March 12, 2009 RSS feed / Sports

Will the hammer drop on the Tide, again?

SPORTS REPORT

Oh no. Déjà vu. The NCAA is back in T-town investigating the University of Alabama. This must mean that Bama is about to get hammered. Can you say "death penalty"? Ok, so maybe that was a little dramatic. More...

Lady Bears off to solid start

The Leroy Lady Bears improved to 4-4 with a good week last week on the softball field. The Lady Bears picked up a 9-1 win against the Millry Lady Wildcats Tuesday, March 3. Meg Smith earned the win on the hill. More...

Ten Star All-Star camp

Applications are now being evaluated for the Ten Star All-Star Summer Basketbal camp. The Ten Star Camp is by invitation only. Boys and girls ages 10-19 are eligible to apply. More...

Aggies fall to 6-7 after rough week

The Jackson Aggies baseball team had one of its worst weeks in a long time, losing three games while winning only one to fall to 6-7 on the season. "Right now we are consistently inconsistent," Aggie coach Jason Jones said. More...

Lady Eagles move to 2-7

The Jackson Academy Lady Eagles are off to a 2-7 start on the season. JA opened the season on the road against Monroe Academy, suffering a 5-0 loss. Erika Williams, Mallory Lankford and Renee Wilson all had one hit each in the loss. More...

Leroy cruising along

The Leroy Bears continue to roll in baseball, defeating Millry and Clarke County while falling to UMS-Wright to move to 11-1 on the season. Leroy opened the week with a 16-0 win over the Millry Wildcats to move to 1-0 in 2A area play. More...

Eagles split in tournament

The Jackson Academy Eagles defeated Patrician but fell to South Choctaw Academy Saturday, March 7 in the Patrician Invitational Tournament. SCA took advantage of four errors to knock off the Eagles 10-2 in the first game. More...