February 11, 2016 RSS feed / Sports

Hard pass on pro sports

Sports Scene

I can’t lie. I don’t care for professional football or professional basketball. Lately even baseball has gotten on my nerves. Starting with the NBA, there is no such thing as fundamental basketball. More...

CPS closes out hoops with Russell Christian

The Clarke Prep School Lady Gators ended the basketball season with a 44-14 loss to Russell Christian in the regional tournament recently. “We had 20 turnovers in the first half and 20 in the second half,” Head Coach Will Florence said. More...

City league ball sign-ups continue

Sign-ups for the Grove Hill Dixie Youth baseball league and USSSA softball league can still be made. Parents can go by Town Hall between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. to sign their child up.   The cost will be $40. More...

Williams marches in London parade

Mariah Williams, a varsity cheerleader at Clarke County High School, participated in the 2016 New Year’s Day Parade in London, England after being named to the All-American cheer squad at last year’s UCA summer camp. More...

Voice of AUM hoops

Grove Hill native and AUM graduate Jacob Horton is doing the play-by-play radio duties for the AUM basketball team. Last year he did color analysis. Last week he wrote a story on a Super Bowl official from Prattville for the Montgomery Advertiser. More...

Morris signs with So. Miss

Clarke County High School linebacker Jacorey Morris signed with Southern Mississippi last Thursday. More...

Lady Bulldogs roll into tourney finals

The fourth ranked 4A Clarke County High Lady Bulldogs rolled past Monroe County 75-41 Monday night in Grove Hill. The Lady Bulldogs were led by Shanda Pugh, pictured. They have a 27-5 record and played Thomasville Wednesday night in the finals. More...

Gator alumni games

The Clarke Prep baseball and softball teams held their annual Hit-A-Thons and alumni games this past Saturday. Players from past seasons came and battled the current teams. The season starts next week for CPS with the Gator Classic in Grove Hill. More...

Trophy deer

Jimmie Grayson of Toddtown brought down this 7-point buck last week. The deer weighed 203 pounds. It was killed in the Walker Springs area. It was the second big buck in a week that Grayson was able to harvest.   More...

Bill before state house will allow baiting for deer and hogs

The Alabama House of Representatives’ Agriculture and Forestry Committee debated legislation last week that would end this state’s laws against shooting deer and hogs while they are eating bait. More...