2016 AHSAA latest area tourney results

2016 AHSAA Boys’ Area Tournaments Through Wednesday games CLASS 1A Area 1 Semifinals Millry 48, Chickasaw 46 Finals Fruitdale 72, Millry 37 Area 2 Semifinals Brantley 57, Kinston 45 Pleasant Home 62, Florala 47 Finals Brantley 50, Pleasant Home 41… continue reading ›

NASCAR creates 'overtime line'

NASCAR has revamped its overtime procedure, moving to an unlimited green-white-checkered finish and establishing an "overtime line" to determine the race winner. The arbitrary OT line will vary by track. If the race leader passes the overtime line on the… continue reading ›

AHSAA Boys & Girls updated results

AHSAA Girls’ Area Tournaments CLASS 1A Area 1 Monday Millry 44, J.U. Blackshear 31 Wednesday Chickasaw 45, Fruitdale 38 McIntosh 54, Millry 18 Area 2 Tuesday Kinston 45, Florala 31 Pleasant Home 50, Brantley 25 Area 3 Tuesday Georgiana 44,… continue reading ›

Alabama beats #15 Texas A&M, 63-62

Retin Obasohan scored 16 points and Alabama held off a big rally from No. 15 Texas A&M for a 63-62 victory Wednesday night, the Aggies' third straight loss. The Crimson Tide (14-9, 5-6 Southeastern Conference) beat its fourth ranked opponent… continue reading ›

Lady Hornets Keep Winning Streak Alive

The Alabama State University Lady Hornets kept their winning streak alive Monday night as they hit the road and defeated Arkansas-Pine Bluff 68-53 in conference play. The Lady Hornets currently have a conference best nine game winning streak. Britney Wright… continue reading ›

AHSAA Area Basketball Tournament Results

AHSAA Boys’ Area Tournaments Monday’s Results CLASS 1A Area 1 Ellwood Christian 73, Isabella 23 Area 6 Maplesville 58, Billingsley 39 Area 8 Saturday Wadley 50, Victory Christian 48 Area 10 Marion County 102, Berry 77 South Lamar 81, Hubbertville… continue reading ›

Tigerettes go big over Clark Atlanta 74-52

Aryana Jackson paced three players in double figures leading the Tuskegee University women’s basketball team to their second consecutive victory in conference play, 74-52 over Clark Atlanta Monday night. Jackson finished the night with a game-high 23 points and recorded… continue reading ›

Carter Secures Third SSAC Player of the Week Honor

Auburn Montgomery senior guard Jatoria Carter has been selected the Southern States Athletic Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week for the third time this season, the league office announced Monday. Carter joins senior teammate Reggotta Craig as three-time winners of… continue reading ›

Tigerettes defeat Stillman 51-46

The Tuskegee University women’s basketball team led wire to wire, defeating Stillman College 51-46 in Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play at Birthright Alumni Hall Saturday afternoon. Rachel Brownlee continued her streak of consecutive games in double figures for Tuskegee (4-16,… continue reading ›

Confederate Flag Planned Across From ASU

The newspaper in Tallassee reports a Neo-Confederate group in that city is planning to install a flagpole and Confederate flag along I-85 in Montgomery. The flag would be installed across from Alabama State University, a historically black university. The Tallassee Tribune… continue reading ›

4-star P.J. Blue Sticks With Louisville

MONTGOMERY, AL --- 4-star safety P.J. Blue signed with Louisville on Wednesday. Blue was originally committed to South Carolina, but changed to Louisville when Steve Spurrier left. The Cardinals plan to play him at safety, and possibly outside linebacker. The Park… continue reading ›

Auburn Football Class of 2016

Auburn – 21 of the nation’s top high school and junior college football players have signed to play for Auburn in 2016, head coach Gus Malzahn announced this afternoon.   Woody Barrett               QB       6-3       225       Winter Garden, FL/West Orange John… continue reading ›

5-Star Linebacker Lyndell Wilson Chooses Alabama

MONTGOMERY, AL --- The top high school football player in Montgomery, Alabama chose Alabama. Lyndell "Mack" Wilson has over 250 tackles the last two seasons including 18.5 sacks, 3 interceptions, and 5 forced fumbles. See him play here: continue reading ›

Kenny Stabler had CTE Brain Disease

The late Alabama and NFL Football great Kenny Stabler had severe CTE when he died last Summer, reports the New York Times (paywall) in a story posted this morning.   "“He had moderately severe disease,” said Dr. Ann McKee, chief… continue reading ›

Alabama beats Mississippi St 82-80 in OT

Retin Obasohan scored 25 points and Justin Coleman made a crucial 3-pointer with about a minute remaining in overtime to lead Alabama over Mississippi State 82-80 on Tuesday night. Alabama (12-9, 3-6 Southeastern Conference) won for just the second time… continue reading ›

Tigerettes fall to Miles' Lady Golden Bears 51-32

The Tuskegee University women’s basketball fell behind early in the second quarter in a Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game against Miles Monday night, and never recovered fall 51-32 at Chappie James Arena. Rachel Brownlee continued her streak of double-digit games… continue reading ›

Broncos team bus involved in minor accident

The Denver Broncos are back at their hotel in Santa Clara after their buses were involved in a minor accident following their practice at Stanford Stadium. Team spokesman Patrick Smyth says nobody was injured. Outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware tweeted a… continue reading ›

4-Star DB Nigel Knott Picks Alabama

The Alabama Crimson Tide added another big recruit to it's 2016 class after 4-star defensive back Nigel Knott picked the tide. Knott released a video in conjunction with Bleacher Report to announce his college choice: The corner from Madison,… continue reading ›

Auburn falls at Ole Miss 80-63

Stefan Moody scored 24 points, 22 in the second half, as Mississippi snapped a four-game losing streak Wednesday with an 80-63 win over Auburn. Marcanvis Hymon added 19 points and 10 rebounds for the Rebels, rallying from a 30-29 halftime… continue reading ›

Alabama vs. Auburn Basketball Preview

Alabama and Auburn played twice during the 2014-15 season, with the Crimson Tide sweeping the season series – both wins were by a combined 13 points. Alabama captured a 57-55 win in Tuscaloosa, followed by securing a 79-68 victory in Auburn Arena. continue reading ›