After starting the first week of 2022 strong with two great wins (Smith Station 58-56 and BTW Tuskegee 74-65), the Bullock County Hornets played their most dominating game in the season against Barbour County.
Khurtiss Perry, a native of Bullock County signs with the University of Alabama. After being offered over 43 scholarships to the best colleges in the country, Khurtiss decided the University of Alabama was his best fit.
The Eagles of Conecuh Springs won over Adullum Thursday night on the Eagles’ home court but it was not easy. The Eagles led throughout the game but Adullum pressed to come back but their extra effort was not successful.
Amarion Tolliver plays for the Auburn Raptors club/travel basketball team and is a senior at Bullock County High School. His mom is Bertha Tolliver; his stepdad is Nicholas Mims; his Sister, Alyshea Tolliver, and brothers Noah Mims and Nicholas Mims.
Conecuh Springs junior Lott Putnam was selected to participate in the 22nd Annual Alabama Baseball Coaches Association’s High School All-Star Varsity Event held at Troy University.
Lott Putnam’s one-out line drive to the right field corner drove home Miguel Gudino from second base in the bottom of the seventh inning to push Conecuh Springs past ACAA rival New Life Christian, of Millbrook, 3-2, on Tuesday, March 9, 2021 at Eagle Diamond.
The Conecuh Springs Christian Eagles varsity baseball team opened the 2021 season with a mercy-rule shortened 14-1 win over ACAA competitor Victory-Millbrook on Thursday, March 4, 2021, in Millbrook.
Kathryn Barker, a Senior at Macon East Academy, was selected to play in the Alabama Independent School Association All Star basketball game on Friday, February 19th at Crampton Bowl.
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.