Cold Springs downs Winston 20-14

Yellow Jacket Robert Edgil heads toward Cold Springs defenders.

DOUBLE SPRINGS - Two springs, Cold and Double Springs, clashed on the dreary Friday night, Oct. 11, just as the light rain stopped. The Cold Springs Eagles, from Bremen, soared through the air with 135 passing yards to defeat the Winston County Yellow Jackets, 20-14.
As the game began, Winston County won the coin toss, but decided to defer to the second half and let the Eagles receive the kickoff. ,

Lady Lions lose to Curry in close match

HHS head coach Sadie Hall with her seniors from left, Madison Caine, Laura Lunsford and Samara Pratt.

HALEYVILLE - It was an emotional night for the Haleyville Lady Lions, recognizing their three seniors prior to the Curry volleyball match on Monday, Oct. 7.
Seniors honored
Madison Caine, daughter of Starr Pendley and Dave Caine, to date as of  Oct. 4, had 41 aces, 401 kills, 317 digs, 20 assists, 34 solo blocks and 64 block assists;
Laura Lunsford, daughter of Jim Lunsford and Kristi George, had 68 aces, 53 kills, 368 digs, 3 blocks and 637 assists;
Samara Pratt, daughter of Philip Pratt and Kim Pratt, had 22 aces, 87 kills, 199 digs, 38 blocks and 48 assists.

Addison wins Winston County tournament title

The Addison Lady Bulldogs captured the 2019 Winston County volleyball tournament title Saturday, Oct. 12, at Winston County High School. Pictured on the front row are: from left, Addisyn Smothers, Lexie Cunningham, Bracie Rodgers and Anna Luker. Back row: Callie Crider, Savannah Manley, Sunny Snoddy, Gracie Manley and Macey Butler. Not shown is team head coach Kayla Woodard.

WCHS finishes runner-up in county tournament

The Winston County High School Lady Yellow Jackets placed second in the Winston County Volleyball Tournament Saturday, Oct. 12, at WCHS. Pictured on the front row, from left, are: Rachel Thompson, Emily Holt, Elle Donaldson and Jenna Downey. Back row: Makayla Lindsey, Jassmine Ergle, Ella Moore, Mackenzie Blackwood, Emily Hill, Brenna Wakefield, Ally Blackston and head coach Tiffany Cole.

PHS wins in straight sets over Haleyville and Hamilton

Allie Veal puts down a kill for PHS.

BEAR CREEK - The Phillips High School She Bears’ current record as of Tuesday, Oct. 8 was 23-16. The She Bears added Haleyville and Hamilton to the list of victories, defeating their opponents in straight sets.
Haleyville and PHS played in the first match with the She Bears winning 25-13 and 25-22.
Phillips then put down Hamilton 25-18 and 25-13.
Reported stats for Phillips in the Haleyville match included: Alli Temple, 10 assists, 3 digs, 4 kills;
Gracie Hallman, 9 assists, 3 digs, 4 kills.
Stats for the match with Hamilton are:

HHS homecoming court

Pictured above are members of the Haleyville High School homecoming court. From left: Allie Bishop, freshman representative; senior representatives Mallory Rushing, Reagan Kutis, Molly Gilbert, Hallé Tolbert and Faith Anne Smith; Meredith Robertson, junior representative; Kaitlyn Burleson, sophomore representative.

Lions win over Curry

Ty Black cuts to the right on a carry for the HHS Lions. Black scored one of the two touchdowns on the night and had 18 carries for 105 yards.

HALEYVILLE -  The Haleyville High School Lions (3-3, 2-1) captured their second region win Friday night, Oct. 4. The Lions won 15-6 over the Curry Yellow Jackets (0-6, 0-3).
HHS had 253 total offensive yards, with quarterback Eli Musso 3/9 and 33 yards in the passing department. He garnered 21 yards on seven carries and one touchdown. Leading rusher was Ty Black with 18 carries and 105 yards. Total team carries were 41, gaining  220 yards.

Addison routs Colbert County in region win

A host of Addison Bulldogs put a sack on a Colbert County Indian.

ADDISON -  The Addison Bulldogs may have been playing the Colbert County Indians, but the Bulldogs were on the warpath, dominating the scoreboard, with a majority of points scored in the third quarter to clinch their region win 44-12 Friday night, Oct. 4.
The Bulldogs, however, going into the game had been named literally the Underdogs in this tough regional matchup, but the Bulldogs ended up scoring more points defensively than offensively, seizing the opportunity on a myriad of Indian turnovers to take the lead and dominate the game.

