November 10, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

Aggies cut through Sumter Central

The top ranked Jackson High Aggies cut through the Sumter Central Jaguars 35-7 last Friday night in the first round of the Class 4A playoffs. More...

Hayes, Taite return INTs for THS TDs

The Thomasville Tigers scored in all three phases of the game this past Friday, on their way to a 55 – 6 win over the West Blocton Tigers in the first round of the playoffs More...

Basketball tips off for CCHS

Bulldogs poised for title run

There is a rather large bull’s eye painted smack dab in the middle of Grove Hill as the high school basketball season gets ready to start. More...

JA Eagles storm into semi-finals

The sixth-ranked Jackson Academy football team advanced to the semi-final round of the AISA 1A playoffs last Friday night with a convincing win over Ashford Academy by a score of 41 – 13, a game in which not one single punt was attempted by eit More...

Sweet Water outlasts Keith Bears

The Sweet Water Bulldogs amassed 406 yards of offense on their way to a 48 – 26 win over the Keith High School Bears this past Friday, November 4, in the first round Class 1A playoffs. More...

Bears bust Mustangs

The defending state champion Leroy Bears road roughshod over the Mustangs of Isabella 54-14 last Friday night in the first round of the Class 2A playoffs. Early in the first quarter William Gartman tossed a 43 yard touchdown pass to Brent Reed. More...

Gators to meet EA in rematch

The Clarke Prep School Gators slammed the door on the high flying Evangel Christian offense as they won 42- 15 in the first round of the AISA Class AA playoffs last Friday night. More...

Lady Bulldogs young, experienced

Last year the Lady Bulldogs of Clarke County went 15-8 and lost in the sub-state round of the playoffs at Montgomery Academy. There was only one senior on that team and she was not a starter. More...