May 19, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

Bulldogs play Silas Friday

The Clarke County High School Bulldogs, playing under their third coach in as many years, will conclude spring gridiron drills Friday night when they host Southern Choctaw.  Jason Massey brings his championship skills to the Bulldogs after winni More...

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Easy to like, hard to know

Graduation is my most favorite time of the year...right now.  In a few weeks, it is likely to be the late summer. More...

Linden youth wins gobbler photo contest

Alabama Black Belt Adventures congratulates 11- year old Hutson Breckenridge of Linden for winning its online Gobbler photo contest. He campaigned for Facebook “likes” from his schoolmates at Marengo Academy and finished with 160 votes. More...

Coffeeville archers qualify for World Tourney

Archery team does well in Kentucky

The Coffeeville High School archery team recently returned from the national tournament in Louisville, Kentucky with something more precious than a trophy. More...

Clarke Prep School spring drills conclude

The Clarke Prep School Gators football team finished their spring football drills this week as they look to improve on last year’s semi-final team in Class AA. More...

Bears play for title

The Leroy Bears swept the Thorsby Rebels this weekend to advance to the Class 2A state title series this week.  The top ranked Bears jumped out to a 14-2 lead in the first game only to see the lead evaporate as the two teams ended regulation tie More...

JHS to host football jamboree Thursday

The Jackson High School Aggies will start the Danny Powell era Thursday night (tonight) as they host Vigor and Hillcrest-Evergreen in a Spring Jamboree at Simpkins Stadium-Legion Field.  At 7 p.m. More...

CCHS hoops award winners

The winners of awards at the Clarke County High School Lady Bulldogs hoops award banquet last week were, (l to r): K’Disha Arnold, Most Improved; Rachel Brownlee, MVP; LaJessica Rivers, Most Va More...