The Fannin County High School Rebels football team recently held its annual youth camp for future Rebels and Lady Rebels. The camp featured FCHS coaches and players working with the children on a variety of skills. The Rebels are also gearing up for another football season. Head coach, Jim Pavao, sat down with with Team FYN Sports to discuss the camp, and the upcoming season. Seniors, Daniel Kinser, Jack Roper, and Dillon Ushery also sat down with FYN to discuss the second season working with Pavao, and being role models for the campers.
The Fannin County High School Lady Rebels cheer squad, stewarded by new interim head coach, Theresa Dillard, held its Junior Rebels Cheer Camp, for future Lady Rebels cheerleaders from Kindergarten to eighth grade. Dillard, has previously served as the head cheer coach, and therefore was asked to fill the interim currently.
Former Fannin County High School Rebels baseball player and two time USA South Player of the Year, Nick Dean, became the first ever Maryville Scot to be drafted by a Major League Baseball team will the Los Angeles Dodgers to him in the 32nd round with pick number 972. (more…)
The 2016 Fannin County High School Rebels baseball team will have a new head man as Jon Ayers has officially begun his tenure as the new coach. Ayers spent the 2015 season assisting previous head coach, David Dyer, who will continue to steward the Lady Rebels softball program. Ayers recently completed his first foray leading the Dugout Club’s youth baseball camp. He spoke to FYN about the camp, taking over the program and his outlook for the 2016 season. (more…)
The Fannin County High School Rebels basketball teams, headed by Suzianne Pass (girls) and Scott Eggleston (boys) hosted the annual Camp of Champions for the Fannin County youth and middle school ballers. The camp focuses on teaching fundamentals while providing a fun competitive basketball experience. (more…)
The Fannin County wrestlers gathered a three day mini camp ran by Fannin County High School head coach, David Henson, as well as coaches from the youth, and middle school programs. Wrestlers from as young as seven to the high school level were invited to, and participated in the camp. Coach Henson took a few minutes to talk about his first year as head coach, and the program’s direction. The full interview can be viewed below. (more…)
Fannin County High School Rebels tennis player, Austin Kuhr, was recently awarded the 2015 FCHS Boys’ Tennis Coaches Award. Kuhr finished the 2015 season, his senior season, with an 8-1 record, with the lone loss coming at the hands of an undefeated player. Kuhr is the only player in FCHS history to be the number one singles player all four years of his varsity career. He finished his career with a 30-14 record with a winning record every year and two (2014-2015) Faculty Mixed Doubles Tournament Championships. Kuhr, and head coach, Robert Evans, spoke briefly about his career with the Rebels. (more…)
The Fannin County High School Rebels football team will have two new offensive and defensive coordinators, as Justin Pierce and Adam Turner will be handling those duties during the upcoming 2015 season. Previous offensive coordinator, Gary McPeek, recently took a vice principal/football coach job in his native state of Kentucky. Turner was brought in in order to allow Pavao to delegate more of the defensive coaching duties, in particular the outside linebackers, as that is the position group that Turner will work with most closely. Pavao full’s interview can be viewed below. (more…)
The University of North Georgia Nighthawks softball team won the program’s first ever national championship with a 5-0 win over Dixie State to claim the NCAA Division II 2015 Softball National Championship. The team, featuring former Fannin Lady Rebels’ stars, Alexis Collis and Candace “Blitzkrieg” German, in addition to the national title, set a school record with 54 wins against eight losses. (more…)
The Fannin County High School Rebels track team competed at the Sectional Meet with a chance to move on to the State Meet. Lady Rebel, Julie Jacobs, qualified for the State Meet in the Pole Vault with a 1st place jump.
The Fannin County High School Rebels baseball team closed the season with a 16-1 loss to Region 7-AAA champion, Franklin. Fannin finished the season with a record of 9-14. (more…)
The Fannin County High School Rebels baseball team beat Banks County, leaping over the Leopards with a 5-3 home victory. The win brought the Rebels’ record to 6-8. (more…)
The Fannin County High School Rebels baseball team recently hosted the Gilmer High School Bobcats. The Rebels rallied from a three run bottom of the seventh deficit to take a 5-4 win due to Dusty Dyer’s walk off single. (more…)
Fannin youth wrestlers recently competed at the South Paulding Jr. Spartan and Black Knight Winter Classic. Below are the place winners. (more…)
The Fannin County High School Lady Rebels basketball team traveled to Banks County High School to take part in the 7-AAA Region Tournament. The Lady Rebels had a first round match up with the Lady Vikings of East Hall. East Hall came into the tournament as the three seed while Fannin was the sixth seed. East Hall lived up to its seeding, winning 76-43 and ending the Lady Rebels season at 11-15. (more…)
The Fannin County High School wrestling team traveled to Lumpkin for the 7-AAA Area Traditional Tournament. FCHS under the tutelage of new head coach, David Henson, had 13 out of 14 wrestlers place, and four qualify for Sectionals with a chance to compete for a State Championship. (more…)