Wow, what a time to be alive, literally! Especially for a Senior like myself. I did not see my Senior Year going quite this way! Working from home, missing out on making memories with my friends, and getting to experience all the fun activities for seniors, its all so different now.
The Bowdon High School baseball team edged out region rival Mount Zion by score of 5-4 tally in a lively home matchup on Friday night as both teams prepare for a mandatory two-week break due to COVID-19 precautions taken by school officials.
The Mount Zion Zion High School girls’ basketball club clinched its second Region 6-A win of the 2019-20 season when it hosted the North Cobb Christian Lady Eagles on Tuesday. Head coach Tyler Wright and his Lady Eagle crew moved to 8-10 overall and 2-5 in region play.
Three days after being swept on the road by Darlington, the Mount Zion High School girls’ and boys’ basketball teams bounced back into the win column together by sweeping Region 6-A adversary Gordon Lee on their home court Tuesday evening.
The Bowdon High School girls’ basketball team tipped off the new year by hosting cross-county rival Mount Zion High School in a Region 6-A battle Friday night.
The second round of the SMI Carroll County Holiday Classic kicked off Friday night at Temple High School, where a 5-4 Mount Zion High School girls’ basketball club took on the 9-3 Lithia Springs Lady Lions, and things got off to a slow start for the Lady Eagles.
Fresh off its victory at the 2019 CRWA Varsity Tournament on Saturday, the Central High School wrestling team kept its momentum going by repeating as Carroll County Duals champions Tuesday night.
Mount Zion High School head girls' basketball coach Tyler Wright says his seniors have been through a lot throughout their career, yet they have showed a great deal of resilience and mental toughness to get to where they are now. This year, the Lady Eagles have kicked off their basketball se…
Despite losing a plethora of talent from last season's boys' basketball club, head coach Tyler Wright is confident in the pieces he has returning to Mount Zion High School.
More than 200 wrestlers from 19 high schools spread across the southeast will pile into Mount Zion High School's gymnasium today and tomorrow to compete in the 17th annual Screamin' Eagle wrestling tournament.
CHICKAMAUGA -- The Gordon Lee Trojans scored on their first two possessions of the second half and used a clock-chewing drive in the fourth quarter to help seal a 14-9 victory over Mount Zion-Carroll on Monday night.
An unfortunate blend of youth and injury depletion has left the Mount Zion High School football team struggling to establish a consistent identity through the first two months of the 2019 season.
When the regular season finally draws to a close and the state playoffs roll around, the pressure is usually elevated. Even more so when you happen to draw your cross-county rival in the first round.
To say the Mount Zion High School football team has been bitten by the injury bug this fall would not only be a tired cliché, but also a gross understatement.
The Mount Zion High School softball team carried an 8-12 overall record into Tuesday as it took a break from Region 6-A competition to face the Landmark Christiand Lady War Eagles at Grimes Field.
As the Mount Zion Eagles get ready to step into Region 6-A competition this Friday, head coach Brad Gordon is set to shake off last week's 22-16 loss to Temple and prepare for the next game.
Head coaches and players from the nine prep football teams in the local area filed into the Carroll County Performing Arts Center on Tuesday night for the inaugural Team SMI Starting Lineup Media Day.
The first three years Ameria Williams spent as a member of the Mount Zion High School co-ed wrestling team couldn’t have possibly fully prepared her for the pioneering journey she went on as a senior.
A milestone will be reached for the Mount Zion High School boys’ golf team when they step foot on the course at Southern Landings Golf Club on Monday, May 21, to compete in the Class A Public State Championship.
Wednesday’s Region 6-A ballgame against Trion could be quickly summed up as downright ugly for the Mount Zion High School baseball team as the Eagles were run-ruled 16-0 in three innings.
A slow start proved costly for the Mount Zion High School baseball team on Tuesday as it was unable to overcome an early double-digit deficit en route to a 17-7 loss to Region 6-A foe Mount Paran Christian on its home field.
Playing on the road against Region 6-A foe Mount Zion High School on a frigid Wednesday evening, the Bowdon High School baseball team built up a seven-run lead though five innings before ultimately holding on for a 9-5 victory to snap a three-game losing streak.