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Jackson Academy’s Dillon Howard runs for a touchdown while being protected by the Eagles’ offensive line during last Friday’s game against Wilcox. 033p1_lg.jpg
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Eagles can’t manage comeback bid to beat Wilcox

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McIntosh H.S. Homecoming Court 2004

   The Call News, Citronelle) Full Story

CCHS Bulldogs beat undefeated Tigers

   Home field advantage in the first round of the state playoffs has been all but nailed down as the Clarke County High School Bulldogs trounced the previously unbeaten Tigers of West Blocton 46-14 last Friday night in Grove Hill. Full Story

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Leroy’s Joe Fields (No. 99) tackles a Southern Choctaw receiver after he catches a pass. 023p1_lg.jpg
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This year’s McIntosh High School Homecoming Court (L-R) are Shayla Reed, Miss FCCLA; Angelica Poole, Miss Senior; Cynthia Reed, 1st Runner Up; Alexis Broussard, Miss Junior High; Andretta Adams, Miss McIntosh; Lonnie Williams, 2nd Runner Up; Tiara McDonald, Miss Freshman; Shawntara Stadmire, Miss Junior; (not pictured) are Kim Davis, Miss Sophmore and Erica Bell, Miss Football.021p1_xlg.jpg
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The 2004 Washington County Homecoming Court was presented during last Friday’s game against Bayside Academy.020p1_xlg.jpg
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WCHS Homecoming Court 2004

   The Call News, Citronelle) Full Story

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Red Sox fans: ‘Who’s your Papi?’

   I know that I have written about the Red Sox and Yankee rivalry recently, but how could I not write about it during the greatest comeback in ALCS history. Full Story

JHS Five-On-Five Basketball Tourney is this Saturday

   Jackson High School will be having a Full Story

JV Aggies win second Blackbelt championship

   The Jackson Middle School junior varsity football team won its second straight Blackbelt Championship title Tuesday, when they defeated Sweet Water 16-12. Full Story

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Jackson Academy presented its Homecoming Court for 2004 during halftime at Friday’s game against Wilcox Academy. Members of the court (L-R) are Junior Maid Kalen McCully, Honor Maid Jennie Moseley, Queen Heather Taylor, Senior Maid Courtney Overstreet, Sophomore Maid Christina Jackson and Freshman Maid Paula Karr. (SA photo by Evan Carden) 015p1_xlg.jpg
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JA Homecoming Court 2004

   Jackson Academy presented its Homecoming Court for 2004 during halftime at Friday Full Story

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LHS Homecoming Court 2004

   Presented as Leroy High School Full Story

Clarke Prep’s Gators hammer Marion Military Academy 69-24

   The number four ranked Clarke Prep Gators had little trouble in hammering the Tigers of Marion Military 69-24 last Friday night as they scored on eight of their nine possessions. Full Story

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Presented as Leroy High School’s 2004 Homecoming Court during Friday night’s game against Southern Choctaw (L-R) were Freshman Maid Whitney Smith, Miss Football Jessi Griffin, Senior Maid Amy Byrd, Junior Maid Catherine Odom and Sophomore Maid Eshala Crutchfield. (SA photo by Jared H. Cartee) 014p1_xlg.jpg

WashCo Commission adopts two resolutions for economic development

   The Washington County Commission adopted two resolutions Tuesday. Full Story

UMS barely beats north Clarke rivals Thomasville

   As the final whistle blew Friday night at Anderson Field, the UMS Bulldogs had managed to slip past the Thomasville Tigers 21-20 in a hard fought high school classic. Full Story

Wildcats blank J.U. Blacksher

   Millry held J.U. Blacksher to 162 yards of total offense in a lopsided 34-0 victory. Full Story

Jackson’s youth soccer program will now be hosted by Upward Unlimited

   Upward Unlimited is a national children Full Story

Clarke Co. Bulldogs avoid getting stung by Aliceville’s Yellow Jackets

   Home field advantage in the first round of the state playoffs is one step closer as the Clarke County High School Bulldogs took the sting out of the Aliceville Yellow Jackets 22-13 last Friday night at David Robinson Stadium in Aliceville. Full Story

Clarke County Sheriff’s Report

   A man caught with drugs a year ago will likely have his bond revoked on those offenses after he was allegedly caught again last weekend with drugs in his vehicle. Full Story

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Jackson Academy’s William Goldman (No. 25) and another Eagles’ defender stop the advance of a South Choctaw runner during Friday’s game in Choctaw County.069p1_xlg.jpg
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Turnovers give Rebels win over JA’s Eagles

   The Jackson Academy Eagles were plagued with the turnover bug, leading to a 24-14 loss at the hands of the South Choctaw Rebels last Friday night. Full Story

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More than 50 people participated in the Rambling Rose Charity 5K on Saturday. Pictured are those taking home trophies in respective running classes. Finishing first was Matt Curtner-Smith of Northport and Jill Barlow of Thomasville. Top masters finishers were Doyle Utsey of Thomasville and Judith Morseth of Jackson.063p1_xlg.jpg
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Rambling Rose 5K winners

   More than 50 people participated in the Rambling Rose Charity 5K on Saturday. Pictured are those taking home trophies in respective running classes. Finishing first was Matt Curtner-Smith of Northport and Jill Barlow of Thomasville. Full Story

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Panthers whip Frisco City Whippets

   Special to The South Alabamian The Coffeeville High School Panthers stand all alone at the top of Class 1A, Region 1 after they sent the Whippets of Frisco City packing 28-14 last Friday night at Panther Stadium in Coffeeville. Full Story

JHS to host basketball tournament

   Jackson High School will be having a Full Story

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Bears quarterback Logan Keith (No. 16) throws a pass while being protected by Bryan Lankford (No. 66) and Jessie Dickinson (No. 84). WCHS’s Gabe Beech (No. 15) rushed the quarterback. (SA photo by Bruce Hansen)060p1_xlg.jpg