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April 6, 2006 RSS feed / Sports

Tigers back on track vs. WCHS

After a less than satisfying performance in the Pizza Pro Classic the Thomasville Tiger varsity baseball team seemed to get back on track Monday, April 3 when the defeated the Washington County High School baseball team 11-5 in a game held in Thomasv More...

Country baseball a rich history

What did country folks do for entertainment before there were televisions and favorite hangouts such as pizza places and social centers like the local Wal-Mart? More...

Linden golf tourney open

Win $30,000 cash for a hole-in-one on par three Number 3 hole at Linden Country Club Saturday, April 22. Linden Rotary Club is sponsoring a four-man scramble with a shotgun start that Saturday. More...

Craddock's Gobbler

Philip Craddock killed this turkey recently. It weighed 20 lbs. with 1 1/4 inch spurs and a 9 7/8 inch beard. More...

Finding Alabama's rabbits

Watchable Wildlife Rabbits have long ears and long hindlegs for jumping. They have two pairs of upper incisors, the first enlarged and chisel-like, the second small and directly behind the first, lacking cutting edges. More...

Tigers falter in Pizza Pro Classic

The Thomasville Tigers who went 1-3 in the annual Pizza Pro Classic baseball tournament this past week couldn%27t help but feel like the roof had caved in as the usually solid Tiger defense became porous and the pitching staff that had been so consis More...

Taking Names and Keeping Score

Sportsmanship; where has it gone?

Webster%27s Sports Dictionary defines sportsmanship as "the ethical behavior exhibited by a sportsman or an athlete. More...

Tiger JV downs Bulldogs

The Thomasville High School JV Tigers defeated the Bulldogs of Washington County High School 9-1 on Monday, April 3. More...

Young and Chapman hit target

Thomas "Tim" Young (right) killed this 17.5 lb. turkey while hunting with Seltzer Chapman. The bird had a 9.5 inch beard and one inch spurs. More...

Vaughn's Tom

Peter Vaughn killed this turkey while hunting near Thomasville. It weighed 15 lbs. with a 10 inch beard and one-inch spurs. More...


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