March 12, 2009 RSS feed / Sports

NWTF Banquet is Friday

The Clarke County Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation's (NWTF)15th annual Heritage Banquet will be Friday, March 13 at the Grove Hill National Guard Armory. More...

Spring turkey season opens next Tuesday in area counties

Alabama's turkey hunting season will open Monday, March 16, 2009, and close on April 30, 2009, in most counties. More...

Bulldogs play tough against UMS, Leroy

The Clarke County High School Bulldogs dropped both ends of a split double-header this past Saturday at Stephens Sports Complex in Grove Hill. In the nightcap the Bulldogs lost 10-0 to the Leroy Bears. Zack Watford took the loss. More...

Junior CPS Gators get season started

The Clarke Prep Junior Gators lost a tough 2-0 contest to Jackson Academy's junior team Monday afternoon in Jackson. Ty Ackerman shouldered the loss despite allowing just five hits and striking out two over six innings. More...

Sports Scene

It's good to see new growth, also good for slower times

As I rode past Hudson Park this week I saw lights on for every field. That means that multiple teams are gearing up for opening day in several weeks. The last count I heard was there was about 30-plus teams in the Grove Hill Dixie Youth leagues. More...

CCHS drops close game to Choctaw Co.

The Clarke County High School Lady Bulldogs dropped a close game 12-9 to Choctaw County's lady Tigers last Friday in Grove Hill. Jamie Stabler went 2-for-3 with a run scored and two stolen bases. Halie Moore was 2-for-4 with two doubles. More...

CPS Lady Gators drop Lady Eagles

The Clarke Prep School Lady Gators blanked the Lady Eagles of Jackson Academy 11-0 Monday afternoon in Jackson. Kiley Dunagan (3-3) pitched all six innings to get the win. She allowed just three hits and struck out 11 batters. More...

Dozier earns spot in big contest

Grove Hill's Wayne Dozier won the Bass Pro Shops U.S. Open Qualifier Turkey Calling Contest last Saturday. In addition to a cash prize, Dozier got an all-expense paid trip to the U.S. Open Turkey Calling Contest in Nashville. More...