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May 22, 2008 RSS feed / Sports

Bulldogs end spring with a win

The Sweet Water Bulldogs sent a message to everyone on their schedule and everyone in Class 1A this past Friday, May16, that in their small school located in Marengo County just off highway 10, when it comes to their football program, they don't re More...

Baseball awards

The TMS baseball awards for 2008 went to (from left): Tevin Watters - pitching, John Knight - office, Hunter Jackson - team captain. More...

Diamond Dolls awards

The THS Diamond Doll awards for 2008 went to (from left): Kanesha Danzy - outstanding senior, Camelia Forte' - most spirited, Larremy Pope - most dependable, Carson Parker - most spirited. More...

Jackson baseball team claims state championship

The Jackson Aggies completed the sweep of the Haleyville Lions 8-6, 9-8 to claim the schools first outright state championship Thursday May 15 at Patterson Field in Montgomery. More...

Taking Names and Keeping Score

Tigers prowling in Mobile area

Three former Thomasville Tiger standouts have certainly made their presence known in the college baseball circles of Mobile this year. More...

Washington signs to play for LBW

Nicole Washington signed a scholarship to play softball at Lurleen B. Wallace Community College. Pictured with Washington is (front row, from left) Willie Nicholson, Washington, Olivia Washington and Natalie Washington. More...

Excitement is catching at three-day fishing events

Seldom can an enthusiasm for fishing be found that can come even close to that experienced during the three-day Gone Fishin', Not Just Wishin' event at Oak Mountain State Park. More...

East-West game a runaway

It was the West All - Stars routing the East All- Stars 17 - 3 in the annual Mack Outlaw Lions Club East - West game played this past Saturday, May 17 here in Thomasville. More...