• 73°

Goodwin likes baseball’s hit/catch challenge

Chase Goodwin played baseball with the Indians as a first baseman. He also made the Allstar team and played center field. CONTRIBUTED
Chase Goodwin played baseball with the Indians as a first baseman. He also made the Allstar team and played center field. CONTRIBUTED

MADISON – From all his extracurricular activities, Chase Goodwin’s favorite sport is baseball because he likes of the sport’s challenge to hit and catch.

“Chase really enjoys trying to hit a homerun at every bat and sliding home,” his mother Sherri Goodwin said. Chase played baseball with the Indians as a first baseman. He also made the Allstar team and played center field. Madison Mad Sox won first place in the Constellation bracket at the World Series.

In basketball, he played center with the Kings, who won the championship game for 7U teams. In flag football, he played wide receiver and quarterback with Upwards.

Chase is a third-grader at Columbia Elementary School. Last year, he participated in Drama Club and performed in “The Wizard of Oz.”

Cartez and Sherri Goodwin are Chase’s parents. Cartez works for Dekalb County Schools in Georgia. Sherri works for Huntsville City Schools. “Chase has one adult sibling who lives in Mississippi. Chase already is an uncle to a beautiful little girl,” Sherri said.

“Our family moved to Madison four years ago,” Chase said. “We moved from Georgia to be closer to my granddad who was diagnosed with a terminal illness.”

Q&A

Q: At what restaurants do you enjoy eating?
A: “My favorite place to eat is McDonald’s,” Chase said.

Q: What is your favorite food?
A: Cheeseburger and fries.

Q: What are your favorite sports teams?
A: “In football, I like the Panthers and Giants. In basketball, I like Golden State Warriors and the Cavaliers. In baseball, I like the Chicago Cubs,” Chase said.

Q: What’s your favorite sports memory?
A: “My favorite memory was the catch by O’Dell Beckman Jr. in the end zone with one hand,” Chase said. “I caught a ball like that on first base, got up and ran the third-base runner down to make a double play.”

Q: What do you like to do in your free time?
A: Play in the neighborhood with friends and playing the game, Minecraft.

Madison

Rocket City Federal Credit Union establishes the “Detective Josh Moseley Fund” for assistance

Business

Stores, parents gearing up for sales-tax holiday

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

FCA Sports Camps- Faith And Sports

Digital Version

Digital version of The Madison Record – July 17, 2024

Madison

Madison Senior Center assists in TARCOG’s ‘Live and Live Well’ launch announcement

Madison

Canine officer, Bear, joins Madison Police force to detect devices, offer therapy

Bob Jones High School

Tosha Swearingen now serving as Rainbow Assistant Principal

James Clemens High School

Holmes accepts Assistant Principal position at Midtown

Madison

Nedjra Russell named Administrator of West Madison Pre-Kindergarten Center

Huntsville

Space & Rocket Center CEO to speak at chamber’s ‘Business Over Breakfast’

Madison

Main Street Alabama presents revitalization potential for downtown Madison

Main Street Alabama presents revitalization potential for downtown Madison

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Sparkman Grad Picked By Kansas City Royals In Major League Baseball Draft

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

“I’m Meant To Be Here”- Dell Pettus Signs With New England Patriots- Former Sparkman Player Goes Pro

Lifestyles

Get those pumpkins planted: Halloween starts in July

Events

CAFY Back to School event to be held Saturday at Calhoun’s Huntsville campus

Bob Jones High School

Teachers support DIAL Scholarship program at UAH

Events

Joe Davis Stadium to host UNA vs. Jax State collegiate soccer match Aug. 18

Huntsville

UAH announces search for a master developer to enhance college-town experience

Events

Huntsville Parks & Recreation to host inaugural Color Jam Family Fun Run & Walk

Madison

Fernandez named Assistant Coordinator of Accountability and Innovative Programs

Madison

ALEA reports 9 traffic deaths, 3 drownings over July Fourth travel period

Madison

Management institute awards scholarship to Michelle Epling

Madison

Sarah Crouch’s debut novel, ‘Middletide,’ sets whodunnit in Puget Sound

Liberty Middle School

White named Secondary Instructional Technology Specialist

x