Joshua Roe won the most exciting and perhaps most important match for the Arab wrestling team in its win at home Tuesday night against Alexandria.
Arab will have no less than two teams in the Marshall County Championship finals today as the ninth grade boys will face DAR at 1 p.m. and the JV boys will play Friday’s Guntersville-Asbury winner at 4 p.m.
Three Arab teams advanced to Saturday’s finals of the Marshall County Tournament for junior high and middle school basketball teams, but all three had to settle for runner-up trophies.
The Brindlee Mountain High School soccer teams will play Douglas on March 3, with all gate revenue being donated to the primary school relief effort. The girls game will begin at 5 p.m., with the boys to follow at 7 p.m.
The Arab varsity wrestling team finished in third place out of 26 teams at the very tough St. Clair County “Jeremy Ragsdale” tournament held this past Friday and Saturday.
When the dust settled Monday evening, after eight games Saturday at Arab and four Monday at Snead State in Boaz, four Knights basketball teams remained alive in the Marshall County Tournament.
In Marshall County Tournaments, seedings can be a tricky thing. The seeds are based on overall records, regardless of the competition, so it should be taken with a grain of salt that Arab Junior High’s seventh grade boys and eighth grade girls teams beat No. 1 seeds Thursday evening at DAR t…
Two Arab Junior High basketball teams punched their tickets Thursday night for today’s finals of the Marshall County Tournament while another Knights squad had a chance to do the same Friday night.
With the Knights already in a bit of a slump, things didn’t look so good going into Thursday night’s home game against Cullman. Already without the services of Darian Lusk, who is scheduled to have meniscus knee surgery next week, Blake Kelley broke his hand in practice Wednesday and didn’t …
A pin in the last match of the night lifted the Arab varsity wrestling team to a dramatic 36-34 win over Jasper in the Class 1A-5A State Duals Tournament quarterfinals at Jasper on Thursday night.
Arab’s wrestling team didn’t get the chance to host its invitational last weekend because of the storms. The decision to cancel looks good in hindsight considering the damage done in this area.
The Arab junior varsity Knights picked up a milestone victory at Scottsboro on Friday, the ninth grade boys continued their winning streak, the varsity boys lost their second in a row and both girls teams struggled at the free throw line.
The weather-delayed Marshall County Tournament for junior high and middle school basketball teams got underway Monday at DAR with numerous mismatches, but with one notable exception.
After trying to keep the Arab Invitational wrestling tournament on track for this weekend, Knights’ coaches, with input from school officials, finally made the decision Thursday night to postpone the two-day tournament, which was set to begin Friday afternoon.
The setup for the varsity boys’ Class 5A, Area 15 contest between Arab and Guntersville Tuesday night couldn’t have been better for the home team.
The Brindlee Mountain varsity girls won at Woodville on Wednesday, but that was just about the only highlight for the school’s teams this week.
Following Thursday’s action involving Marshall County middle school basketball teams, the seedings and pairings for the upcoming county tournament were determined.
Brindlee Mountain High School’s basketball teams started the new year at 3A, Area 13 rival Holly Pond on Friday, and did so without much success.
The Knight Train continued to build up speed last Friday with a convincing clean sweep of Brewer, at Brewer, despite various challenges.
To say that Arab High basketball is on a roll is a bit of an understatement as the boys teams captured three Christmas tournament championships during the weekend. The boys varsity has now won eight in a row, the junior varsity boys have won 17 in a row and the freshmen boys have won nine in a row.
At right you’ll see some more photos from the Dec. 10 Arab football banquet at Gilliam Springs. There’s one group photo that still hasn’t run (defensive awards) but we’ll try to get that one in next week.
If anyone is as happy about the return to action of Arab seventh grader Drew Puccio as his parents, it probably is Arab Junior High Coach Jason Guger.
Last weekend’s Sure Shot Christmas Tournament proved to be a challenge for the Arab Junior Knights, who managed a 3-5 record in the two-day event.
It’s been a successful holiday season so far for Arab’s wrestling program, and soon after Christmas, it’ll be a busy season, too.
Arab High School’s basketball teams entered this week’s Christmas tournament action with plenty of optimism after another good showing on Friday.
As he said goodbye to his first senior class of football players at Arab on Tuesday night, coach Lee Ozmint had a message for the players who will follow them.
When the AHSAA announced its 2020-21 reclassification Tuesday morning, one of the announcers on the live, online program remarked, “6A has a lot of changes.”
Arab’s eighth grade boys claimed the Parkside Christmas Tournament championship over the weekend while the eighth grade girls finished runnerup.
For the 11th consecutive year, the Arab varsity wrestling team has won the McGavock Invitational Tournament in Nashville, Tenn., this past weekend.
The Class 5A, All-Region 8 football team, as voted on by the coaches, was released this week, and Arab had five players make the team and four more were named as Honorable Mentions.
About midway through his fabulous senior season, Arab quarterback Ross Reynolds was attracting statewide attention for the numbers he was putting up on nearly a weekly basis.
Wow. News is breaking in college football and major league baseball in recent days faster than I can keep up with it, so, let’s just stick with college football.
The Arab Junior Knights were four points away from a clean sweep over West Point on Monday night, with both seventh grade teams picking up easy wins.
The Knights were 4-1 in home games with Boaz last Friday. Then on Saturday, the Arab ninth grade team won the Fort Payne Invitational by defeating Southside 55-30 and Fort Payne 46-34.
Eight members of the Arab High School swim team competed in the 1A-5A division of the AHSAA Swimming and Diving Championships this past weekend at Auburn’s James E. Martin Aquatic Center.
The first Alabama high school wrestling rankings are out, and to no one’s surprise, Arab sits atop the Class 1A-5A heap, just ahead of defending state champion Moody (see the complete rankings on page 5).
Brindlee Mountain High School’s basketball teams had an up-and-down week. All by the junior varsity girls played at home against Randolph on Monday, then all the teams played at DAR on Tuesday.