September 24, 2009 RSS feed / Sports

CCHS fights hard but falls to UMS

Clarke County hosted UMS Wright last week as they fought hard but were not able to pull it out. The final score was 45-17. More...

Aggies beat Andy, jump into poll at 10

The Jackson Aggies proved they are one of the top teams in Class 4A Friday night with a 33-6 drubbing of the Andalusia Bulldogs on the road. Damion Bracy had 12 carries for 102 yards and scored four touchdowns to lead the Aggies. More...

Eagles lose to SCA

Jackson Academy Eagles lost to South Choctaw Academy Rebels 20-14 this past Friday night. The weather was very rainy and the Eagles fumbled away a possible tying score with 38 seconds to play in the game at the Rebels three yard line. More...

THS roll over W.S. Neal 58-0

The top-ranked Thomasville Tigers had no problem as they dispatched the Blue Eagles of W.S. Neal 58-0 on a raindrenched D.F. Anderson Stadium Field last Friday night. More...

Bulldogs hold off Bears

On Tuesday night the Wilson Hall Middle School Bulldogs beat the Leroy Bears 14- 12. The Bulldogs jumped on top in the first quarter when QB Matt Harvey ran up the middle to score the first touchdown. At halftime the score remained 6-0. More...

Gators earn region win over Meadowview

The Clarke Prep School Gators evened their record to 2-2 on the season as they beat the Trojans of Meadowview Christian 22-8 last Friday night in Selma. More...

Just playin’ in the rain....

The Sweet Water Bulldogs kept their 44-game, in class, winning streak alive as they beat the Fruitdale Pirates 8- 0 last Friday night. More...

Week 5 ASWA poll vote

Democrat Sports Editor Ross Wood’s week five top 10 poll. More...

CCHS loses to Andalusia

The Lady Bulldogs of Clarke County High School lost 12-25, 23-25 and 17-25 to Andalusia High last Thursday on the road. Rachel Brownlee had 10 kills, a block and an ace to pace the team. Chelsey Malone had five kills and a block. More...

Lady Gators sweep with EMCA, Sumter

The Clarke Prep School Lady Gators beat Sumter Academy last Thursday 25- 13, 25-14 and 25-22. Harley Horton had seven kills and was 11-for- 11 serving. Meg Sheffield had five aces and three kills. Allie Dunagan had seven assists. More...