Remembering 9/11 :: September 11, 2001

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Students working tirelessly to raise remaining $25,000

Franklin High School’s band as been chosen as 1 of the 15 bands that will perform at the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, Florida on January 2. The band will leave December 27 to make the trip to Jaguar Stadium. The band had to audition and competed with 286 other bands to secure their slot at the Gator Bowl. This will be FHS’ second appearance in the Gator Bowl, their first came in 2005. In 2005, the FHS band received first place out of the bands in attendance dubing them an “honors band.”

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Franklin High School senior, Lindsay Simpson was recently named Most Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year in the individual division of the distinguished “The Little Pigs Award” from the Mountain Amateur Athletic Club of Asheville. Simpson beat out nominees from all 3A schools across Western North Carolina.

Simpson was recognized for her excellence as a dual sport athlete, earning, “Player of the Year” in two varsity women’s sports: volleyball and basketball, as well as district “Player of the Year.”

Simpson’s additional accomplishments include being recognized for four consecutive years as an “All Conference” player in both volleyball and basketball; “All WNC” in two sports, and “All district selection, and all-state honors.

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The 2011 Macon Middle School Cheerleaders are gearing up to cheer for the Panters during football season, as well as preparing to support other fall MMS sports.

The MMS football season starts with their home game Sept. 8, at 5 p.m at the Franklin High School football field.

After intensive practice sessions, and with a UCA camp that took place on Aug. 12 and 13 behind them, these girls are ready to cheer for their MMS teams.

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Another great year of softball comes to a close after several competitive games all season long.

The final regular season standings were: Champions - City Restaurant/Dirt Plus; 2nd-Aces; 3rd- Fat Buddies/Head Hunters; 4th-Wild Turkeys; 5th-Team Extreme; 6th-Mulligans; 7th - Pipeline; 8th-Warbirds; 9th-Dirty Dawgs; 10th-Night Owls.

The end-of-season tournament results were: Champions - City Restaurant/Dirt Plus; and 2nd - Fat Buddies/Head Hunters; and 3rd-Wild Turkeys.

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