It was a week of mixed results this week as the Bulldog soccer team picked up their first win of the season but lost their first region game as well.
Both games came against Social Circle, with the Bulldogs on the road last Tuesday to take on the Redskins. With leading scorer Tyler Thomas out of the lineup with a thigh injury, Head Coach Tom Duff had to make some adjustments and moved Rodrick Brown from his fullback position up to the front line. Brown’s speed aided him in scor
Once the clouds parted, the Lady Dogs continued to assert themselves this week, posting a solid victory over AAA opponent Hart County on Monday after weather had forced the cancellation of two games last week.
Strong defense, led by stopper Claudia Lopez and sweeper Amanda Ghann, established a base on which the Lady Dogs could succeed. Freshman goalkeeper Tiffany Collier did her part by helping maintain a shutout for the team. A solid defensive foundation from Morgan County allowed the offens
With a state AA title and a 48—3 record, it comes as no surprise to Head Coach Tim Stoudenmire that Mat Dog Dusty Sidwell was selected to be a member of Team Georgia.
"Dusty is a real good kid and a great wrestler," Stoudenmire said. "This is a testament of what kids can develop in to coming through this program.
"Five years ago, he never wrestled before. Now, he has the honor of representing his state and this will be a good opportunity for him to gain ex
GAINESVILLE – The Net Dogs found success but no championship as they took part in the prestigious P.J. Holcomb tournament this past weekend.
Having played in only one match since March 11 due to the weather, it was no surprise the weather played a factor in the tournament. Excessive rain caused the three—day tournament reduced to two days, putting the 16 teams into a single set elimination tournament for the preliminary rounds.
Both teams posted impressive wins in the first
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Madison was filled with 350 students from all over North Georgia this past weekend, as Madison Baptist Church hosted March Madness, an annual event sponsored by the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.
"I put 94 miles on my car on Saturday traveling to all the work sites," said Doug Atkins, Minister of Youth and Activities at Madison Baptist Church. "I told my wife I felt like Santa Claus."
Atkins was in charge of assigning the work teams—made up of 20 to 40 kids—to houses n
American Legion, Calvin George, Post 37, is seeking names and addresses of members of our community serving in the armed forces. A list will be compiled of their names and addresses so that citizens can send letters and packages to them.
Contact Jim NeSmith at 342-2177 with names and addresses.
Also, if you have a family member serving, contact NeSmith to receive a banner to hang in your window.
Below is a list of items that can be sent to troops in care packages. NeSmith encourages peopl