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August 27, 2004 RSS feed / Sports

Bulldogs look good going into new season

The Sweet Water Bulldogs, although still young by most standards, are bringing a lot of experience with them into the 2004 season. More...

“Share the Wonder” mentoring program seeks hunters

The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources is launching a new mentoring campaign More...

Cupboard not bare for the 2004 Tigers

The Thomasville Tigers, runners-up in the Class 4A, Region 1 race last year, look to improve upon their 10-2 record from last year. More...

2004 Crimson Tide has Clarke County connection

Three former local high school football players will be wearing the crimson and white of the University of Alabama this fall. More...

Campbell wants Panthers back in playoffs

The end of a long era has started for the Marengo High Panthers. More...

2004 ASWA Pre-Season Poll

A total of 25 sports writers from across the state participated in the preseason poll, which lists defending champs Hoover (6A), Briarwood Christian (5A), Trinity (4A), Randolph County (2A), and Parrish (1A) at No. 1 in the respective divisions. More...

2004 Region Alignments

Class 1A Region 1 J.U. Blacksher More...

More scenes from Thomasville’s jamboree

Demopolis 33 THS 6 Photos by Marvin Jansen

Demopolis 33THS 6 Photos byMarvin Jansen More...

Youngsters catch a blue cat

Blonde headed Emily Godwin doesn More...

Football season widely anticipated

Taking Names and Keeping Score By Charlie Anderson More...

Coach’s 27 year career ends this season Campbell’s Panthers show improvement at jamboree

Going into the 2004 football season Marengo High School Head Coach Woodrow More...

Lady Tiger volleyball players working for better year

Thomasville High School Lady Tigers 2004 Volleyball Schedule More...

Outdoor extravaganza Saturday downtown

Do your shopping for hunting, fishing, or outdoor needs in Downtown Thomasville on Saturday, Aug. 28 at the WIN 98 and Brooks Chevrolet Outdoor Extravaganza. More...

New look in store for SWHS Bulldogs

Tradition means a lot for schools, especially their athletic programs. More...

CHS’ Dunning, THS’ Sparks two top area grid prospects

Last year this area sent two high school football players to the University of Alabama (see above story) and another picked Auburn University. More...

CCHS ready to open season with 32 players

The Bulldogs have more than a week this year to know what is expected of them. More...

Coffeeville Panthers to play ironman football

Panther quarterback Michael Thomas hands off to tailback Timothy Washington as Coffeeville readies for their season opener against American Christian Friday night. Photos by Bruce Hansen More...

Blackmon returns to area to lead JHS

In mid-January John Blackmon was hired to do for the Jackson High School Aggies what he had done at the two previous schools he coached, that is turn a program around. More...

Locals meet Olympian

Stephanie Myers of Thomasville recently took her daughters, Shelby, 12 and Sheyenne, 10, to an U.S. Olympic Softball Team exposition in Montgomery. Pictured are (left to right) team pitcher Jennie Finch and Sheyenne. More...

Clarke Prep planning big comeback in 2004

After two years of not making the playoffs, the Clarke Prep School Gators are poised to make a return to the post-season. More...