Our Cougars fought to a 21-21 tie at the end of regulation play. In OT, the Meridian Yellow Jackets scored a touchdown and a 2-point conversion. The Cougars quickly scored their touchdown as well but then missed the 2-point conversion. The Cougars have a bye next week and will begin district play on October 7 on the road against Moody.
Our Lady Coogs VB team played their hearts out until the end but came up 5 points short as they lost to the Bosqueville Bulldogs in five hard fought sets. Their record is now 5-2 in district and their next match is against Rapaport here at home next Tuesday as they begin the second half of their district season. Go Coogs!
Our Lady Cougar Volleyball team did it again last night and advanced their record to 5-1 in district play. Their victims yesterday were the Lady Pirates from Chilton which they dispensed quickly in three sets. Come on out on Friday at 4:30 to watch them take on their next district opponent, the Bosqueville Bulldogs. Go Cougars!!
Tuesday, October 4, from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 on Main Street between the Post Office and City Hall. The event this year is dedicated to 26 fallen "First Responders" who have given their all in 2016 to defend and protect us.