Wildcats scratch Bears in 37-16 win

Lynn’s Logan Kent and Marcus Meeks bring down Tyler Lollar for the Berry Wildcats.

LYNN - When wildcats and bears attack each other, it’s going to be the bear everyone thinks will win. However, the Berry Wildcats put up a winning fight on the Lynn Bears’ home turf Friday night, Oct. 4, and came out a winner by 21 points in their 37-16 win.
Lynn received the kickoff and worked their way down field 54 yards to the 9-yard mark before fourth down. Going for the field goal, a tried and true kick lit the scoreboard for the first time on the night making it 3-0.

Lady Lions take it to fifth set in area loss to Fayette

Kaitlyn Burleson takes the serve in action against Fayette. Also shown are Ashton McCullar (3) and Laura Lunsford (11).

HALEYVILLE - Area play for the Haleyville Lady Lions and the Fayette County Lady Tigers went five sets Tuesday, Oct. 1. Fayette won the first set 25-13, with Haleyville winning the second 25-23, Fayette the third, 25-13 and Haleyville the fourth 25-23 to send it to number five. Haleyville had the initial lead in the fifth set, but the Lady Tigers were victorious 15-12. The match was hosted by the Lady Lions.
Stats for the Lady Lions included:
Audrey Sibley: 3 aces, 9 digs, 13 kills, 3 assists;
Ashton McCullar: 1 ace, 16 digs, 15 kills;

Aliceville shuts out Winston County 39-0

Austin Owens (21) tries for a diving tackle on Matthew Clark. Also shown is John Goggans (64) for WCHS.

ALICEVILLE  - The Winston County Yellow Jackets (2-4, 0-3) met up with another set of Jackets at Aliceville (5-1, 4-0) Friday night and got stung  39-0.
Aliceville got on the board late in the first quarter on a 12-yard pass to Matthew Clark.  Zavieon Hinton’s PAT was good, and Aliceville was up 7-0.
The home team would score twice more in the first half, on an 11-yard pass to Brandon Thomas and a 12-yard run by Thomas.  Winston County went into halftime down 19-0.

Phillips gets first win over Shoals Christian

Hayden Kelley makes the reception for PHS.

FLORENCE - The Phillips Bears used a big game from senior running back Hunter Lanford to propel their way to a 27-14 win over the Flame of Shoals Christian.
The victory over the Flame marked the Bears’ first win of the 2019 campaign.
Lanford finished the game with three scores, one through the air and two on the ground, to lead the Bears’ offensive efforts. He also had a fumble recovery and eight solo tackles on the defensive side of the ball.

Brilliant powers their way past Meek 30-6

Pictured above Tommy Daniel (10) goes up to bat down a pass by BHS quarterback Timmy Bryant.

BRILLIANT - Rushing for over 200 yards, the Brilliant Tigers racked up over 400 yards of total offense as they powered their way past Meek High School 30-6 for their first region win of the season.
The hosting Brilliant Tigers built a 22-6 lead in the first half and cruised to the win over the final two quarters using their traditional ground-and-pound style offensive tactic.

Addison goes three straight in win over WCHS

Addisyn Smothers is at the net for the Lady Bulldogs, with Ally Blackston and Jassmine Ergle on the block for WCHS.

ADDISON - The outside temperature said 100 degrees and the action was hot inside the Addison High School gym Thursday, Oct. 3, when the Lady Bulldogs and the Winston County Lady Jackets faced off.
AHS defeated WCHS in three straight matches, 25-20, 25-23, 25-14.
Stats for AHS included:
Savannah Manley, 5 kills, 2 aces, 8 blocks, 4 digs;
Callie Crider, 14 kills, 3 blocks, 6 digs;
Addisyn Smothers, 8 kills, 8 digs;
Sunny Snoddy, 4 kills, 1 block;
Macey Butler, 2 kills, 3 aces, 2 blocks, 12 digs;

Youth basketball registration set Oct. 14-25 at NFB

HALEYVILLE - The Haleyville Parks and Recreation Department is holding youth basketall registration for boys and girls ages 5-12 Oct. 14-25.  Cost is $35 for the first child, with a multi-child discount offered. Debit/credit cards are accepted.
You may register your child at the Neighborhood Facilities Building, located on Highway 13 South Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. and Wednesday and Friday, 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.
If your child is five or 12 as of Sept. 1, 2019, they’re eligible to play.

