2008-04-09 / Living & Style

Chloe Shines....

Chloe Scott Chloe Scott Chloe Scott, a former Miller County Elementary School student, now resides in Atlanta with her father, Christopher Scott, a former Miller County High School graduate, and her twin sisters, Christian and Camryn Scott.

Chloe is the granddaughter of Mrs. Thedis Regina Isom of Colquitt.

Chloe has achieved many tasks for the present school term in DeKalb County. She played basketball for the 11-12-year-old "Lady Rattlers" Gresham Park Recreational League. She was one of eight girls on her team wearing #11 (same number as her great-aunt, Eloise Jones Emanuel who excelled also in basketball at Bethel High in the 1960s.

Chloe's team won seven games and lost one. They avenged their loss to "Brown's Mill Recreational Team, a member also of the recreational team in DeKalb County. They avenged by a score of 48-32. This game was played February 16, 2008. The Gresham Park Lady Rattlers played for the district championship on February 23 against Henry County.

Chloe loves basketball and practices everyday with and without a push. She also received two trophies for the state free throw championship.

We are all so proud of Chloe. She works hard and excels in both academics and athletics. She has been taught that academics are first, sports second.

She was a recipient of a number of awards for this school year including October 2007, Student of the Month and also Principal's List.

Chloe's dad, Chris, was a star player at Miller County High School and was a graduate of the class of '89. He also played and excelled for Georgia Southern University in Statesboro and the Army All-Stars basketball team, playing in different cities and countries.

Chloe says, "I am grateful to Coach Marianne at Miller County Elementary School for her inspiration and the many prayers and concerns of many here in Colquitt."

People in Colquitt wish for Chloe continued success in her academics and athletic abilities.

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