October 27, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

Loss ends CCHS’ playoff hopes

In a battle of Bulldogs, the Washington Countybased hounds used a strong defense as well as key special teams play to beat Clarke County 30-13 last Friday night at Jordan- Wilcox Stadium in Chatom. More...

Aggies stand tall over Tigers

For eight weeks it was all anyone in Southwest Alabama could talk about, then in 48 minutes as the dust settled the Jackson Aggies had knocked off top-ranked and defending state champion Thomasville 28-9 in front of more than 5,000 screaming fans at More...

Eagles pound Sparta, turn to CPS

The seventh-ranked Jackson Academy football team avenged an overtime loss to Sparta Academy last year by pounding the Warriors by a score of 53 – 7 last Friday night at home. JA’s defense held Sparta to 84 rushing yards on 37 attempts. More...

Sweet Water holds McIntosh to 60 yards

The Sweet Water Bulldogs, playing on the road in McIntosh, accumulated a total of 451 yards of offense while holding the home standing McIntosh Demons to a total of only 60 yards in their 56 – 8 rout of their hosts this past Friday, October 21. More...

Tough road trip for Clarke Prep Gators

The Clarke Prep School Gators traveled to Autauga Academy last Friday and suffered a 14-12 setback to the Class A school. The Generals of Autauga jumped out to a quick 7-0 lead on a 63 yard run. More...

CPS Lady Gators headed to state

Almost like clockwork, the Lady Gators of Clarke Prep ran through the competition as they easily won the regional tournament and the right to play in the AISA state volleyball tourney. More...

Pigskin Pickins’

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