May 8, 2008 RSS feed / Sports

Bears escape Wicksburg, head to semi-finals

The top-ranked Leroy Bears battled back from a 1-0 deficit in the best-of-three series against Wicksburg with two straight wins to advance to the semi-finals of the Alabama High School Athletic Association's playoffs. More...

Kelly, Aggies kick-off spring football practice

Jackson High School kicked off the start of a new beginning Monday, May 5, when the Aggies buckled up their chinstraps and threw on their shoulder pads for the first day of spring football practice. More...

Pizza Hut scores four in the first to hold off JB Auto

Pizza Hut 4, JB Auto 3 Pizza Hut plated four runs in the first inning and held on for a 4-3 victory over JB Auto. Chipper Tucker led all hitters with a 3-3 day at the plate. Kie Steed and Will Fuller added two hits. More...

Leroy eliminated in area tourney

The Leroy Lady Bears' season ended at home during the area tournament after losses to Flomaton and Excel. LHS knocked off Bayside 22-1 in the opening game before falling 5-3 to Flomaton and 10-3 to Excel. More...

Jackson Links tourney May 24

The Men's Association of the Jackson Links is sponsoring a four-person 27 hole scramble on May 24. Tee off will be at 8 a.m. Call the golf house at 246-9993 to sign up or for more information. More...

JHS Lady Aggies finish second in area tournament

The Jackson High School softball team finished the regular season with a 24-15 record after placing second in the area tournament in Thomasville. More...

Alabama High School Athletic Association's semifinal pairings

(Each best-of-three series is scheduled May 9-10 with a doubleheader Friday and a single game, if necessary, Saturday. All times at CDT.) Class 1A Providence Christian at Brantley, 4:30 and 6:30 p.m. (1 p.m. More...

Reeves' 3-run homer lifts Aggies over Childersburg

Jeremy Reeves ripped a threerun homer to put Jackson up 9-8 and cap off a six-run bottom of the sixth inning to send the Aggies to the AHSAA semifinals Friday night with a twogame sweep of the defending 4A champion Childersburg Tigers. More...

Lady Aggies swept by Ashford in first round

The Jackson Lady Aggies were swept in the first round of the sub state by Ashford Tuesday, May 6, to end the year with a 24-16 record. "We were up and down a lot this season," Aggie coach Bob Bumpers said. More...

Elmore bags turkey

Tyler Elmore, 13 years old, killed his first turkey with a 12-gauge in St. Stephens. It had a 9-inch beard, 1 1/8 inch spurs and weighed 17 pounds. Elmore is the son of Molly and Randy Elmore of St. Stephens. More...

Lady Eagles place third in state tourney

JA finishes season with 19-11 record after being eliminated by Marengo in AISA state softball tournament

Jackson Academy's Lady Eagles ended their season with a 12-2 defeat at the hands of the Marengo Longhorns Saturday, May 3 in Montgomery. JA picked up three wins but fell Patrician and MA. "We had a great year. More...