Cheerleading


Jones County makes powerful statement in playoff opener

Article and photos courtesy of the Macon Telegraph --> Original Article Here Moments after Jones County’s defense had registered its second safety of the night, Norfolk Southern’s train powered down the railroad tracks just behind the visiting side of the stands on Friday in Gray, eliciting a cheer from the Jones fans. Visiting ... More

Region cheer champs

Article & photos courtesy of The Citizen --> Original Article Here Ola High School hosted the Region 3-AAAAA cheerleading championship last weekend and McIntosh took first place, with Whitewater second and Starr’s Mill third. The McIntosh squad is pictured above. Photo/Submitted. Region cheer champs added by Monroe Roark on ... More

Drew 27, Jonesboro 19

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here Needing a win to get in, Drew showed the grit of a postseason-bound squad by erasing a 16-0 deficit to secure a 27-19 come-from-behind victory against Jonesboro at Southern Crescent Stadium. As a result, the Titans clinched the No. 4 seed from ... More

Cheer team wraps up perfect season

Article & photos courtesy of The Citizen --> Original Article Here The McIntosh High School junior varsity coed competition cheerleading team brought home a first-place trophy from last weekend’s meet at Peachtree Ridge High School and completed an undefeated season. McIntosh’s varsity squad came in second at the same event ... More

Uniforms find new home

Article & photos courtesy of The Citizen --> Original Article Here With the support of McIntosh High School cheerleading sponsors, parents, and many in the community who have participated in cheer fundraisers, the MHS Cheer Booster Club was able to buy this year’s football sideline cheerleaders new uniforms. MHS boosters ... More

Sandy Creek 23, Allatoona 17

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here For the second straight year, the cross-metro duel between Sandy Creek and Allatoona came down to the final minute. Though it wasn’t pretty, for the second straight year, Sandy Creek prevailed, getting 153 rushing yards and two touchdowns ... More

Girl not allowed to play football, prompts debate at private schools

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here Megan Garth, an all-area soccer player at Prince Avenue Christian School in Bogart, discovered things she didn’t know about football this summer. The first was that she’s a pretty good field-goal kicker. With some help from Prince Avenue ... More

Guest editorial: Let’s learn important life lessons while supporting high school athletics

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here By Bob Gardner, Executive Director of the National Federation of State High School Associations and Dr. Robin Hines, Executive Director of the Georgia High School Association Football season. It’s here. (David Barnes/AJC) Tailgates. Pep ... More

McIntosh dance, cheer camps set

Article & photos courtesy of The Citizen --> Original Article Here The 2017 McIntosh Chiefettes Summer Mini Dance Camp and Mini Cheer Camp are scheduled for July 24-27 in the McIntosh High gym for pre-K through eighth grade. The Mini Dance Camp is 9 a.m.-noon and open to students who are interested in jazz, ballet and hip hop. The ... More

Middle Georgians honored by Positive Athlete group

Article and photos courtesy of the Macon Telegraph --> Original Article Here Two Middle Georgia athletes made the statewide list of the most positive high school athletes in the state, according to the Positive Athlete organization. Softball player Karsen Ochs of FPD and boys basketball player Aaron Geter III of Wilkinson County ... More