September 22, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

Aggies end UMS’ home winning streak

The Jackson Aggies ended 25 years of frustration at Erwin S. Cooper Stadium as they beat the UMS-Wright Bulldogs 40-14 last Friday night.  In 1985 Jackson earned a 15-6 win over the Bulldogs.  More...

JA Eagles send Rebels packing

Jackson Academy’s football team put a damper on South Choctaw Academy’s homecoming last Friday by pummeling the home Rebels with a score of 48-6 in a nonregion matchup. More...

STG bass tourney announced for Oct. 8

Team Share the Gospel will host an open bass tournament on Saturday, Oct. 8 out of the city landing at Demopolis. Entry fee is $100 per boat and payout will be first place for every five boats. More...

CCHS Bulldogs fall to Admirals in region contest

Turnovers proved costly for the Clarke County High School Bulldogs as they dropped a 21-7 region game to the visiting Admirals of Bayside Academy last Friday night at H.G. Prim Stadium.  More...

Tigers continue winning streak with victory over Spartans

The Thomasville Tigers continued their winning ways this past Friday when they defeated the Saraland Spartans 57-16 in their region match-up played at D.F. More...

Bears show J.U. Blacksher who’s boss

The Leroy Bears scored 41 first half points and cruised to a 55-0 win over region foe J.U. More...

Bulldogs take a bite out of Knights’ armor

The Washington County Bulldogs jumped all over the Montgomery- Catholic Knights 42-13 to remain perfect in region play and overall on the season.  “It has been good so far,” Coach Chris Wilson said. More...

Demons continue undefeated

The McIntosh Demons traveled across the state to the Wiregrass and beat Kinston High School 27-12 last Friday night.  This game was added after the Demons lost a game on their schedule due to the closing of Coffeeville High School.  “ More...

JHS golf tourney planned

The Jackson High School Baseball Annual Golf Tournament is planned for Saturday, Oct. 1, at the Jackson Links golf course.  Cost is $80 per person or $160 per team. This includes green fees, lunch and muligans. More...

Wildcats can’t claw past Indians

The Millry Wildcats came close but could not pull out the win as they lost 19- 14 to the visiting Indians of Southern Choctaw last Thursday night on Wildcat Hill.  More...