Light lifts Wallace State baseball in DH split with Columbia State

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State freshman pitcher Braxton Light struck out nine Columbia State batters, including five looking, in five innings Wednesday night, propelling the Lions to a 6-2 victory and doubleheader split at James C. Bailey Stadium. Light, a righty from Southside-Gadsden, was dominant from the start, scattering a run on three hits as…

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No. 19 Wallace State men race past Alabama Southern in ACCC Tournament quarterfinals

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Four Wallace State players finished with double figures, and the top-seeded Lions overcame a slow start in a 77-60 victory over Alabama Southern in the Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC)/Region 22 quarterfinals Wednesday afternoon at Tom Drake Coliseum. Wallace State, ranked 19th nationally and one of two top seeds in the tournament,…

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Wallace State’s women’s basketball team pulls 2nd straight tournament upset, advances to ACCC semis

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State’s women’s basketball team pulled its second consecutive upset in the Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC) postseason on Tuesday afternoon, prevailing 62-58 over Southern Union in the ACCC/NJCAA Region 22 tournament quarterfinal round at Tom Drake Coliseum. Wallace State freshman guard Kelsey Houston continued her torrid postseason shooting, finishing with 17…

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Wallace State hosting the women’s and men’s Alabama Community College Conference/NJCAA Region XXII tournaments on March 1-4

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HANCEVILLE – Wallace State Community College is set to host the women’s and men’s Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC)/NJCAA Region XXII tournaments at Tom Drake Coliseum on March 1-4. The ACCC postseason began over the weekend with first-round games played at host sites in both the women’s and men’s brackets. Sixteen teams will now converge…

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