April 16, 2009 RSS feed / Sports

Getting thrown back in time causes ripples

Sports Scene

If you live in Southwest Alabama, Clarke County.... Grove Hill...then you were privy to the mass hysteria that occurred last Thursday afternoon. More...

Lady Bulldogs fall to THS

The Clarke County High School Lady Bulldogs lost 7-0 to the Lady Tigers of Thomasville last Thursday in Thomasville. Cassandra Denson went 1-for- 2 for CCHS. Lindsey McKenzie and Abbey Walker pitched in the game. More...

Tess Ackerman having strong first season at Mobile

Clarke Prep School graduate Tess Ackerman has been having a strong season with the University of Mobile softball team. In her first year with the team she has hit six homeruns and has seen considerable playing time in left field. More...

Gator track results

Clarke Prep's track teams traveled to Selma Monday to participate in a track meet. The girls 4x200m team of Allie Dunagan, Leandra Morgan, Lindsey Jordan and Kelsey Haynes finished sixth. The 4x100m team of Jordan, L. More...

Lady Gators beat Monroe, Patrician

The Clarke Prep School Lady Gators improved to 18-6 on the season as they beat the Lady Saints of Patrician 4-1 last Thursday in Butler. Courtney Dunagan earned the win as they held the PA bats at bay over seven innings of work. More...

Dixie Leagues opening day is Sat.

Once again the Grove Hill Dixie Youth baseball and softball leagues will have their annual Opening Day ceremonies this Saturday at S.P. Hudson Park. More...

Nice turkey

Lee Overton, 17-years-old, of Grove Hill, killed this 20 and a half pound turkey while hunting on Scotch land on April 17. The bird had one and quarter-inch spurs and a 12-inch beard. Lee has been hunting since he was 8-years-old. More...

Gators beat PC Panthers 9-8

The Clarke Prep School Gators went on the road last Thursday and beat the Prattville Christian Panthers 9-8. Dillon Rowell went 2-for-3 with a double, a homer and one RBI. Austin Lee Crawford was 2- for-3. More...

CCHS hoops gets money

State representative Marc Keahey presents the Clarke County High School basketball programs a grant check for $5,000. The money was approved by the late senator Pat Lindsey before he passed away a few months ago. More...