November 7, 2013 RSS feed / Sports

Thomasville to start sports hall of fame

“If we are going to do something, then it will be first class and something to be proud of,” is how Thomasville Sports Hall of Fame committee chairman Charlie Anderson described his feelings toward the endeavor that has been started by th More...

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Play against these (so-called) ‘experts’ each week

How to Play: Find the high school and college games in the ads on this page and match them by numbers below, listing your pick to win. You must match all the games in order to qualify. More...

CCHS hoops starts with new coaches

New faces all around for Bulldog squad

For the first time in seven seasons the Clarke County High Bulldogs varsity boys basketball team will be under the direction of a new coach as E.B. Myrthil. “We have a new team with several new players,” Myrthil said. More...

JHS beats THS, claims county title

Jackson High School used big plays off turnovers to help beat county-foe Thomasville 39-17 last Friday night at Legion Field in Jackson. The Thomasville High School Tigers football team faced a talented county rival Nov. More...

Turnovers doom CCHS in season’s final game

The Clarke County High School Bulldogs closed out the 2013 football season, falling 14-12 to the Leroy Bears at H.G. Prim Stadium. “Turnovers really hurt us,” Head Coach Junior Kelley said. More...

Eagles lose to Autauga, eye playoffs

The Jackson Academy football team continued to show progress last Friday night in a 35 – 13 loss to eight-ranked, 2A Autauga Academy. More...

CCHS hoops starts with new coaches

Lady Bulldogs seek return to B’ham

The dreams of a blue state championship trophy fell short last year for the Clarke County High Lady Bulldogs. But the bulk of the team that was able to battle their way to Birmingham is back this year, ready to make the final step. More...

First round AHSAA, AISA playoff pairings

FIRST ROUND PAIRINGS - 7 p.m.Class 1ABillingsley (8-2) at St. Luke’s Episcopal (7-3)Talladega Co.-Central (5-5) at Brantley (8-2)A.L. More...