Brandon Morgan graduated from Scott High in May and was planning to further his education with dreams of becoming an auto mechanic and opening his own garage, but those plans have been put on hold while he fights the Continue reading →
The Highlanders didn’t make the playoffs, but were able to extend their season by playing in the 6th Annual CAREactor Star Community Service Football Game on Saturday, November 4 at Grace Christian Academy.
The Indians travelled to Coalfield on Friday, October 27 and fell 34-7 to one of the top teams in the state, but they did get a big performance from their sophomore running back, Colby Boyatt. Boyatt scored Oneida’s only touchdown Continue reading →
Scott High traveled to Pigeon Forge on Friday, October 27 in what appeared to be their last game of the season, win or lose, but that wasn’t the case. The Highlanders fell to Pigeon Forge 28-0, during their last regular- Continue reading →
Due to inclement weather the Inaugural Fall on the Mall that was scheduled for Saturday, October 28 has been moved to Saturday, November 4. The weather should be great so please come out to the Huntsville Mall and join us. Continue reading →
The Oneida Lady Indians had made a few trips to the district championship game, but never pulled off the victory until they traveled to Rockwood and came away with a 1-0 victory on Thursday, October 12.