It was fitting the Southern Shootout Tournament ended in a penalty shootout, and the Enterprise Wildcats soccer team took home the title with a 1-0 win against Auburn in the final.
Enterprise Wildcats soccer cemented its spot in the final of the Southern Shootout with a 5-0 shutout of Spain Park Saturday.
Both Enterprise tennis tams beat Auburn Feb. 12 in Class 7A, Section 2 play.
McGill-Toolen ran to a 3-0 victory Feb. 12 against the Enterprise Lady Cats soccer team.
The EHS boys soccer team earned its second win in the Southern Shootout with a 3-0 shutout of McGill-Toolen.
The EHS boys soccer team started the 2016 Southern Shootout Soccer Tournament with a 4-2 win against St. Paul's.
First-half foul trouble cost the Lady Gamecocks basketball team in a 49-20 loss against Goshen Feb. 11 in the Class 2A, Area 5 Tournament championship game.
The first pitch of the 2016 Enterprise High School baseball season will be thrown Feb. 15, when the Wildcats host Stanhope Elmore at noon and Headland in a 5 p.m. nightcap, but the year has already begun.
The Enterprise Wildcats' soccer season kicked off on the right foot Feb. 9, with a 4-0 win against Montgomery Academy.
Missed opportunities cost the New Brockton boys basketball team Feb. 9 in the Class 2A, Area 5 Tournament, and Goshen won 53-44 to end the Gamecocks' season.
The Enterprise boys basketball team's season ended Feb. 9 with a 62-50 loss against Robert E. Lee in the first round of the Class 7A, Area 3 Tournament.
Alissa Haynes made four of her nine free throws Feb. 8 against Zion Chapel, but those four shots helped the Lady Gamecocks to a 47-45 win in the Class 2A, Area 5 Tournament.
The Enterprise Lady Cats lost 68-54 Feb. 8 against Robert E. Lee to end their basketball season with a loss in the Class 7A, Area 3 Tournament.
With most of America focused on the Super Bowl, the Enterprise varsity cheerleading squad was focused on winning its own trophy at the National High School Cheerleading Competition at Disney’s Wide World of Sports in Orlando Feb. 6-7.
The last of four U.S. Baseball Academy Spring Training sessions wrapped up Feb. 7 in Enterprise, and camp director J.D. Pruitt is pleased with their impact.
CCYLP Chair and ESCC Director of Adult Education Dr. Terri Dunn, left, front, and ESCC Recruiter Terri Parker speak with local students Abby Kelley, right, front, Milana Reynolds and Nate Dukes during the Community Resource Day.
Sara Kilingsworth, left, front, Keke Jones, and Tori O'Neal ask Laurel Oaks Marketing Coordinator Brent Cosby about the programs his business offers.
Cameron Carnley, left and Garian Ware ask Wiregrass Rehabilitation Clinic Employment Specialist Tammy Farr how her organization relates to their assigned scenario.
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