May 7, 2009 RSS feed / Sports

Aggies, Tigers split; force game three

The Jackson Aggies, facing elimination after a loss in game one, rode the arm of lefty William Taylor in game two Tuesday, May 5 to force a series-deciding Wednesday night. The games lasted past 11 p.m. More...

Little League Report

OPENING DAY 9-10 year olds Boise 7, Pine City 2 Leading hitters for Pine City were Gray Waller (1-3), with one home run, J. Carpenter (1- 2) and M. Taylor (1-3). K. Parker (2-3) and J. Brewer (1-2) were the leading hitters for Boise. More...

All-Star game May 16

Thomasville will be hosting the Area East-West All-Stars Baseball game at 2 p.m., Saturday, May 16 at Thomasville High School Tiger Field. For 66 years, East-West All-Star Baseball has been the showcase of baseball talent in the state of Alabama. More...

Eagles drop two in state tourney

Jackson Academy went two-and-out at the Alabama Independent School Association's state softball tournament Friday and Saturday May 1-2. JA lost 18-0 to 1A state champion Cornerstone Christian in the opening game for the Eagles. More...

WCHS golf team wins sub-state

The Washington County golf team advanced to state finals after winning the sub-state tournament in Limestone Tuesday, May 4. The Bulldogs (33-2) finished with a score of 330, led by Wade Moore with a 77. More...

JHS swimmers receive awards

The Jackson High School swim team was recently honored at an awards ceremony and cookout celebrating their first swim season at Abby Beverly's camp house in Coffeeville. All team members received medals for being a part of the 2008 inaugural team. More...

Pee-Wee football meeting June 7

The Jackson Pee-Wee football league will hold a board meeting June 7 at the Jackson Steakhouse beginning at 7 p.m. All parents are encouraged to attend. More...

Minor League Report

Fish House 13, Sears 3 Fish House continued casting their nets and catching victories as they defeated Sears 13-3. Matthew Windham, Devin Pitre, Kie Steed and Dylan Croom were all 3-3 at the plate. More...