March 1, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Lady Bulldogs softball gets going

The Clarke County High School Lady Bulldogs cranked up the softball season Wednesday as they traveled to Monroe County for the opening game.  New Head Coach Allan Floyd has a good mix of older, veteran players to go along with some younger ones. More...

Final sign-up for city ball

The Grove Hill Baseball and softball leagues will have one more sign-up this Friday from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. at Town Hall.  Players can sign up on Saturday from 9 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. More...

Lady Gators do well in Selma

The Clarke Prep School Lady Gators traveled to Selma this past weekend and went 4-2 over the course of games in the Morgan Tournament.  “We played pretty well in Selma,” Head Coach Billy Hamilton said. More...

CCHS, WHMS, GHES Beauty Review winners

Junior and Senior class winners were: 1st Alternate--Ayanna Williams; Top Beauty/Audience Choice--Janeah Finney; 2nd Alternate--A'Maya Wiffen; and Miss Congeniality-- Allison Furr. More...

New AISA classifications

The numbers are out and the majority of area Alabama Independent School Association schools will stay in the same class they were in for the previous 2- year period.  Clarke Prep hovered right on the line between Class A and AA for football, and More...

Clarke Prep continues to roll

The Clarke Prep Gators remain unbeaten this season, but they now have a tie as time expired in a 4-4 game with AAA Bessemer this past Saturday at the Morgan Tournament in Selma. More...

CCHS blanks Monroe County

The Clarke County High School Bulldogs pounded the Monroe County Tigers 17-0 last Friday in Monroeville. More...

Patience brings the big buck

Brook Starks harvested this massive 3-4-year-old 10-point buck on Jan. 30 while hunting on family land near West Bend. The deer weighed 192 pounds. Starks first saw the deer on a patch camera in December. More...