Local cheerleaders show their spirit

   The Jackson Academy JV cheerleaders did well in several categories. Full Story

Top photo: Leroy’s LeBrandon Cunningham (No. 9) tries to get past the Marbury defensive line. Bottom photo: The Bears’ Logan Keith (No. 16) picks up yardage on a quarterback keeper. 011p1_xlg.jpg
The JHS junior varsity cheerleaders built a human tower as part of one of their routines. 009p3_xlg.jpg
The Thomasville Middle School and Thomasville High School cheerleading squads both did well in the competition. The TMS girls placed first in the middle school dance category and second in the middle school cheer/chant. The THS squad placed second in the varsity dance category and third in the varsity cheer/chant. 009p4_lg.jpg

Damage from Ivan could decrease property taxes

   Gov. Bob Riley recently announced that property owners throughout the state whose property was damaged from Hurricane Ivan could get some relief on the amount of property tax they owe next year. Full Story

The Jackson Academy JV cheerleaders did well in several categories. Shown with their trophies (front, L-R) are Nina Wilson, Mallory Lankford, Emerald McIntyre, Sydney Thomas; (back, L-R) are Madalyn Mathews, Courtney McLendon, Brittany Allen and Amy Thomas. 009p1_xlg.jpg
Even the guys got into the act with a cheering section for the Aggie cheerleaders, which set up camp on the bleachers and made themselves heard during the competition. 009p2_xlg.jpg

Second Front

JHS cheerleaders take top spot at annual competition

   The 2004 Coca-Cola Cheerleader Competition was held Thursday, Nov. 4 at the Jackson High School gymnasium, with the Aggie Varsity Cheerleaders chosen Overall Grand Champs. Full Story

Regulation amended concerning physically disabled hunting areas

   The Department of Conser-vation and Natural Resources announces an amendment to Rule 220-20.109-.133ER titled Full Story

Panthers in playoffs for second consecutive year

   For the second straight year the Coffeeville Panthers extended their season to make the playoffs. But this season they have the luxury of being at home as they host the Eagles of Autaugaville. Full Story

Zach Yeldell (No. 14) makes first down yardage and more for the Eagles. 024p2_xlg.jpg

Eagles end season by blasting Marengo

   Jackson Academy Eagles ended the 2004 football season Friday night on a high note, beating the Marengo Academy Longhorns 47-14. Full Story

Tigers take control of game over CCHS in third quarter

   The South Alabamian The Thomasville High School Tigers used 22 third quarter points to blow open a close game as they beat the Clarke County High School Bulldogs 30-0 in front of 6,000 fans at H.G. Prim Stadium Friday night. Full Story

Gators go undefeated

   Special to The South Alabamian The 2004 Clarke Prep Gators did something that no other team in the school%27s rich football history-they completed an undefeated regular season as they beat the Wildcats of Wilcox Academy 38-20 in Camden Friday Full Story

JA’s Dillon Howard (No. 33) runs for a touchdown in Friday night’s game against Marengo Academy 024p1_xlg.jpg
The Aggies’ Andrew Ezell (No. 23) tries to outrun the Citronelle defense for a first down. 016p2_lg.jpg

Aggies fall to Citronelle in season finale

   The Jackson Aggies could not overcome three turnovers early in a 40-14 loss to the Citronelle Wildcats. Full Story


There’s a lot of good sports stories to talk about this week

   Well, this week there were so many good sport stories that I couldn Full Story

The Aggies tried unsuccessfully to mount a running attack against the Citronelle defense. 016p1_xlg.jpg
A crowd of Bulldogs stop the run by Millry’s Cordett McGrew (No. 17). 009p2_xlg.jpg

Dawgs win county shootout between Millry and Chatom

   The Washington County Bulldogs pulled out a 27-26 victory last week over the Millry Wildcats. Full Story

The Bulldogs’ Gabe Beech (No. 15) tries to get around the end, but Millry’s Marqouis Reasor (No. 20) makes the tackle to put a stop to what could have been a big play for WCHS in last Friday night’s rivalry game between the two teams. WCHS came out on top in the contest. 009p1_lg.jpg
Chris Clements punts the ball for the Wildcats late in the fourth quarter 009p3_lg.jpg

Eagles take tough loss to Faith Academy

   Jackson Academy Full Story

JMS girls’ basketball team wins first three

   The Jackson Middle School girls Full Story

The Jackson High School Aggies football team burst through the banner prepared for them at the beginning of Friday night’s homecoming game. The banner was prepared by the JHS varsity and junior varsity cheerleading squads. 092p1_xlg.jpg

JHS band wins at competition

   The Jackson High School Band took home trophies for their performance at the Deep South Band Competition in Theodore recently. Full Story

WCHS Bulldogs knocked out of playoffs by Georgiana

   Some fans went to Georgiana last Friday thinking they were going to a football game but it may have resembled a track meet in the 42-35 Panther win. Full Story