Hayden playoff hopes dashed



The Mortimer Jordan Blue Devils used an opportunistic defense and a balanced offense to shoot down the playoff hopes of visiting Hayden in a 35- 14 victory last Friday night. Mortimer Jordan got on the board late in the first quarter on a 10-yard run by Marquis Dobbs. On the ensuing possession, Hayden looked to answer when disaster struck. Cameron […]

Yellow Jackets shut down Bulldogs



With the No. 2 spot in 3A Region 6 on the line, the Glencoe defense proved to be the difference. The visiting Yellow Jackets limited Susan Moore to just 168 yards of total offense in a 27- 14 victory that left the Bulldogs as the No. 3 seed in the region. Glencoe dominated the game early and set the tone […]

Tiger second half upends Hornets



The Locust Fork Hornets led the Springville Tigers 7-0 at the half but the home team scored 35 unanswered points over the final two quarters to take a 35-7 victory. The Hornets used a little trickery to score their touchdown. Facing fourth down near midfield, Chris Davis took a fake punt 48 yards for the touchdown to give the visitors […]

ENJOY FOOTBALL; HONOR SURVIVORS



The night of the Oneonta/Susan Moore football game Friday, Oct. 29, will be a special one for all who fight against breast cancer. The two teams will honor breast cancer survivors by making them “honorary” team captains at the game, to be held at Oneonta’s Gilbreath Stadium. Pink balloons, which can be purchased for $1 each, will be released in […]

CARD SHARKS



Dennis Lindsay of Snead and Gary McGill of Susan Moore proudly display trophies they won earlier this month at the Masters Games of Alabama. Lindsay and McGill were the defending champions of the Rook tournament, which is part of the Masters Games which were held this year in Trussville. The two were champions of the 60- to 69-year-old bracket and […]

SPORTSBRIEFS



ONEONTA YOUTH BASKETBALL REGISTRATION will continue through Oct. 29. Players may register at the Oneonta Rec Center, Monday – Thursday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. For more information, phone 625- 3534. APPALACHIAN BOYS YOUTH BASKETBALL REGISTRATION for grades 2 through 6 will be accepted through the month of October. For more information, phone 625-3910.

2010-10-27 E-Edition


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