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September 16, 2004 RSS feed / Sports

Festival charity run set for Oct. 2

The Rambling Rose Charity 5K will begin at 8 a.m. at Thomasville City Hall, on Saturday, October 2. The 5K is open to all runners and walkers. More...

Marengo loses to Shields, 27-20

The young Marengo High Panthers are growing a little each week. The old saying there is no substitute for experience certainly holds true where football is concerned and this year where the Panthers are concerned. More...

Thomasville High School ‘Cream the Blue Devils’ homecoming t-shirts on sale

The 2004-05 homecoming t-shirts are now on sale at the Thomasville City Schools. More...

T’ville Middle falls to Jackson Middle, 8-0

In their 2004 season opener the Thomasville Middle School Tiger football team lost to the Jackson Middle School Aggies 8-0 on Tuesday, Sept. 7 at Jackson More...

Clarke Prep down Rebels, 30-6

Taking a huge step forward in earning a playoff spot, the Clarke Prep School Gators downed the Rebels of South Choctaw 30-6 last Friday night in Toxey at Jackson Memorial Stadium. More...

Coffeeville wins on the road, 27-14

Going on the road and winning region games is key in getting to post-season play and the Coffeeville Panthers did just that, for the second straight week, as they downed the Bulldogs from J.U. Blacksher 27-14 in Uriah last Friday night. More...

Marengo defeats Warrior during volleyball tourney

Marengo defeated Warrior Academy 25-12 & 25-14. Kills by Emily Harris and Amber Walker kept the Braves digging on the floor. Ace serves by Brooke Miller, Abbey Huckabee and Chelsea Etheridge helped lead MA to victory. More...

Bulldogs block out Sunshine 61 to 16

The Sweet Water Bulldogs continued to score at a torrid pace last Friday night as they beat Sunshine High School 61 to 16 and improved their season record to 2 and 1 and their area four record to 2 and 0. More...

Weathering the storms of this life

Twenty five years ago today a relative of More...

Tiger junior varsity runs record to 2-0, Tuesday

Thomasville More...

Lady Tiger volleyballers lose first match

This past week the t homas-ville volleyball team suffered their first loss of the season to the Clarke County High team in a tri-match at Leroy on Tuesday, Sept. 7. More...

CCHS falls to Midfield Patriots

Despite getting 188 yards from sophomore tailback Jamarcus Robinson, the Clarke County High School Bulldogs lost 30-8 to the Midfield Patriots last Friday night at H.G. Prim Stadium. More...

Crossbows, turkey decoys now legal

The Alabama Legislative Council approved changes to the state More...


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