High School BasketballFebruary 7, 2022

February Madness in Alabama

Daphne, AL – The month of February here in the state of Alabama is February Madness the High School version of the NCAA Tournament. Teams from all over the state playing in their Area Tournaments, Sub-Regionals and Regionals in hopes of making it to Birmingham. Area Brackets Girls:  1A   |   2A   |   3A   |   4A   |   5A   |   6A   |   7A   Boys:  1A   |   2A   …

College BasketballFebruary 5, 2022

Bishop State WBB 11 Straight Wins

Mobile, AL – Bishop State Community College has a new Women’s Basketball Coach at the helm Adria Harris . Coach Harris is a native of Mobile, AL graduated from St. Paul’s Episcopal High School. Harris went on to play Division 1 basketball at Alabama State University from 2001-05 under Head Coach Freda Freeman-Jackson . Harris was …

High School BasketballDecember 6, 2021

Catch the Daphne Hoops Classic Live

Daphne, AL – The Daphne Hoops Classic is the second year of the event hosted by Daphne High School Basketball. Ballin Down South Sports Network has broadcast the event since the inaugural season of the event. This event is one of many that will be happening throughout the state of Alabama. College Coaches will be watching via the Ballin Do …

WNBANovember 18, 2021

WNBA APPROVES NEW PLAYOFF FORMAT

NEW YORK, Nov. 18, 2021  – The WNBA Board of Governors approved changes to the league’s playoff format and postseason seeding, effective with the 2022 season, the WNBA announced today.  The reconfigured postseason structure will include three rounds of series-play using a best-of 3-5-5 format.  Beginning with the WNBA’s 26 th  seaso …

High School FootballAugust 19, 2021

Shemar James Returns Home

By Ron Wallace Mobile, AL – Just only a few weeks ago Florida Football Commit Shemar James returns home to Faith Academy after transferring to Navarre High School. James played at Faith Academy for Head Coach Jack French where he was a the top prospect for college coaches across the country. James made the transfer to Navarre so he could gradu …