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MC Dance Ensemble to perform spring showcase

Posted by on Apr 10, 2017 in Arts/Entertainment | 0 comments

Maryville’s Dance Ensemble will be hosting their spring showcase, “A Night of Hollywood and Broadway,” on Saturday, April 8 in the Nutt Theatre of the Clayton Center for the Arts. For Maryville students, staff and faculty, admission is free, but an ID is needed for entry. For others, the cost is $7 at the door. The Dance Ensemble is a student-led group at Maryville, so all the dances will be choreographed by students. This allows students the chance to create new and exciting interpretations of music through dance. “It gives the students the opportunity to do many different styles of dance and also get the chance to choreograph their own dances,” sophomore Jessica Rhea said. I’m looking forward to showing everyone the hard work we put in this semester.” The audience can look forward to songs they will recognize...

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MC Baseball takes home two wins in triple-game series

Posted by on Mar 8, 2017 in Feature Slider, Sports | 0 comments

The MC baseball team faced-off against  Piedmont College in a three game series from Feb. 24 to Feb. 26. The Scots took home two wins during the series, losing only the game on Feb. 25. Piedmont College, home of the Lions, is located in North Georgia. Currently, their win/loss record is at 7-3. Last year, their record was held at 21-19. “Piedmont is usually a very clean baseball team, meaning their defense doesn’t make errors and their offense is really good at executing in big situations during the game” said Andrew (Drew) Henry. According to the school’s athletic website,, the Pitcher of the Week, Evan Heffner, had much to do with the win over Piedmont on Friday. Bryce Redaja ran home in the second inning. Logan Hayes and Henry both reached home base during the third inning. Piedmont’s...

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Juniors lead Scots baseball into season

Posted by on Feb 22, 2017 in Feature Slider, Sports | 0 comments

The Maryville College baseball team prepares for their upcoming season despite new rivals. As a young team, they face this season with an intent to build confidence among players. The University of Texas at Tyler, Trinity University and Millsaps College are all new teams MC will face during the 2017 season due to the new USA South Conference divisions. Trinity was last year’s national championship winner. “When preparing for teams we haven’t seen before, we really try to keep things very simple and prepare like we always do,” said head coach Cody Church. “In baseball, it’s important to do the little things very well. That’s something we talk about before every practice and game.” The first game played had MC kicking off the season with a 10-6 win against Johnson University on Feb. 4. Millsaps College was an invitational...

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