McCollum, Blackwood recognized by AHSAA as top performers

MONTGOMERY - Phillips High School volleyball standout Ally McCollum and Winston County High School all star Mackenzie Blackwood have been recognized as a top performer by the Alabama High School Athletic Association’s Volleyball Sportlight.

McCollum had 61 kills and seven blocks to spark the Bears (19-14) to the championship of the Marion County Tournament.

HHS XC teams finish second at Warriors Invitational

Elite Runner recipients and metal recipient: left to right, front row, Mae Boyles, Kaytee Beth Boyles. Back row: Gracen Smith, Lewis Barber, Logan Smith.

By Kathy Barber
Special to Alabamian
FLORENCE - It was another hot Saturday in Florence, at the Warriors Invitational on Sept. 28. Haleyville Lions Cross Country teams excelled despite the heat. Both the girls and boys teams finished 2nd in 4A-7A division.
They both earned second place team trophies and 5 runners earned “Elite Runner” tee shirts and one earned a top place metal.

Fralix crowned HMS homecoming queen

Savannah Fralix was crowned the 2019 Haleyville Middle School Homecoming Queen during a pre-game ceremony Monday, Sept. 23. The eighth-grader was escorted by her father, Steven Fralix, and was crowned by last year’s queen, Evelyn Kate Carroll. Pictured above are Fralix and her court. From l-r: Myleigh Davis, sixth grade representative; Araya Beck-Claveria, eighth grade representative; Fralix, Savannah Brown, eighth grade representative and Skye Dixon, seventh grade representative. Savannah’s mother is Lindsey Fralix.

DSMS crowns Stice-Edgil HC Princess

The homecoming for Double Springs Middle School was held Monday, Sept. 16, during the junior high football game against Addison. “Each year, the students in grades five through eight select a girl to represent their class for homecoming princess,” teacher Beth Gilbreath said. “After the representatives are chosen, the student body votes by secret ballot to choose the homecoming princess and her court.” Alexa Stice-Edgil (eighth grade), left, was chosen as homecoming princess and was escorted by Mark Edgil. Next, Jesalyn Dotson (sixth grade) was chosen first alternate and was escorted by Jhone Tyler. Second alternate is Kaylie Gardner (seventh grade) and was escorted by Gabe Hood. On the right, Bayleigh Hampton (fifth grade) was chosen as third alternate and escorted by Wesley Hampton. The 2018 homecoming princess, Madison Comeens, crowned this year’s princess.

HHS cross country hot on the trails

Haleyville High School running Lions start the race for the girls. From left: Mae Boyles, Kaytee Beth Boyles, Michaela Ramos, Carlie Pendley, Daniela Largo, Ana Aaron, unknown, Emma Nethery, Aynelise Vickery.

HARTSELLE - Week three of the Haleyville High School Running Lions season took them to the Hartselle Tiger Invitational. Gracen Smith was the HHS top finisher for the boys and the team finished 4th overall.
Kaytee Beth Boyles was the top HHS finisher for the girls and the team finished 5th. They worked hard all week in practices and put in lots of miles. The cross country teams will compete Saturday, Oct. 5, at the Jesse Owens Classic at Oakville.
Boys top 5
13th  Gracen Smith        18:58
16th  Lewis Barber         19.49

HHS splits with Lawrence County and Russellville

HHS’ Ashton McCullar receives the incoming service from a Lawrence County Lady Red Devil.

RUSSELLVILLE - The Haleyville Lady Lions split matches with Lawrence County and Russellville Monday, Sept. 23, played at Russellville Middle School gym.
Lawrence County beat Haleyville in two straight sets 25-13 and 25-19.
Lady Lions stats for the LCHS match included:
Kaitlyn Burleson, 3 digs;
Kaylee Riddle, 2 digs;
Ashton McCullar, 5 digs, 2 kills;
Laura Lunsford, 4 digs, 6 assists;
Madison Caine, 1 kill, 12 digs;
Samara Pratt, 2 kills, 2 digs;
Adyson, 1 ace, 1 dig;
Audrey Sibley, 2 kills, 8 digs, 2 assists.

Addison outscores Vinemont 21-6

Quarterback Grant Rice runs the keeper for yardage.

VINEMONT - The Addison Bulldogs (4-2, 1-1) came out of region play to travel to Vinemont (2-3, 1-1) Friday, Sept. 27.  The pairing of the Eagles and Dawgs usually makes for some good football, and this year's clash was no different.  The Dawgs went into halftime with a razor-thin lead only to come alive in the second half, heading back across the Cullman-Winston County line with a 21-6 victory.

