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ACCS sports bring joy to community

Norma and I would like to express our compliments to Adams County Christian School; specifically the sports programs.

Our football team, with head coach and headmaster David King won district and played in the second round of the state playoffs with a 10-2 record. Go Rebels.

Our girls, junior high and varsity basketball teams, coached by Melanie Hall and daughter, have won the first three of their games by large scores. Looking good, ladies!

ACCS has begun “streaming” the football and basketball games, which means the games can be viewed live on computer throughout the U.S.

Because of age and health, we are unable to attend the games in person but will be watching on computer. We know of several friends who live out of town and have family playing at ACCS that are now able to watch the games.

We will continue to support ACCS by purchasing our season tickets each year.

We want Jimmy Allgood, Daniel Ratcliff, camera crew and all to know how much enjoyment we get by watching these young people excel in sports. We understand that academics are excellent at ACCS, also.

Thank you, ACCS.

 

Jerry and Norma McDaniel

Natchez

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