Congratulations to Opelika High School graduate Justin Shorter on signing a track and field scholarship to Limestone University!
For the third year in a row, Opelika High School’s boys dominated the sprints and field events as Opelika captured the AHSAA Class 6A State Indoor Track and Field Championship Saturday at the Birmingham CrossPlex on Friday, 1-6-21.
Congratulations to Coach Jimmy Johnson, staff & team. GO DAWGS!!
As the weekend of the East Alabama Baseball Classic was wrapping up, everyone knew the season was in question as the Coronavirus was making the news. On March 27 with conjunction with the Governor directive, all sports were suspended for the remainder of the school season. In a media release, AHSAA Executive Director Steve Savarese said, “Like thousands of others, I am deeply saddened and disappointed that our schools have closed, and spring sports will not have an opportunity to finish their seasons. Even more so, I am disheartened for all student-athletes, contest officials, their coaches, families, student bodies, fans, communities, and especially our seniors. We are facing an unprecedented health crisis, but I am prayerful that the steps we are taking now within our schools and across our nation will enable all those affected to return to a sense of normalcy sooner than later.”
My heart goes out to all the players and especially the seniors. God Bless, practice social distancing and stay well.
Opelika High Schools Sports update: Boys Basketball Area Play: Opelika lost in double overtime against Russell Co 56-52. They Should be at Calera Tuesday in Sub-Regional. Indoor Track in Montgomery: Class 6A Opelika managed 37 points to hold a slim lead over defending champion Homewood, which had 36 to capture Class 6A . Runner-up In the Long Jump, Eric Watts of Opelika (22-07.75) was edged out by Edwin Rainey of Northridge by 2.25 inches.
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