AHSAA News - 2010-11 Archive


At Jacksonville State University
To State Finals
 2/19 Huffman  37  Homewood  73  
 10:30 am Homewood  53 .
Feb. 22, 10:40 am
 2/19 Gadsden City  79  Gadsden City  65
(6A--NE Qualifier)
 1:30 pm Minor  69  
 2/19 Spring Garden  58  Holy Family  43  
 4:30 pm Holy Family  71 .
Feb. 22, 2 pm
 Faith Christian
 2/19 Collinsville  66  Faith Christian  60
(1A--NE Qualifier)
 7:30 pm Faith Christian  74  
 2/20 J.O. Johnson  53  Anniston  66  
 10:30 am Anniston  56  
  Feb. 22, 5:20 pm
 2/20 Butler  75  Butler  69
(5A--NE Qualifier)
  1:30 pm Talladega  71  
 2/20 Piedmont  74  Piedmont  68  
 4:30 pm Westbrook Chr.  67  
Feb. 22, 8:40 pm
 White Plains
 2/20 White Plains  50  White Plains  75
(2A--NE Qualifier)
 7:30 pm Ranburne  47  
 2/21 Crossville  76  Crossville  48  
 10:30 am Glencoe  65  
  Feb. 23, 10:40 am
 Madison Acad.
 2/21 Madison Acad.  79  Madison Acad.  49
(3A--NE Qualifier)
 1:30 pm Weaver  58  
 2/21 Cherokee Co.  64  Cherokee Co.  53  
 4:30 pm Saks  45  
Feb. 23,  2 pm
 2/21 Guntersville  63  Guntersville  72
(4A--NE Qualifier)
 7:30 pm Tarrant  58


NFHS School Broadcasting Program

(5-27-11) AHSAA's Mitchell To Receive NFHS Citation
(5-23-11) 10 Coaches' Children Scholarship Winners Named
(5-20-11) Ragland, Mortimer Jordan, Pisgah Join Softball Champions List
(5-20-11) Spanish Fort Repeats; Huntsville Claims First State Title
(5-20-11) Rules Violations Result In Fines For Two Schools
(5-19-11) Gordo, American Christian, Shoals Christian, UMS Win State Crowns
(5-10-11) Pinson Valley Removed From Softball Playoffs
(5-10-11) 3 Schools Draw Fines For Rules Violations
(4-29-11) Schedules Revised For Track & Field, Golf, 6A Soccer
(4-29-11) Tornado Relief Fund Established For AHSAA Schools
(4-28-11) Upcoming Playoffs Are Halted Until Monday
(4-20-11) 3 Proposals Pass; Board Elects New Officers
(4-18-11) Baseball, Softball, Soccer All-Star Teams Are Named
(4-14-11) Three Schools Forfeit Baseball Games
(4-11-11) Washington, DeVoe Are Top Bryant-Jordan Winners
(4-10-11) 'Making A Difference' Award To Honor 6 Coaches
(4-8-11) North-South All-Star Football Teams Named
(4-8-11) Baseball Home Run Spree Includes State Record
(4-7-11) Pisgah's Holley Sets State Career Home Run Mark
(4-6-11) Lacey, Hamby Named 2011 Mr. & Miss Basketball
(4-3-11) Central-Hayneville Star Cops Slam Dunk Title
(4-1-11) Free ACT/SAT Prep Courses Are Available
(4-1-11) Elba, Walter Wellborn Forfeit Baseball Games
(3-22-11) North-South Basketball All-Stars Are Named
(3-21-11) Prep Hall Of Fame Inducts 12 As Class Of 2011
(3-19-11) 12 To Be Inducted Into Hall Of Fame Monday
(3-18-11) Alabama Basketball All-Stars Are Swept Again
(3-10-11) 24 All-Stars Picked For Ala-Miss Basketball Classic
(3-5-11) Erwin, Hillcrest, Bob Jones, Greensboro, Madison Academy Win State Basketball Titles
(3-4-11) Butler, Brewbaker Tech, R.A. Hubbard Win State Crowns
(3-3-11) Pickens County, Both Tanner Teams Win Titles
(3-3-11) Washburn Selected To National Hall Of Fame
(3-2-11) Class 3A And 4A Teams Take Final 48 Center Stage 
1A And 2A Teams Open 2011 Final 48 Action
(3-1-11) Pennsylvania Team, Umpire Win NFHS Spirit Award

(2-19-11) Thompson, Arab, St.Clair Co. Win First Wrestling Titles
(2-18-11) Womack Sets State Wrestling Record For Wins
(2-18-11) Coaches Are Named For North-South Football Game
(2-17-11) Thompson Leads 6A As State Wrestling Meet Opens
(2-16-11) North-South Volleyball All-Stars, Coaches Are Named
(2-16-11) Boaz Girls Team Removed From Basketball Playoffs
(2-14-11) Six Teams Named For Champions Challenge
(2-7-11) Adcock Named Coach For Alabama Football All-Stars
(2-3-11) Licensing Program Nets Funds For Participating Schools
(2-3-11) NFHS Ban On Concept 1 Shoes Is Lifted
(1-27-11) 2011 Volleyball Rules Changes Primarily Administrative
(1-26-11) Board Reinstates Indoor Track For 2012
(1-13-11) Bayside's Schilling Is National Volleyball Coach Of The Year
(1-12-11) Wetumpka's Golden Named 2010 Mr. Football
(1-6-11) NFHS Defeats National Championship Proposal
(1-6-11) March Is Brain Injury Awareness Month
(12-21-10) Rules Violations Result In Fines For 2 Schools