Russellville shuts out the Lions 35-0

Christian Chambers battles his way around the corner on a carry for the Haleyville Lions.

RUSSELLVILLE - It was a tough night for the 4A Haleyville Lions  (2-3, 1-1) Friday, Sept. 27. The Lions were shut out 35-0 by the 5A undefeated Russellville Tigers, who hosted the game.
The first score for the Tigers came with 6:47 left in the first quarter. HHS was forced to punt on downs, giving RHS the ball at their own 37. It took six plays to score, with quarterback Jacob Bishop finding Joshua Price open for the touchdown. Miguel Flores-Zavaleta’s PAT was good.

Phillips wins tri-match with Meek, Hackleburg

Gracie Hallman sets the ball for the Phillips She Bears.

BEAR CREEK - The Phillips She  Bears were on task Thursday, Sept. 26, winning matches over Meek and Hackleburg in straight sets at home.
PHS and Hackleburg played first, with the She Bears winning 25-8, 25-13 and 25-15.
Meek and Hackleburg were next on the court, with the MHS Lady Tigers winning in two straight, 25-16, 25-15.
Phillips and Meek ended the night, with PHS leading the score board 25-16, 25-14.
Stats for the She Bears in the Meek game were:
Gracie Hallman, 5 kills, 7 assists, 7 digs, 1 block;
Mary Ashton Hyde, 4 kills, 2 assists, 4 digs;

More penalties than points for Meek

Bryson Hudson is sure-handed on this pass completion.

SUMITON - With his hands in the air, eyes skyward, Meek’s Coach David Norwood shouted, “It’s a miracle,” while Meek played Sumiton Christian Friday, Sept. 27. He was referring to a play Meek got through without getting the penalty flag thrown at them, a rarity Friday night. The Tigers ultimately lost 28-6.

WCHS takes three straight in win over Lynn Lady Bears

Mackenzie Blackwood led the stats for the Lady Jackets. She is seen here putting one of 19 kills over.

LYNN - Mackenzie Blackwood lead the day, with 16 kills in Winston County High School’s victory over the Lynn Lady Bears Tuesday, Sept. 24. The Lady Jackets took the match in three straight sets, 25-13, 25-22 and 25-15.
Stats for WCHS were:
Mackenzie Blackwood, 16 kills, 6 digs, 2 aces;
Ella Moore, 5 blocks, 2 kills, 2 aces;
Elle Donaldson, 7 digs, 4 kills;
Makayla Lindsey, 8 kills, 2 aces;
Brenna Wakefield, 2 blocks, 4 aces.
Stats for the hosting Lynn Lady Bears included:
Lilli Davis, 3 aces, 4 digs, 1 kill;

Waterloo escapes with narrow win over Lynn

Carson Legg drags two defenders down field on a carry.

WATERLOO - A nailbiter turned into a heartbreaker for the Lynn Bears Friday night, Sept. 27,  when they lost by only two points to the Waterloo Cougars 30-28 in a griddy matchup showcasing strengths from both sides.
The Lynn Bears raked in a total offense of 297 yards, including 175 rushing and 122 passing.
Griffin Lynn led the Bears with  eight tackles, Carson Legg six tackles, two for a loss. Evan Lamb had six tackles for two losses on the night.
Quarterback Brandon Hill was 4-9 in the passing department for  122 yards and one touchdown.

Berry upsets Meek’s homecoming 36-30

A pass thrown to Berry’s Colton Abernathy is intercepted by Meek’s Stuart Waldrep in the third quarter.

ARLEY - The Meek Tigers had been preparing all week to face the Berry Wildcats Friday, Sept. 20, for homecoming. Even though it was a close game, Berry handed Meek the defeat 36-30.
Homecoming was held before the game started. Madison Smith, Class of 2023 and daughter of Shawn Smith and Amy Perdock, was crowned junior princess and was escorted by her father. Her flower girl was Maddie Robison, daughter of Blake and Hollie Robison. Smith was crowned by last year’s recipient, Belle Cleghorn.

Lynn comes out on top 19-12 over Brilliant

Alex Narramore with the catch.

