September 7, 2006 RSS feed / Sports

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AHSAA - 7 p.m.; AISA 7:30 p.m. Calhoun at CCHS

This game was supposed to have been played in Letohatchee, but was changed at the last minute. Barring any unforseen injuries, the Dawgs should roll. More...

MHS Panthers take sting out of Essex Hornet's

MHS 20, Essex 8

The Scottie Jones era as the head coach at Marengo High School started off with a bang this past Friday night as the Panthers beat John Essex 20-8 in Demopolis. More...

THS jumps to top spot in poll

Class 4A RankSchoolRec No. 1 Thomasville (15) (1-0) More...

Coffeeville Panthers take one on the chin

A.L. Johnson 58, CHS 6

The Coffeeville Panthers began their season out in harsh fashions as the Eagles from A.L. Johnson of Thomaston came to Coffeeville and defeated Coach Walter Rozier's Panthers 58-6. More...

Scenes from Alabama's win over Hawaii

The University of Alabama opened the 2006 college football season this past Saturday by unveiling the new stadium additions as well as beating the University of Hawaii. More...

Faith upends CPS Gators

Faith 27, CPS 14

The Clarke Prep School Gators suffered their first loss in almost a year as they lost 27-14 to AAA powerhouse Faith Academy last Friday in Mobile. More...

CCHS Babes volleyball team enters rankings

The Clarke County High School Babes volleyball team has jumped into the 3A rankings as the season enters its second full week. More...

Bears take advantage of Jackson turnovers

Football is a game of opportunities and the Leroy Bears took advantage of four Jackson Aggie miscues in the first half to win the annual Battle of the Tombigbee 41-6 Thursday night at Simpkins Stadium-Legion Field in Jackson. More...

Wilcox hands Eagles second loss of season

Wilcox 35, JA 6

The Jackson Academy Eagles took Highways 43 and 10 up to Camdenon Friday to face off against Wilcox Academy. More...

THS Tigers turn away Sweet Water rally

THS 20, SWHS 14

The Thomasville Tigers jumped out to an early lead and then played great second half defense to beat the Sweet Water Bulldogs 20-14 at Dover F. Anderson Stadium last Friday night to claim northern bragging rights for another year. More...