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February 18, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

Smith’s first

Matthew Smith, 10 years old, of Thomasville killed his first deer Saturday, Jan. 30, 2010, while hunting with his dad at his Uncle Wyatt’s deer patch in Washington County. More...

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Smith's 10-point

This 200-pound, 10-point buck was killed at 8:30 a.m., Dec. 28, on family property by Kathy Smith of Thomasville. More...

Jordan Dozier's first

Jordan Dozier killed his first deer while hunting with his Uncle Frank Dozier on youth weekend. It was a spike and weighed about 90 pounds. More...

Tigers elude Jackson’s grasp

After winning two games in the 4A Area 3 Tournament played in Andalusia, the Thomasville Tiger varsity basketball team earned the right to host the runner-up from the 4A Area 1 tournament in a one-game showdown for a chance to advance to the South R More...

Lady Tigers drive past UMS-Wright

After finishing second in the 4A Area 3 Tournament, which they hosted on their home floor, the Thomasville High School Lady Tigers had the unenviable task of traveling to Mobile on Thursday, February 11, and playing the UMSWright Lady Bulldogs for a More...

Thomasville varsity baseball schedule

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Robinson's first

Nine-year-old Jake Robinson, killed his first deer on Jan. 26, 2010, while hunting with his dad in Thomasville. Jake is the son of Frank and Magan Robinson of Thomasville. More...

Slater Dozier's first

Slater Dozier killed his first deer during the last few minutes of hunting season while hunting with his dad, Billy Dozier. It was a spike and weighed about 120 pounds. More...


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