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Irwin County E-Sports TeamAfter finishing the regular season 21-1, the ICHS E-Sports team Abstract continued their winning streak Thursday with another 3-0 sweep of West Forsyth, bringing them to 24-1 on the season and advancing them to the next round.

The best of five series against West Forsyth was over in three rounds, with Abstract coming out ahead in all three rounds.

Chris Richardson, Ethan Tucker, and JC Watson are excited to continue their run in the playoffs. They will be facing the Brookstone Cougars on Thursday, January 16, at 4 PM. We want to invite the community to stream the match at www.twitch.tv/irwinesports1. A link will also be shared on the Irwin County E-Sports Facebook page.

statechamps2Photo by South Georgia Sports Network

Congratulations to the Irwin County Indians football team, coaches, and staff! Irwin County defeated Marion County to win the Class A State Championship on Saturday morning! Following are news articles published since the big win:

Atlanta Journal and Constitution - Class A Public Final: Irwin County 56, Marion County 14
GPB Sports - Class A Public: Irwin County 56, Marion County 14
The Tifton Gazette - 'Team of destiny' wins state title

For more news and pictures, visit the Irwin County High School Facebook page.


JROTC Region Raiders
The JROTC Raider Season concluded on Saturday, October 5, at the Crisp County HS Region Raider Meet. The Irwin County Raiders took the trophy for 3rd place out of 14 teams in competition. Cadet Carelock Jackson earned a medal for most valuable team player and Cadet James Gates earned a medal for most dedicated player. Cadets Christopher Richardson and Dylan Jackson received medals for serving as Captain and Co-Captain, respectively.
Congratulations to the Raiders for a great season!

FCCLAPresident Raven Dillard, Secretary Kassidy Snipes, and Reporter Cassidy Green preparing the fair booth for FCCLA Fall Rally at the Georgia National Fair. Competitions will be held on October 9 at the fairgrounds in Perry.


Work-Based Learning MeetingWork-Based Learning coordinators from the Georgia Southwest Region met in Irwin County on Tuesday, September 3, at the Irwin County High School CASE Farm. Hosting were WBL coordinators Denise Hamby and Shayla Johnson from ICHS, Sara Stuart of Fitzgerald High, and Sharon Lavender from Wilcox County High.

Hal Wiley, CEO of Fitzgerald High School College and Career Academy (FHSCCA), was the keynote speaker.

Wesley Paulk gave the region coordinators a tour of the Case Farm and Darrell Ross invited them to tour Osceola Cotton Gin Company. Irwin EMC provided cell phone Pop Sockets, card holders, and key chains for all attending as well as providing the luncheon prepared and delivered by Irwin’s own Lyndsey Phillips, owner of Our Daily Bread.

Toll-Free School Safety Hotline

The 1-877-SAY-STOP toll- free hotline was created by the Georgia Department of Education. Students can anonymously report anyone who has a weapon, has threatened to bring a weapon to school, or has violated any other school safety rules. The hotline hours are Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; after 5 p.m. all calls will be forwarded to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. Callers will not be asked to reveal their identities. Make the call; you can make a difference!