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September 2, 2004 RSS feed / Sports

Taking Names and Keeping Score

Make time to play with kids

Throwing in the direction of two silhouettes racing toward the late afternoon sun, I put the best spiral I could do on the old pigskin and let it fly. Knowing full well that this pass would likely decide the neighborhood championship, More...

Lady Tiger Volleyballers take first two matches

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GO TIGERS!

2004 THS Tigers

1Anthony HenegarJr. 2Marshall KnightSr. 3Ben SandersSr. More...

Tip Off Club meeting tonight

The Thomasville High School Tip Off Club will be holding it More...

Thomasville Tigers Junior Varsity blasts Wilcox Central Wildcats, 28-0

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Bulldogs show promise

Despite losing their season opener to the Thomasville Tigers 33 to 15, the Sweet Water Bulldogs had some positives that came from the game. In Coach Stacy Luker More...

Gators put down 9th ranked Knights

After falling behind early, the Clarke Prep School Gators roared back to down the Class AAA Knights of Macon-East 20-8 in Grove Hill last Friday night. More...

Hornets sting young Panthers 38-6

The John Essex Hornets with 16 returning lettermen from a team that went 8 and 2 in 2003, took advantage of the young and relatively inexperienced Mar-engo Panthers Friday night defeating them 38 to 6. More...

CHS loses opener

The Coffeeville High School Panthers opened the 2004 season by hosting the Class 1A runner-up American Christian last Friday night at Panther Stadium. More...

CCHS shuts-out Greene County

The Clarke County High School Bulldogs used a balanced offensive attack and smouthering defense to beat the Tigers of Greene County 28-0 last Friday night in Grove Hill. More...

Weyerhaeuser running team places first

The Weyerhaeuser Running Team, competing in the Gulf Coast Corporate Cup Division 4, has won this year More...

Parden completes ASTU exam

Kyle Parden of Ross Taekwondo Academy, son of Robin and Kevin Claxton of Dixons Mills and grandson of Larry and Charlotte Bouler of Thomasville, has completed the entrance exam into the American Sport Taekwondo Union (ASTU) Instructor Trainee Program More...


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