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July 22, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

Taking Names Keeping Score

Mr. Clutch

Just the other day I was reading the sports section in one of the state’s better daily newspapers and noticed that there was a prominent spot on the first page where a countdown to the 2010 football season was being displayed. More...

Montgomery Southern Majors Champion

Within thirty minutes of the time the Pre-Majors Alabama South State Champion was being crowned this past Sunday, July 18, at Tucker Field, the District 5 Dixie Majors Champion Montgomery Southern team was claiming the same title in the Majors Divis More...

Girls lose first two

Thomasville’s 11 & 12 year old Dixie Ponytails All- Star Softball team saw their run at a State Tournament title come to an end quickly with losses in their first two games of the Tournament. More...

McIntyre makes all-star

Ciara McIntyre was selected as an Alabama Independent School Association All-Star Cheerleader. Ciara will represent Marengo Academy as a cheerleader at the All-Star football and basketball games. More...

Thomasville Pre-Majors & Majors eliminated in two games

The hopes and dreams of a state crown and a birth in the 2010 Dixie World Series came to an early halt for both the Thomasville Pre- Majors and the Thomasville Majors team this past weekend. More...

11 & 12’s moving on to State

The Thomasville 11 & 12 year old Dixie Major All- Star team won three of the four games they played in the Sub-State Tournament in Montgomery this past weekend, qualifying them for one of the three remaining spots in the State Tournament coming up i More...

Auburn Claims Pre-Majors Crown

When the Dixie Pre- Majors Alabama South State Tournament was completed here in Thomasville this past Sunday, July 18, it was the District 5 Champion Auburn squad that laid claim to the championship crown. More...


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