December 15, 2005 RSS feed / Sports

Demons dominate Millry with 50-point spread

Lady Demons are undefeated

The McIntosh boys continued their trek through the season by defeating Millry 89-39 and pushing their overall record to 3-2. More...

Dawgs pull down 72-55 victory over Fruitdale

The Washington County High School Bulldogs continued to roll with their winning season Saturday, with a 72-55 victory over the Fruitdale Pirates. More...

Big 10-point killed

Dean Hayes of Jackson killed this 187-pound 10-point buck, Mon-day, Dec. 12, while hunting in the St. Stephens area. He shot the deer with a 25-06 rifle. More...

Shoots big 11-point

Dustin Stringer, 8, killed this 150-pound, 11-point buck Dec. 2 in the Coffeeville area while hunting with his grandfather, Joe Stringer, of Coffeeville. He shot the deer with a 243 rifle. More...

Tough laws for those attacking school personnel at sporting events Sports Chatter

The situation that occurred in Citronelle last Friday night was the exact opposite of what you might expect from these two high schools. When I heard the news of a fight which caused the early ending of the Jackson High vs. More...

Panthers still undefeated going into Tuesday’s game

The Coffeeville Panthers danced their way to victory again last Friday night by defeating Marengo 78-58 sending them to 5-0 overall and 3-0 in the area. More...

JA boys suffer pair of losses, while girls enjoy taste of victory

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Kills first deer

Destin Price brought down an 85-pound spike with his .243 Savage rifle Dec. 2, while hunting with his step-brother, Jimmy Pipkin on private property in Clarke County. More...

Jackson native retiring as UWA athletic director

UWA Athletic Director Dee Outlaw has announced today that he will retire his full-time position at West Alabama effective July 1, 2006. More...