The Bullpups golf team came out strong last Tuesday at Hard Labor Creek, posting a convincing victory over Oak Hills Middle School in their first match of the season.
The team was unexpectedly led by Wesley Alsbrooks and Justin Denham, who turned in scorecards of 28 and 29, respectively, for the six-hole match, which was truncated due to time. After two double bogeys and a bogey to start off the match, Alsbrooks shot par on the next three holes for the team’s lowest score. Denha
After the tough loss last week on the road against Hart County, the Net Pups were hoping to rebound in their region opener this week against first—year newcomer Social Circle.
It turned out that the young Redskins were the right tonic for the ailing Pups.
The boys’ started things off with a win already secured as Social Circle forfeited the No. 3 and both doubles matches due to a lack of players. Things didn’t improve much for the Redskins as No. 1 Dima Yevseyev and No. 2 Al
ELBERTON – The Morgan County High School woes continued this week as the first win of the season still eludes the Diamond Dogs.
The Dogs started things off well in the top of the first inning as a RBI base hit by Matt Riden knocked in teammate Chace Crowley for the first run of the game. The Diamond Dogs added another run before the inning ended and held a 2—0 lead until the bottom of the third.
In the bottom of the third, Elbert County got on the scoreboard on an unearned r
It was a triumphant meet for both the Pup track and field teams as they participated in the second meet of the season.
After coming up just two points shy in their first meet of the season, the Lady Pup track and field team won their first meet of the season and the first win for Head Coach Julie Jameson during her three-years as coach.
"It was just phenomenal," Jameson said. "I could not be any more proud of the effort put forth by these girls. They showed ho
By Michael Naples
The Morgan County High School Girls’ Track and Field team emerged victoriously from DuPree Track last Thursday in an exciting meet that was not decided until the final event. The Lady Dogs won with 70 points to 67 for Greene County, 45 for Monticello, and 44 for Putnam County.
Head Coach Melissa Morris, while pleased with the overall performance of her team, was quite complimentary of her competition in the region. "Our girls did quite well, especi
It was yet another tough game for the Bulldog boys’ soccer team as they came up short in a 2—1 loss to GMC this week.
The Bulldogs did everything they could offensively but score in the game as things started off quickly for Morgan County (0—3). A pass from the Morgan County midfield through the heart of the GMC defense found a streaking Tyler Thomas who broke free for a one—on—one against the goalkeeper. But, indicative of the unlucky Bulldog attack, the keeper came up with t