One game. One win. The Motlow women’s basketball team beat Volunteer State in overtime last Saturday.
Tabitha Evans Moore
Motlow Softball opened their season with three straight wins. Former MCHS stand out Jordan Lund scored two runs against Snead State.
The Metro Moore County Volunteer Fire Department recently received a $19,600 state equipment grant. According to Chief Neal, it will be used to replace 10 year old turnout equipment.
THE WORD ON BIRDS: New Department of Ag email notification system hopes to help stop spread of bird flu in Tennessee chicken populations.
The Raiders jumped out early on Huntland on Friday but couldn’t fight the Hornets inside game down the stretch. Will Baker led with 16 points.
Sophomore Ellie Graham made three foul shots with no time remaining on Friday to lift Moore County to a one point win over Huntland.
On Wednesday, Jack Daniel’s and 3 Rivers Energy Partners officials broke ground on a new anaerobic digester located on Good Branch Road.
The Barking Pig BBQ Team, led by local vet Dr. Bryant Morton is now taking orders for their Barbecue Fundraiser for the Lynchburg Friends of Animals Adoption and Rescue Center.
The Motlow College softball team, coached by MCHS alumni Janice Morey, will kick off their season on January 27.
Keller Morey hit a game-winning 3-point shot on Monday to help Moore County earn a one-point victory over Cannon County.