The Marshall County Christmas Coalition is in need of sponsors for 274 children.
- Arab basketball: Knights continue winning ways against Brewer
- Arab basketball: Knights win Holly Pond tournament for second straight year
- Brindlee Mtn. basketball: Lady Lions have some big shoes to fill
- Brindlee Mountain Lady Lions
- Arab basketball: Knights improve to 5-0 with win Tuesday night against Southside
Christmastime in Arab officially kicks off at 6 p.m. Friday night with the opening of Christmas in the Park. Arab Citizen of the Year 2022 Jane McDonald will “flip the switch.”
Jim Carson was born Nov. 22, 1922.
In a much tougher than the score would indicate contest, Arab’s varsity boys basketball team pushed its record to 4-0 Monday night with a 61-38 win at Brewer. (Arab improved to 5-0 Tuesday night).
The Arab boys varsity basketball team picked up its second consecutive Holly Pond Thanksgiving Tournament championship last Wednesday, defeating the host team 45-35 in a low-scoring game that left everyone drained, including the coach.
The Brindlee Mountain varsity girls’ basketball team is off to a slow start, losing its first five games, the latest be-ing a respectable 48-35 defeat at Asbury on Tuesday night.