September 30, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

Late surge comes up short for JA Eagles

The Jackson Academy football team dropped yet another close game last week, this time to region leader Coosa Valley Academy by a score of 16 – 12. More...

THS chews up 533 yards of total offense

The Thomasville Tigers came from behind twice in route to a 41 -17 win over the visiting Demopolis Tigers this past Friday. Playing before a near capacity crowd at D. F. More...

Millry has twice the chances but falls to Washington Co.

When gauging the efficiency of an offense, time of possession and offensive plays are usually two of the first measurables that are mentioned. More...

Handley uses big plays, defense to beat SWHS

The Sweet Water Bulldogs saw their season mark fall to 3 – 2 this past Friday, when the 3A Handley Tigers handed them a 41 – 27 loss before the large crowd gathered at Nolan Atkins Stadium. More...

Coates named AWSA top player

Jackson High School has one of the stingiest defenses in Class 4A. But the Aggies had a tough time stopping Leroy’s Sammie Coates. More...

Region Standings Week 5

Class 4A, Region 1 Team Region Pnts. More...

Love’s four TDs lead Clarke County

Clarke County High picked up their first road win of the season as Dre Love helped power the Bulldogs to a 35-14 win over the Panthers of Marengo High last Friday night in the Swamp in Dixons Mills. More...

Sports Scene

Call it Karma or fate or whatever, but cheerleading atop my favorite list

I think I have spent the majority of my life dealing with sports in some way. Growing up I played the games and then took a job at the newspaper, spreading the news about all of the local sports. More...

Lear jets Gators through Rebels

When the Clarke Prep School Gators and South Choctaw Academy Rebels clash on the gridiron there are usually fireworks. More...

Offensive miscues plague Demons on the Reservation

The McIntosh Demons fell from the ranks of unbeaten teams as they lost 25-0 last Friday to the Indians of Southern Choctaw on the Reservation in Gilbertown. More...

Lewis’ three TDs take sting from Hornets

The Coffeeville Panthers picked up their first win of the season this past Friday as they beat the Hornets of John Essex 24-14 in Demopolis. It was the first career win for head coach Brian Stovall as well. More...

GH Pee Wee teams sweep Coffeeville

Grove Hill’s Pee Wee football teams traveled to Coffeeville this past Saturday and won three games. The Junior’s game was rained out and was to be played Tuesday afternoon. The MiniMites won their game 20-14 over the Coffeeville team. More...

Earl Ray Mason brings home contest cash this week

Longtime area football and sports guru Earl Ray Mason captured this week’s football pick-em contest. Mason went 9-1 this week and just missed on picking the tie breaker deadon. He picked Jackson to beat Leroy 28-13. More...