The third and final Future Patriot Football Camp will be today at Union Hill School beginning at 6 p.m. There is no cost to participate.
Coach Richard Moser isn’t sure his swim team can duplicate what the Riptide accomplished two years ago at the state swim meet, but he’s confident nonetheless.
Arab will take 62 swimmers to the ARPA District II Swimming & Diving Championships at Boaz this weekend, looking to repeat its fifth-place finish of two years ago.
In another case of things returning to normal around here, the Arab rec league swim team finished a strong second to powerful Boaz in Saturday’s Marshall County Meet at Arab, and Maddie Nunley broke another Riptide record.
Thanks to some recent rainstorms, Arab’s rec league all-star baseball teams are all playing in state tournaments this week.
Arab’s 8-under and 10-under rec league all-star softball teams both brought home third-place trophies from Alabama USA Softball area tournaments in Boaz last week.
Arab’s rec league swimming team, the Riptide, hosted its first home meet of the season Tuesday evening – just in time to give everyone associated with the program a chance to get ready for Saturday’s Marshall County Meet at Arab City Park.
With summer workouts and camps an essential these days, Arab High School wasted no time in finding a new coach for the varsity girls basketball team and they didn’t have to search too far to find their man.
Four Arab rec league all-star baseball teams competed in BPA regional play last week, and one came away with a championship as attention turns to the state playoffs.
The Riptide sent 11 swimmers to the Madison Medal Meet this past weekend, and 10 of them came back with medals, meaning they finished either first, second or third in at least one event.
In black and white, the final numbers don’t look particularly good. But the Arab Riptide’s performance at Madison last Thursday showed the team has plenty of potential.
The Marshall County Board of Education, at its regularly scheduled monthly meeting last Thursday, recognized four county athletes for athletic achievements this spring, including two from Brindlee Mountain. Ellie Cothran, left, won the individual state championship in golf for Class 1A-3A. C…
With the school year ending this week and signups for the team closed, the Arab Riptide swim team will ramp up preparations for the summer season, which starts next Thursday, June 3, at always-tough Madison.
Brindlee Mountain head football coach Keith Garner was thrilled with the turnout of high school and middle school players for spring workouts, which ended just before the school’s graduation on May 17.
When Brindlee Mountain’s Ellie Cothran captured the AHSAA 1A-3A State Golf Championship last Tuesday (May 11), many of the emotions that are common to sports’ pinnacle moments were present.
What started out as a miscommunication her freshman season turned into a bronze medal and school record for former Arab star athlete Baylee Porch this past weekend at the Ohio Valley Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championship at Charleston, Ill.
Baylee Porch celebrates her heptathlon performance at the OVC indoor meet. She finished third in the OVC outdoor meet, setting a Jacksonville State record in the process.
Rain delayed the bitter end, but the Arab and Brindlee Mountain softball teams both went down to defeat in their respective tournaments last week. Both teams’ seasons are over.
Brindlee Mountain’s multi-sport star Chantzley Kirkland freely admits she gets very nervous before all of her big athletic events, sometimes to the point of throwing up.
The Marshall County Auburn Club has announced the recipients of its annual scholarships for county students.
A Guntersville man may keep his granddaughter’s golf clubs after he made his first hole-in-one recently at an Arab golf course.
Arab junior James Ed Johnson shot 76 Monday at Cypress Lakes Country Club in Muscle Shoals but missed qualifying for the state tournament by one shot.
Arab’s baseball team got plenty of leadership and good pitching from its seniors this past season, but sketchy hitting and fielding plagued the Knights all season, and ultimately that’s why their season ended last week in a first-round 6A playoff series loss to No. 4 Oxford.
Talk about a one-man…ahem, one-woman show, Brindlee Mountain’s junior phenom, Chantzley Kirkland, just lifted her school’s girls track team to a top-10 finish at the state 3A meet at Cullman this past weekend.
Arab coach John Clark was excited about his girls tennis team winning the Section 8 Tournament and advancing to the state tournament this past weekend at Mobile.
The Arab girls tennis team saw its remarkable turnaround season come to a disappointing end this past weekend, but it doesn’t take away from the squad’s late-season success.
Riptide coach Richard Moser has announced that Arab’s rec league swim team will begin practice on May 10. Signups are underway at the Arab Rec Center. Cost is $50.
Brindlee Mountain’s softball team lost twice to undefeated 3A Area 13 champion Holly Pond twice last week, as expected, but then also lost big to J.B. Pennington last Thursday in the area finale to fall into a three-way tie for second in the area standings at 2-4.
The Arab girls golf team finished fourth in the 6A, Section 4 tournament at Canebrake Club in Athens on Tuesday to qualify as a team for Tuesday’s substate tournament at Cypress Lakes Country Club at Muscle Shoals.
Newly named Arab boys basketball coach Brandon Crews meets some of his players, including from left: Jonathan England, Cody Morrow, Will Cavender and Spencer Strickland. Crews’ hiring was announced at the Arab City Board of Education meeting last Thursday.
Arab’s baseball players spent much of last week waiting and watching to see what their Area 15 peers Fort Payne and Scottsboro were doing in the final area series of the season.