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October 7, 2004 RSS feed / Sports

Runners place at Rambling Rose Charity Run

More than 50 people participated in the Rambling Rose Charity 5K on Saturday. Pictured are those taking home trophies in respective running classes. Finishing first was Matt Curtner-Smith of Northport and Jill Barlow of Thomasville. More...

Bulldogs beat Francis Marion Rams 46-6

Clarke County High School beat the Rams of Francis Marion 46-6 Friday night for a big homecoming win at H.G. Prim Stadium. More...

Gators silence Saints 32-28

The Clarke Prep School Gators outlasted the Saints from Patrician 32-28 last Friday night in Grove Hill. More...

CPS defeats JA in volleyball play

The Lady Gators from Clarke Prep School downed county rival Jackson Academy 25-17, 25-20 and 25-12 to take the season series sweep between the two schools. More...

Demons reel from Panther pounce 32-8

The Coffeeville Panthers used an aerial attack to send the Demons of McIntosh packing 32-8 last Friday night in Coffeeville. More...

The legacy of a legend

I was deeply saddened to learn of the death of longtime Vestavia Hills baseball Coach Sammy Dunn. His death this past Sunday afternoon ended a battle he had been raging against cancer since being diagnosed with it in the spring of 2003. More...

Bulldogs clip the Eagles’ wings 48-16

The Sweet Water Bulldogs improved their season record to 4-1 while going 3-0 in 1A region 4 competition when they pounded the Eagles of A.L. Johnson High School 48-16 Friday night. More...

Panthers fall to Whippets 24-6

Even though Coach Woodrow Campbell felt his young team gave one of their best efforts of the season the Marengo Panthers found themselves on the short end of the stick once again. More...

Cooley announces G.O.L.D. team

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Sweet Water High School Bulldogs of 1961

The 1961 Sweet Water High School Bulldogs were: (L to R) front row, Manager Randy McManus, Allison Norris, Billy Mathers, Benny Kirkham, James Vice, Randall Hill, Stanley Davis, Henry Smith and Manager Danny Walker; second row, Don Johnson, Raymond A More...


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