November 17, 2005 RSS feed / Sports

Luverne no match for Southern Choctaw Indians

The Southern Choctaw In-dians de-clawed the Luverne Tigers for a 37-14 win last Friday night on the Reservation in Gilbertown. More...

Wildcats close out 2005 season with heartbreaking loss to Loachapoka

The Millry Wildcats More...

JA Varsity Volleyball Team receives awards

The Jackson Academy Varsity Volleyball players were recognized for an outstanding season during the school More...

JA MVPs named

The most valuable players for Jackson Academy More...

Tigers roll into quarter-finals

It took four quarters and one overtime period but the Thomasville Tigers pulled off a 28-27 win over the Tigers of Cleburne County this past Friday, Nov. 11. More...

JA JV Cheerleaders are top winners

The Jackson Academy Junior Varsity Cheerleaders were the top winners in their division at the annual Clarke-Washington Fair Cheerleader Competition. They were also recognized at Jackson Academy More...

Sixteen unbeaten teams advance to quarter-finals Sports Chatter

Sixteen unbeaten teams and five defending champ-ions More...

JHS kicks off 2005 basketball season

The Jackson High School basketball program got off to a great start for their 2005-2006 season with JV girls and varsity boys getting huge wins. More...

This Week’s Games Nov. 17

WCHS at Millry Nov. 18 J.U. Blacksher at Coffeeville More...

Gators plow through Tuscaloosa

The Clarke Prep Gators plowed through the Knights of Tuscaloosa Academy with 534 yards of total offense for a 62-7 win last Friday night in Grove Hill. More...

2005 Jackson Academy Fall Sports Banquet

JA Varsity Cheerleaders recognized

The Jackson Academy Varsity Cheerleaders were recognized during the school More...

JA JV Volleyball players receive awards

Members of the Jackson Academy Junior Varsity Volleyball Team were recognized for their efforts during the 2005 season during the school More...

Cross Country Award

Jackson Academy More...

Football Contest Winners

The winners of last week More...