Sports

First Deer

Hagen Barrett, 7, of Harperville harvested his first deer while hunting on family property with his father Cody Barrett. He was shooting a CVA Blackout 300 youth rifle that he received for Christmas. 

 

 





Rebels dominate in 2018

The year 2018 saw some great accomsplishments made by Scott County sports teams. The Lake Lady Hornets Softball Team advanced to the 2A State Chamionship Series before lossing two heartbreakers.

The Morton Panther Baseball team made a good run in the 2018 playoffs making it to round three before falling to Seminary.



First Place

The Lake High School Cheerleading Squad has put their talent on display during December by winning 1st Place in the Small Varsity Non-Tumbling Division at the UCA Dixie Cheer Competition and by finishing 3rd out of 13 teams in the 1A-3A small varsity non-tumbling division at the MHSAA Cheer Competition.








Signs Basketball Scholarship

Forest High School senior Khrystallyn Harkless signed a scholarship to attend and play basketball for Pensacola State College in Florida. Seated from the left, Keosha Amos and Khrystallyn Harkless. Standing, Kimberly Amos, mother; Jamie Daniels, father and Teont Boyd, FHS girls head basketball coach. 


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