October 2, 2008 RSS feed / Sports

SPORTS REPORT

Moseley is the most underrated player in the state

One of the states most underrated players is no doubt Leroy High School's Clint Moseley. Moseley, a Scout.com two-star quarterback, has all the tools and measurements, and he has put up the stats to back them up. More...

Coffeeville wins second straight game

The Coffeeville High School Panthers went on the road this past Friday and captured their second straight victory as they beat the Frisco City Whippets 14-6 in a Class 1A, Region 1 game. More...

JA comes in second at Marengo tourney

Jackson Academy won six games and lost two in volleyball action. The Eagles knocked off Sumter 23-25, 25-10, 25-21 and 25-22. Kayla Lowery had eight digs, eight kills and six blocks. Carly Gates had three digs, 15 kills and eight blocks. More...

The SEC This Week

Vandy defies the odds

L ong regarded as the Southeastern Conference's doormat, Vanderbilt is having a season for the ages. Heading into the sixth week of the 2008 campaign, the Commodores sit alone atop the SEC's Eastern Division. More...

By The Numbers

SEC STANDINGS EASTERN DIVISION SEC All Top 25 Vanderbilt 2-0 4-0 1-0 Georgia 1-1 4-1 0-1 Florida 1-1 3-1 0-0 Kentucky 0-0 4-0 0-0 South Carolina 0-2 3-2 0-1 Tennessee 0-2 1-3 0-2 WESTERN DIVISION Alabama 2-0 5-0 2-0 More...

Bears 'black out' Aggies

Leroy rolls up 466 yards in 63-34 win over Jackson in 'Battle of the Tombigbee'

More than 5,000 fans packed Legion Field Thursday night to watch the No. 12 Jackson Aggies tangle with the No. More...

Faith tops WCHS 28-14

Faith Academy Rams out of Mobile traveled to Chatom and defeated the Washington County High School Bulldogs 28-14. More...

Demons earn homecoming win over Marengo

The McIntosh Demons earned a homecoming win on Friday night when they defeated the Marengo Panthers 28- 20. More...

JA Eagles fall to Crenshaw Cougars

The Jackson Academy Eagles took another game on the chin Friday, as they lost to the Crenshaw Christian Cougars 49-0. More...

2-Minute Drill

Alabama's 41 points against Georgia in its 41-30 win were the most ever scored by the Crimson Tide in the 65-game series against the Bulldogs that began in 1895. The previous high was 36 points set in 1905 and matched 1923. More...