March 27, 2008 RSS feed / Sports

Leroy Bears win five; move to 17-2

The No.1 Leroy Bears revenged their two losses last week with five blowout wins this week on the diamond. Clint Moseley led the Bears with an amazing week in which the junior drove in 10 RBIs on a 10- 10 clip. More...

WCHS Bulldogs fall to 5-9 on the season

The Washington County Bulldogs fell to 5-9 on the season. WCHS knocked off Fruitdale 13-3 but was swept by Clarke County in Grove Hill. More...

Golfers can win $30k at benefit

Golfers from throughout west Alabama are invited to Linden Rotary Club's benefit tournament where they can win $30,000 for a hole in one Saturday, April 26. More...

Faust bags gobbler

Tucker Faust, 10 years old, killed his first turkey hunting with his dad Scott. The turkey weighed 14 pounds and had two beards, one 4 inches and one 2 inches long. More...

Eagles fall to 7-9

The Jackson Academy Eagles knocked off South Choctaw Academy and Wayne Academy before falling to Monroe this week on the diamond. More...

UAB offers Leroy QB full scholarship for football

Clint Moseley, quarterback from Leroy is getting noticed by several schools. He was excited Tuesday when his team won an area baseball game and the first scholarship offer finally arrived. . More...

Former Aggie standout still bleeds 'purple and gold'

Former Jackson star Lev Holly continues to have success on the playing field long after his days as a player for the Aggies. The 1998 JHS graduate lettered in football, baseball and basketball. More...

Lady Eagles improve to 7-6 with wins over SCA, Monroe

The Jackson Academy Eagles improved to 7-6 with two wins this past week in softball. "We picked up two big wins this week," Eagle coach Christy Lowery said. "We are finally starting to hit the ball. Each week we are improving. More...

JHS QB club taking last orders for Boston butts

The Jackson High School Quarterback Club is still selling Boston butts to benefit the JHS football program.Cost is $25. Deadline for orders is Friday, March 28. Money is due at time of order. More...

Pizza Pro takes 9-10-year-old championship

Pizza Pro won the 9-10-year-old Clarke County Youth Softball groups opening day championship this past weekend. More...

Lady Aggies play 'small ball' to upend Leroy

The Jackson High School Lady Aggies knocked off Clarke County and Leroy this week to improve to 13-8 on the year. More...