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" -'V ~w -~" "v -- ,r w .... Community Section - Page 4 Thursday, October 30, 2014 Marengo High School 2014 Homecoming, Johnson, Miss Basketball; Danaea Miller, pictured are: Nykema Packer, Miss 10th Miss 6th grade; Reneisha Mclntosh, Miss grade; Shaterrius Jones, Miss 7th grade; 10th grade; Marquishia Pritchett, Miss 12th Nakalia Dixon, Miss Varsity; Tobrasia grade. Marengo High School 2014 Homecoming Treadwell, Miss Junior High; Quadajia Court and Miss Marengo, pictured are: Lewis, Miss Homecoming 2014; Tatayanna Erica Hayes, first attendant to Miss Kennedy, Miss Marengo 2014; KeDonidra Homecoming; Kahlisha Pritchett, second Jones, Miss Sophomore Maid; DaVonyae attendant to Miss Homecoming; Emily Miller, Miss FreshmanMaid Marengo High School 2014 Elementary Princess; Jordan Moore, Little Elementary Homecoming Court: Tykeisha Shamburger, Prince; Zanya Allen, first attendant to Little first attendant to Miss Elementary Princess; Elementary Princess; Alicia Doziel, second Quanesha Bruno, Miss Elementary attendant to Little Elementary Princess. Demopolis ends region season with 41-18 win over Dallas County by Jim DeWitt first quarter, Ezell found Ryan touchdowns. Calvin Starks Jr. Demopolis (8-1, 7-0) Schroeder with a 17-yard scored on a 2-yard run and, jumped to a big lead and went touchdown pass. Overstreet's moments later, quarterback on to defeat Dallas County (2- PAT made it 24-0 at the end of Hunter Skinner threw a 5-yard 7, 2-5) 41-18 Friday, Oct. 24. the period, touchdown pass to Paul Tyler Overstreet opened Less than two minutes into Daniels, cutting the Tiger lead the scoring for Demopolis thee second quarter, Lynch to 34-12 with a 27-yard field goal early ripped off a 55-yard touch- Demopolis respcndcd with the first quarter for a 3-0 lead. down run and Overstreet's a 1-yard touchdown by Drew Moments later, Rashad PAT increased the lead to 31- Jones to lead 41-12 at the end Lynch from 5-yards out and 0. of the third quarter. Overstreet's PAT gave the In the closing minutes of Dallas County closed out Tigers a 10-0 lead. the period, Overstreet con- the scoring in thee fourth Later in the period, nected on a 26-yard field goal quarter on Willie Lofton's 8- Jamarcus Ezell hit Wilto five the Tigers a 34-0 at the yard reception from Lane Stephens with a 7-yard scor- half. Wallace. ing pass and Overstreet's PAT Dallas County had a brief Demopolis hosts Hillcrest- built the lead to 17-0. offensive spurt in the third Tuscaloosa Thursday, Oct 30, Just before the end of the ' quarter, scoring to quick to close out the regular season. The Birmingham Children's Theatre will perform "The Wizard of Oz" on Thursday, Oct. 30, at 1 p.m. in Bibb Graves Auditorium on the University of West Alabama campus. Paul Weatherly (#8) carries th ball for Sweet Water moves in to help. Photo by Michael Lockett Friday night, as Keldric Greene (#1) ine I by Jim DeWitt Jalen Bell closed out the Linden's Patriots (5-3, 5-1) Linden first-half scoring, closed out their region sched- recovering a Tiger fumble in ule Thursday, Oct. 23, with a thee end zone. The PAT fa~led 52-12 win over Sunshine (2- and Linden led 34-6 at thee 5). break. Linden wasted little time in McQuiston opened taking a lead over the Tigers. Linden's scoring in thee third Prentiss McCuiston scored on quarter with a 35-yard run. a 20-'yard run on the Patriots' Less than a minute later, opening possession. Scruggs scored for Linden on Later in the first quarter, a 42-yard run and Henry Lee Keishaun Scott scored on an put the finishing touch on a ll-yard touchdown run for a Patriot win with a 33-yard 14-0 advantage, touchdown run. Eddie Fikes Jr. answered Scruggs had a game- for Sunshine returning the highl08 yards on eight car ensuing kickoff 76 yards for a ries, including two touch- touchdown. The PAT failed downs. and the Tigers trailed 14-6. Linden rushed the ball for Early in the second quarter, 376 yards and compiled 395 Cordarius Scruggs scored on a yards of total offense. 30-yard run and D.J. The Patriot defense limited Charleston kicked the PAT for the Tigers to 61 yards of total a 21-6 lead. offense. Steve Edwards' followed Linden travels to 5A Dora with a 17-yard touchdown Friday to close out the regular run, Charleston kicked the season. PAT and Linden led 28-6. Longhorns in playoff form with 59-12 win over Abbeville Christian R.J. Rodgers (#3) prepares for a Michael Lockett Sweet Water with 38-12 wi tackle in Friday night's game against Fl0mat0n. Photo by clinches No. 2 seed n over Flomaton by Jim DeWitt ran 87 yards to the Sweet Water 2-yard line. A play later, Sweet Water (7-2, 6-1) spot- Malik Grace scored on a 1- ted Flomaton a 6-0 lead yard run for a 6-0 lead but the Friday, Oct. 24, then came PAY was blocked. roaring back to post a 38-12 Sweet Water promptly win over the Hurricanes and launched a 54-yard scoring clinch