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There is something unique about the Wenonah Young Dragons. More than just a baseball league, it’s a community that is driven towards success…
Roebuck is the location for this week’s One Team at a Time. And it was a celebration at the ballpark as WIAT 42’s Lauren Sisler found out fi…
Three years ago Marlon Perdue started the Alabama lynx traveling basketball team, and the team has since transformed into a group of young, …
Talent runs deep for the Bibb County baseball team, and for this year’s Choctaws, it’s no different.
This week’s One Team at a Time goes to a group of girls learning the physical and mental aspects of a demanding sport.
This week’s One Team at a Time goes to a group of 7 and 8-year-olds who are having fun while learning the game.
This week’s One Team at a Time winner goes to a team winning off the field as much as on it behind a humble coach.
A team whose home field was taken away by a tornado last year is picking up the pieces and learning resiliency along the way.
What’s even greater is these girls don’t have a lot of equipment to share with the team but still manage to stay at the top of their game.
Hibbett Sports and WIAT 42 wanted to help out by nominating the group of young energetic girls as this week’s One Team at a Time winner.
This week’s One Team at a Time winner goes to a group who are learning that fundamentals are keys to success.
This group of girls is being led by example by their head coach and showing that dedication is what it takes to win.
One Team at a Time started in the spring of 2014, now we look at what could be in store for the new year.
“It comes from our principal, Kalvin Eaton,” said Erwin football coach Grady Griffin. “He asked us when he first got here, ‘Coach, I want us…
Starting a program from scratch isn’t easy, so WIAT 42 and Hibbett Sports thought they would help the Ironmen by making them this week’s One…