November 9, 2006 RSS feed / Sports

Aggies defeat Jemison Panthers

The Jackson Aggies ended their season in winning fashion Friday night as they beat the Panthers of Jemison 28- 21. The Aggies finished the season with a 5-5 record and fifth place in 4A Region 1. More...

Thomasville rattles Clarke County Bulldogs

The Clarke County High School Bulldogs let some opportunities slip through their fingers as they lost 26-6 to the Tigers of Thomasville High School in the 91st meeting in the Backyard Brawl at H.G. Prim Stadium in Grove Hill. More...

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First round of state playoffs finally here

The end of the season has finally passed and it is time for the first round of the state playoffs. This week, Keith Mitchell is the guest prognosticator. More...

McIntosh region champ after Frisco removed

The McIntosh High School Demons have won a region championship for the first time in over 20 years. The Demons were able to accomplish this feat when Frisco City was eliminated due to an ineligible player. More...

Jackson's annual cheerleader competition was this past Thursday night in the More...

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Cheerleader competition 2006

The Jackson Academy JV squad won the overall award at the cheerleader competition. More...

Leroy belts Butler, prepares for Holy Spirit

The Leroy Bears sealed off an 8-2 season Friday night with a 34-8 win over Choctaw County in Butler. More...

Eagles fall short at state championships

The Jackson Academy volleyball team placed third at the 2006 AISA State Tournament on Saturday in Montgomery. Kayla Lowery received All- Tournament recognition for her performance in the tournament. More...

This weeks games include:

Leroy vs Holy Spirit Southern Choctaw vs Pickens Red Level vs Hale County Thomasville vsCent-Tuscaloosa More...

Wash. Co. Bulldogs attack Wildcats

Washington County defeated their arch-rivals, the Millry Wildcats, 21 - 7 Thursday night to conclude the regular season. The Bulldogs pounded out 235 yards on the ground in the victory and the defense allowed only 160 total yards to the Wildcats. More...

(All games are Friday, Nov. 10, at 7:00 p.m. CST unless noted otherwise.) More...

The winners of the football contest for Week 10 are:

Adam Walker of Grove Hill 1st place.
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Area activities in pictures

The Jackson Academy varsity cheerleaders placed first in the varsity competition at the recent Clarke-Washington Fair. More...