September 23, 2009 RSS feed / School & Sports

MCHS FFA NEWS

First things first, I would like to congratulate Colt Calhoun for taking home $30 and the first place spot in our local tractor driving contest. Second place, winning $20, was Trey Perryman, and third, winning $10, was Cody Miller. More...

MCHS JV loses to Bobcats

The Junior Varsity Early Bobcats came to Pirate Stadium to face the Junior Varsity Pirates in a more defensive game than offensive game. More...

MCMS Pirates lose to Seminole Indians

The Miller County Middle School Pirates took to the football field against the Seminole Indians Thursday afternoon. Miller received the opening kickoff. Miller and Seminole switched possession of the ball. More...

Lady Pirates win one, lose one

The Lady Pirates traveled over to Bainbridge last Monday and squared off against the Lady Bearcats and came up with a loss, but on Thursday, our Lady Pirates hosted Randolph-Clay at home and won with the final score of 8-6. More...

News from Crooked Oak Golf Course

September dogfights start at 5:00 p.m. The last dogfight of the season will be this Thursday, September 24. Sign up today for the Pataula Center for Children two person scramble. The tournament will be held October 1 at 1:00. More...

Early County wins big over Southern Elite

Southern Elite Youth Football had its first game in Colquitt this past Saturday against Early County. Early Gold was ready to play, and this is just what they did. All three of Miller's teams lost to Early Gold. More...

Miller County HOSA begins a new year

HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) has begun its third year at Miller County High School. HOSA membership has risen faster than ever due to the increasing need for students in health occupation fields. More...

Miller County Pre-K News

The 2009-2010 Miller County Pre-K opened its doors on August 24 with a lot of energy and excitement with the Pre-K theme being "All about Me." The teachers, along with their paraprofessionals, have enjoyed the first three weeks getting to know eac More...

Dixie Rage wins first tournament

Saturday, September 19, Donalsonville Recreation Department hosted a softball tournament for girls 12U and 14U. The newly formed travel team based in Colquitt called the "Dixie Rage" came in first place in the 12U division. More...

Backroads and Bobtails

CHIGGER WOES

I have a chigger bite on my foot. Just one. I have not been attacked in force. Thus, one might say, I should be grateful for small favors. Sorry. Not me. More...

BC Admissions Director Connie Snyder earns statewide award

College Receives Additional Honor

Connie Snyder, who serves as Bainbridge College admissions and records director, has received the Silver 2009 Chancellor's Customer Service Award for an individual. She was honored by Chancellor Erroll B. More...

Farm Tractor Accidents and Tractor Roll-overs

Proper design of equipment can help prevent many farm tractor injuries by protecting operators if they make a mistake. More...

Warriors run over Brookwood

Last Friday the SGA Warriors traveled to Thomasville to take on the Brookwood Warriors. SGA had another impressive night on the ground with 390 yards, most of which came from Senior RB Nile Knapp. More...