• Disappointing, but the right decision

    With cases of the coronavirus jumping from one reported case on March 13 to 12 Sunday night, the AISA’s decision to close athletic spring sports down until April 5 was one based on the general health of students, parents and school personnel. Glenwood headmaster Frankie Meacham was in the position of not only heading up

  • Smiths Station Lady Panthers loses first Area 4 game, 10-7

    The Lady Panthers traveled to Phenix City last Tuesday to take on their biggest rival and first Area 4 contest of the year Central High in a losing effort 10-7.  An early first inning lead by the Devils proved to be costly to the Panthers in this one despite having a rally of their own

  • Central wins three of four before season suspended

    Central wins three of four before season suspended

    With the coronavirus shut down the high school baseball season looming, Central thought maybe its game with No. 3 Baker High of Mobile last Friday night would be the last game the Red Devils would be able to play for the next three weeks – if not for the rest of the season – as

  • Panthers improve play

    Panthers improve play

    Last week the Panthers had some home cooking playing six total games and all six in the comfort of the Smiths Station Baseball Complex. They went 4-1 over the six games with one game being suspended. The week started out with a mid-week shutout of Beauregard, 10-0. The team had spent the previous two weekends

  • Gators sweep wood bat games

    Glenwood improved its season record to 12-3 as they won three out of the four games played the week of March 8-14, including two in the Autauga Academy wood bat tournament. Now the Gators baseball squad will have to sit and wait as AISA has suspended spring sports until April 6, when classes resume. “We

  • Lady Red Devils on pause

    Lady Red Devils on pause

    The pause in the 2020 high school softball season could not have come at a worse time for the Central High Lady Red Devils – sport-wise. The team is riding a seven-game win streak and just captured its first area victory of the season, 10-7 over rival Smiths Station High. But, for now at least,