November 3, 2005 RSS feed / Sports

Wildcats dampen Bulldogs’ homecoming

The Millry Wildcats made the short trip down Highway 17 Friday night to take on the Washington County Bulldogs in the annual rivalry contest. More...

Aggies lose tough fight against Citronelle

Aggies quarterback Richard Howard looks for a receiver. (Photo by Jessica Dawson) More...

Injuries contribute to Eagles’ loss against Faith

With six starters out due to injuries, the Jackson Academy Eagles suffered a disappointing 62-0 loss at the hands of AISA powerhouse Faith Academy this past Friday night in Mobile. More...

Directory of Area Churches

ASSEMBLY OF GOD First Assembly of God Coffeeville Road More...

WCHS Homecoming 2005

The Chatom Middle School 2005 Homecoming Court (L-R) are L to R: 5th Grade Maid Haley Howard, 6th Grade Maid Molly Beech, 6th Grade Maid Shondrika Hicks, 8th Grade Maid Dacy Reynolds. More...

Football Contest Winners

The winners of last week More...

Local teams look for first win in post-season play this week

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All six defending champions-Sweet water (1A), Leroy (2A), Oneonta (3A), Demopolis (4A), Homewood (5A) and Hoover (6A)-are in the 192-team field kicking off the 2005 state prep football playoffs this week, according to first round pairings announced b More...

AHSAA, AISA playoff pairings for the first round

(All games are Friday, Nov. 4, at 7:00 p.m. CST unless otherwise indicated.) More...

Bears take a bite out of visiting Florida team

Head Coach Scott Phelps gets his 100th career win

The Leroy Bears took their winning ways into the final game of the regular season last Friday against the Crusaders of Pensacola Catholic with a 23-13 win, bringing their overall record to 9-1 for the season. More...