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The Aggies’ Andrew Ezell (No. 23) tries to outrun the Citronelle defense for a first down. 016p2_lg.jpg
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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

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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

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

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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
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Chris Clements punts the ball for the Wildcats late in the fourth quarter 009p3_lg.jpg
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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

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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
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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

CCHS and Thomasville face off in county championship game

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Coffeeville wins battle of the Panthers

   When the Coffeeville High School Panther take the field this Friday night against Linden it will be a lonely bench as they will have only 12 healthy players suited up. Full Story

Leroy crashes Flomaton’s homecoming

   It was not a happy homecoming for the Flomaton Hurricanes when the Leroy Bears came to town and beat them 42-0. Full Story

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The Jackson High School Band took home trophies for their performance at the Deep South Band Competition in Theodore recently. The band received superior ratings in all four categories of competition and placed second overall in the small band division.030p1_xlg.jpg
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McIntosh’s No. 28 meets an unmovable wall of Millry defensive players. 019p2_xlg.jpg
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Wildcats put the heat to Demons

   The South Alabamian The Millry Wildcats, for all intents and purposes, could lay claim to their second region title in a row after beating Coffeeville last week, but the McIntosh Demons posed one last obstacle for the M-Cats to overcome. Full Story

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McIntosh runner, No. 28 is caught in the backfield by a Millry defensive player.019p1_xlg.jpg
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The 2004 Jackson High School Homecoming Court was presented during Friday night’s homecoming festivities at Simpkins Stadium/Legion Field.010p1_xlg.jpg
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JHS 2004 Homecoming Court presented

   The 2004 Jackson High School Homecoming Court was presented during Friday night Full Story

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My team: World Champions of Baseball

   Jabber on Sports It has been very difficult waiting until now to write my story about the Boston Red Sox winning the World Series. Full Story

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Aggies drown Dolphins in homecoming blowout

   The Jackson Aggies controlled the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball as they pounded the Dolphins of Gulf Shores High School 34-14 last Friday night at Simpkins Stadium/Legion Field. Full Story

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Head Coach John Blackmon was back on the football field Friday. He had been out for a good portion of the season battling encephalitis. 009p3_lg.jpg
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The Aggies’ cheerleading squad got the crowd’s spirit up prior to and during Friday night’s homecoming game against Gulf Shores’ Dolphins.009p2_xlg.jpg

Hunters urged use caution in storm damaged areas

   The damage from Hurricane Ivan extends from the Gulf Coast into much of Alabama Full Story

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The Aggies’ No. 23, Andrew Ezell, powers through the Dolphins’ defensive line for a first down in last Friday’s homecoming game. 009p1_xlg.jpg