April 3, 2008 RSS feed / Sports

Millry wins county tourney; Bears finish second

The Millry Wildcats breezed through the Washington County tournament to improve to 23-5 on the season, winning the county championship in the process. Leroy had a strong performance with the Lady Bears only losses coming at the hands of the No. More...

Bears blank Southern Choctaw

The Leroy Lady Bears blanked the Southern Choctaw Indians 7-0 Tuesday, March 25. Meg Smith and Heather Ryland combined to toss a nohitter in the game. More...

Bears suffer worst loss in school history, rally off three straight wins

The previously top-ranked Leroy Bears suffered their worse loss in school history Tuesday, March 27 at Bayside Academy. The Admirals teed off on Leroy pitching and seemed as if they could do nothing wrong in a 15-1 victory. More...

Jackson swim team seeking members

The Jackson swim team is currently seeking members, ages 4-18, for the 2008 swim season. Team members must be members of the Jackson Facility Committee (H.W. Pearce Memorial Park). More...

BMAC swimmers compete in sectional championships

Seven members of Baldwin Mobile Aquatic Club (BMAC) competed in the 2008 Southern Zone Eastern Section Age Group Championships. Swimmers from 10 states participated in the swim meet March 13-16, 2008, in Charlotte, N.C. More...

County tournament action

A Fruitdale runner slides under the tag of a Washington County infielder. (Photo by Bruce Hansen) More...

Aggies run win streak to seven, improve to 18-3

The No. 5 Jackson Aggies continue to stay hot on the diamond, extending their winning streak to seven games. "We need to keep doing what we are doing," Aggie coach Jason Jones said. More...

Eagles split with Coosa Valley

The JA Eagles moved their record to 8-10 by splitting a doubleheader with the defending 1A champion Coosa Valley Rebels in Harpersville Thursday, March 27. The Eagles won the first game 7-6 and lost the second 7-3. More...

Lady Aggies win one, lose four to fall to 14-12

The Jackson Lady Aggies had a tough week losing four games while winning only one this past weekend in the Satsuma tournament to fall to 14-12 on the season. Satsuma 8, Aggies 0 Satsuma blanked the Aggies 8-0 to start off the week. More...