April 30, 2014 RSS feed / School & Sports

Pirates celebrate pink week

During the week of April 7, the Georgia High School Association participates in Pink Week.  This is to honor and re- member those who have been and are affected by cancer. More...

Miller County FFA Named Gold Emblem Chapter

The Miller County FFA Chapter was recently named a Gold Emblem Chapter by the Georgia FFA Association. This is the highest ranking an FFA chapter can receive at the state level and only the top 10% of all chapters are awarded this status. More...

MCHS seniors honored at game

The Miller County High School Administration and faculty are proud to recognize 15 outstanding athletes that have participated in baseball, golf, tennis, and track.  More...

MCHS Golf Team Extends Season

Miller County golfer Cody Cleveland has qualified to go to state tournament as the boys’ team advances to sectionals. On Monday April 21, Miller County High School hosted the GHSA Area 3 Golf Tournament at Crooked Oaks Golf Course. More...

Honors Day to be held at SGA

Southwest Georgia Academy will hold its annual Honors Day assembly on Tuesday, May 6, 2014. The program will begin at 8:30 A.M. in the Joe Bryan Auditorium. Special presentations and scholarships will be announced first. More...

MCS FFA NEWS

The Miller County FFA Chapter is pleased to announce Logan Holt as FFA Member of the Week. Logan is the daughter of Darren Holt and Stephanie McLain. She is a 10th grader at Miller County High School. More...

MCHS Boys’ Tennis Advance to Elite Eight

The Miller County boys’ tennis team continues their perfect season remaining undefeated and continuing on in the playoffs. They now advance to the Elite Eight with their first round win over Hawkinsville HS in the Class A state playoffs.  More...

First turkeys taken

Alan Sheffield of Baker County took these two fine gobblers Wednesday, April 23, at around 9:00 a.m., in Baker County on Phillips Brothers Farm.  The large 20 pound turkey had quadruple (4) beards with one of them 10 inches long. More...