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Hartselle High School rallied for three runs in the last two innings to beat three-time defending champion Spanish Fort Saturday morning 3-2 and claimed 2013 the Class 5A State Baseball Championship at Riverwalk Stadium. Comment?
Sixth-ranked Hartselle found its flair for the dramatic, scoring three runs in the sixth and seventh innings to rally past No. Comment?
... Class 5A Finals MVP put his bat out with a defensive swing and then the ball found a gap in the infield, giving Hartselle a 3-2 win in Game 2 of the Class 5A Championship Series and its eighth state championship. Brady Wallace (3-2) was the unlikely ... Comment?
... win its first Class 6A state baseball championship tonight, Hewitt-Trussville is going to have to buck the trend. Hartselle just defeated three-time defending state champion Spanish Fort to claim the Class 5A championship. Hartselle won the series, ... Comment?
Blackwood blasted a two-run homer in the bottom of the first, and Tyler Phillips added another in the fifth as sixth-ranked Hartselle cruised past No. Comment?
Hickory Critters team members Brice Callaway, left, and Patrick Hill walk in the rain after submitting their barbecue wings to the people's choice contest during the 4th annual Cotton Pickin' BBQ Cook-off and Festival in downtown Hartselle on Friday. Comment?
The town of Hartselle loves its baseball. From five year olds through high school, baseball occupies the hallowed ground of youthful dreams. Comment?
Somewhere in Hartselle, a baseball pings off a bat all during the day and into the night. Comment?
Hudson Sneed, a sixth grader at Hartselle Junior High School, is decades ahead of most adults when it comes to having the savvy to successfully negotiate the stock market. Comment?
MONTGOMERY, Ala . - Shortstop Brett Blackwood slammed a two-run homer in the first inning and third baseman Tyler Phillips added a solo blast in the fifth as Hartselle beat Spanish Fort 8-2 to take game one of the AHSAA Class 5A State Baseball Series Friday night. Comment?
Gary Cosby Jr./ Decatur Daily Hartselle High defeats Spanish Fort 8-2 in game one of the state championship series in Montgomery Friday, May 17, 2013. Comment?
Hartselle used a 2-for-3, 3 RBI performance from Tyler Phillips and complete game from Jackson Smith to defeat Spanish Fort in Game 1 of the Class 5A Championship Series at Paterson Field. Comment?
Hartselle used a pair of touchdowns by D'Andre Mack to defeat the Deshler Tigers 24-21 in its spring game on Thursday. Comment?
Hartselle High School senior Arin Eddy won low medalist honors for the second straight year at the Class 1A-5A State Golf Tournament in Muscle Shoals on May 13-14. However, her performance was not enough to put Hartselle's team in the winning circle for the fifth year in a row. Comment?
During a work session Monday night, Hartselle Fire Chief Steve Shelton said the city's EMS committee recommended 6-0 that the city rescind its agreement with County EMS and enter into an agreement with Crossroads EMS of Somerville. Comment?
Payton Marie DeLoach, daughter of David and Susan DeLoach of Hartselle, celebrates her third birthday today. Comment?
... will be one of eight to be inducted into the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday, May 18, 2013. A native of Hartselle, Orr played collegiate basketball at Auburn University, where she won a number of accolades. She was a Kodak All-American three ... Comment?
... elimination games throughout the night, and the last person standing will win a Family of Four Season Pass to the Hartselle Aquatic Center worth $250. An elimination game will be played each hour, sending one participant home. The games require both ... Comment?
... some short videos and shared them with students groups." Songwriter Chuck Oden, who also pastors a church near Hartselle, got involved when he learned what the TAG students were doing. "I thought they had some good ideas and I pursued the idea of ... Comment?
A problem with the expansion joints in the Hartselle Aquatic Center pool deck is estimated to cost $11,000 in repairs, according to Jeff Johnson, director of the Hartselle Department of Development. Comment?