From the Archives

The Southern Democrat, September 22, 1949

From local merchants: Large chenille bedspreads – $4.95Ladies’ good wearing oxfords – $2.95Men’s dress shirts – $2.95GE Wringer washer – $99.95Men’s genuine leather belts – .98cFlat sardines – .10cPaper towels – 16cBeautiful gaberdine suit coats – $19.50 Chrysler will show you things you never dreamed possible! The first safety cushioned dashboard ever designed to protect your children. Windshield wipers electrically […]

Bulldogs win in double OT

Susan Moore traveled to Plainview Friday night with hopes of returning home with a 4-0 record – for the first time in 10 years. They brought home the win, but Bulldog fans came home without fingernails in a tense, nail-biter of a game. Scoreless in the first quarter, Hagen Smith gave Plainview the lead with a 54-yard rushing touchdown and […]

Ohatchee towers over Cleveland

The Panthers traveled to Ohatchee and received their first loss of the season, falling by a final score of 45-6. The Indians ran off with game early scoring 28 unanswered points in the first half. Cleveland’s Andrew Green finally put points on the board in the third quarter when he connected with Daquarrius Phillips for a 41-yard touchdown. Ohatchee’s defense […]

Redskins drop one to Eagles

The Oneonta Redskins may have been somewhat overconfident after last week’s come-from-behind victory. It did not bode well for them against Hokes Bluff. Oneonta dropped the opening kickoff and Hokes Bluff recovered in Redskin territory and so began a night of struggle. Hokes Bluff’s Darrian Meads was unstoppable. The Redskin defense had trouble handling his speed and strength. The first […]

Sports Briefs

ONEONTA YOUTH BASKETBALL Registration is underway for boys, grades K-7 and girls K-6, through Sept. 28 at the Oneonta Rec Center from 3 p.m. until 8 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Bring a copy of the child’s birth certificate and the registration fee of $40. For more information, phone 625-3534. NECTAR MEN’S BASEBALL TEAM will have a reunion of former players […]

Scores and games

This week in high school sports

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Wildcats devour Tigers

J.B. Pennington hoped for another win after a huge 77-8 victory over Hanceville last week. However, Fultondale proved to be too much for the Tigers, handing them their third loss after a final score of 35-6. Defensively, John Williams led the team with nine tackles and two tackles for loss. Luke Cassity had eight tackles and one tackle for loss. […]

Tigers best the Wildcats

The Hayden Wildcats were on the road Friday night at Russellville to take on the Golden Tigers. The Wildcats came away with a 48-13 loss. Russellville built a 41-7 halftime lead. Hayden’s lone touchdown of the first half came on a 43-yard run by Evan Orr, who finished the night with 106 yards, his second consecutive 100-yard game. Hayden added […]