Mount Zion Sports
Kentucky, March Madness and The Code
Kentucky is the focus of the NCAA tournament this year. Coach Calipari has been most successful in recruiting high school basketball players - primarily, it seems because of the assurance they will be able to play one year for him and then move on to the NBA. Is that okay? Pat Summitt, one of the greatest coaches of all time, graduated an astounding 100% of her players. How was she able to do that? What if college scholarships were for four years, so that if an athlete dropped out, or flunked out, the college would lose that scholarship for the remaining years? Athletes going to college with no intention of graduating does not just make a sham of college sports, but a mockery of the colleges and universities and the educational purposes for which they exist. What do you think? Who is responsible - the Coach, the Athletic Director, the college President, the NCAA? Do you care?
Adopt the Code for your team, school, or league:
The Code for Living
Life Principles Learned Through Sports
Because I am a role model and have the opportunity and responsibility to make a difference in the lives of others, I commit to this Code. I will take responsibility and appropriate actions when I fail to live up to it.
As an individual:
- I will develop my skills to the best of my ability and give my best effort in practice and competition.
- I will compete within the spirit and letter of the rules of my sport.
- I will respect the dignity of every human being, and will not be abusive or dehumanizing of another either as an athlete or as a fan.
As a member of a team:
- I will place team goals ahead of personal goals.
- I will be a positive influence on the relationships on the team.
- I will follow the team rules established by the coach.
As a member of society:
- I will display caring and honorable behavior off the field and be a positive influence in my community and world.
- I will give of my time, skills, and money as I am able for the betterment of my community and world.
Lauren Smith signs scholarship
We are pleased to announce that Lauren Smith signed a scholarship to the University of Memphis. Way to go lady bulldog. More
Kirklin Varnado signed scholarship
Attention Mt. Zion Family:
Please join me in celebrating “National Signing Day” at Mt. Zion HS Wednesday, Feb. 4 th @ 9:00 in the Media Center for 1 st Team All-County & 1 st Team All- R More
Courtesy: Tennessee State Athletics
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee State linebacker Nick Thrasher received the C.R. Bickerstaff/Coach Bill Pace Uni versity S More
The Little Pony and The Code
The Little Pony and The Code
There is a national story this week about the little boy who was bullied because he had a "Little Pony" bookbag. Since then, it has also come out that another little boy committed suicide because he too was bullied for the same More
We have "Unleashed The Bull"
Coach Bull Jones has been unleashed to begin the journey putting Mount Zion back on top in football. He has begun 6:00 am workouts in the weight room every Tuesday and Thursday mornings. I think the workouts have been averaging 40 peopler per day which is a good start but we are always hoping for More
This years track outlook.
The future of Mount Zion Track is in question by many as to how good we will be after loosing so many seniors. Four of which are competing in college and two are nationally ranked currently. Loosing so many should make us vulnerable. But I know the program that pro More
Six MZ Wrestlers move on to sectionals
Six wrestler moved on to the State Sectional meet. Coach Flanigan has done a great job. Way to go bulldogs. Quintavious Bussey was the standout winning the 220 division and is the area champion.
The six moving on are:
Boys win, boys win, boys win!!!!!!!!!
The Mount Zion boys track team won the region 4 AAAAA championship on Thursday at Starr's Mill high school. To be honest is was a blow out with the team winning by 50 over the second place team. The following boys made it to the next round:
100 - Marquett Simmons, Kirklin Varnado
Track update 3-14-2014
Last Saturday the boys won the 4th Annual Eagle Invitational in a close race between Union Grove and Lakeside. This past Tuesday the school record in the 4x400 was broken. They ran 3:20. Joshua Simmonds broke his long standing personal record in the 300 hurdles with a 40.11. Kirklin Varnado ran a More
Literay Team wins Region Championship
I'm happy to announce that Mount Zion has continued our tradition of success with the annual Literary Competition! Our team won the 4-AAAAA Regional Competition, with the following notable finishes:
Check out the videos of the 4x400 at the Lions Showcase
The boys are off to a great start finishing Runner up at the Chic-Fil-A Invitational. The meet fielded top schools from all over the state. The bulldogs finished second out of 21 schools only to 6 AAAAAA powerhouse West More
Jv Baseball Win
Under the leadership of head coach John Pecora the Mount Zion Bulldogs got their first win of the season yesterday. This is Coach Pecora's first year as the head coach. They defeated our sister school Charles Drew. Way to go bulldogs keep of the good work. More
Officials: Package at Mt. Zion High not dangerous
Mar 25, 2015 •
CLAYTON COUNTY, GA
(WXIA) – Hundreds of Clayton County parents were put on alert Wednesday morning after a suspicious package was found on the campus of Mount Zion High School. School officials contacted authorities at about 10 am. All of the ... More
Mt. Zion student arrested for 'prank gone bad'
Apr 30, 2014 •
. -- A student has been arrested at Mt. Zion High School
after what the school's police chief called "a prank gone bad." It was the end of a confusing and emotional morning at the Clayton County school. Chief Clarence Cox said they were ... More
Georgia Guard visits local high school during Podium Week
Jun 16, 2014 •
Staff Sgt. David Papava with the 221st Military Intelligence Battalion spoke about the wonders of military intelligence in front of a classroom during Podium Week for the Georgia Army National Guard on Dec. 11, 2013, at Mt. Zion High School
, Jonesboro, Ga
Vote for the #Team11 Basketball Game of the Week
Jan 23, 2015 •
USA TODAY High School Sports
It's time to vote again! Which game do you think should be the next #Team11 Basketball Game of the Week? Place your votes now! The winning game will have its Friday night highlights shown on 11Alive and WATL! Plus, our #Team11 Champions will come ... More
Mt.. Zion High School locked down after gun scare
Mar 14, 2014 •
A student has been arrested at a Clayton County school after bringing what school officials describe as a 'replica gun' on to the campus. The incident happened at Mt. Zion High School
. The school was put on lockdown until the weapon was ... More
Clayton County STAR students, teachers announced for 2015
Feb 13, 2015 •
##The Chamber and Rotary are local sponsors of the Professional Association of Georgia
Educators' Student Teacher Achievement Recognition Program, now in its 57th year. Program honorees will be recognized Feb. 25, during a luncheon at Red Lobster ... More
Jonesboro, North Clayton travel to big holiday tournaments
Dec 26, 2014 •
##Defending Class AAAA champion Jonesboro
will make the trek to Spartanburg, S.C., to play in the four-day Farm Bureau Classic. The Cardinals open the tournament with a game against Keenan High out of Columbia on Saturday with an 11:30 a.m. tip-off. More
Clayton County Board of Health offering emergency training to Neighborhood ...
Sep 25, 2014 •
— Clayton County's Board of Health wants local neighborhood watch groups to be prepared to protect their communities not only from criminals, but from pandemics, floods and terrorism, too. ##The board's Office of Emergency Preparedness ... More
Feb 6, 2014
Become A Sponsor
Mt Zion High School Schedule
| || || ||1||2||3||4|
|26||27||28||29||30|| || |
Become A Sponsor