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October 21, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

TMS falls to Demopolis

The Thomasville Middle School Tiger football team had their chances in Demopolis this past Monday, October 11, but in the end fell to the Demopolis Middle School Tigers 14 – 6. More...

Marengo beats C’ville

Playing at home in “The Swamp” this past Friday, October 15, the Marengo Panthers defeated the Coffeeville Panthers 36 – 20 in a key regional game for both teams. More...

LA Thunder sees success in fall ball

The LA Thunder, a traveling girls’ softball team from the Southwest Alabama area, won four games in the One Day War Invitational Tournament being held in Cottondale October 9, and in the process laid claim to the tournament championship. More...

Sweet Water wins 50-0

The Sweet Water Bulldogs went on the road this past Friday, October 15, and shutout the Fruitdale Pirates 50 – 0 in a region match-up for both teams. With the win the Bulldogs improved to 6 – 2 overall and 6 – 0 in region play. More...

Taking Names and Keeping Score

Jackson sees playing time in Samford

After a weekend off, my personal college football caravan got back in gear this past Saturday, October 16, when I made a trip to Birmingham and my alma mater, Samford University. More...

THS JV wins in Demopolis

The Thomasville High School Junior Varsity football team picked up their fourth win of the season this past Monday, October 11, when they went on the road and defeated the Demopolis High School Junior Varsity 17 – 6. More...

Clarke County cruises to homecoming win

The Clarke County High School Bulldogs jumped out to a first half lead and then cruised to a 41-20 Homecoming win over the Excel Panthers this past Friday night at H.G. Prim Stadium. More...

CPS downs Fort Dale 36-28

The fifth ranked Clarke Prep Gators flexed their muscles this past week as they went on the road and beat the fourth ranked Fort Dale Eagles 36-28 to run their record to 7-1 on the season. More...


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