September 9, 2004 RSS feed / Sports

Winner of jump off competition

Jackson Academy third grader Desiree Spence attended J.A. Cheerleader Camp Aug. 21. She won the jump off competition. She is the 9-year-old daughter of Stacy and Jim Spence of Jackson. More...

Wildcats claw their way past Fruitdale’s Pirates

When the Pirates of Fruitdale (0-2, 0-1 in 1A Region 1) rolled onto Wildcat hill they brought a thunderstorm, but they did not have enough thunder to overcome Millry (2-0, 1-0) in a 14-6 defeat. More...

Coffeeville wins battle of the Panthers

Special to The South Alabamian The Coffeeville High School Panthers used a balanced offensive attack and a stingy defense to beat the Panthers of Marengo High 26-12 last Friday night at The Swamp in Dixons Mills. More...

JHS’s Aggies fall to region/county foes,THS Tigers

The South Alabamian The Jackson High School Aggies suffered a tough 40-22 region loss at the hands of Thomasville High School More...

Top 15 reasons to watch college football

No.15. There is no Maurice Clarrett this year. Thank goodness that guy is gone and he got what he deserved. I hate that Mike Williams had to take one under the chin, but that is just how it goes. More...

CCHS blasts Sumter Co.

Special to The South Alabamian Braving a monsoon, the Bulldogs from Clarke County High ran through the Wildcats of Sumter County 49-6 last Friday night in York. More...

Red Level defense too much for Bulldogs

The Washington County Bulldogs went into last Friday More...

Running game key to CPS win over Pickens

The Clarke Prep School Gators used a power running game to hold off the Pickens Academy Pirates 21-12 last Friday night in a battle of Class AA West region powers. More...