FLORENCE — Jordan Smith opened a big lead after two rounds and coasted to a victory in the Eddie Frost Division championship flight of the Florence Open at Blackberry Trail on Sunday.
For the parks and recreation departments in Florence, Muscle Shoals, Sheffield and Tuscumbia, summer 2020 is over before it started.
The sites are different for Randy Tate, comparing his few rows of corn, peas and okra today to the balls and strikes and pressure of New York long ago.
Fresh off a MVP season in 2019 with the Miami Marlins Single-A affiliate Jupiter Hammerheads, Florence graduate Braxton Garrett was invited to big-league spring training, excited for a new opportunity.
Social options are limited during the on-going coronavirus pandemic, but the area’s top public golf courses are open for business.
Even though he carries a 220 average at Lauderdale Lanes, Michael Robbins is not immune to making a bad shot every now and again.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Former University of North Alabama broadcaster J.D. Byars has been named Alabama Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sports Media Association, the association announced Monday.
Lo Hammond and Madelyn Dawson each collected individual state titles and the F.A.S.T. team finished second place in the small team division recently at the Alabama Recreation and Parks championship meet in Opelika.
Austin Gean and Fred Boughner won in runaway fashion. Dwight Hamner, not so much. Those were the stories Sunday in the final round of the Florence Open played at Blackberry Trail golf course.
Austin Gean, Fred Boughner and Charles Whitehead take leads into the final round in their respective flights at the second Florence Open golf tournament being played at Blackberry Trail.
University of North Alabama golfer Brant Bishop led four players under par in the Eddie Frost division after the first round of the Florence Open golf tournament being held at Blackberry Trail Friday. Bishop shot 2-under 70 to lead by one shot over Brenden Keller, Austin Gean and Zach Ashley…
Two local track and field athletes from the Shoals qualified recently for the USATF Hershey National Junior Olympic track meet being held Monday through Sunday in Sacramento, California.
Most families are lucky to have one college athlete in the family, but for 92-year-old Sarah Mays it has turned into a common occurrence that has kept her on the go trying to keep up with the exploits of her extended family tree.