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Fall youth sports kicked off this week at Metter-Candler Recreation Department. The season got off to a late start after youth recreation activities were suspended before spring because of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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Brannen Harris killed this buck at Lone Oak Quail Plantation in Stillmore on Saturday, Oct. 17. It weighed 192 lbs. and had 8 points. 

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The Middle School Eagles of David Emanuel Academy defeated the Eagles of Vidalia Heritage Academy 38-8 in football action on Oct. 22.

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The undefeated Eagles of David Emanuel Academy added yet another win this past week when they defeated Grace Christian Academy of Bainbridge 44-12 in Stillmore. 

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After a commanding 17-1 victory over McIntosh County Academy on Oct. 13, the Lady Tigers saw their season come to an end in an 8-5 loss to Portal on Thursday.

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The Lady Tigers had a tough week on the diamond this past week as they went 1-2 in softball action.

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The Metter Tigers are still undefeated after Friday's 37-0 shut out of Screven County! Unfortunately, none of our prognosticators posted that particular score, but we are still super excited for our Tigers! Metter has an off week this week, so we will be calling for new prognostications next week.

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With their 56-8 Homecoming win over People’s Baptist Academy of McDonough on Friday, the Eagles of David Emanuel Academy are now 5-0 on the season.

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This Friday night the Metter Tigers will welcome the Jenkins County War Eagles into The Jungle. The Tigers remain ranked number two in Class A football and bring a 4-0 record into the contest. Metter is also 1-0 in region play. 

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Metter High School hosted a cross country meet on Thursday, Sept. 24, with Jenkins Co. and Bryan Co. participating. 

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It was an exciting week on the diamond for the Metter High Lady Tigers as they won three straight, defeating Claxton 12-2, East Laurens 10-9 and Screven County 4-3. Both the Claxton the Screven County games were region match-ups.

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The Metter High cross country team took part in their first meet of the season on Sept. 15, running at Magnolia Springs State Park in Millen. Jovhany Hinojosa (l) won the boys’ race and Angel Jarvis (r) won the girls’ and was fourth overall, beating many of the boys. A home meet will be held…

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It was a tough week for Lady Tiger softball last week as they dropped three games, including a region match-up against ECI.

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David Emanuel Academy picked up their fourth win of the season when they defeated Coastal on Friday in Stillmore.

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The Eagles of David Emanuel Academy are now 3-0 on the season with a 38-22 win over Crisp Academy in Cordele on Friday. 

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Tickets will be sold online at https://gofan.co/app/school/GA23147. Tickets are $8. A GoFan Kiosk will be placed at entrances to the stadium for guests to purchase tickets on site.

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On Friday the Metter Tigers will travel to Guyton to take on the South Effingham Mustangs. The Mustangs play in class 6A, and their size and speed will be a tough test for the single A Tigers. 

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The Metter High Lady Tigers were 1-2 in softball action last week. The Tigers were shut out by Long County 13-0 on Monday, Aug. 31, and then lost to Screven County 3-12 on Tuesday, Sept. 1, before defeating McIntosh County Academy 13-1 on Thursday.

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The David Emanuel Academy Eagles won their season opener against Twiggs Academy of Jeffersonville 44-38 on Friday night before a large home crowd in Stillmore.

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Ian Glanton won the prestigious Sea Island Junior Classic this past weekend on the Retreat Golf Course on St. Simons Island. Ian fired rounds of 74, 71 (145) which tied him for first place after regulation play with  Bo Carpenter and Jack Darke, who also had two-day total scores of 145.

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William Gay attended the 2nd Annual Shamrock Showdown in Clearwater, South Carolina, March 14. He set two new personal records 156.0DB sealed at 35Hz and 157.4DB kick at 43Hz for an average of 156.7DB to achieve second place in the No Wall 3001-Up Class. He is pictured with his father Larry …

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William Gay attended the 2nd Annual Shamrock Showdown in Clearwater, South Carolina, March 14. He set two new personal records 156.0DB sealed at 35Hz and 157.4DB kick at 43Hz for an average of 156.7DB to achieve second place in the No Wall 3001-Up Class. He is pictured with his father Larry …

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The Metter High School track team competed in a track meet hosted by Screven County. Metter, Screven, ECI, Southeast Bulloch and Swainsboro were the teams competing.

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David Emanuel Academy claimed a 10-5 victory over Twiggs Academy in baseball action in Stillmore on March 11.

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Gobble. Cluck. Purr. Georgia turkey hunters are practicing their best turkey calls as they get ready for the statewide turkey hunting season opening Saturday, March 21, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division. 

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The Metter High Tigers took the lead late in the game in a 7-5 victory over Bacon County last Tuesday. 

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Last week's rainy weather put a hold on the Metter Tigers’ baseball schedule, but they were able to squeeze in two of the three games of the Jeff Davis series this past Saturday. 

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On Saturday, March 7, Angel Jarvis participated in the Snickers Half Marathon held in Albany and sponsored by RunAlbanyGA. She finished the 13.1 mile course in a time of 2 hours, 9.16 seconds. She was the 215th runner to finish the race out of a total of 575 harriers.

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This past week three Metter FFA members traveled to Treutlen County High School to compete in the Sub-area Leadership Development Events of Jr./Sr. Prepared Public Speaking and Extemporaneous Speaking. 

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