October 21, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

Balanced attack paces Aggies

Playing with heavy hearts because of the serious injury to one teammate as well as two other teammates losing a member of their family, the Jackson Aggies disposed of the Escambia County Blue Devils 28-14 last Friday night. More...

Headed to State!

Clarke Prep School won the AISA Class A West regional volleyball tournament Tuesday by downing Escambia Academy 24-26, 25-16, 25-11 and 25-17. Courtney Dunagan, pictured, was named MVP. More...

Playoff spot locked up by Jackson Academy Eagles

The Jackson Academy football team not only got a big homecoming win last Friday night, but also a lock on a play-off berth. The Eagles whipped region foe and homecoming opponent Meadowview by a score of 49 – 0. More...

Playoff tickets get punched

Playoff tickets were issued to several area teams while other programs will finish out the season and begin the preparation work for next year as week eight came to a close in the state. More...

Six straight region titles for Bears

The Leroy Bears rolled to their fifth straight region title as they overwhelmed the Tigers of Choctaw County 54-13 last Friday night in Butler. More...

Special teams key Tigers to win in East Brewton

The Thomasville Tigers jumped out to a 35 – 0 first quarter lead on their way to a 56 – 7 road win over the W. S. Neal Blue Eagles this past Friday, October 15. More...

Region Standings Week 8

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

Washington Co. gets three scores in first five snaps

Washington County took Montgomery Academy out of the game early with three touchdowns in their first five offensive snaps to build a 20 - 0 lead not even six minutes into the game. More...

Pair of perfect pickers in weekly contest

In a week where the top ranked team in the country was handed their first defeat, two area prognosticators found a way to pick a perfect 10-0 in the weekly football contest. More...

EPIC SHOWDOWN SET

No. 1 Jackson travels to No. 2 Thomasville

Eight rounds of the super heavy weight in Class 4A are complete and the top two contenders, Jackson and Thomasville, have weathered the storm unbeaten. More...

Sports Scene

Don’t look Ethel...but it was too late

Unlike something from Star Trek, where they boldly go, where no one has gone before, I had the sense that after 20 years of covering high school sports that I had either seen or heard just about anything that could happen. More...

Colorful Gator fans

Several Clarke Prep fans broke out new “cheer” outfits for the regional volleyball tournament held in Grove Hill on Tuesday. More...

CCHS Bulldogs ‘Love’ Homecoming win

The Clarke County High School Bulldogs jumped out to a first half lead and then cruised to a 41-20 Homecoming win over the Excel Panthers this past Friday night at H.G. Prim Stadium. More...

McIntosh locks up playoff berth in wild 1A region

The McIntosh Demons kept their hopes to host a first-round 1A playoff game alive with a 50-8 win over A.L. Johnson Friday night. It was also a homecoming win for McIntosh. More...

Lear pounds out four TDs for Gators

The fifth ranked Clarke Prep Gators flexed their muscles this past week as they went on the road and beat the fourth ranked Fort Dale Eagles 36-28 to run their record to 7-1 on the season. More...

Bulldogs juggernaught sinks Pirates ship

The Sweet Water Bulldogs went on the road and shutout the Fruitdale Pirates 50-0 in a region match-up for both teams. More...

Hitting ‘Land’ always kills a Hurricane

Needing a win to keep their playoff hopes alive, the Millry Wildcats fell behind early and then stormed back to get a 32-14 region win over the Hurricanes of Flomaton last Friday night on Wildcat Hill. More...

C’villes playoffs dream falter in Swamp

The Coffeeville Panthers saw their playoffs hopes come up short and the Marengo Panthers were able to fulfill their post-season aspirations in a 36-20 game this past Friday at the Swamp in Dixons Mills. More...