April 16, 2009 RSS feed / Sports

Aggies up record to 16-11; 4-2

Jackson knocked off Thomasville and Satsuma while dropping a close one to 6A Baker to move to 16-11 on the season. The Aggies started the week off with a 13-9 victory over the Thomasville Tigers Tuesday, April 14 at JHS. More...

Jacobs off to great start

Former Jackson Aggie Jon Luke Jacobs, now a redshirt freshman for the Auburn baseball team, has found himself in the weekend rotation in the Southeastern Conference in his first year on the diamond. More...

AHSAA first round baseball playoff pairings

Class 1A Georgiana at J.U. Blacksher, Friday, 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.; Sat., 11 a.m. if needed. Fruitdale at Pleasant Home, Friday, 1 and 3 p.m.; Sat., 11 a.m. if needed. More...

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Washington County head football coach Joe Nettles taught a hunting seminar in Winchell, Texas a few weeks back. Under Nettles' guidance, the four-man hunting crew bagged 11 turkeys in three days. More...

Aggies, Bears primed for big run

SPORTS REPORT

In case you didn't know, the first round of the Alabama High School Athletic Association's baseball playoffs kicks off tomorrow (Friday). Jackson, Leroy, Washington County, Thomasville and Clarke County made the field this season. More...

Leroy region champs

Bears improve to 26-3; 5-1

The Leroy Bears won four games last week including a 17-9 win over Washington County to claim the 2A Region 4 championship. More...

Eagles JV wins two

The Jackson Academy JV boys' baseball team picked up a pair wins last week over South Choctaw Academy and Sparta Academy. In the 9- 7 decision over South Choctaw, Sawyer Donald pitched a complete game going all five innings. More...

Jimmy Martin signs with Concordia

Jackson High School lineman Jimmy Martin recently signed scholarship papers with Concordia College to play football. Martin is the son of Darlene and Jerry Hixon and Tammy and Jimmy Martin, all of Jackson. More...

Fishing tournament raises funds for ECI

It was a beautiful Saturday morning at Lake Ellis as a crowd gathered for the eighth annual Bass Fishing Tournament benefitting the Educational Center for Independence (ECI). More...