• Smiths Station Panthers get back to working out

    Smiths Station Panthers get back to working out

    The preparations for the football season for the Panthers are more different this year than in the past. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic our way of life has been changed and athletics, not just on the high school level, have been placed on hold.  Smiths Station was forced to cancel the remainder of the spring

  • 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

  • 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

  • Softball: Smiths Station wants to be better tomorrow

    The Smiths Station Varsity Softball team wants to rebound from last year’s disappointing 13-20 record and last place finish in the Area 4 standings. This year’s team is young but has a lot of talent. Five senior Panthers have signed letters of intent to play softball at the collegiate level this past December, during the

  • Season ends one game short for the Panthers

    Season ends one game short for the Panthers

    The Smiths Station basketball team had a roller-coaster ride of a season. The Panthers hit a seven-game losing streak in the first half of December but went on a 7-5 winning streak during late December/early January. The Panthers started Area 4 hot by going 2-0 against Auburn and Central but could not maintain the lead

  • Panthers pick their future schools

    Panthers pick their future schools

    Smiths Station held its National Signing Day ceremony last week which showcased seven student-athletes that signed letters of intent to play at the collegiate level. The sports that were represented were football, soccer (boys and girls), and volleyball. After the early signing period late last year, which had nine student-athletes and last Wednesday’s signees, Smiths