By Bobbie Barnhart
The notion of effort isn't effort until it begins to hurt," philosopher Jose Ortega y Gassett once said, and according to Morgan County High School Cross Country Coach Brandon York, the words workwell to inspire perseverance in his runners.
By Branodn Park
One week following the Oconee County Mid-Summer Classic, the Morgan County Lady Dog fastpitch sofball team hosted their own tounament, the Lady Dog Invitational at Heritage Park.
Several people descended upon Heritage Park to offer support and cheer to their hometown girls.
By Brandon Park
For the second consecutive game, the Morgan County Middle School Bullpups dominated the opposition in route to a one-sided victory.
The Pups defeated the Loganville Middle School Red Devils last Wednesday 27-7 to move their season record to 2-0 on the season.
A quick start by the Pups offense set the tone for the game.
By Brandon Park
On Thursday, September 18, the Morgan County Lady Dogs varsity volleyball team took to the floor of MCHS's new gym against Hart County marking the first region match of the season.
Losing both games by scores of 25-11 and 25-15, Morgan would find itself 0-1 in early region competition.
By Jessica Ketchum
Stomp your feet, grab a seat and make some noise. The show is about to begin.
The Morgan County High School Competition Cheerleaders are taking over Morgan County and hosting the first ever Bulldog Invitational in the new MCHS gym on Saturday, September 27, headed up by Varsity Cheerleading Coach Heather Jenkins.
Baton Twirling is being taught by Candy Byrd; coach of the University of Georgia Majorettes. Classes will meet once per week on Tuesdays in four week sessions. Class times for K-3rd grade is 3:45-4:45, 4th-8th grade 4:45-5:45. First class meets Tuesday September 2 in the Denon Building.
Deadline to register: September 26, 2008