February 16, 2012 RSS feed / Sports

Donates to JHS football

Above, Betty Williams (center) was the recent winner of the Hibbett Sports and University of Alabama $5,000 Alabama Win-Win Challenge. More...

Warren kills first buck

Cory Warren, 11, killed his first buck, an 8-point, on Jan. 22 while hunting with his dad. He is the son of Jennifer and Waylon Warren of St. Stephens. More...

WashCo soccer registration begins Feb. 21

The Washington County Youth Soccer Association will register players at the Washington County Library on Tuesday, Feb. 21, Thursday, Feb. 23 and Tuesday, Feb 28, at 5 p.m. Registration fee is $45; $40 for a second player. More...

Williams shoots first duck

Emma Williams, 8, daughter of Janna and Daniel Williams of Jackson, killed her first duck, Feb. 4, while hunting with her father in Mississippi. More...

McIntosh teams win area tourneys

The McIntosh High School Demons and Lady Demons each clinched the 1A area titles Monday, Feb. 13, as they head toward the state title contests. The boys’ team beat St. More...

Jackson Academy Alumni Tournament is this Saturday

The Jackson Academy Alumni baseball and softball tournament will be Saturday, Feb. 18. Participants must arrive by 9 a.m. Due to the large number of players responding, there will be a limit of four baseball and four softball teams. More...

Sullivan kills 6- point

Colton Sullivan, 7, killed this 6- point buck while hunting with his dad, Gib Sullivan, in Carlton on the last day of hunting season. More...

Signs with LBW

Jackson High School baseball player Jake Kendrick recently signed a two-year full scholarship to play for Lurleen B. Wallace Community College. Kendrick is set to play as a pitcher for the team. More...

Annual St. Jude Coon Hunt this weekend

The public is invited to attend and support a child at the St. Jude Coon Hunt, this Friday and Saturday, Feb. 17-18. The Clarke-Washington County Coon Hunters U.K.C. More...

Hodge bags big buck

Terrill Hodge of Coffeeville killed this big 14-point buck the last day of hunting season while hunting in the Coffeeville area. The deer weighed 196 pounds. More...