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.
Former Alabama linebacker Rashaan Evans and his foundation, the Razor Foundation, donated more than $40,000 worth of equipment to the Loachapoka football program; a gift that some of the players have never received.
The Park Crossing Thunderbirds are entering 2020 with a new mindset and a new leader. Former Loachapoka head coach LC Cole returns to Montgomery to take over the program, and hopefully help the bird take flight.
Chip Lindsey is entering his second year as head coach of the Troy Trojans, and it has been a challenging summer adjusting to a new normal due to coronavirus protocols. But the return to camp on August 7 gave the Trojans a sense of normalcy ahead of an uncertain season.
"The expectation is where it's always been at. We've only got one returning starter off last year's team in Anden Hilyer, so that's the challenge," said head Coach Bobby Carr. "But our kids have been responding.