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October 2, 2008 RSS feed / Sports

Is the economy upstaging the "Second Season"?

Taking Names and Keeping Score

With the U. S. economy teetering on the edge of a major meltdown, depending on whose view point you ascribe to, one of the most interesting times in the world of sports is taking a distant back seat. More...

TMS Tigers fall to JMS 30-18

The Thomasville Middle School Tigers traveled to Jackson this past Monday, September 22, and took on the Jackson Middle School Aggies at John D. Simpkins Stadium. More...

MHS loses to McIntosh

The Marengo High School Panthers went on the road this past Friday, September 26 and lost a hard fought region match-up to the McIntosh High School Demons 28 - 20. More...

CPS falls to Southern 24-20

The Clarke Prep School Gators went toe-to-toe with the second ranked Southern Academy Cougars last Friday before falling 24-20 in a big AISA Class AA Region 1 game. More...

Tigers topple Sumter for homecoming

The Thomasville Tigers brought a smile to a large homecoming crowd at D. F. Anderson Field this past Friday, September 26, when they defeated the visiting Sumter County Wildcats 35 - 2. More...

Sweet Water unfazed by presence of Panthers

The Sweet Water Bulldogs continued their torrid pace this past Friday, September 26 when they completely dismantled the J. F. Shields Panthers 78 - 0 in a regional game for both teams. More...

Tiger JV downs Jackson 14-13

The Thomasville High School Junior Varsity football team moved to 2 - 0 on the 2008 season when they defeated the Jackson High School Junior Varsity squad 14 - 13 in their game this past Monday, September 22. The game played at John D. More...

Diamond Club to meet Oct. 7

The Thomasville Diamond Club will meet Tuesday, Oct. 7 at 6 p.m. in the TMS cafeteria. More...

Lady Tigers improve to 10-5

The Thomasville High School Lady Tiger volleyball team lost their first match this past week and then won their second one to break even. With the split the Lady Tigers moved their season record to 10 - 5. More...