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Softball: We're done here
Making your annual plans to see a local high school softball team at the AHSAA State Tournament this week in Montgomery? Well, don’t.
Soccer: Pinson Valley boys, girls eliminated in state semifinals
The end of the season has come one match earlier than Pinson Valley's teams would have liked.
Football: Fultondale's Lawrence, Pope named to North All-Star team
Two member's of the 2013 Fultondale Wildcats football team have been selected to play for the annual Alabama North-South All-Star Game.
Golf: Mortimer Jordan's Garrett Johnson shoots 71, wins low individual at Class 5A sub-state tourney
Garrett Johnson, who recently shot a 7-under-par round to win the Jefferson County Schools Championship, fired a 1-under 71 Monday and was the low individual at the AHSAA Class 5A boys sub-state qualifier.
Soccer: Pinson Valley boys, girls bound for state semifinals after wins on Saturday
The Pinson Valley boys soccer team is headed for Huntsville and the state semifinals for the third straight year. But this time, their girls' team is going with them.
Softball playoff roundup: Jordan eliminates top-ranked Hayden; Corner, Gardendale, Fultondale advance
Four local softball teams will advance to the regional tournament in Tuscaloosa next week, but the defending Class 5A champions will not be one of them.
Softball: No. 7 Springville 6, Pinson Valley 1
The softball season has come to an end for Pinson Valley, thanks to a 6-1 defeat at the hands of seventh-ranked Springville on Thursday at the Class 5A Area 11 tournament in Moody.
Class 5A baseball playoffs: Mortimer Jordan splits with Walker, forces third game Saturday
Four runs in the third inning of the first game was enough for Mortimer Jordan. Four runs in the third inning of the second game was not.
Softball: No. 1 Hayden 10, No. 2 Curry 0 (6 innings)
If there was any doubt beforehand as to whether Curry of Hayden deserved to be the top-ranked team in Class 5A, no such doubt lingered afterward.
Softball: Locust Fork 17, Appalachian 6
Jamie Gail Hudson and Anna Hood hit back-to-back home runs, as Locust Fork dispensed with Appalachian on Thursday by a 17-6 score in five innings.
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