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January 13, 2005 RSS feed / Sports

Boys b-team making progress

After improving their record to 4 and 3 over the holidays the Thomasville Tiger B-team was looking for some consistency as they began the New Year. More...

Litter volunteers sought to adopt a mile

The Clarke County Committee Against Litter is looking for people who want to adopt a mile of roadway. More...

Sessions introduces GI death benefit bill

U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions announced this week that he will introduce legislation when Congress reconvenes that would greatly expand death benefits for America More...

Tigers looking for some offense

After running their season record to 6-3 over the holidays the Tigers have fallen victim to all three of their opponents since returning to school. The Tigers began the slide with a 64-58 loss to Demopolis on Monday January 3 in The River City. More...

Young Lady Tigers improve

The basically young Lady Tigers are learning how to play basketball on the fly so to speak. More...

Bulldogs boys and girls face losses

The Bulldogs of Sweet Water High School dropped a 39-38 decision to the Indians of Southern Choctaw on Thursday December 30. More...

Thomasville City soccer teams

The 2004 seven and eight-year-old Blasters are Kelly Byrd, Conner Stokley, Jordan Norris, Daisy Luker, Ryan Downey, Douglas Cartee, Luke Gilmore, Charles Kane, Elizabeth Gracin Sutton and Kathryn Skipper; Coaches, Kevin Byrd and Chuck Kane. More...