February 25, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

Kills first buck

Luke Corley, 7, killed his first buck while hunting with his father. He is the son of Reta and Todd Corley of Salitpa. More...

Lady Eagles get started

The Jackson Academy Lady Eagles dropped their season opener Monday afternoon, 12-7, to Coosa Valley. Here Carlee Wade pitches for JA. She struck out four in five innings of work. Leea Sullivan had a double, an RBI and scored two runs. More...

Gator Classic brings in area baseball, softball teams

The annual Clarke Prep School Gator Classic begins Thursday with games in baseball and softball. “Right now every one of the teams lined-up are still on track to be playing in the tournament,” Gator baseball coach Adam Hood said. More...

Lady Tigers state semi-finals in basketball

The Lady Tigers from Thomasville High School punched their Final 48 ticket last Saturday as they beat Brewbaker Tech of Montgomery 66-49 in the championship game of the Class 4A Regional Tournament. More...

Bears rip Excel, down pair of 5A schools

The Leroy Bears blasted Citronelle 11-1 Monday afternoon at Pop Powell Field in Leroy. Brent Reed (1-0) earned the win as he scattered three hits in four and one-third innings of work. More...

Learning to live with suburban deer

One benefit of living outside of the confined spaces of an urban setting is the opportunity to encounter the many wildlife species that live in suburban landscapes. More...

CCHS sweeps SWHS, Citronelle

The Clarke County High School Bulldogs fell 5-1 to the Jackson Aggies Tuesday night in Jackson. Jacob Horton had a double and a run scored. Tyler Hutto was 1-for-2 with a sacrifice bunt. Hunter Kelley had a sacrifice RBI. More...

Coaching changes

French takes over at CCHS

The Clarke County High School Bulldogs did not have to wait long for a new football coach as Jack French was approved at the board meeting last Thursday. French replaces Allan Floyd as head coach and athletics director. More...

23-point buck

Ben Sims Jr., of Montgomery killed this 23-point buck in Bullock County the last day of deer season, Jan. 31. He is the son of Mary and Ben Sims of Sunflower. More...

Eagles open season against Coosa

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Lady Aggies play hard, fall 3-2 to Excel

The Jackson High School Lady Aggies opened the season last Thursday getting edged 3-2 by Excel High School in Jackson. More...

Thomasville baseball has tough going in Hank Aaron Classic

The Thomasville Tigers opened the 2010 season playing in the Hank Aaron Classic in Mobile last week. The Tigers lost 17-3 to Baker Thursday at Mary G. Montgomery. Logan Bishop went 2- for-2 with two RBI. Sam Wise was 1-for-1. More...

JHS swimmers awarded

Members of the 2009 Jackson High School Swim Team were recently honored at an awards dinner at the home of Byron & Abby Beverly. More...

JHS softball seeking sponsors

On March 5 and 6 the Lady Aggies of JHS will be playing in a Breast Cancer Awareness tournament in Gulf Shores. They are asking for sponsors from anyone wishing to help on a per-inning basis. More...