November 1, 2007 RSS feed / Sports

AISA playoffs start Friday statewide

First round pairings for the AISA. All games start at 7 p.m. Higher seeded team hosts in second round. More...

SWHS has no trouble with John Essex

The Sweet Water Bulldogs; who played host to the John Essex Hornets this past Friday, in the 2007 homecoming game for the Bulldogs; improved their season record to 8-0 and their region mark to 6-0 when they soundly defeated their in-county rivals 4 More...

There can be only one big rivalry game

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That is a pretty bold statement. But if you consider the full sentence, it makes sense. Anyone, in any part of the state, can say the same thing. If you live in Washington County, then you know all about the Chatom-Millry rivalry. More...

Clarke Prep beat Eagles 61-0

The Clarke Prep School Gators used big plays on offense, special teams and defense to run through county rival Jackson Academy 61-0 last Friday night at McCorquodale Stadium-Parham Field in Jackson. More...

Bears explode to beat Red Level 50-0 in region tilt

Leroy scored 36 points in the first quarter en route to a 50-drubbing over the Red Level Tigers Friday on the road in the Bears' final region contest. More...

Stabler visits alma mater

Former Clarke County High School football player, and current University of Alabama offensive lineman B.J. Stabler took the opportunity of Bama having an open date to come home and watch his former team take on Central- Hayneville Friday night. More...

Tigers pound Monroe 63-0, prepare for Bulldogs

The Thomasville Tigers brought smiles to the crowd at Anderson Field this past Friday, when they blasted the Monroe County Tigers 63-0 in their 2007 Homecoming clash. With the win Thomasville improved to 8-1 on the season and 7-0 in the region. More...

Lady Gators earn fourth title

The road to a fourth straight state volleyball championship went without any bumps as the Clarke Prep School Lady Gators dispatched Sumter Academy 25-10 and 25-12 at Montgomery's Faulkner University Saturday afternoon. More...

CCHS defense paces squad past Hayneville

The Clarke County High School Bulldogs accomplished two things this past Friday night as they pummeled Central-Hayneville 62-0 at H.G. Prim Stadium. More...