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Marlins player personnel VP

By Staff
to be at Neal baseball camp
Florida Marlins vice-president of player personnel, Dan Jennings, will be a special guest instructor at W.S. Neal High School's Baseball Clinic.
The clinic will be held January 22 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Blue Eagle Field. It is open to players of any school district age eight to 16. Cost to attend is $30.
Participants will be given instruction on hitting, fielding and pitching.
To register or for more information, contact Coy Campbell, Chuck Phillips or Chuck Riddle at W.S. Neal Middle School at 867-5035.
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The 14th annual Wild Game Supper will be held at the First Baptist Church in Brewton on February 5 at 6:30 p.m. A meal will be served at 5:30 p.m.
Special guest will be Steadman Shealy, a quarterback on Alabama's national championship teams of 1978 and 1979. Shealy is currently an attorney in Dothan.
Two items associated with the event are a best wild game dish and a big buck contest.
Entries for the best wild game dish should be brought to the church by 4 p.m. on February 5. Prizes will be given for the best wild game dish.
Prizes will also be awarded for the biggest buck killed with a bow and a gun. Entries much be received by February 2. The deer must have been killed within the state of Alabama in the last three years. All mounts should be brought to the church by 3 p.m. on February 5.
No previous winners are eligible. Tickets cost $3.
Five members of the T.R. Miller Tigers and four W.S. Neal Blue Eagles have received Honorable Mention on the Mobile Register's All-Region Football Team.
T.R. Miller's selections included linemen Michael Mashburn and Tyler Chapman, quarterback Jordan Cauley, wide receiver Jacob Salter and linebacker Tyler Shehan.
W.S. Neal was represented by tight end/defensive end Cory Freeman, fullback/linebacker Jake Bailey, running back/defensive back Mario Daniel and lineman Jared Cooper.
In its first 12 games (not counting their forfeit win over Keesler Air Force Base), the Jefferson Davis Community College Warhawks basketball team has been outscored at the free throw line 10 times.
JDCC and its opponent were even in one game at the line and the Warhawks had a scoring edge in one game.
After Tuesday's 52-48 loss to Faulkner State, the Warhawks had been outscored at the free throw line for the season 198-135.
JDCC's opponents have gone to the free throw line 326 times as compared to just 212 for the Warhawks.