LYNN - The Brilliant Tigers came to Lynn Friday night and turned the Bears' homecoming into a nailbiter, keeping all the fans on the edge of their seats right up until the end of the game, when Lynn pulled it off 19-12.
Lynn opted to receive the opening kick-off, setting up shop on their own 40.  After a gain of 5 by J.T. Linley, Griffin Lynn converted on third down with a 13-yard run, moving the chains to the Brilliant 43-yard line.  Carson Legg kept the drive going, getting a first down at the 32-yard line three plays later.  

Addison takes three straight sets over WCHS

Addison’s Callie Crider gets ready to hammer in the kill in action against the Winston County Lady Yellow Jackets Tuesday, Sept. 17.

DOUBLE SPRINGS - The  Winston County Lady Yellow Jackets and Addison’s Lady Bulldogs went head-to-head in a hard played match Tuesday, Sept. 17.
The hosting Lady Jackets took an eight to nothing lead in the first set, but the AHS Lady Bulldogs clawed their way back and won the set 25-22. The Lady Bulldogs did not look back in the next two sets, winning 25-11 and 25-15.
Leading stats for the Lady Jackets include:
Mackenzie Blackwood, 12 kills, 8 digs;
Elle Donaldson, 12 digs;
Ella Moore, 4 kills, 4 blocks.
Stats for Addison include:

Addison takes region win over Sheffield

Sage Smothers fights through defenders on the carry.

ADDISON - The Addison Bulldogs used a strong second half to capture their first region win of the season with a 26-6 victory over Sheffield High School on Friday night. The win for the hosting Bulldogs was crucial after dropping their first regional contest of the year 16-10 to Red Bay a week earlier.
The game opened with a scoreless first quarter, but a solo score from Addison half way through the second frame gave them a 6-0 lead they would carry into the half. The Dawgs' score came at the 6:13 mark of the quarter when Weston Smith crossed the line from four-yards out.

Yellow Jackets fall 18-6 to Sulligent

Austin Owens on the carry for the Winston County Yellow Jackets.

SULLIGENT  - Missed opportunities and turnovers told the big story Friday night, Sept. 20, as to why the Sulligent Blue Devils put the stinger to the Winston County Yellow Jackets 18-6.
The Jackets were entering the matchup 2-2 on the season, knowing they were going to face a good football team, on their opponent’s home turf.
Mistakes, including turnovers, however, spelled trouble for the Jackets, after the Blue Devils charged out of the gate and took the opening kickoff.

WCHS splits with Carbon Hill and Curry

WCHS libero Elle Donaldson sets to serve.

DOUBLE SPRINGS - The Winston County Lady Yellow Jackets got off to a slow start, losing their first set to Carbon Hill 25-16, Monday, Sept. 16.
WCHS fired up their engines in the next two sets to win the match 25-18 and 16-14.
The Lady Jackets hosted a tri-match with Carbon Hill and Curry, losing to the Curry Yellow Jackets.
In the Carbon Hill match, leading stats for the Lady Jackets were:
Mackenzie Blackwood, 10 kills and 6 digs;
Makayla Lindsey, 5 kills, 2 blocks;
Jassmine Ergle, 6 blocks, 2 kills;
Ella Moore, 5 blocks, 2 kills;

Addison outpowers Meek, Sulligent in three straight

Senior Savannah Manley is up at the net on a kill for the Addison Lady Bulldogs. She had a total of 19 kills in both matches, 2 digs, 5 blocks and 4 aces.

ADDISON - The Addison Lady Bulldogs put the hammer down, destroying Meek and Sulligent  in three straight sets for each match. Scores for the Meek match were: 25-6, 25-10 and 25-16.
The Lady Dawgs defeated Sulligent 25-9, 25-10 and 25-11 on Thursday, Sept. 19.
Bulldog stats for Meek and Sulligent combined were: Savannah Manley, 19 kills, 2 digs, 5 blocks, 4 aces;
Callie Crider, 12 kills, 11 digs, 2 blocks, 3 aces;
Addisyn Smothers, 15 kills, 5 digs, 2 blocks, 3 aces;
Sunny Snoddy, 9 kills, 3 digs, 1 block, 2 aces;

Haleyville fishing team reels it in at Wilson Lake

Matt Baugus and Nash Collum finish seventh in the tournament.

HALEYVILLE - The Haleyville High School fishing team placed well in the Wilson Lake tournament held Saturday, Sept. 7.
Matthew Baugus and Nash Collum finished seventh and the brother and sister team of Will and Maegan McCullar came in 16th out of 80 plus boats.
HHS finished as a whole fourth out of 21 schools. Team adviser John McCullar commented, “Our team performed pretty well for the tournament.”
The next tournament will be Nov. 16, at Wheeler Lake.

