July 17, 2008 RSS feed / Sports

Tigers ready to reveal new 'spread attack'

Auburn Coach Tommy Tuberville hired offensive guru Tony Franklin away from Troy at the end of last season in an attempt to open up the Tiger offense. It will be interesting to see how the move pays off in '08. More...

Aggies' Beckham signs with ASCC

Jackson High School third basemen Tiffany Beckham signed a softball scholarship with Alabama Southern Community College in Monroeville Thursday, July 10, at the JHS library. More...

Riptide wins championship

Kayla Jordan pitched 27 innings Sunday to lead Riptide of Excel to the National Softball Association (NSA) state championship in the division for girls' ages 14 and younger in Birmingham. Riptide defeated the Skyhawks 5-4 in the championship game. More...

Waverunners compete against Fairhope

The Jackson Waverunners competed against Fairhope Saturday, July 12. Individual results from the event are listed below. Event 3 - Girls 7-8, 25-yard butterfly: 3-Jilly Hilt, 24.86. More...

All-Stars selected in softball

The Jackson 7-8-year-old All-Star team was recently announced. More...

DISTRICT CHAMPIONS!!

Overstreet throws perfect game; All-Stars advance to state tourney

The 12-year-old Jackson All- Stars knocked off Monroeville and Bay Minette twice to win the District 3 Championship in Excel. More...

11-year-old All-Stars win district championship

The Jackson 11-year-old Little League All-Star team won the District 3 tournament in Monroeville recently. More...

JHS Alumni football game August 23

Jackson High School's Alumni flag football game is scheduled for August 23 at 7 p.m at Legion Field. The event is hosted by the Jackson Quarterback Club. Participant donation is $25. Admission to the game is free. More...

New York turkeys!

Albert Dykeman, from Salitpa, visited his cousin Henry Dykeman a few months back in Pawling, New York to do some turkey hunting. More...