March 3, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

CPS Lady Gators plow through competition

The Clarke Prep School Lady Gators ran their record to 4-0 as they beat Southern Academy 8-3 last Saturday in the last game of the Gator Classic Tournament. More...

CCHS Bulldogs even record to 2-2

The Clarke County High School Bulldogs evened their record to 2-2 as they held on to beat Citronelle 7- 6 Saturday night at the Gerald H. Stephens Sports Complex in Grove Hill. More...

JA Eagles battle for split of games in GH

The Jackson Academy Eagles split their first two games of the season as they played in the Gator Classic in Grove Hill. Last Thursday the Eagles opened tourney play by beating Southern Academy 5-4. More...

Bass tourney scheduled for April 2

There will be a Bass tournament on April 2, 2011at Monroe County Lake. The lake covers 94 acres. Boat and bank fishermen are welcome to enter. Register by mail or day of tournament. More...

STATE CHAMPS

The Clarke Prep School Powwerlifting team won the Class 2A State Championship last week at Pickens Academy. More...

Jason Massey named new coach at CCHS

The Clarke County High School Bulldogs have a new football coach and Athletics Director as Jason Massey was approved by the board last Thursday. “We are excited about the hiring of Coach Massey,” CCHS Principal Debra Dennis said. More...

Gators win twice in Saturday tournament action

The Clarke Prep School Gators won both of their Saturday games to improve their record to 2-2 as they closed out the first week of baseball. In the last game of the day CPS beat Southern 14- 9. More...

Late game heroics paced JHS Aggies on the diamond

The Jackson Aggies improved to 4-1 on the season as they beat the Washington County Bulldogs 9-5 Saturday night on the last day of the Tombigbee Classic. “We won one game in the bottom of the eighth inning,” Coach Jason Jones said. More...

Lady Eagles beat Southern

The Lady Eagles began their season with 10-3 win against Southern Academy this past Thursday. The Jackson defense showed out with a three up/three down in the first inning. More...