It happened at MCHS in 1992...
Tina Reed was selected Homecoming Queen.
Joanna Jackson was selected Football Sweetheart.
Matt Penland was selected Football Beau.
Andrea Bryson was selected Basketball Sweetheart.
Mitchell Souther was Basketball Beau.
Jon Harkleroad and Heather Bowers were Mr. and Miss MCHS.
Traci Harrison was Miss Arrowhead.
Celeste Harrison represented MC as the"Young Woman of the Year."
The football team was Region7AAA North Runners-up.
The basketball team was Region 7AAA North Champions and Region 7AAA Runners-up.
Nora Ward was named to the All-North Georgia Softball Team.
Sheila Bowen was named to the All-Area Softball Team.
Jennifer Chadwick was the Area Leading Hitter in Softball.
Matt Penland, Jon Harkleroad, Jason Griffin, and David Black were named to the All-Area Football Team; with Matt, Jon, and Jason being named to the All-North GA Team.
Cassie McNeill was Star Student.
Valerie Young and Brian Boatwright were selected to All-State Band.
Shalina Sluder and Paul Bryant were selected to All-State Chorus.
Jon Harkleroad, Matt Penland, and Jason Griffin were selected to All-Area Baseball Team.
Jon Harkleroad was selected to play in the Northwest GA All-Star Baseball Game.
Matt Penland was selected to play in the North-South All-Star Football Game in July.
David Black was the Fidelity Federal Student Advisory Scholarship winner.
Traci Dunn was the Galaxy Carpet Mills Scholarship winner.
MCHS received the GA School of Excellence Award.
The golf team made it to the playoffs(the first ever) and placed 11th.
The girls tennis team was 7AAA Champions.
Eric Bishop was second in the state in track.
Grant Starks and Greg Hayes were selected to the All-Area Golf Team.
Intramural games were held each Monday morning.
The Home Ec Department was awarded the Industrial Certification(only 11 schools in the nation are certified).
Seniors won the gold on Olympic Day.
The Senior Boys basketball team bet the Faculty team.
Someone broke into the school.
Heath Paige won Miss Peach Blossom.
Angie Loughridge won the "Bad Woman" contest.
Tera Hamontree was chosen to represent MCHS Cheerleaders in London, England.
Most ever Seniors signed to Scholorships for college(8).
This was the last page of our newspaper, "Spear-It", congratulating the class of 1992 and dedicated to Amanda Worley who passed away May 7 of that year.
Let us know if something is missing.