September 7, 2006 RSS feed / Sports

Games around the state this week

Choctaw Co. vs Francis Marion Clarke Co. vs Calhoun Clarke Prep vs Monroe Aca. Coffeeville at Marengo Jackson Aca. at Patrician Aca. More...

CCHS dominates WCHS

The Washington County High Lady Bulldogs got their volleyball season underway last week, but in More...

Washington County whips the Demons of McIntosh

The Washington County Bulldogs opened the 2006 football season Friday night against the McIntosh Demons at Jordan-Wilcox Stadium. More...

Panthers fall hard in opener to A.L. Johnson Eagles

The Coffeeville Panthers began their season in harsh fashion as the Eagles from A.L. Johnson of Thomaston came to Coffeeville and defeated Coach Walter Rozier's Panthers 58-6. More...

Clarke Prep takes one on the chin

The Clarke Prep School Gators suffered their first loss in almost a year as they lost 27- 14 to AAA powerhouse Faith Academy last Friday in Mobile. More...

Jackson Academy moves to 0-2 after loss to Wilcox Academy

The Jackson Academy Eagles took Highways 43 and 10 up to Camden Friday to face-off against Wilcox Academy. More...

Area teams begin play within their respective region

After an interesting first week of play, area teams gear up to start play within their respective regions. More...

The South Alabamian contest winners for week

1 were: 1st place- Scottie McBride of St. Stephens ($25) 2nd place- Ruby Milne of St. Stephens ($10) More...

Basketball changes take place in 2006-2007

Beginning with the 2006-07 high school basketball season, only one warning will be given for any of the four delay situations before a technical foul is assessed, including the newlyapproved delay situation for water on the court following a time-out More...

Hunter education class offered

The Game and Fish Division of Alabama is offering hunter education courses at Alabama Southern Community College, Thomasville campus on September 11-13. The classes will be held from 5-9 p.m. each night. More...

Attorney general shoots down tax aimed at hunters

An opinion issued today by Alabama Attorney General Troy King apparently will stop plans by the Alabama Department of Revenue (ADOR) to collect new taxes aimed at hunting establishments in the state. Jerry A. More...

Miller takes bite out of Clarke County

The Clarke County High School Bulldogs hung tough but fell 21-6 to the visiting Tigers of T.R. Miller last Friday night at H.G. Prim Stadium in Grove Hill. More...

Thomasville sneaks by Sweet Water

The Thomasville Tigers jumped out to an early lead and then played great second half defense to beat the Sweet Water Bulldogs 20-14 at Dover F. Anderson Stadium last Friday night to claim northern bragging rights for another year. More...