Lady Warhawks, Demons take two; other results

Don Moncrief Basketball, Featured, Houston County HS, Northside HS, Veterans HS, Warner Robins HS

Two wins each. Those were the results for Veterans’ girls and Warner Robins’ boys this past weekend. For the Lady Warhawks, the first came Friday while hosting the Demonettes. Led by a pair of sophomores, Stacie Jones, who had 21, and Tamia Luckey, who had 19, as well as senior Chandler Shepherd, who had 15, Veterans won 67-52. The Lady …

Dunnom, McKenzie lead Lady Eagles past Lady Bears

Don Moncrief Basketball, Featured, Houston County HS, Northside HS

Quidashasia Dunnom and Tyeasha McKenzie each put 14 points on the scoreboard Tuesday. It took an obvious “team” effort, but combined, they put up more points than Houston County combined. The Lady Eagles won 42-20 to improve to 1-1 in Region 1-AAAAAA, 12-3 overall. The Lady Bears on the other hand, fell to 1-2, 5-9. Dunnom and McKenzie not only …

Perry falls; VHS stays alive in team duals

Don Moncrief Featured, Perry HS, Veterans HS, Wrestling

Jan. 11 Update Veterans got off to a great start in the 2018 GHSA Team Dual Wrestling State Championships being held Thursday-Saturday at the Macon Centreplex. The Warhawks opened the tournament by facing off against Whitewater on Thursday. They won easily, 69-9. About seven hours later, they took on Locust Grove. Close, but Veterans came up just short, 34-31. That …

NHS, WRHS split matchups; other results

Don Moncrief Basketball, Featured, Houston County HS, Northside HS, Veterans HS, Warner Robins HS

Quidashasia Dunnom and Tamia Sapp each chipped in 16 to lead Northside’s girls to a 54-44 win over Warner Robins Saturday at the home of the Lady Eagles. Jordan Thomas scored 19 to lead the Demonettes, which suffered their second weekend loss. The girls also fell to Harris County in a Region 1-AAAAA matchup Friday. That one ended 64-33 in …

Bears’ Trey Hill signs with Georgia

Don Moncrief Featured, football, Houston County HS

Trey Hill made it official Wednesday. The Houston County High School student-athlete signed a Letter of Intent to continue his education and football career at the University of Georgia. Hill, tipping the scales at 330 pounds and playing offensive guard for the Bears, said during the team’s banquet the week prior, that the Bulldogs had won the day – mainly …