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Fight for 54 Photo Slideshow

The final score for the Fight for 54 was 37 for the Chiefs and 24 for Fayette County. The MHS Chiefs football team brought home the trophy at the end of the night.
The McIntosh Principal Maggie Walls and Athletic Director Leon Hammond pose for a photo with two of Fayette County High School’s administrators along with the Fight for 54 trophy. (August Moss)

 

Sophomore Brandon Ridley warms up for the first game of the season. Ridley went on to get an minor ankle injury during the first quarter. Ridley was back on his feet by the end of the game. (Brady Dunn)

 

McIntosh football player warmed up by kicking practice kicks with the football. (Brady Dunn)

 

Colorguard members warm up on the turf before performing their halftime show for the stands. (August Moss)

 

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A McIntosh football players run to catch a throw from his teammate mid-game against Fayette County. (August Moss)

 

Senior Ty Beck ran down from the student section to do a pushup for each point the Chiefs received after each touchdown and field goal they scored. (Brady Dunn)

 

The final score for the Fight for 54 was 37 for the Chiefs and 24 for Fayette County. The MHS Chiefs football team brought home the trophy at the end of the night. (Asa Boddie)

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August Moss
August Moss, Staff
August Moss is a first year Trail staffer and in her second year on the Legend yearbook staff, this year operating as senior editor. Moss is a Georgia REACH scholar. She served in the McIntosh theater department as stage manager for “Something Funny Happened On the Way to the Regional One Act Competition” and “Mamma Mia.” She served on crew for “She Kills Monsters” and “Footloose.” She acted in “Much Ado About Nothing” and “Very Still and Hard to See.” She was a Thespian Officer for the 2022-2023 school year. She was a volunteer member with the SAYA program for 2020-2021. She has served as a Sources Of Strength member since 2021 and this year she is a leader on the leadership team. Moss has many passions, but her faith trumps them all. You’ll find her singing in her church's worship band, serving in the children's ministry and always carries her bible full of notes with her.
Asa Boddie
Asa Boddie, Staff
Asa Boddie is a senior and this is his first year on McIntosh Trail. He was recruited by the one and only Shanon Woolf, the advisor. Asa is very passionate about computer science. He has been coding for over 2 years. He also loves teaching and showing others how to work and navigate computer soft and hardware. He is a very wise guy and can teach you how to code and navigate a computer. Asa spends his free time watching live gameplay from content creators. He follows Twitch streamer Kai Cenat because he brings a lot of fun and different experiences to his streams. After graduating from McIntosh, he plans to go to the University of West Georgia or West Georgia Technical College to pursue computer science. He is also pursuing certification in cyber security.
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