Next Up The MCHS Dogs play arch-rival the Greene County Tigers this Friday, Sept. 6 at Bill Corry Stadium, 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $7 at the door. By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer “It’s a one-week season,” says MCHS football Head Coach Bill Malone, who pauses to see if he
By Nick Nunn It has been pointed out more than once that naming a holiday, which most people use as an excuse to get out on their boats or backyards to enjoy the heat of the quickly cooling summer, “Labor Day” is more than a little ironic.
By Leila Dycus, Intern The varsity and junior varsity Spike Dogs got to play side by side this week, hosting Jackson County and Putnam. “This was a tough one because we didn’t have a lot of action that we’re used to, but you’ve got to learn somehow.
By Alvin Richardson Sometimes I just need to soothe my frayed nerves. I normally can accomplish this by pretending to be a fishing guide (for no pay) or playing a little golf with my buddies (for money). When these two activities don’t work I always have my
By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer The Morgan County Middle School (MCMS) Bulldogs shut out Greene County’s Carson Middle School Tigers 20-0 during Greene’s Football Jamboree last Saturday, Aug. 24. The Tigers won the coin toss before the game but deferred to Morgan County, who decided to receive
By Nick Nunn Jason Heyward getting hit in the head with a 90-mph fastball, breaking his jaw in two places, serves as a real reminder that sports in general, but major-league sports in particular, are a dangerous way to make one’s living. Whether it is getting hit
By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer The Morgan County High School cross country team competed in the Ninth Annual Northeast Georgia (NEGA) Championships on Sat., August 24, at Athens Christian School. Dalton Shaw led the boys’ team in the boys’ Championship 5k with a time of 18:42.23, taking
By Leila Dycus, Intern The Morgan County High School JV volleyball Spike Dogs are doing a lot of learning on the court, participating in a play day at Athens Academy last week. “We started off against North Oconee, we ended that game 25-27, so we almost
By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer The Morgan County High School Lady Dogs beat region opponents Oconee County 9-4 and Elbert County 12-1 but lost to Franklin County 0-6, which brought their region record for the year to 2-2. The Lady Dogs also beat AAAAA powerhouse Greenbriar
By Leila Dycus, Intern Home games tend to bring out the best in teams, and that was the case for the Morgan County High School varsity volleyball team this week. “I feel like tonight we won all of our games, all of our matches, and we put