Redskins News · Cross’ Walk-Off Gives SCMS Victory Over George Walton Academy
Game One SCMS took Saturday’s game one in dramatic fashion, with a 12-11 walk-off victory over George Walton Academy. The game was tied at 11 with SCMS batting in the bottom of the sixth when Luke Cross singled on a 1-2 count, scoring one run. SCMS opened up scoring in the first inning when Jesse Maddox singled on a 2-1 count, scoring two
Redskins News · Literary Team Results from Area Meet
The Social Circle High School competed in the Area 4-AA Literary Competition on Tuesday, February 25, 2020. Six students competed in seven events. Madison Chambers competed in Girl’s Solo placing 1st and will represent SCHS at the State Meet on March 14, 2020. Madison Chambers, Savannah Chaudhuri, and Sarah Ray competed as Girl’s Trio and
Varsity Air Rifle · Social Circle Redskin rifle team defeated Union Grove Wolverines
Varsity Tennis · Varsity Tennis falls to Walnut Grove 9 – 1
Varsity Baseball · Baseball POTW – Gabe Jones
Congratulations to Week 1 Player of the Week, Gabe Jones. Thanks to Robert Stephens of Farmer’s Insurance Agency in Covington for sponsoring this year’s POTW recognition. Go Redskins!
Girls Varsity Soccer · Girls Varsity Soccer beats Georgia Military College Prep School 7 – 1
Varsity Air Rifle · Redskin rifle team member selected to compete in the 2020 Junior Olympics
Jackson Davis, a Junior and Varsity Rifle Team Captain, was selected today to compete in the 60 Standing air rifle event in the 2020 Junior Olympics in Colorado Springs, Colorado, at the Olympic Training Village. Jackson is the second Social Circle rifle team member to earn an invitation. Congratulation Jackson! GO REDSKINS!
Boys Varsity Football · Meet and Greet with Coach Patton a Success.
A new page in the Social Circle Athletic Department and Football Program began Tuesday evening at the Meet and Greet for new head football coach Rob Patton. The evening started at 6:00 pm with numerous returning players and parents in attendance as well as several new prospective players and parents to the program. The