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Against all odds, Palmer still playing sports
Don’t tell Kennedy Palmer she can’t do something. The Athens Bible School senior refuses to let anything keep her from playing sports.
Forced to give up baseball, Eakes excels on golf course
Andrew Eakes always thought he would grow up playing baseball at Ardmore High School and help the team make it to a state championship game.
Gandy right at home
East Limestone fans have grown accustomed to watching Jordon Gandy light up the scoreboard in basketball and on the gridiron for the past four years. While it’s hard to imagine the senior in anything but East colors, it wasn’t always the case.
The two-sport all-state player isn’t from Alabama.
- No. 2 Flame sweep No. 3 Trojans
Ardmore's Durrett signs with Campbellsville
Before this season started, Clint Legg knew Hayden Durrett was poised for a breakout year. The first-year Ardmore coach had watched Durrett play for three years, but saw the potential for more from the tight end.
Athens High's McLin signs with Faulkner University
Athens High School senior wide receiver Shaquille McLin is among 20 seniors and the third Golden Eagle to earn a college football scholarship this spring, signing Tuesday to play for Faulkner University.
High school fishing clubs on the rise
Considered a hobby by most, bass fishing is now serious business for few dozen students in Limestone County. Fishing teams from Athens, Clements and West Limestone may be new, but they are ready to compete at a tournament at Joe Wheeler State Park Saturday.
Athens shuts out Cullman for area soccer win
Athens took a big step toward securing a playoff spot with a 3-0 shutout victory over Cullman Saturday. Goals from Williams Mathews, Harper Ward and Cole Schrimsher secured a crucial area victory at Athens High School Stadium.
Limestone Sports HOF announce 2014 inductees
The Limestone County Sports Hall of Fame will induct eight new members at its annual banquet held June 14 at Athens State University. The 2014 inductees are:
Ardmore-Elkmont alumni game a week away
If you played football at Ardmore or Elkmont, it’s time to toss the old pigskin around again.
An alumni football game featuring former Ardmore and Elkmont players is set for 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 11, at Ardmore High School’s football stadium.
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