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Peach Co. High Football Player Selected for All-American Bowl

Peach Co. High Football Player Selected for All-American Bowl

Peach County High School student and athlete, Demarcus Robinson, was selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, according to a news release.

The U.S. Army All-American Bowl, an all-star league featuring top football players, will announce Robinson's selection in the Peach County High School Auditorium on October 4 at 9 a.m.

The U.S. Army All-American bowl happens in the Texas Alamodome on Saturday, January 5 at noon.

FVSU Students Offered Unique Dining Experience

FVSU Students Offered Unique Dining Experience

 

Two weeks ago, Fort Valley State University management student Travis Brown raced across campus, hoping to catch the late call for dinner. Instead he bumped into some friends and got derailed.

“It was getting late, and they told me they had just come from something called Upscale Wednesday in the Georgia Room. They suggested I check it out,” Brown recalled. “They said since I had a meal plan it would only cost me $5 in Wildcat Cash.”

So Brown headed to the Georgia Room where he was greeted at the door, sat at a well-dressed table and given a menu.

“It was great,” Brown said. “It was really upscale, like one of the better restaurants. The lights were soft and the music was nice. I ordered the rib eye steak with steamed broccoli.”  

The following week Brown was back again. This time he accompanied his friends.  

Crawford Middle Holds 5K to Cure Juvenile Diabetes

Crawford Middle Holds 5K to Cure Juvenile Diabetes

 

--Sponsored by Crawford County Middle School Student Council

Saturday, October 20, 2012 @ 2:30 P.M.

Crawford County Middle School

401 Lowe Road, Roberta, GA  31078

Registration begins at 1:00 P.M. on site

Pre-Register by calling Amy Yaughn @478-836-3181

E-mail:  ayaughn@crawford.k12.ga.us

Make checks payable to CCMS and mail to:  CCMS 401 Lower Road, Roberta, GA  31078

$5.00 per person; $20.00 for a team of $10.  Please order your t-shirt upon registration ($8.00 per shirt)

Crawford County Work to End Losing Streak

Crawford County Work to End Losing Streak

Crawford County and Coach Greg Street are looking to end the streak of 25 straight losses Friday against Strong Rock Christian Academy.

Rosenbaum Named SIAC Player of the Week

Rosenbaum Named SIAC Player of the Week

 

After a solid kicking performance last Saturday (Sept. 15th) against Clark Atlanta University, Fort Valley State University’s Justin Rosenbaum has been selected as the SIAC Special Teams Player of the Week. On six punts, the senior from Owsso, MI averaged 49.5 yards per punt against the Panthers.  Two of his six punts landed inside of the Panther’s 20-yard line.

Rosenbaum also doubles as the Wildcats placekicker.  While shorter than the conference and school record of 57 yards that he set against Clark Atlanta last year, Rosenbaum connected on a 43-yard field goal in last week’s 26-3 win over the Panthers. 

Losing Streak Could End Tonight

Losing Streak Could End Tonight

Twiggs County High Cobras go head to head with Crawford County High Eagles tonight at 7 p.m.

Whomever wins this game will bag their first win in two years. Each team has a new head coach this year.  

Twiggs County's new head coach is Jeb Stewart and Crawford County's is Greg Street.

Crawford County last won on October 9, 2009 against Jordan High in Columbus.

Twiggs County High won a game on September 24, 2010 when they beat Hancock Central 26-20.