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Two Russellville High athletes test positive for COVID-19

After beginning workouts for fall athletics, Russellville High School has had two female student athletes test positive for COVID-19. RHS athletic director John Ritter said ... Read more

1 day ago by Ciera Hughes.

Tharptown basketball works skill development

The Tharptown boys basketball program is taking advantage of summer workout time to focus on individual skill development. “The new health protocols have made the ... Read more

1 day ago by Bart Moss.

Where do high school sports stand?

As the coronavirus pandemic rages through the state of Alabama, the question that remains on many minds – mine included – is, “Where do we ... Read more

1 day ago by Bart Moss.

BHS senior commits to play softball at next level

Belgreen’s Emma Dempsey will get a chance to continue her softball playing career and her education when she graduates in a few months. Dempsey announced ... Read more

6 days ago by Bart Moss.

Phil Campbell standout to play baseball at Wallace State

Phil Campbell baseball standout Ridge Raper announced on Twitter last week he has committed to Wallace State Community College. “I just really liked Wallace State,” ... Read more

6 days ago by Bart Moss.

State: Sports to return fall 2020

State Superintendent Dr. Eric Makey gave fall sports competitions the go-ahead in Friday’s press conference about his Roadmap to Reopening Schools. How those competitions – ... Read more

1 week ago by Bart Moss.

Vina High athletic programs balance health, basketball

Vina athletic programs are back on campus and working out this summer – and, like other schools, they are trying to balance normal skill development ... Read more

1 week ago by Bart Moss.

Youth, parents celebrate return to ballpark

The Dixie Youth baseball program at Phil Campbell is about halfway into a shortened season – and that’s better than nothing, according to anyone involved. ... Read more

1 week ago by Bart Moss.

Russellville native works toward setting Guinness World Record

Spending a lot of the day playing basketball is nothing new for Russellville native Siran Winston, but the quarantine has caused the Harlem Globetrotter to ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Ciera Hughes.

Post 64 teams get off to fast start with opening wins

The American Legion Post 64-sponsored varsity and junior varsity baseball teams, consisting of players from Russellville, got their summer seasons off to victorious starts with ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Brannon King.

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