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December 25, 2019 aRépbrter Monroe County residents excel for region champion Rock Springs football squad On Dec. 9, Rock Springs Christian Academy Eagles football players and cheerleaders celebrated their undefeated regu- lar season with their annual awards ceremony recognizing the accomplishments of the 2019 season making to the playoff semifinal. The Varsity Eagles were GAPPS Region Champs for the second year in a row. Eight varsity Eagle football play- ers were chosen as All-Region players, as voted on by coaches within their region, with three of those same players also being named All-State players by coaches in their association. Monroe County residents sophomore Ahmad Davis (far left) and iunior RayDarious Shannon (far right) were named 2019 All-Region players while sophomore Kyle Pierson (cen- ter) was awarded a Defensive Player of the Game medal. Rock Springs' football coaching staff includes: Monroe county residents Steve Chafin (head coach athletic director) and Keith Harbuck (assistant coach) and former Mary Persons assistant Clint Ashmore (assistant coach). (Photos/RSCA TD Booster Club) MONROE COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL 2019-20 WRESTLING TEAM: Pictured from left to right on the front row: Da- vis Lance, Alex Cleveland, Carn Davis, Hunter Long and_Vincent Crumbley. Pictured from left to right on the middle row: Ava Hill, Ethan Sellers, Auden Berry, Colby Hubbard, Eason Farmer and Amelia Jones. Pictured from left to right on the back row: Cheyanne Ward, Lucas Wells, Joc Owens, Van Tane, Dezavian Scandrett, Darius Carter, Cooper Horton and Tyler Lassiter. Not pictured: coach Douglas Fletcher. (Photo/Richard Dumas) LADY DOGS Continued from 1 C riod, finishing the first half on a 15-0 run, capped by a Iakia Little three-pointer, to give Northeast a 29-11 halftime advantage. The Lady Raiders would eventually go up by 26 at 45- 19 through three quarters as Little scored 10 points in the third period en route to a 32-point win. Little led all scorers with 21 points. She was joined in double figures by teammate Tracy Moore, who scored 11, including a trio of three- pointers. Gaines and Wilson were MP’s top scorers with eight points each. Also, the IV Lady Dogs fell 25—20 at home to Northeast (Macon) on Tuesday despite banking in a pair of three- pointers ofi’ the backboard to end the game. Meanwhile, the Monroe County Middle School girls squad lost an overtime heartbreaker 35-33 at home on Wednesday to Fort Val- ley Middle to fall to 5-2 on the season. The C—Team Lady Dogs had a 30-26 lead with 4.5 seconds left before an ill- timed technical foul and a buzzer-beater 25-foot three pointer squared the game at 30—all. Fort Valley then broke a 31-31 tie with 52 seconds left in the extra pe— riod on a three-pointer and went on to win by two. One day earlier, on Tuesday, Dec. 17, Monroe County Middle School topped Gray Station Middle 27- 1 9. The C-Team Lady Dogs opened the season with a 19- 11 road win over Fort Valley Middle on Nov. 19. Monroe County then fell 36-28 in its home opener to Byron Middle on Nov. 21 before regrouping with a narrow 31 ~30 road victory at Henderson on Dec. 5. The C-Team Lady Dogs then dominated Pike County THANK YOU for a great 2019! We look forward to serving you again in 2020! El Tejado Mexican Restaurant 310 CABINESS RD. - FORSYTH, GA 31029 - 478-994-1425 Family Owned Operated Open 7Days a Week 38-20 on the road on Dec. games with a 27- 12 home 10 before extending their victory over Clifton Ridge winning streak to three on Dec. 12. CLICK CREEK MARKET mt in it iii.~ii.m\v~s on " ’ to" STEDRE. 1 HIHFALLSROAD ions WE PRK) 3.105 M We look forward to serving you again in 2020! Be sure to try our fresh soup & sandwiches to go! 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