The MCHS Softball Team is holding a tournament April 19 for businesses, organizations, and co-ed softball teams around the Lafayette area.

“I try to teach humility and self control,” says school owner Rickey Jones. However, when you have people who constantly bring honors home, I feel compelled to shout it out.

The Tigerette tennis team began action this week playing at Livingston Academy on Monday, Portland home on Thursday, and at White House on Friday.
Tyson Dyer along with his father, A.J. Dyer went on a juvenile turkey hunt on March 23, 2008 in Macon County. Tyson killed his first turkey weighing 23 lbs., 9” beard, 1” spurs.
The following pictures are the winners (and their times) of the mile run at Macon County Junior High School. 
Several high School athletes were honored at the annual Red Boiling Springs Bulldog Basketball Banquet on Monday, March 10.

The M.C.Y.F.A. held its first annual Madden Playstation Tournament on February 2, 2008. With twenty-five players in three divisions competing for division trophies, the game play was as good as the scores were close. Everybody that competed really seemed to have a great time and is looking forward to the next tournament.

Senior Lindsay Jones scored a game-high 23 points as host Westmoreland rolled to a 56-33 victory over Red Boiling Springs in the opening round of the Girls’ Region 4-A Tournament on Friday, Feb. 22.

We had 3 games this past Thursday night to try to finish up our season. The 1st game was a 6-8 girls game and had Anthony Bullington's team winning over Shawn Carter's team 30-11.  For Anthony, Luci Allen had 12, Taylor Woodard had 6, Tamra Murphy and Reagan White had 4 each and Jade Young and Kyndal Bullington had 2 each.  For Shawn, Mallory Owens had 8, Brooklyn Driver had 2 and Ragen Gregory had 1.

Action resumed this past Saturday after taking a couple of weeks off with 10 great games of basketball being played.  The 1st game was a 6-8 girls’ game and had Glenda Oyster’s team winning over Shawn Carter’s team 26-8.  For Glenda, Makenzie Mercer had 16 points and Grace Malo had 10. For Shawn, Mallory Owens had 3 points, Morgan Carter and Keeley Carter had 2 points each and Jacy Russell had 1.

COOKEVILLE – Macon County found some of the lost swagger it had earlier in the season, using a fourth quarter surge to race by York Institute this past Tuesday night that locked up third place in the District 7-AA tournament with a 55-46 win.