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November 22, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Panthers stun unbeaten Georgiana

GEORGIANA - The Marengo High School Panthers football team forced its second shutout in-a-row in the Class 1A state playoffs.  Marengo defeated the Georgiana High School Panthers 18-0 Friday night in the second round of the playoffs at Harmon Fi More...

Hamilton gets softball deal to Shelton State

A scholarship signing ceremony was held Nov. 14 in the Thomasville High School Library Media Center.  Senior Jill Hamilton has earned a scholarship to play softball with the Shelton State Community College Lady Bucs in Tuscaloosa.  More...

Oliver headlines HOF benefit dinner

Former Alabama player and coach Bill Oliver will be the guest speaker at the Thomasville Hall of Fame benefit dinner on Nov. More...

Clarke County downs Wicksburg

For the first time in 75 years, there will be a football game played on the field at Clarke County High School on the Friday following Thanksgiving. More...

THS wrestling returns for 17-18 season

The Thomasville High School wrestling program will begin its second season Nov. 28 with a match at Northridge High School in Tuscaloosa.  In his return to the THS campus this school year, Brad Elam will serve as Head Wrestling Coach. More...

Sweet Water buries Brantley, Maplesville next

SWEET WATER - Thanks to a 90-yard return for a touchdown on the game’s opening kickoff by Shamar Lewis, the Sweet Water Bulldogs used the quick start to bury Brantley 41-13 in a Class 1A second round playoff game Friday night at Victory Field. More...

TMS Action

R.J. Madison and the Thomasville Middle School boys basketball team lost 44-9 Nov. 16 to Jackson Middle in the Thomasville High School gym. More...

Moore likes competitive Tigers

THS Basketball

The Thomasville High School boys basketball program is in rebuilding mode, but Tigers Head Coach Chris Moore couldn’t be more pleased.  He has lost two starters for the season, junior Quentin Brown and sophomore LaJaylin Horn, due to injur More...

Sparks and Sooners visit the White House

The twice-national championship Oklahoma softball team visited the White House last week to receive congratulations from President Trump. More...