November 25, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

JHS Aggies return four starters in basketball

The Jackson High School varsity basketball Aggies return four starters from last year but five seniors, all with experience. More...

Key for Lady Eagles will be defensive play

The Jackson Academy Lady Eagles will be under a new coach as they get ready for the start of the Class A, Region 2 this season. Alex Flowers takes over a team that has a lot of athletic ability. More...

Starting slots up in air for JA hoopsters

With the football season just coming to an end for the Jackson Academy Eagles, the knowledge of the projected starters on the basketball team is still up in the air. More...

First buck taken

Jacob Robison, 9 years old, of Fulton killed his first buck, a four-point, on Sunday, November 14 while hunting with his mother, Tara Robison. More...

LHS’ Williams run all over Cottonwood’s Bruins

The Leroy Bears shook off a shaky start to beat the Cottonwood Bears 40-21 as they turned to the ground game to advance to the semi-finals in Class 2A last Friday night. More...

Sweet Water wins, sets up Linden rematch

In classic Sweet Water style, the Bulldog offense rolled to over 400 yards on the ground, while the defense held St. More...

Lady Aggies look for balance in youth and experience

Jackson High School’s Lady Aggies are ready to make the jump. Last year they went 17-10 and finished as the runner-up in the area. This year they hope to be able to capture an area title and go farther. More...

Barfield to be inducted into the AHSAA Hall of Fame

Grove Hill native Doug Barfield will be among the 12 major contributors to prep athletics in Alabama that have been selected to the 21th class of the Alabama High School Sports Hall of Fame. Barfield joins John D. Simpkins, D.F. Anderson, H.G. More...

CCHS vball winners

The Clarke County High School LadyBulldogs volleyball team had their awards banquet recently. More...