Cullman’s softball program has a new leader.Megan Cagle, who was named the Black and Gold’s volleyball coach in June, will assume a second head coaching role during the spring — and she couldn’t be happier about the situation.“I was all for it,” she said. “I’m a big advocate of multi-sport athletes. If a coach can coach two sports, then athletes can say, ‘I think I can do this as well.’ I thought about it and prayed about it. I have no doubt it’s going to be great.
Cullman's Dylan Finch and Holly Pond's Griffin Morris are officially in midseason form.And it's only July.The talented basketball tandem teamed up over the weekend to help Pro One Select defeat the Atlanta Timberwolves 79-73 in the championship game (17-and-under Grey Bracket) of the Best of the South Tournament in Emerson, Ga. Finch (13 points and 12 rebounds) and Morris (10 points and 10 assists) each earned double-doubles for their AAU squad to wrap up the annual event, which was...
We all know the name Triston Chambers.The 2016 Cold Springs graduate captivated, dazzled and enthralled Cullman County on the basketball court during his tenure with the small-school program, garnering a bevy of accolades — Class 2A Player of the Year (2016), All-Area Player of the Year (2016), All-State First Team (2014-16) and All-Area First Team (2014-16) all come to mind — en route to closing out his impressive career as the aforementioned Cullman County's all-time leading scorer with...
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