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December 11, 2008 RSS feed / Sports

Lady Tigers open with win

The Thomasville High School Lady Tigers opened the 2008 season with a 63 - 44 road victory over the Lady Tigers from Choctaw County this past Tuesday, December 2. More...

Sims' buck

Tristan Sims killed this 9-point, 170-pound buck Saturday morning, Dec. 6, while hunting with his dad. Tristan is the son of Kevin and Lisa Sims of Thomasville. More...

Irons' first buck

Heather Irons landed her first buck on Nov. 29, while hunting with her dad in Mississippi. The buck was an 8- point with a 17-3/4-inch spread and weighed 218 pounds. Heather is 11 years old and in the fifth grade at Thomasville Middle School. More...

Thomasville city league soccer teams

Constrictors Roy Green's 13 and up soccer team Constrictors is pictured above. More...

Moseley wins 2A back of year from sports writers

When Leroy quarterback Clint Moseley walked off the Legion Field turf on Saturday morning after the Class 2A championship, not only did he have three straight titles. More...

Tim Tebow and the Bronk

Taking Names and Keeping Score

For weeks, months and most likely the past three years sports writers and commentators have joined college football fans all across the country in amazement at the feats being accomplished by University of Florida quarterback Tim Tebow. More...

Champion deer

The Champion family with their deer. The deer was a 8-pt and weighed in at 180 lbs. Pictured is Jeff Champion, Lydia, Hannah and Cy. Jennifer Champion made the photo. More...

Coopwood's first buck

Seven-year-old Parker Coopwood shot his first buck Saturday afternoon while hunting with his dad, Mark Coopwood, in Nanafalia. The buck was a 10-point and weighed 210 pounds. Parker is in the second grade at Thomasville Elementary School. More...

Jimmie Johnson a top driver

Nothing offers greater testimony to Jimmie Johnson's virtuosity than his performance in relation to others more celebrated than he. More...


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