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FOLEY, Ala. -- A pair of 1-7 teams met Friday night when the Foley Lions hosted the Murphy Panthers in a regional contest with nothing on the line but bragging rights. The Panthers walked away … more
Deandre Prim and the 4x100 relay team will compete in the prelims Thursday, May 3 while Tanisha Grace will compete Friday, May 4. more
My buddy Steve is a local businessman, and an avid golfer. He’s a regular at the Azalea City Men’s Club tournament every Tuesday, and over the years he and I have enjoyed playing some of the best … more
BAY MINETTE, Ala. -- Baldwin County High School had two more athletes sign scholarships to play sports at the next level. Football players Javis Atchison and Giovanni "Geno" Hayes will still be … more
BAY MINETTE, Ala. -- Baldwin County High School's Swim Team members Kenny Weatherford and Hamp Weatherford have qualified for sectionals based on their previous competitions. Hamp, right, qualified … more
Daphne, Ala. --Twenty Daphne High School student athletes were recognized for their accomplishment of making postsecondary plans to play sports at the next level on National Signing Day, … more
ROBERTSDALE, Ala. – Tanner Duke signed with Bishop State Community College May 1 to play baseball next season. The Golden Bears right hander finished his high-school stretch with impressive … more
University of Southern California sprinter Michael Norman and University of Notre Dame basketball player Arike Ogunbowale have been named the United States Sports Academy’s Male and Female Athletes of the Month for ... more
Golf is one of the most popular sports in the world. It’s enjoyed in every civilized country by players from age eight to eighty and beyond. The Gulf Coast is blessed with some of the top links in the South. From the.... more
he United States Sports Academy has announced its Athlete of the Month ballot for September and public voting is in progress. The full ballot is listed along with bios of what each athlete accomplished during the month. Voting will continue until 5 p.m. Central time on Thursday Oct. 11 more
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