Hailey Sutton joined the WSFA 12 Sports team in December 2019. Originally from Red Oak, Texas, Hailey spent nearly two years working as the weekday sports anchor and reporter for KFBB News in Great Falls, Montana. She has rodeo, six-man football, professional basketball and everything in between!
A former collegiate soccer player, Hailey graduated from Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology before obtaining her Master of Journalism in 2018.
When she’s not on the sidelines, Hailey enjoys playing with her two dogs, Max and Toby, checking out the local museums and trying new restaurants.
The Auburn Montgomery softball team defeated Mississippi College on Saturday to win the Gulf South Conference Championship. It was the Warhawks’ first championship at the Division II level in program history.
It was a busy Saturday at Lagoon Park! In addition to AISA state softball, Dream Court hosted its sixth annual Unified Play Day - a tennis tournament that partners local players with special needs athletes.
The City of Selma had a sweet surprise in store for legendary basketball coach Willie Maxey over the weekend. The community held “May for Maxey” to celebrate Maxey’s time coaching at Selma High School.
The Double-A affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays returned to Riverwalk Stadium this weekend to prepare for opening week. The Biscuits will travel to Tennessee for a five-game set with the Smokies before holding its home opener on May 11.
The Montgomery Biscuits teamed up with Black College Nines and BCSG 360 to host the Black College World Series. The four day tournament began on Wednesday, April 28 and will continue through Saturday, May 1.
The warmer weather means people are spending more time outside, and many folks are taking a dip in the river. But, you don’t need a boat to have a good time, thanks to a new sport that could be coming to River Region.
The Auburn Tigers swept Mississippi State 5-0-0 on Sunday to clinch the 2021 SEC women’s golf championship. It was the teams 10th conference title in program history, and it’s first under head coach Melissa Luellen.
A loss in the Magic City Classic isn’t how Alabama State football wanted to end their 2020 season. But according to Hill-Eley, there was plenty to learn from this spring season as the team prepares for the 2021 season.
There’s been no shortage of excitement at Alabama State this week. The Hornets are gearing up for the Magic City Classic, the biggest HBCU rivalry in Alabama, but there’s plenty more on the line this weekend than just bragging rights.
Gordon is the first player from the girls program to sign since to a college program since 2015, and the first to sign NCAA. She becomes the 15th Georgiana basketball player (boy or girl) to sign since 2008.
A series of missed opportunities; that’s how Coach Donald Hill-Eley described ASU’s performance last week against South Carolina State. But that’s in the past. This week the Hornets are turning their attention to Mississippi Valley State.
For 43 years, Trinity baseball coach Ken Whittle’s normal has been music playing at the ballpark while his team takes the field on game day. But, at the end of this season, he’s decided to hang up the cleats and call it a career.