Vestavia Hills players celebrate 6A Boys State Soccer Championship win. State soccer 2013: Class 6A boys championship game – Oak Mountain vs. Vestavia at John Hunt Park in Huntsville, AL Saturday May 11, 2013.
Mountain Brook coach Scott Flowers holds his 1-year-old son Grayson after his Spartans beat Oak Mountain 2-0 Saturday, May 11, 2013, for the Class 6A girls soccer championship. Flowers calls Grayson a good luck charm in that he has not attended a Mountain Brook game that has not ended in victory for the Spartans. (Solomon Crenshaw Jr.
Alabama Accountability Act may have smaller impact that initially believed for high school athletics (Josh Bean)
Center Point is one of the few high schools on the The “failing schools” list includes less than 20 high schools, with none from metro Mobile, only one from metro Birmingham (Center Point) and two from metro Huntsville (Butler and J.O. Johnson).
Rushing Jeremy Johnson this year, or David Cornwell next year, isn’t in the best interests of Auburn or Alabama.
Top RB prospects Racean Thomas, Bo Scarbrough set to play in weekend 7-on-7 event in Florida (video)
The 7-on-7 format – no tackling and no running plays – allow Thomas and Scarbrough to showcase their pass-catching and route-running abilities, while also showcasing speed and agility against smaller, quicker defensive backs.
Hornsby averaged 24.5 points per game against teams ranked in the top 10 in non-conference play last season.
All-County boys soccer team
Holcombe picked up offers from Mississippi State and Vanderbilt after attending their respective camps.
The summer football camp season will hit its peak in early July when Nike hosts its highly exclusive, invitation-only camp The Opening.
Jesse McCord led Spanish Fort to its fourth straight Class 5A championship series. (Mike Kittrell | firstname.lastname@example.org) McCord named Player of the Year, Becker Coach of the Year after both had banner seasons
Alabama is No. 2 and Auburn is No. 18 in 247Sports team recruiting rankings.
Heading into his second year as Oxford’s boys soccer coach, Dwight McDonald wanted a commitment from within the program. After the Yellow Jackets finished the 2012 season with an 11-12 record, McDonald started conditioning workouts in November, rather than the standard protocol of beginning in January. The plan was for the Yellow Jackets to build a better bond.
Filiberto Ruedas, who plays striker, scored in 16 of the 20 games in which Oxford put up at least one goal, and he helped the Yellow Jackets to their first Class 6A playoff appearance in 13 years. He finished with a team-high 19 goals and eight assists. As a result, he is The Anniston Star’s Calhoun County boys soccer player of the year.
The Hornets finished 11-2 last season. (Julie Bennett/File) The Hornets fell to eventual Class 4A state champ UMS-Wright by three points in the quarterfinals last season.
(ahsfhs.org) Johnson says job, “almost like the Alabama job of high school football in north Alabama.”
Lyle still considering Florida, Tennessee, Indiana and Louisville.
Hoover Coach Jim Brown guided the program to five state championships. (Mark Almond)/al.com Leaves program after 24 years, five championships
Ezell Powell enjoyed three 10-win seasons during his playing days at Georgiana in the 1990s. (Josh Beanemail@example.com) GEORGIANA, Alabama – Ezell Powell starred as a defensive lineman at Georgiana and enjoyed three straight 10-win seasons. After five years as the defensive coordinator at nearby McKenzie, the 35-year-old Powell returned this spring as the new head coach at his alma mater, taking over a program that hasn’t had a winning season since 2003.