JHS 2004 Homecoming Court presented

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


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


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

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
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

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

CCHS Bulldogs hammer Rams

   Special to The South Alabamian The Bulldogs from Clarke County jumped out to a big first half lead and then cruised to a 33-8 win over the Northside Rams last Friday night. Full Story

Aggies fall to No. 2 team in state

   When the Jackson Aggies traveled down Highway 43 to Mobile to take on the No. 2 ranked UMS-Wright Bulldogs many thought that it would be a slaughter-fest. Full Story

Millry High School’s 2004 Lady Wildcats 058p1_xlg.jpg

Lady Wildcats win WashCo volleyball championship

   The Millry Lady Wildcats volleyball team recently won the Washington County Tournament championship. Full Story


WashCo Bulldogs can’t hold off Indian attack

   The Washington County Bulldogs walked on the Full Story

WCHS’ David Humphrey runs past a Southern Choctaw defender that is being blocked by a Bulldog offensive linemen. 029p1_xlg.jpg

Millry H.S. 2004 Homecoming Court

   Presented as Millry High School Full Story

Bears blast Bayside

   The Leroy Bears sunk Bayside 49-0 on Senior Night in Daphne. Full Story

Presented as Millry High School’s Homecoming Court for 2004 this past Friday (front, L-R) were Jessica McIlwain, Heather Deermon, Queen Brittney Sullivan, Noelle Wilcox, Josi Scarbrough; (back row, L-R) are Kyla Glass, Rachael McCain, Crystal Kirkland and Katie Abston. (SA photo by Bruce Hansen) 016p1_xlg.jpg

Wildcats hold off Panthers for Region 1 championship

   Millry erased any doubts whether they are the top team in Class 1A, Region 1 for the moment by beating Coffeeville 40-0. Full Story


Thoughts about the past week in sports

Jabber on Sports

   I will give everyone a break this week and not talk about the Red Sox...yeah right. Full Story

Millry’s Jason Lender gets a key first down to keep drive alive leading to touchdown. 014p1_xlg.jpg

Gators bite too much for Eagles to handle

   The South Alabamian The Clarke Prep ground game was too much for Jackson Academy as the Gators ran through the Eagles 48-13 last Friday night in Grove Hill. Full Story

Johnny Nichols (No. 1) puts the ball in the air for the Jackson Academy Eagles during Friday’s game against the Clarke Prep Gators. 011p1_xlg.jpg

Panthers roll over Fruitdale Pirates

   The Coffeeville High School Panthers scored 28 first half points as they rolled to a 50-12 homecoming win over the Pirates of Fruitdale last Friday night. Full Story

Aggies lose by one after failed two-point conversion

   It was an unusual time for a football game to be played, 3:15 p.m., and ended in an even more unusual fashion in Atmore. Full Story

Bulldogs sink Admirals’ ship

   It was a sweet homecoming for the Washington County Bulldogs last Friday against the Admirals of Bayside. Full Story

Millry mashes Marengo 36-8

   The Millry Wildcats pummeled Marengo County 36-8 last Friday in a game where Marengo was running backwards. Full Story


Homecoming heartbreaker for Bears

   Usually a homecoming game is supposed to be an easy win but the Leroy Bears had a heart-wrenching 29-25 loss to the Southern Choctaw Indians. Full Story

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

Eagles can’t manage comeback bid to beat Wilcox

   Jackson Academy Full Story