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March 31, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

Tiger baseball team picks up two key wins

The Thomasville High School varsity baseball team got off on the right foot in Area play this past week picking up two key wins over Hillcrest of Evergreen on back to back days. More...

Golf tournament to tee off

There will be a two-man scramble golf tournament, which will consist of 18 holes Saturday, April 2 at Pineview Country Club in Thomasville. Tee time is at 9 a.m. The cost is $30 a person or $60 a team. Lunch will served after tournament. More...

TMS season ends

The Thomasville Middle School Tiger baseball team saw their 2011 season end on a sour note this past Thursday, March 24, when the Wilson Hall Middle School Bulldogs got a measure of revenge on the Tigers capturing both ends of their double header pla More...

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Drinkard breaks strikeout record

This past Monday, March 21, sophomore Tiffany Drinkard set a school record when she struck out 16 batters in the Thomasville High School Lady Tiger varsity softball team’s 1 – 0 area win over the Lady Blue Eagles from W. S. More...

Setting the record

A s you will see in a separate picture in this week’s sport section, Thomasville senior Billy Ruck signed a letter of intent this week to continue his education and play football next year at the University of West Alabama. More...

TMS routs W.S. Neal

Playing at home on Monday, March 21, the TMS Lady Tigers pounded out 11 hits on their way to a 16 – 1 rout of the W. S. Neal Middle School Lady Blue Eagles. More...

Softball tourney next week

There will be a softball tournament Saturday and Sunday, April 9-10 at McFadden Park in Thomasville starting at 11 a.m. The men’s division will have a $125 entry fee per team. More...

Ruck signs with UWA

THS senior lineman Billy Ruck signed a scholarship to the University of West Alabama. Sitting with Ruck is Rusty Luker Tracy Luker. More...


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