The Guntersville varsity boys soccer team competed in the prestigious Baylor School tournament in Chattanooga on Friday and Saturday.
Coach Capper Reed, the Guntersville High girls’ softball team, is excited about the current season. They started back in the fall when they began workouts, she said. It all started coming together as the girls worked extremely hard as a team.
The Guntersville Wildcat boys’ soccer team picked up a big area win over Brewer by the score of 4-1 at home on Tuesday night. The win gives the Cats a 4-0 record in the area and 4 wins, 3 losses, and 2 ties overall.
The Guntersville High School baseball team has misplaced their flag and decided that they would carry one on the field. On Tuesday, March 12, Ryan Gann, second basemen, proudly carried the flag.
The Guntersville Varsity boys soccer team evened their record at 3 wins, 3 losses, and 2 ties with a 5-2 win at Fairview on Tuesday night. The Wildcats completed the season sweep of the Aggies and moved to 3-0 in area play.
Cathryn Lynn of Marshall Christian led her team to a 1-point win with 19 points and was chosen Most Valuable Player at the Alabama Christian Athletic Association State All-Star basketball game at Tuscaloosa Christian School on Saturday, Feb. 24.
"The Guntersville High basketball banquet was a great night for us to celebrate both the boys and girls programs at Guntersville High School," Coach Russell Carr.
Alabama Forestry Commission tree giveaway Friday, March 8, at Guntersville Rec. Center from 9 a.m. until about lunch time. 800 trees to give away. Event hosted by Guntersville Tree Commission.
Family traditions run deep when it comes to DAR basketball. There’s a proud history of fathers who played well at the school and then sons who followed in their footsteps.
After winning the Southern Shootout in Foley a little more than a week ago, Guntersville’s girls soccer team ascended from No. 2 to No. 1 in the Alabama 4A/5A girls soccer rankings.
The DAR varsity boys made their long awaited return to the Northeast Regional Basketball Tournament last Tuesday at Jacksonville State University. The day didn't go as planned as the Patriots fell to the Talladega Tigers 85-59.
The Guntersville girls soccer team went to The Southern Shootout in Foley last weekend. They left the school and travelled down Wednesday. They played matches Thursday night, Friday and 2 games on Saturday and won the tournament.
The Guntersville girls varsity soccer team started their season ranked as the No. 2 team in the state in 5A. Trinity was ranked as No. 1 based on last year's finish, but Guntersville coach Mike Jones believes that the team to beat this year will be Montgomery Academy.
For the first time in school history, the Marshall Christian Stallions boys basketball team reached the ACAA Final 4. It is the team’s third consecutive Elite 8 appearance, but first time to advance to the semi-final, Coach Alan Thacker said.
Condra Murphy had 14 first half points and Hayden Peek 16 in the second half to lead Marshall Christian's junior high boys over Banks of Birmingham 54-35 in the championship game.
Guntersville junior Lauren Mark has been selected to play on the North team in the Alabama High School Athletic Association's annual North/South All Star volleyball game.
IN THE SHOW. The DAR boys basketball team is going to the regional tournament at Jacksonville State University for the first time since 2003. The Patriots will play Talladega Tuesday at 1:30 at JSU’s Pete Mathews Coliseum. Here, T.J. Leonard (21) and Howie Boxley (12) chest bump to celebrate…
18 YEARS IN MAKING. The DAR boys basketball team won its first area championship in 18 years Thursday night when they defeated Randolph at home. More details on the special victory are on P. 9. Team members are, from left: