April 7, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

First Turkey

Trey Wade of Grove Hill killed his first turkey while hunting with his dad, Leon Wade, recently. The bird had a 9 and 1/2 inch beard and 3/4 inch spurs. Teresa Wade is his mother. More...

Lady Gators go 2-2 in Lagoon Tournament

Annual hunter mail survey to begin soon

Hunter Education Coordinator, Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries More...

JHS softball coach sitting out 3 games for violating policy

JHS Principal Ken Harbuck was similiary suspended few weeks ago

For the second time in a month a Jackson High School employee has been suspended from their day-to-day duties as a direct result of something related to softball. More...

CCHS Bulldogs improve to 4-0 in area

The ninth ranked Clarke County High School Bulldogs swept the Excel Panthers this past week to run their area record to 4-0. On Friday the Bulldogs started slow but exploded to take a 12-2 win in six innings at the Gerald Stephens Sports Complex. More...

Sports Scene

Opening Day always brings back memories

We are creatures of habit and we are also people who can take pretty much anything and use that to help form memories. More...

Nice Gobbler

Jimmie Grayson, of Jackson, killed this 20-pound gobbler last Friday. The bird had a 10 and quarter inch beard and one and one-quarter inch spurs. He killed it near the Walker Springs community. More...

PLAY BALL!

Dixie Youth season opened Sat., April 2
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