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April 9, 2009 RSS feed / Sports

Varsity and JV softball squads pick up wins against Hillcrest

The Thomasville High School Lady Tiger Varsity and Junior Varsity softball teams both defeated the Lady Jaguars from Hillcrest High School last Monday, March 30. More...

JV suffers its first loss

The Thomasville Tiger Junior Varsity baseball team saw their hopes of a second perfect season come to an end this past Friday, April 3, when they suffered their first loss of the 2009 season. More...

Rotary golf tournament

Local golfers who have charity in their hearts can do just that Saturday, April 25, at the Linden Rotary Club tournament. The charity tournament has lots of door prizes, plaques and winners' prizes. More...

McNider Marine Fishing Tournaments

On April 4, 75 boats competed in a fishing tournament held at Roland Cooper State Park. The top nine winning teams were: First place - Scott Rostas and Kyle Nettles of Jackson. Second place - Mike McMillan and Pat Chambers of Centreville. More...

A sport for the early risers

Taking Names and Keeping Score

As all of you know, the 2009 spring season has been somewhat wet and cold in comparison to some of those in the most recent past. Well, at least that's the case in these parts anyway. More...

Thomasville takes two from Andalusia

The Thomasville High School Varsity baseball team picked up two big area wins this past week when they defeated the Andalusia Bulldogs twice in consecutive days. More...

THS golf team

The Thomasville Tiger golf team (front row, from left): Zach Day, Daniel O'Bryant, Trey McKinley (second row, from left) Coach Ed Brown, Austin Mason, Kyle Tindle, Noel Adkison, Matthew Jacobs, and Austin Green. More...

Sweet Water downs Billingsly

PHOTO BY JOHNNY AUTERY Sweet Water High School defeated the Billingsley Bears in a doubleheader Friday by identical scores of 12-2. In the photo here, short stop Sage Nelson stretches to make a play on the ball. More...

Etheredge's gobbler

Gene Etheredge recently killed this 18-pound turkey that he called a "long ways across the creek." It had 1- inch spurs and a 10-inch beard. More...