September 28, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Turnovers, penalties plague Tigers, need correction

Just seven shy of 400 yards of total offense, no punts, and 19 first downs and you win the football game – right? Nope, not this time. More...

Tigers of the 1950s will be spotlighted on the field at Lincoln County game

Fred Young will be honored pre-game this Friday night

Several Tiger players from the 1950s left an indelible mark on the Wilkes County community and high school football. Their names are still instantly recognizable to many locals when recalling the Tiger heritage.  More...

BASEBALL’S BEST

First time at the new stadium

“Now, you tell me, if I have a day off during the baseball season, where do you think I will spend it? The ballpark. I still love it, always have, always will.” – Harry Caray, former Chicago Cubs broadcaster. More...

Gonna leave those Devils singin’ the blues

All good Tiger fans are encouraged to wear blue to the W-W Tigers vs. LC Red Devils football game next Friday, September 29. More...

Stay on your side at football games; gates to be locked

W-W Tiger fans are going to find at least one big surprise at Tiger Stadium this Friday at the 2017 season opener. There won’t be any visiting between sides of the field once the game starts.  More...

Notice to Tiger Stadium reserved ticket holders

At Friday night football games, please have your ticket ready when entering the reserved section. More...

2017 W-W TIGER PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

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Lady Tigers post two no-hitters, cruise to wins over region foes

The Washington-Wilkes Lady Tiger softball team notched another pair of region wins last week and they shutout both Lake Oconee Academy and Greene County.  More...

Region 7-B SCHEDULES and SCORES

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Miss Tiger 2017 named

Lykah Mora was chosen as this year’s Miss Tiger and was escorted by her father during haltime ceremonies at last Friday’s homecoming football game. More...

TIGER Notes

The W-W Tiger Club will host Monday night meetings for everyone during the 2017 football season in the W-WCHS cafeteria at 6:30 p.m. each Monday when there is a football game coming up the following Friday.  More...