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Walton crowned queen

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The Lafayette high School 2017  homecoming Queen was crown to Senior Ms. Daijahnna Rakel Walton, She is 17 years old. Born January 30, 2017 Parents : Rozeta Walton of Five Points, Tony Walton of Opelika. Daijahnna  enjoys softball &  basketball. Her favorite food : chicken Alfredo. Daijahnna will attend college for sports medicine.   She is also […]

Scenes from Bulldog homecoming celebration

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Bulldog alumni celebrate JV Rebels out score Kingwood, 35-8 Story and Photos By Ashley Oliver Correspondent The Chambers Academy JV Rebels defeated the Kingwood Lions by a score of 35-8 bringing their win/loss record to 6-1 for the season.  Having suffered a loss to Lee-Scott the previous week, the Rebels were more prepared than ever […]

LaFayette High School 2017 Marching Band

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At Left: Lafayette Bulldog Band Director & Staff Head Band Director Michael Floyd,Quentavious Calloway Goldette Coordinator, Portia Peters Brass Specialist ,Doris Carter Color Guard Coordinator  and Montavious Bledsoe Woodwind Specialist.

Oliver crowned homecoming queen

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Senior, Kelsey Oliver, was crowned the 2017 Chambers Academy Homecoming Queen during halftime festivities of Friday’s homecoming game against Kingwood. Kelsey is the daughter of Steve and Ashley Oliver. Sophomore, Olivia Williams, daughter of Gene and Melisa Williams, was crowned Homecoming Princess. Senior, Jessica Holliday, daughter of Dennis and Tabitha Holliday, was named Football Sweetheart.

Chambers homecoming court announced

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Chambers Academy announces it’s 2017 homecoming court.  Pictured from left to right are Sissie Ansbro- 9th grade princess candidate, Kayla Cross- 11th grade princess candidate, Kelsey Oliver- Senior Queen candidate, Jossie Daniel- Senior Queen Candidate, Olivia Williams- 10th grade princess candidate. Winners will be announced during halftime festivities Friday night on Torbert Field.

JV Rebels pound Macon-East 44-0

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By Ashley Oliver Correspondent   The Chambers Academy JV Rebels traveled to Macon-East last week to face the 2A Wildcats in the Rebel’s first appearance of the season.  Chambers started off strong on offense with Freshmen guards, Dean Sheffield and Jacob Oliver blocking the path for Freshman Quarterback, Payton Allen, who ran the ball on […]

J.H. Bulldogs open with Lanett

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  By Pamela Holloway Correspondent Lafayette Jr. high Football Team will kick out their Jamboree this Tuesday 6pm At the Lafayette Bulldog Stadium: 9/5 Lanett Home 6:00 9/12 Reeltown Away 6:00 9/19 Sanford Home 6:00 9/26 Beulah Away 6:00 10/3 Loachapoka Home –  6:00 10/10 Handley Home 6:00 10/17 Notasulga Home – 6:00.

LHS’s band director snared by Springwood

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By Pamela Holloway Correspondent Former band director Leon Banks named director of Springwood School band Springwood School has announce that Leon Banks is the new band director for Springwood. Leon retired from Lafayette High School in Spring of 2016 where he had served faithfully for 34 years as the band director. Lafayette High School is […]

Valley back to school

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Valley High School students returned to school yesterday (Tuesday) for the 2017-2018 School year. As is tradition, the seniors started out by a day of decorating the halls and Dr. Seuss was the theme of choice this year. 

Some students back to school this week

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By Alton Mitchell Correspondent It seems as though it was just a few short weeks ago as the class of 2017 was awarded their final graduation honors at various schools around Chambers County. As hundreds of students from schools such as LaFayette High School, Chambers Academy, Valley High School, and Lanett High School made their […]