By Darius Cates
Last week was full of exciting competition for the Hornets. First game on December 7th was in the capital city versus the Trinity Presbyterian Wildcats. Bullock County was facing a bigger and more experience team.
The Conecuh Springs Eagles Varsity Volleyball team continued their season with action last week against New Life Christian from Millbrook and Harvest Christian from Ozark.
Conecuh Springs varsity golfers AJ Taylor and Lott Putnam combined for a 218 to land 2nd Place in the varsity boys team competition at the 9th annual ACAA golf competitions at The Pines in Millbrook, AL on September 28, 2020.
Friday night, the Bullock County Hornets took on its rival Booker T. Washington for the 2020 “Battle of Highway 29” game. The Hornets attempted to cancel the flight of the Golden Eagles for the third year in a row.
After a chaotic week that saw Tropical Storm Sally drop more than 10 inches of rain in just over a day, the CSCS Eagles were able to take the field for Homecoming against the Stallions of Marshall Christian.
The Eagles of Conecuh Springs opened up their football season on the road this past Friday night as they visited the Patriots of Chilton Christian. After leading most of the game the Eagles ran out of gas with just under two minutes left in the contest and lost 32-23.
After having Friday’s game postponed and location changed (Inclement weather) the Hornets had a home opener versus the Central-Hayneville Lions. Bullock County entered a new era with Coach Sheldon Ward leading the way.
The sun was high and the Alabama heat was oppressive, but the breeze that flowed through the passenger seat window of his uncle’s pickup truck, was enough for Khurtiss Perry.
It was indeed an honor to coach you in your senior year. My high school football coach died a few weeks ago, and it affected me in ways I did not expect. There is an incredible bond between a coach and his players.
The Union Springs Hornets 11-12 year old team held its ring ceremony on Saturday, January 4, 2020, at halftime during the Bullock County High School Girls’ Basketball Game to celebrate their victory in the River Region Youth Football League.
The 2019 Alabama Sports Writers Association All-State high school football teams, honorable mentions and coaches of the year were released late Friday night. Bullock County punter Jose Arias-Vasquez made second team all state.
The Bullock County Hornets boys’ basketball season is off to a good start. Led by Coach Douglas Moore in his eighth season, the Hornets are coming off one of the best finishes in school history after winning the regional championship and reaching the AHSAA 3A semifinals or final four.
On Friday night Dec. 13, Conecuh Springs Christian School will welcome home alumni from CSCS and Bullock Memorial School to play in our “Old Timers” basketball game.
On Friday, October 25, 2019 the Conecuh Springs Christian School (CSCS) Eagles hosted a semifinal playoff game against Victory Christian from Millbrook. A back and forth contest eventually saw the Eagles come up short by a score of 38-28.
Friday night the Bullock County Hornets played in their first playoff game in school history. The Hornets were the fourth seed in 3A Region 3. The fourth seed plays the first seed of 3A Region 4. This assignment placed the Hornets against the number one ranked team in the state, Gordo Greenwave.