(12-17-10) Two Schools Fined For Rules Violations
(12-11-10) Alabama All-Stars Clip Mississippi In 2 OT
(12-10-10) Three Schools Draw Fines For Rules Violations
(12-7-10) Four Schools Receive Fines For Rules Violations
(12-7-10) Alabama Football All-Stars Replace Two Players
(12-4-10) Bob Jones Boys, Hoover Girls Win Swim Titles
(12-3-10) Daphne, Leroy, Thomasville, Spanish Fort, Sweet Water, Leeds Win Grid Titles
(12-2-10) Leeds Wins 3A Crown To Open Super 6

(11-30-10) New Mentoring Program Is Expanding
(11-27-10) Hoover, Reeltown Defend Titles In Super 6
(11-24-10) Reeltown Coach Notches 200th Career Win
(11-22-10) 8 Varsity Squads Win In State Cheer Competition
(11-21-10) 12 Selected To Hall Of Fame Class Of 2011
(11-20-10) 3 Defending Champions Make Football Playoff Semis
(11-13-10) Mountain Brook, Scottsboro Continue Cross Country Domination
(11-13-10) Seven Region Champions Make Football Quarterfinals
(11-9-10) State Golf Tournament Set In Mobile
(11-6-10) 4 Defending Champs Alive In Football Playoff
(11-6-10) Handley Win Is 250th Of Battles' Career
(10-30-10) Football Playoffs Open With 6 Defending Champs
(10-28-10) St. Paul's, Bayside, Cottage Hill, Guntersville, Huntsville, Addison Cop Titles

(10-26-10) Wenonah Forfeits Two Football Games
(10-20-10) Ainsworth Joins AD/Coaches Association Staff
(10-26-10) Pleasant Home Back 'Rushes' Into Spotlight
(10-26-10) Wenonah Forfeits Two Football Games
(10-20-10) Ainsworth Joins AD/Coaches Association Staff
(10-20-10) Mayes Wins No. 1,000, Joins Elite Group
(10-19-10) 'Role Of Parent In Sports' Course Is Available
(10-19-10) Two Unbeaten Teams Live Up To Expectations
(10-19-10) Fruitdale Forfeits Three Football Games
(10-13-10) 7 AHSAA Coaches To Speak At ASAHPERD Conference
Record-Setting Receivers Enter Weekly Spotlight
(10-5-10) Alabama Squad Selected For Ala-Miss Classic

(10-5-10) Austin Wins Marathon Game At Shades Valley
(9-27-10) Horton Sparks Etowah To Remarkable Finish

(9-23-10) NFHS Coaching Basketball Course Is  Now Available
(9-21-10) Kickers Take Center Stage In Weekly Spotlight
(9-18-10) Tucker Now State's Winningest Prep Football Coach
(9-13-10) Linden Back Scores 7 TDs In Single Quarter
(9-6-10) Gardendale Back Ties Record With 6 TD Catches
(8-28-10) Fayette County Back Goes Into First Spotlight
(8-28-10) Tucker Reaches Milestone Coaching Victory

(8-26-10) AHSAA Mourns Death Of Hall Of Famer Ed Bruce
(8-21-10) Jackson, Opelika Post Champions Challenge Wins

(8-20-10) Young Coaches Featured In Champions Challenge

(8-17-10) 5th Champions Challenge Is Tripleheader
(8-12-10) AHSAA Mourns Death Of T.R. Miller Principal
(8-3-10) Eight Service Awards Highlight Officials Banquet
(8-2-10) AHSAA Will Mandate Heat Timeouts In Early Football Games
(7-21-10) Board Approves $1.2 Million Under Revenue Sharing Plan
(7-16-10) North Wins All-Star Football Classic

(7-16-10) Waivers On Composite Bat Ban Is Being Considered

(7-15-10) Saban Addresses Large Crowd; Coaches Honored

(7-15-10) North Stars Continue Basketball Success
(7-15-10) North Sweeps All-Star Volleyball Series
(7-15-10) Baseball Rules Change Puts Moratorium On Composite Bats

(7-14-10) North All-Stars Sweep Softball Doubleheader
(7-14-10) 132 High Schools Recognized For Sportsmanship
(7-12-10) North Boys, South Girls Open All-Star Sports Week With Soccer Wins

(7-11-10) Soccer All-Stars Open Sports Week Contests

(7-9-10) Alabama's Young Receives NFHS National NFHS Citation
(7-2-10) Some Track & Field Rules Changes Have More Lenient Penalties

(6-29-10) Penalty Created For Incorrect Softball Lineup Cards
(6-28-10) Spirit Rules Clarify Use Of Assisted Stunts
(6-6-10) Fairhope's Norris Selected 2010 Mr. Baseball

(6-5-10) Hueytown's Streetman Named 2010 Miss Softball


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Houston Young (center), with more than 40 years of service to the AHSAA track & field program, was the national recipient of the NFHS Citation for Officials at the 2010 NFHS summer conference in San Diego. (Photo special to the AHSAA)