December 15, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

Sign up now for JHS baseball camp

The Jackson High School coaching staff and players along with college players from Auburn University, Huntington College, South Alabama, LBW Community College and Bevill State College will be the instructors at the Jackson High School “Camp of More...

Plays in Mississippi Alabama game

Leroy High School’s Sammie Coates caught the first scoring pass of the Mississippi – Alabama game as he hit pay dirt on a 39-yard pass from St. Paul’s Jacob Coker. More...

Kills first deer

Jack Fleming, 7, son of Kasey and Jeff Fleming, killed his first deer the opening day of deer season. The 6-point weighed 180 pounds. More...

Spike is first kill

Megan Warren, 9, daughter of Jennifer and Waylon Warren of St. Stephens, killed her first deer, a spike, Dec. 11, while hunting with her dad in Salitpa. She shot the deer with a .30-06. More...

First deer killed

Coleman S. Johnson, 7, son of Lamar and Tyrrell Johnson, killed his first deer, Dec. 12, while hunting with his dad. According to his parents, Coleman loves to hunt and loves Alabama football. More...

Aggies whip Demons

Jackson High School’s Aggies, ranked 10 in Class 4A, beat McIntosh 83-76 last Saturday night and had five players score in doubledigits. Kyrea Howard led the team with 16 points. Malcolm Colzie had 14 points. More...

Lady Demons too hot for JHS to handle

The Jackson High School Lady Aggies saw their record fall to 4-1 as they were edged 38-37 by the Lady Demons of McIntosh last Saturday night on the road. Daveshia Williams led JHS with 15 points and six rebounds. More...

Eagles beat Sumter, fall to Patrician and Escambia

The Jackson Academy Eagles played tough but fell 72-58 to Patrician last Saturday night in Jackson. Mason Ramey paced JA with 15 points. Devin Williams added 13 points. Matthew Jordan had eight points. More...

Big 9-point killed

Tyler Coats, 11, of Mobile, killed this 9- point, 177-pound buck with a .243 rifle, on Nov. 27 while hunting south of Jackson with his grandfather, Greg Wheat. More...

17-inch spread

Mathew Windham recently shot this 8- point buck with a .243 rifle while hunting with his dad. This was Mathew's second deer. It weighed 186 pounds and had a 17- inch inside spread. More...

Kills first deer

Walker Whitehead, 6, killed his first deer, Dec. 13, while hunting with friends in Washington County. He shot the deer with a .223 rifle. He is the son of Jessica and Michael Whitehead. More...

Managing nuisance deer

Because white-tailed deer are very adaptive, they thrive in rural areas and are frequent residents in urban/suburban sites. Most deer-human conflicts occur in suburban developments. Many homeowners are not familiar with deer and their habits. More...