Entries by Stephanie Johnson

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Cougars Fall to AJA

Your young and mighty Cougars had their last game, before the Championship game next Tuesday, yesterday.  The outcome was not exactly what we had planned, but that is OK.  The last time we played this team they beat us pretty soundly and convincingly.  But what they did was take advantage of a team that was […]

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Cougar Baseball overtake Dragons on Friday

Your young and courageous Cougars once again defended the Cougar’s Den from an onslaught of hungry Dragons from St. Georges School from beautiful Milner, Ga.  St. Georges is more known for its Cross Country and Track and Field success than their baseball prowess, but they proved to be a very formidable opponent. The Dragons came […]

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TCS Cougar Boys Victorious at GISA Region I-AA

Yesterday, The Cottage School boys defeated all-comers at the region I-AA championship held at Flint River Academy with a score of 174, while remnants of the girls’ team fought mightily for 4th place in the girls contest. The top four finishers in each event advance to the state championship meet in Albany, Ga. the last […]

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Varsity Baseball Takes the Win

Under a brilliant Carolina blue sky your young and courageous Cougars faced another daunting task in defending the Cougar’s Den yesterday as the Mustangs of Mill Spring Academy once again was their foe.  Since this was MSA’s home game due to poor field conditions at their home field, the game was moved to the Cougar’s […]

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No Track, No Field – No Problem!

Every problem has in it the seeds of its own solution.  If we don’t have any problems, we don’t get any seeds.  Cougars girls and boys win The Atlanta Athletic Conference again going away.  Interestingly, in the great pantheon of Cougar champions, no female student-athlete has ever won the coveted high point award-until yesterday.  Senior […]

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Cougar Baseball beats MSA Mustangs

What an absolutely perfect day for baseball.  Sunny skies, warm temperatures, a jam packed stadium filled with very passionate fans for both teams ready for the show down between two AAC rivals.  Word of free admission for the first 15,000 spectators brought fans from all over the southeast, including one important fan from Alabama. Yesterday […]