February 2, 2012 RSS feed / Sports

Lady Gators beat Monroe

The Clarke Prep School Lady Gators beat the Lady Vols of Monroe Academy 43-27 Monday night in the last game of the regular season. Libby Harrigan had 26 points. Kathryn Gwin added 12 points. More...

CPS Gator Hit-a-thon on Feb. 11

The Clarke Prep School annual Hit-a-thon and alumni game will be Saturday, Feb. 11. The Hit-a-thon starts at 10:00 and alumni game starts at 1:30. To be a part of either activity contact the school. More...

Trophy deer

Brian Gates killed this 11- point, 205-pound trophy while hunting at Forrestdale Hunting Club. More...

Gators win!

First boys hoop win since Dec. 2008

The Clarke Prep School Gators beat the Volunteers of Monroe Academy 33-26 Monday night, ending a long streak of futility. More...

Bulldogs fall to Aggies

The top-ranked 3A Clarke County Bulldogs lost 68-64 to the Jackson Aggies Saturday night on the road. Jackson hit 18-of-20 free throws while the Bulldogs only made 14-of-26 from the charity stripe. More...

Travel team looking for softball players

U12 Hot Stuff, a fully sponsored traveling softball team, is looking for hardworking girls, 12 and under, that are dedicated to softball to fill last spots for this year’s season, which is Feb.-May. More...

Cumlander signs with MGCCC

Kyle Cumlander, a senior at Faith Academy in Mobile, Al., signed a letter of intent during a signing ceremony this past Wednesday, January 25. Kyle will be a 4 year letterman for ABCA Hall of Fame Coach Lloyd Skoda this year. More...

Big Buck

Ethan Dungan, 9-years-old, killed this 6-point buck, his first, on Jan. 25. He was hunting with his Paw Paw George Fuller “outside the Grove Hill area.” More...

First deer

Ty Parden, 8-years-old, killed his first deer, a doe, on Jan. 16, 2012. He shot it using a .308 rifle. He is the son of Jeremy Parden and Annie Linder. More...

Dixie Youth sign-ups this week

The Grove Hill Dixie Youth baseball and softball leagues have announced Feb. 2-4 as the dates for sign-ups for the upcoming season. On Feb. 2-3, Thursday and Friday, the times will be from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. and on Feb. More...