May 6, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

Bullodogs swept by Alabama Christian

The playoff run for the Clarke County High School Bulldogs came to an end this past Friday as they were swept 13-0 and 7-6 by the Eagles of Alabama Christian at the Gerald H. Stephens Sports Complex in Grove Hill. More...

JHS set for regionals

The Jackson High School Lady Aggies finished as the runner-up in the 4A Area 1 tournanent held last week in Mobile.

JHS lost 13-3 to UMSWright in the title game. Nataline Moseley was 2- for-3 with a homer and two RBI. Savannah Autry, Sydney Thomas, Jordan Neugent and Brianne Powell each had a hit. To reach the title game Jackson eliminated W.S. More...

LHS allows no runs in tourney

The Lady Bears of Leroy did not allow a single run as they won the 2A Area 4 tournament this past week in Leroy. The first game of the tournament was a five inning game as the Lady Bears defeated Southern Choctaw 10-0. More...

Spring football starts

Bulldogs get started under French

With clear skies and comfortable temperatures, the Clarke County Bulldogs got their first look at new Coach Jack French and French did the same with his players. More...

Sports Scene

The light at the end of the tunnel in view

Even though I do now walk the halls on a dialy basis, I, like the students and teachers, am truly looking forward to the end of the school year. It is the light at the end of the tunnel so to speak. More...

Bears blast Reeltown 18-0, 15-2

The Leroy Bears collected 32 hits over two games as they swept the Rebels of Reeltown last Friday to advance to the semi-finals of the Class 2A playoffs. More...

CPS splits with EA

The Clarke Prep School Lady Gators split a doubleheader with Escambia Academy last Friday in Grove HIll as they closed out the regular season. In the opener CPS won 9-1 as Kiley Dunagan struck out 10, walked one, allowed one hit and one run. More...

CPS track teams do well at state

The Clarke Prep School junior high boys and girls track team just completed their second season of competition at the state track meet. Each finished third in a rebuilding year of sorts. More...