November 3, 2005 RSS feed / Sports

Halftime wake-up saves Tigers in amazing comeback

The Washington-Wilkes Tigers didn More...

RANDOM OBSERVATIONS ON COLLEGE FOOTBALL

The Florida Gators held on to defeat Georgia last Saturday despite a good performance by back-up Georgia quarterback Tereshinski. No doubt the Dawgs missed D.J. Shockley, but Tereshinski actually managed the offense pretty well. More...

Young anglers fishing tournament hosted by Raysville Bassmasters

On Saturday, October 22, the Raysville Bassmasters, a local bass fishing club with members from Wilkes, Lincoln, and McDuffie counties, hosted their annual youth fishing tournament at Elijah Clark State Park. More...

Tiger boys, Gorsuch dominate region; state meet is coming up this weekend

The W-W Tiger Cross-Country boys team and senior Nick Gorsuch ran to consecutive team and individual victories in the Region 7-A Championships held October 20 at A.H. Stephens State Park near Crawfordville. It was the team More...

SOUTHERN FRIED FOOTBALL

There are only two undefeated Dixie elevens now after Florida beat the Georgia Dawgs last week. Will Virginia Tech and Alabama continue their unbeaten streaks this week? No man knows, but let More...

Rotary Club sets golf tournament Friday, Nov. 25

The Washington Rotary Club will host a Thanksgiving Golf Tournament Friday, November 25, More...

Wildlife Action sets turkey shoot Nov. 19 to include muzzleloaders

The Fishing Creek Chapter of Wildlife Action held its October meeting and covered dish supper on Saturday, October 15, with approximately 15 adults and 10 children attending. More...