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November 18, 2004 RSS feed / Sports

Gators plow through Trojans 61-8

The Clarke Prep School Gators scored 47 first half points as they cruised to a 61-8 thrashing of Meadowview Christian Academy last Friday night in the first round of the AISA state playoffs. More...

Pike County sends CCHS packing in first round action

The playoff run for the Clarke County High School Bulldogs didn More...

TMS beats Choctaw 58-49

The TMS boys got a 23 point performance from James White in beating the middle school boys from Choctaw County 58-49 on Tuesday, Nov. 9. The game was the young Tigers first home game and their fifth game in nine days. More...

Cheerleaders win award

The Thomasville Middle School Cheerleaders competed at the Clarke-Washington Fair in Jackson on Nov. 4 and placed first in the dance competition and second in the cheer/chant competition. More...

Johns pressed into Bama duty

Alabama running back Aaron Johns is seen here in pre-game warm-ups prior to the Mississippi State game recently. Injuries have moved Johns up to number two on the depth chart. More...

Rising to every occasion

With our Thomasville Tigers facing what most folks in the world of Alabama High School football would term an unenviable task this week, I thought I would take a closer look and see what might be a Tiger More...

Bulldogs go jaw to jaw with Wilcats, 43-30

Bulldog Runningback Anthony Landrum is off to the races on one of his five touchdowns in playoff action against Florala. More...

Eagles end Coffeeville playoff run

The Coffeeville High School Panthers saw their season come to an end 27-18 this past Friday night to the Eagles of Autaugaville at Panther Stadium in Coffeeville. More...

TMS girls improve to 4-1

The TMS girls basketball team ran their seasonal record to 4-1 Tuesday, Nov. 9 when they defeated the girls from Choctaw County Middle School 29-22 in Thomasville. More...

Marengo Academy to host deer hunt

Only 50 slots will be open to hunt Alabama More...

Alabama hunters can help the hungry

Alabama hunters again have the opportunity to help others while they enjoy their outdoor pursuits. More...