After three scoreless innings, Smiths Station ripped a two-run home run to left in the fourth and started on its way to a 9-2 win to end the Enterprise baseball season.
Enterprise used a big inning to win the first game of its Class 7A state playoff series against Smiths Station April 24, but the Panthers also had a productive frame in the second game of the doubleheader to keep their season alive.
Luverne swept the New Brockton baseball team April 24 in a doubleheader to end what was a historic season for the Gamecocks.
The Enterprise boys soccer team lost 3-2 against McGill-Toolen April 23 on the road, but despite the defeat the Wildcats feel more prepared as they enter their playoff matchup against Smiths Station next week.
A two-run homer from Brittany Lee was part of a 14-hit effort from the Enterprise softball team in a 5-0 win against Opp April 23 on the road.
The Enterprise softball team had eight hits but stranded seven runners April 21 in a 4-1 loss to Rehobeth on Senior Night.
Both the boys and girls tennis teams finished in the top 10 in the state in Class 7A after the April 20-21 state tournament in Montgomery.
The Enterprise Lady Cats soccer team sent its seniors out with a 4-0 win against Providence April 21 in their final home match of the regular season.
The Enterprise junior varsity softball team hit its stride early in the season and never lost a step.
New Brockton split two Class 2A, Area 5 softball series last week and took an April 20 loss to Kinston.
A 3-0 win against Jeff Davis April 20 assured an undefeated record in Class 7A, Area 4 competition for the Enterprise Wildcat soccer team.
Kaylee Hussey knew exactly what she was looking for when she stepped to the plate In the bottom of the seventh inning April 20 against Northview.
The inaugural Class 7A playoffs begin this weekend and Donaldson Park will be one of the venues that host a playoff game.
The New Brockton Gamecocks baseball team is continuing to break new ground in the Class 2A state playoffs.
The Enterprise softball team had a good day at the plate April 17 despite adverse weather, and the Lady Cats powered to a 12-3 win against Robert E. Lee.
From left, Lily, 5, and Zoey Swank, 3, twirl in the street as they listen to music with their mother April at Fabulous Fourth Friday in downtown Enterprise.
Residents gather around the stage as the Spring Fling Fashion Show begins during Fabulous Fourth Friday.
Coach Creigh Purnell
A multigenerational workforce means a new approach to health insurance.
Coffee County Schools BOE Building in Elba