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Run with goats Saturday
Belle Chevre Creamery will hosts the first annual ‘Running with the Goats’ Saturday in downtown Elkmont. The event will feature a 10K, 5K and fun run on the certified Rails to Trails course.
- Athens softball team wins state
American Outlaws: Locals band together to support U.S. soccer team
One of the newest official chapters is in North Alabama where U.S. supporters have banded together to form American Outlaws Huntsville.
Cantering forward: McCain charged with reviving Colts' program
Cody McCain, 28, is the youngest head football coach in Limestone County, emerging from a pool of 107 applicants to become Clements' third coach in three years in early April.
2014 Coaches All-County Baseball Team
The 2014 Coaches All-County Baseball Team:
County MVP, Reed, settling in to pro ball
It was a good year for Limestone County baseball. Ardmore and Athens Bible advanced to the state championship series, while Athens gave 5A runner-up Cullman all it could handle in the postseason.
Athens, West players drawing college football offers
Athens defensive back Paxton Schrimsher and West Limestone lineman Dakota Siniard are among the blue-chip rising seniors from the city and county’s seven high schools.
- Athens' Ridgeway is News Courier’s Girls Soccer Player of the Year
Sayer is News Courier’s Boys Soccer Player of the Year
The East Limestone rising senior is one of the top players in the state, scoring 39 goals for the Indians in 2014. For his near record-breaking season, Sayer is The News Courier’s Boys Soccer Player of the Year.
Williams battled injury to earn Limestone MVP honors
East Limestone’s softball team may not have reached the playoffs this season, but that doesn’t mean the Indians don’t have talent on their roster. Look no further than sophomore Brittany Williams, who was voted MVP, by Limestone County School softball coaches last month.
“She is a hitting machine. She’s been a .350 to .380 hitter her entire career,” said East Limestone head coach Brett Nave. “She’s pretty much had a full career already, as a sophomore.”
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