11 records fell today in the first of two days of the Indoor State Meet.
The Alabama High School Athletic Association Central Board has approved a plan to incorporate and calculate scoring for adaptive and wheelchair student-athletes participating in the AHSAA outdoor track & field championships, effective this spring. The action was taken Wednesday at its annual winter meeting in Montgomery.
The AHSAA moments ago announced the 2015 State Track Meets locations.
AHSAA announces yearly awards at the conclusion of All-Star Sports Week.
Miller of Falkville self-corrects a falsely reported new state record.
6 teams were crownd as State Champions Saturday in Selma at the AHSAA 1A-3A State Championship.
The AHSAA Legislative council voted on rules proposals today. Not much will affect Track/XC but there are two things that we might feel the impact from.
The AHSAA State Indoor Track Championship remains on tap for Friday and Saturday at the Birmingham CrossPlex but with delayed start times for the two days of competition.
The AHSAA Track & Field Mini Clinic has been announced for Thursday, November 7th. The Clinician this year is Jill Lancaster of Troy University.
The Alabama High School Athletic Association has announced Jan 22, 2014 as the day that the new classifications for member school will be announced. The Alabama Independent Schools Association has also been approved to petition to become a member of the NFHS.
St. Paul’s High School junior Shelley Spires totaled an AHSAA Heptathlon state-record 1,979 points on the second day of competition Tuesday to finish with 4,776 points to capture the 2013 individual championship.
Senior Cameron Stokes of Mobile’s McGill-Toolen High School was the picture of consistency Tuesday and scored 5,538 points to capture the AHSAA 2013 Boys Decathlon championship at Hoover High School.
McGill-Toolen’s Carmen Carlos and Corner’s Blake Byrd were named the overall winners at the 28th annual Bryant-Jordan Student Athlete Awards Banquet here Monday night at the Birmingham Sheraton Hotel as 96 high school regional honorees were recognized and awarded approximately $1 million in scholarships.