Harrison’s volleyball team won a double-match in Lima Oct. 3.
The Antelope wildfire burning north of Harrison grew to nearly 2,000 acres in a day.
The Wildcats took over Panther territory on the volleyball court Sept. 4. Harrison defeated Sheridan in three sets.
Madison County Sanitarian Van Puckett spoke with each Madison County school superintendent about plans for the upcoming school year.
“They’re all doing a great job working toward the same common goal,” Puckett said. “Each one is looking at the health and wellbeing of the students and staff.”
Both teams were electric in the first few of minutes of the game. Harrison senior Vern Homner stole the ball at half court for a dunk in the second minute. Twin Bridges senior Nate Konen tied the game each time Harrison got ahead during the fast paced plays early in the game.
Twin Bridges followed up their loss against Ennis with two conference wins.The Falcons and Mustangs had a close game until the end. The slap of a blocked shot rang in the half. Twin Bridges’ Hadley Johnson smacked a last-second shot from Shae Lovett of the Mustangs.
Falcons didn’t go easily
Tough competitions lead to two losses for Twin Bridges volleyball
The Falcons volleyball team traveled to White Sulphur Spring to take on the Hornets Sept. 27. The competition was close throughout the game, but the Hornets came out on top in five rounds.
MADISON COUNTY—There’s no need for us to say it; if you live in Madison County, you know it snowed a lot last week. The adage about March coming in like a lion is ringing true in 2019.
MADISON COUNTY – There’s only one more weekend of regular-season play before high school basketball enters championship games. But the only mainstay of local teams seems to be the Twin Bridges boys, who just continue rolling toward what promises to be an exciting post-season.
The word “change” often seems to be the word most used to portray modern life. These days, one either adapts to change or gets consumed by it. However, some things, especially as they apply to human relations, never change. Today, I was reminded of that fact as I drove past the local school and noticed several young students grappling outside