When did the Atlanta Braves morph into the ’27 Yankees?
Arab Park and Recreation has announced the eight youth baseball all-star teams that will compete in Alabama Dizzy Dean tournaments beginning July 13.
Auburn’s baseball team left no doubt on Monday, scoring 13 runs in the first inning to beat North Carolina 14-7 in the final of the Chapel Hill Super Regional and advance to the eight-team College World Series in Omaha, Neb.
Not only did the Arab Riptide sweep Scottsboro and Decatur in its home-opening tri-meet last Thursday evening, the 15-18 boys 200-yard freestyle relay team broke the program record with a time of 1:43.22.
Thursday was the 75th anniversary of D-Day. Memorial Day, the federal holiday in the United States for remembering the people who died while serving in the country’s armed forces, was a little less than two weeks ago.
New Arab Riptide coach Richard Moser saw something more than a blowout defeat in his team’s loss to powerful Boaz in its opening meet Tuesday.
The Arab Lady Knights soccer team on Monday had two players selected to the Alabama High School Soccer Coaches’ Super All-State team.
Paul Cooley Jr. was born on Aug. 7, 1925, in Arab to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cooley Sr. His parents did not give him a middle name, but people in Pisgah and Scottsboro would say that if he had one, it ought to be, “Mr. Basketball!”
There are 84 days – 12 weeks – before the college football season begins on Aug. 24. The first SEC game features Florida vs. Miami on ESPN at 6 p.m.
Arab’s varsity and junior varsity baseball players and coaches got together last Monday to reflect on a successful season and to say goodbye to a pair of senior teammates, Jordan Hardin and Peyton Allen.
In an interview before she was formally introduced to players and parents Tuesday evening, new Arab volleyball coach Jamiee Moran said one reason she took the Lady Knights’ position is because of what she knew about the community’s support for the program.
Brindlee Mountain head coach Keith Garner saw enough from his football team during two weeks of spring practice that he called off the final day last Friday.
Arab played all last season without a single varsity football win in their new stadium. It probably won’t show up in any record books, but the home win finally came Friday night in the varsity half of the spring jamboree as the Knights edged Fairview 14-13.
The end of the state golf tournament on Tuesday brought to a close the 2018-19 athletic calendar at Arab High School (the spring football game was last night but it’s not counted in the just-completed year).
Two Arab golfers improved their performances on the second and final day of the AHSAA State Tournament on Tuesday, but it wasn’t nearly enough to help the Lady Knights escape the Class 4A-5A cellar.
Today is Spring Signing Day at Arab High School. Several championship or state-placing teams and individuals will be honored, as will multi-sport individuals and those who have or will sign to play their sport at the next level.
Many of the best high school golfers in the state took on Capitol Hill on the opening day of the AHSAA State Tournament on Monday, and the vast majority of them lost.
A pair of junior athletes at Arab High School have been selected to compete in their respective sports during the 23rd AHSAA North-South All-Star Sports Week, set for July 15-19 at Montgomery.
Keith Garner just keeps chipping away at what many consider an almost impossible situation coaching Brindlee Mountain football to success.
Lauren Barnett, a senior at Arab High School, was recently recognized at the 34th annual Bryant-Jordan Student-Athlete Awards Banquet held at the Sheraton Birmingham Ballroom and in conjunction with the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame.
Brindlee Mountain track coach Evan Lemons was at once proud of his athletes and yet highly agitated at the outcome of the Class 3A state meet at Cullman this past weekend.
After qualifying a school-record 35 athletes at the sectionals, the Arab girls track team finished fourth overall and the boys finished 16th in the Class 5A state meet at Foley this past weekend.
The Juniors and Seniors were scheduled to clash in the World Championship Powder Puff game at Arab High School on Thursday, but the weather had other plans.
The Arab High School softball team didn’t win a 5A, Area 14 game all season. But with the Lady Knights’ backs to the wall Thursday at Brewer, they rose up and run-ruled the Guntersville Wildcats 11-1 in the area tournament.
Arab and Brindlee Mountain’s boys and girls track teams fared very well at last weekend’s sectionals at Scottsboro, and both sent a sizable number of athletes to this weekend’s state meets at Gulf Shores and Cullman.
If you haven’t heard, Arab’s new head football coach has been making a big difference with a lot of folks already, in the weightroom, on the practice field, in the schools and around the city.
Before his first Arab High School football team takes the field for its first spring practice today, head coach Lee Ozmint does so with some knowledge about what the future of the program looks like.
Grace Narrell was low medalist for the fourth straight year, and the Arab girls golf team won the Marshall County Tournament for the seventh straight year Thursday at Lake Guntersville State Park.
The boys and girls All-Marshall County basktball teams, as voted on by the coaches, was released this week, and local teams were well-represented.
With the exception of one possible late addition, head coach Lee Ozmint’s first staff at Arab is essentially set after the recent departure of Randall Martin to become the new head coach at Deshler.
The good news for the Arab baseball team Monday was the Knights picked up their 20th win of the season in state playoff action at East Limestone. The bad news was they also picked up their 10th loss of the season, forcing a winner-take-all game last night (Tuesday).
One week from today, Arab’s Lee Ozmint will step on a high school football field as a head coach for the first time in nearly four years.