Mobile Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Mobile, AL

  • Monday Nov 24 | via Alabama Live 

    Monday Morning QB: Semis feature two Coastal Alabama...

    In Class 5A, No. 1 St. Paul's gets its second rematch in as many weeks. After beating B.C. Rain for the second time last week, the Saints host Jackson in the semifinals.

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  • Monday Nov 24 | via Alabama Live 

    Help choose the Coastal Alabama Football Player of t...

    MOBILE, Alabama -- Six Coastal Alabama teams are still alive for the AHSAA semifinal round this week, and each of those teams has someone in consideration for this week's Coastal Alabama Player of the Week. Vote for your choice for the performance of the week until 5 p.m. Wednesday.

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  • Friday Nov 21 | via Alabama Live 

    St. Paul's defense comes up big in quarterfinal win ...

    MOBILE, Alabama Ask Steve Mask what the recipe is for St. Paul's being 13-0 at this point in the season, and he'll mention one thing above all else. The Saints came into Friday's Class 5A quarterfinal with B.C. Rain having committed seven turnovers on the season seven.

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  • Friday Nov 21 | via Alabama Live 

    St. Paul's 38, B.C. Rain 0: Saints force seven turno...

    MOBILE, Alabama Steve Mask felt like his St. Paul's team played with a purpose on Friday night in the Class 5A quarterfinals. The Saints forced seven B.C. Rain turnovers, ran for 445 yards and whipped the Red Raiders 38-0 in the AL.com Coastal Alabama Game of the Week at E.E. Delaney Stadium.

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  • Thursday Nov 20 | via Alabama Live 

    Pumpkin pie, cornbread dressing and Thanksgiving wee...

    MOBILE, Alabama -- The table is set for a bountiful and bounce-able feast next week as many of the Bay area's top boys and girls basketball teams will be celebrating Thanksgiving by participating in holiday tournaments. For the boys, Theodore , the top-ranked team in the AL.com Coastal Alabama Super Six poll, will be at the Robertsdale pre-Thanksgiving Tournament starting Monday, as will sixth-ranked McGill-Toolen .

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  • Wednesday Nov 19 | via Alabama Live 

    Surging B.C. Rain, No. 1 St. Paul's face off in surp...

    MOBILE, Alabama When St. Paul's and B.C. Rain played in Week 3 of the regular season, few people would have predicted a playoff rematch between the two teams. The Saints were 3-0 following a 49-20 victory at Trimmier Park , while the Red Raiders dropped to 0-3.

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  • Wednesday Nov 19 | via Alabama Live 

    What team is the biggest playoff surprise? Watch Jos...

    Did you know that more than dozen teams with three or more losses remain alive in Alabama's high school football playoffs? Yes, Cinderella is alive and well, but perhaps the clock will strike midnight this week during Friday's third round of the AHSAA playoffs and the championship round of the AISA playoffs. Watch AL.com's Jeff Sentell and Josh Bean discuss the biggest surprises from the first two weeks of the 2014 playoffs.

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  • Tuesday Nov 18 | via Alabama Live 

    Four McGill-Toolen athletes sign national letters of...

    MOBILE, Alabama - Four McGill-Toolen athletes - Russell Noletto, Ebie Douglas, Sean Collins, and Chris Taylor - signed athletic scholarships to Division I schools Tuesday morning. Noletto signed a swimming scholarship with Auburn University, Douglas signed a cross-country/track and field scholarship with the University of Alabama, and Collins and Taylor signed track and field scholarships with the University of South Alabama.

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  • Monday Nov 17 | via Daily Mountain Eagle 

    Trotter named ASWA's Offensive Player of Week

    Cordova's Chase Trotter is the ASWA's Offensive Player of the Week after accounting for five touchdowns in the Blue Devils' 35-34 win over Cleburne County last week. Photo by Jason Clark The Cordova quarterback had a hand in all five Blue Devils touchdowns in Friday's 35-34 win over Cleburne County, throwing four touchdowns and adding the game-winning 1-yard touchdown run with 1:59 to go.

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  • Monday Nov 17 | via Alabama Live 

    Cordova's Chase Trotter, Guntersville's Nicky Erwin ...

    The Cordova quarterback had a hand in all five Blue Devils touchdowns in Friday's 35-34 win over Cleburne County, throwing four touchdowns and adding the game-winning 1-yard touchdown run with 1:59 to go. For his performance, Trotter is this week's Alabama Sports Writers Association Offensive Player of the Week.

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  • Monday Nov 17 | via Alabama Live 

    Coastal Alabama MMQB: Saraland, Foley road wins, B.C...

    Here is a quick review of what happened last week and a quick look ahead to this Friday's games. -- 3 Week 13 eye-openers: 1) B.C. Rain again.

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  • Monday Nov 17 | via Alabama Live 

    Help choose the Coastal Alabama Player of the Week f...

    MOBILE, Alabama -- Carl Williams continued his hot hand for surging B.C. Rain, Javon Brown continued to adjust to the offense at Spanish Fort and Trevor Carvin's play may have changed the entire game for Foley. Vote for your choice now.

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Mobile High Schools

Baker High School (8901 Airport Boulevard)
Ben C Rain High School (3125 Dauphin Island Parkway)
John S Shaw High School (5960 Arlberg Street)
L E Flore High School (700 Donald Street)
Lillie B Williamson High School (1567 East Dublin Street)