060p1_xlg.jpg

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

060p1_xlg.jpg
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
059p2_lg.jpg
Leroy's Darius Ervin tackles the Bulldogs' Tim Hicks behind the line of scrimmage during the big county rivalry matchup. 059p2_lg.jpg
059p1_xlg.jpg

Bears outplay Bulldogs in county rivalry game

   The rain drizzled down as the Leroy Bears, (5-1, 3-0 in region play) ran to victory over the Washington County Bulldogs (4-2, 2-2) in a smashmouth 20-15 victory. Full Story

059p1_xlg.jpg
The rain drizzled down as the Leroy Bears, (5-1, 3-0 in region play) ran to victory over the Washington County Bulldogs (4-2, 2-2) in a smashmouth 20-15 victory. "We came out and overcame some adversity to win the game," said LHSHead Coach Scott Phelps, "That really showed the character in our team to come from behind in the last few minutes." The Bears got the ball first, but a fumble gave the 059p1_xlg.jpg
053p1_xlg.jpg

Fishing Tales or Fishing Tails?

   If you were to ask anyone that knew me what was on my brain at any given moment, they would say that sports and fishing are definitely a safe bet. (Which is true) Full Story

053p1_xlg.jpg
053p1_xlg.jpg
052p2_xlg.jpg
The Jackson offensive line tries to hold off the Choctaw County defense while Brandon White (No. 9) tries to pick up additonal yardage. (SA photo by Bruce Hansen)052p2_xlg.jpg
052p1_xlg.jpg

Jackson loves the taste of victory

Aggies hand Choctaw County 24-12 loss while running a successful ground attack

   The Tigers of Choctaw County came to Legion Field only to run into an Aggie rushing attack that trashed them 24-12. Full Story

052p1_xlg.jpg
The Aggies’ Brandon White (No. 9) was all over the field last Friday night during the game against Choctaw County. Here he picks up a first down while trying to evade the ensuing defense of the opposing team. The Aggies pulled down a much needed win to improve their record over last year. 052p1_xlg.jpg

MHS Hall of Fame game Oct. 22

   The annual Millry High School Hall of Fame football game will be at the A.D. Britton Stadium on Wildcat Hill on Friday, Oct. 22 when Millry will be playing Coffeeville High School. The game will start at 7:30 p.m. Full Story

WCHS Bulldogs pin Panthers

   The Excel Panthers traveled to Chatom last Friday to receive a 27-6 whipping by the the Washington County Bulldogs. Full Story

Panthers take to the air for win over McIntosh Demons

   The Coffeeville Panthers used an aerial attack to send the Demons of McIntosh packing 32-8 last Friday night in Coffeeville. Full Story

CP’s Gators manage to squeak by Patrician Academy

   The South Alabamian The Clarke Prep School Gators outlasted the Saints from Patrician 32-28 last Friday night in Grove Hill. Full Story

110p1_lg.jpg
Thomasville’s Tigers were too much for Escambia County High’s Blue Devils to handle this past Friday night for a homecoming blowout at Anderson Field. 110p1_lg.jpg
110p1_lg.jpg

Tigers blow by Blue Devils for homecoming victory

   The South Alabamian The Thomasville Tigers couldn%27t help but please the large homecoming crowd that gathered at Anderson Field Friday night when they blasted the Escambia County Blue Devils 49-13. Full Story

Wildcats run over J.F. Shields

   Millry Full Story

Bulldogs’ attack too much for Aggies

   The Jackson Aggies were the homecoming guests for the Andalusia Bulldogs in a 48-14 defeat. Full Story

CCHS whips Rams 46-6

   Clarke County High School beat the Rams of Francis Marion 46-6 Friday night for a big homecoming win at H.G. Prim Stadium. Full Story

105p2_lg.jpg
Logan Keith kicks a 35-yard field goal for the Bears late in the second quarter to give them a 9-0 lead. 105p2_lg.jpg
105p1_xlg.jpg

Bears win 15-7 nail-biter over Georgiana’s Bulldogs

   The Georgiana Bulldogs traveled to Palmer Stadium last Friday to take on the Leroy Bears in what turned out to be a nail-biter. Full Story

105p1_xlg.jpg
Leroy’s Darius Erivin (No. 7) picks up substantial yardage while a Georgiana defender tries to pull him down. 105p1_xlg.jpg

Shrine Golf Classic is this Saturday

   The Washington County Linksters Full Story

102p1_lg.jpg
102p1_lg.jpg
102p1_lg.jpg

Coaches are more than coaches

   Last week I sat at my desk rolling a tennis ball across my desktop and annoying our receptionist/proofreader with relentless questions and quizzes. Full Story

101p1_xlg.jpg

JA’s Eagles outrun Tuscaloosa

   The Jackson Academy Eagles picked up their first region win of the season and kept their playoff hopes alive as they downed the Knights of Tuscaloosa Academy 27-7 last Friday night. Full Story

101p2_xlg.jpg
William Goldman (No. 25) makes a touchdown reception for the Eagles early in the fourth quarter. The game was JA’s first win in their last three outings. They previously lost to Patrician Academy and Pickens Academy. 101p2_xlg.jpg
101p3_lg.jpg
Johnny Nichols picks up a first down for the Eagles. 101p3_lg.jpg
101p1_xlg.jpg
Jackson Academy’s Clay Carpenter is pulled down by a Tuscaloosa defender after making first down yardage and much more during the first quarter of this past Friday’s game.101p1_xlg.jpg