October 7, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

JA’s Williams runs for 3 scores

The Jackson Academy Eagles broke a four game losing streak last week when they made the long trip to Columbiana to tackle region foe Cornerstone Christian and dominated the game taking a 35 – 20 win. More...

Williams KO return ignites Bulldog crowd

Clarke County threw arch-rival T.R. Miller everything they had last Friday night at H.G. Prim Stadium, but came away with a 34-26 region loss. More...

Millry stays alive in region

The Millry Wildcats scored six times in the first half to build a huge lead in their 57-41 win over J.U. Blacksher last Friday night on Wildcat Hill. More...

Strong third quarter leads Tigers to win

The Thomasville Tigers improved their overall record to 6 – 0 and their region mark to 4 – 0 this past Friday, October 1, when they defeated the visiting Escambia County Blue Devils 21 – 0 before the homecoming crowd gathered at D. More...

Thompson scores three TDs on four carries for SWHS

The Sweet Water Bulldogs scored three times in the first quarter and five times in the second on their way to a 63 – 0 win over region foe A. L. Johnson this past Friday. More...

Gartman accounts for four touchdowns for LHS Bears

The Leroy Bears rolled up 577 yards of total offense as they hammered the visiting Mobile Christian Leopards 45-14 last Friday at Palmer Stadium. The two squads came into the contest with perfect 3-0 region marks. More...

Wilson Hall rolling along

The Wilson Hall Middle school football team is off to a great start this year. On Sept. 7th the Bulldogs defeated the Thomasville Middle School with a final score of 22-6. More...

Gators first to clinch region

Rush defense and the usual potent running game was the key for a lopsided 45-19 victory for the Clarke Prep Gators over the visiting Southern Academy Cougars Friday night at Hamilton Field. More...

Sports Scene

How can a pro athlete be that way?

Last week I was driving down the road, listening to some sports talk show. (No it was not the Paul Finebaum show. He is no longer good since he drank the Crimson kool aid.) Anyway. More...

Aggies’ Bowe rains on Red Raiders

The Jackson High School Aggies, ranked number one in Class 4A, made short work of the Red Raiders of B.C. Rain last Thursday at Ladd Stadium in Mobile, winning 42-24. The win improves their region record to 4-0. More...

Demons hit buzzsaw

The McIntosh Demons ran into a buzzsaw last Thursday night as they lost 62-8 to the Linden Patriots in Linden. The Patriots ran out to a 29- 0 first half lead and then added to that before the Demons scored in the closing minutes of the game. More...

CHS freshman Coates skins Wildcat defense

For the first time in two seasons the Coffeeville Panthers have won two games in row as they beat the Wildcats of St. Luke’s 34-22 in Mobile last Friday night. In 2008 they beat J.F. Shields and Frisco City in consecutive weeks. More...

Parker’s 274 rushing yards sinks Admirals

Washington County went a long way toward a region championship Friday night with a 34 – 21 win over previously undefeated Bayside Academy. The 7th ranked Bulldogs bludgeoned the 6th ranked Admirals on the ground with 274 yards rushing. More...

Three pick perfect in weekly contest

Three pickers selected all 10 games correctly this past week in the football contest. Torey Horton was the lucky winner with his 28- 17 pick of Washington County to beat Bayside. More...

Region Standings Week 6

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

JMS beats WHMS in title game

A sell-out crowd was on hand Monday night as the JMS Aggies and the Wilson Hall Bulldogs faced off for county bragging rights. More...