) debuted in their respective classifications when the Alabama Sports Writers Association released its first batch of high school basketball rankings on Tuesday night.
St. Bernard's varsity boys and Cold Springs' varsity girls left Oakville Indian Mounds feeling blue.