Winston County High School homecoming court

The WCHS princess, queen and alternates are shown with their escorts at the homecoming game. From left are Bailey Kelley, freshman princess, along with her father Jason Kelly; Makayla Lindsey, sophomore princess and her father Steven Lindsey; Cheyenne Suggs, junior princess and her father Bobby Suggs; homecoming queen Mackenzie Blackwood and father Rodney Blackwood; first alternate Kayla Stromatt and brother Jaden Stromatt and second alternate Mackenzie Heatherly and father Craig Morgan.

WCHS drops loss to Tarrant in homecoming

Yellow Jacket Austin Owens runs for and gets first down but is tackled by a Tarrant Wildcat.

DOUBLE SPRINGS - It was an unlucky Friday the 13th for the Winston County Yellow Jackets, and homecoming also coincided with the full moon. Instead of the purring expected out of the Tarrant Wildcats, they let out a ferocious yowl and trampled the Jackets 26-6.
As the game began with Tarrant in possession, the Jackets nearly intercepted the ball, but the Wildcats held on. However, the Jackets’ defense forced the first punt on the night for Tarrant.

Haleyville loses by one in OT heartbreaker

Quarterback Eli Musso crosses the goalline for the two-point conversion to tie the score.

HALEYVILLE - The Haleyville High School Lions (2-2-0, 1-1) battled from a 21-10 deficit at halftime to 28-28 as the clock ended regulation play Friday night against the Northside Rams (3-1-0, 2-0) in region play.
Due to a penalty on the play that ran the clock out, Haleyville’s Jacob Lolley kicked a tremendous 49-yard field goal attempt that was on the mark, but  fell just a couple of yards short.
The game went into overtime with HHS putting points on the board first, on a Kane Gravitt-Tucker touchdown and Lolley adding the PAT.

Red Bay escapes with 16-10 win over Bulldogs

Logan Wilkins carries the ball for Addison.

RED BAY   - The score may have been low, but the emotions were high, what was predicted as a gritty hard fought game that ended in a nailbiter, as the Addison Bulldogs were defeated by the Red Bay Tigers 16-10.
The Bulldogs never gave up, having opportunities to outscore their opponent, but their drive pressing deep to the Tiger 10 late in the game was no match for swarming Red Bay defenders.
The clock was the Bulldogs’ final enemy, as the final seconds ticked away, ending the drive and the hope for victory.

Meek loses to Hubbertville 48-24

By Allen Dunavant
HUBBERTVILLE -Hubbertville welcomed the Meek Tigers to Wiley Hollingsworth Stadium on Friday night, with hopes of bouncing back from last week’s loss.
The Lions wasted little time, being  first on the scoreboard with 8:29 remaining in the opening quarter.
The Lions were  successful with a touchdown and PAT in their next series and they were up 14-0.

HHS cheerleaders host mini cheerleading camp

Approximately 60 young ladies participated in the 2019 Haleyville High School cheerleaders’ mini cheer camp held at at Haleyville Elementary School. The participants performed for moms, dads, grandparents and others on Wednesday, Sept. 12. They also cheered on the field prior to the start of the Haleyville v. Northside football game Friday, Sept. 13, and on the track with the cheerleaders during the first couple minutes of the game. This year’s cheerleading squad includes: Emma Allen, Mallory Rushing, Emma Parson, Lilly Rae Rushing, Lily Tinch, Hannah Bishop, Ally Williams, Meredith Robertson, Michaela Ramos, Anna Kate Bice, Macy Seymour, Mary Caroline Newell, Kirsten Stevens, Emma Elkins, Bridgette Kelley, Marissa Lanford, Emily Miller, Ashton McCullar, Aleixs Bailey, Evelyn Kate Carroll and Sally Lakeman. Sponor Wendy Rushing and the cheerleaders thank everyone who participated in this fundraising event.

HHS girls finish 12th, boys come in 15th at Chickasaw Trails

Gracen Smith and Logan Smith at the half-way point.

By Kathy Barber
DANVILLE - Week two of Haleyville High School cross country took the Lions to the Chickasaw Trails Invitational in Danville.
The boys finished 15th out of 37 teams and the girls finished 12th out of 25 teams.
Lewis Barber and Kaytee Beth Boyles were the top finishers for the Lions. The runners faced 92ºF temperature, with 90 percent  humidity. It was HOT!