the No. 2 seed in Class drive, capped by Xavier 2A, Region 1 and a first round McIntosh's 1-yard run. playoffberth Deshawn Blanks kicked the On its first offensive snap, PAT for a 7-6 lead and Sweet Flomaton's Terrell Flavors Water never trailed again. gathered in a screen pass and Just before the end of the Alabama Southern basketball begins Oct. 31, home opener Nov. 4 Alabama Southern basket- The first home game will be ball tips offFriday, Oct. 31 in Tuesday, Nov. 4 when the Bay Minette as the Eagles will Eagles play host to East take part in the Faulkner State MississippiCommunity Tournament. College. Tip-off for the Lady The Lady Eagles' first offi- Eagles is at 5:30 followed by cial game of the season will the Eagles at 7:30. Admission tip off at 1:00 Friday against is $5 for the general public. Albany Technical College of Current students, faculty and Georgia The Eagles will play staff are admitted free of Albany Technical College at charge. Schedules, updates 3:00. On Saturday, Nov. 1, the and more information about teams will play at the same the players and the teams is time against Delgado available at www.ascc.edu. Community College. and suffered internal bleeding, hemorrhaging, required hospitalization or a loved one died while taking Xarelto between 20i 1 and the present time, you may be entitled to compensation. Hi. H i i Call Attorney Charles H. Johnson 1,800.535,5727 No representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be pIovided is ~reater than the quat~ of lena,! services p,erformed !~,,,other law,,/ers. .eet Thomas E. Jackson You for 20 Yeara Chairs Agriculture and Forestry Comm!ttee (12 years) Worked State and Federal Officials to Fund the Naheola Bridge Provided community grants to support classrooms in our schools Secured Project Grants to Southwest Alabam~ B~y ~ l~ GJrls CJub ~- Expanded the Children's Health insurance Program Provided funding for Meals-On-Wheels Provided fun~ing for Senior Home Weatherhation improved water and sewage through Community Devegopment Block Grants Helped increase Funding to Life Tech Program SAVED JOBS ~" Democratic aucus Vice Chairman 12 years Fighting for Education and Educators Fighting for expansion of Medicaid for the cR|zens wRhout Health Cared Work With local Govemmentsand Agencies to brings jobs into the area Church, Thomasville -Community Servant and Activist EXPERIENCE + ACTION = RESULTS first quarter, Blanks booted a 28-yard field goal to give the Dawgs a 10-6 lead. The Sweet Water defense got into the scoring act in the second period when Tyler Echols blocked a Hurricane punt and teammate Jonah Smith picked up the ball and ran in the end zone. Blanks' PAT gave Sweet Water a 17-6 lead. Later in the period, Keldric Greene scored on a 19-yard run and Blanks kicked the PAT to build the lead to 24-6 at the half. Mclntosh scored his second touchdown of the game in the third quarter on a 36-yard run and Blanks' PAT made it 31-6. Sweet Water closed out its scoring in the fourth quarter on a 10-yard run by Jaylin Johnson. Blanks kicked the PAT for a 38-6 advantage. Flavors returned the ensu- ing kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown, but a two-point conversion attempt failed making the final count 38-12. Sweet Water travels to Maplesville Friday to close out the regular season. by Jim DeWitt 27-6. In the closing seconds of Marengo Academy (7-1)the first quarter, Andrew flexed its offensive muscles Martin scored on a 44-yard Friday, Oct. 24, and blew past run as MA pulled away. Abbeville Christian (6-4) 59- Early in the second quarter, 12. Hayden Huckabee scored on a The . Longhorns scored 1-yard early and often. Hayden Weldon Aydelott's 1-yard Huckabee got things started, touchdownrun gave the scoring on a 44-yard run. Longhornsa 52-6 lead. Shade Pritchett followed Abbevilleanswered the quickly with an l 1-yard Aydelott score with an 85- touchdown run for a 12-0 yard kickoff return touch- lead. down. Huckabee scored on a 13- Cason Cook closed out the yard run midway of the period scoring in the fourth quarter, and the Horns led 19-0. returning a fumble 20 yards Abbeville Christian for a touchdown. attempted to comeback, The Longhorn defense was answering with a long touch- outstanding, limiting down pass, but Hayden Abbeville Christian to a mere Huckabee came right back to 21 yards rushing. score on a 12-yard run. Tyler Marengo Academy will Barkley hit Landon Houlditch host Jackson Academy Friday with a two-point conversion in its regular season finale. pass and the Horns were up Showroom: 701 Oliver Road, Montgomery WlndowWorldOfMontgomery.com g(estaurant 216 S. Main Street, .Linden Located next door to Sweet Water Bank we have a great menu as well as lunch and dinner buffets that include drinks and desserts. Limited menu available on Sundays but we serve full lunch buf- fet for $10.95. 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