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Wendy’s High School Heisman

Macon East seniors, Madison McKee and Bryson O’Malley were selected as Macon East nominees in the Wendy’s High School Heisman Scholarship program.  Since 1994, the Wendy’s High School Heisman program has honored student-athletes who maintain a 3.0 or above GPA and are role models in their school and community.

By |2018-05-02T17:33:41+00:00December 6th, 2017|Golf, News and Events, Softball|0 Comments

Two Macon East Athletes Named Player of the Year

Macon East baseball and softball teams ended their seasons as the AISA AA State Champions and State Runner-up.  Leading the teams were catcher Drew Baker and short stop Madisyn Kennedy, recently named the Montgomery Advertiser’s AISA All Metro Player of the Year for baseball and softball.  Baker’s state champion team finished the season 33-13 with Baker behind the plate at catcher.  In 6 appearances on the mound, Drew was 3 and 1 with a 2.15 ERA.  At the plate, he hit an impressive .396 with a .455 on base percentage and 37 RBIs.  The dynamic catcher/pitcher has earned himself a spot on the Chipola College team for the 2019 season.  Drew was also named to the AISA All State 2nd team.  Benched due to a knee injury, Drew was a member of the Macon East state champion basketball team.  Going into his senior season, Drew plans to lead the Knights back to the state playoffs working behind the plate and on the mound.

Madisyn Kennedy enters her junior year committed to play in the SEC at Mississippi State in 2020.  Also named 1st team in AISA All-State, Madisyn hit .486 in the 2017 season including 10 home runs and a .540 on base percentage.  She knocked in 77 runs and scored 69 in the Knights 63 game season.  Finishing the year 51-12, the Lady Knights lost the state championship game to Autauga after a 5-year reign as the state title holders.  A star on the volleyball and basketball court as well as the softball field, Madisyn is an all-around outstanding athlete and scholar in the classroom.  This junior powerhouse has two more seasons with the Knights before becoming a Bulldog, and she intends to add to her state champion ring collection.

By |2017-08-22T20:56:19+00:00August 22nd, 2017|Baseball, News and Events, Softball|0 Comments

Madiysn Kennedy Named 43rd in National Recruiting Class

Congratulations to Madisyn Kennedy, named 43rd in the nation for softball recruits in the class of 2019.  As a freshman, Madisyn hit .387 for the Knights last season and had a .433 on-base percentage.  Defensively she had only one error all  year earning her 1st team AISA all-state honors.  Madisyn has verbally committed to play at Mississippi State in 2020.

By |2017-04-26T17:20:14+00:00March 2nd, 2017|News and Events, Softball|0 Comments

Sears to Play at Southern Union

Macon East’s Sommer Sears signed her letter of intent to play softball with Southern Union State Community College. Sommer is a center fielder and a key player on the Lady Knights roster. She looks forward to joining the Bison next year and leading her Macon East team in another bid for the state title this spring.



By |2017-03-07T20:52:57+00:00December 12th, 2016|News and Events, Softball|0 Comments

Macon East Pitcher Commits to Play Softball

Macon East’s Lindsey Johnson signed today to play softball at William Carey University in Hattiesburg, MS.  Lindsey has battled back from a season ending ACL injury in her junior year, which was her first year with the Macon team. Following months of rehabilitation, Lindsey had an outstanding fall season with her Nashville travel team, the Music City Mustangs.   The Lady Knights are looking forward to another bid for the state title with Lindsey leading the pitching staff this spring.


By |2017-03-07T20:52:57+00:00November 28th, 2016|News and Events, Softball|0 Comments

Pullin Commits to University of Mobile

Macon East Academy softball player, Kaylee Pullin made her commitment official yesterday signing to play at the University of Mobile. Last year was Kaylee’s first season with the Lady Knights, and she was a huge asset to the team at 2nd base. She helped Macon East continue their reign as the AISA AA State Champions, and hopes to keep the streak going this spring. Kaylee was recruited by the Rams during her sophomore season and is excited to finally make her commitment official.


By |2017-03-07T20:52:57+00:00November 8th, 2016|News and Events, Softball|0 Comments

Softball Team Receives Rings

The Lady Knights Softball team received their state championship rings at Macon East Academy’s annual Night with the Knights back to school event.  This is the 5th consecutive state title for the Lady Knights under the leadership of coach and MEA headmaster Glynn Lott.  The team lost only 2 seniors in the class of 2016, and are excited about another bid for the championship this spring.  Senior Paxton Searle, who plans to walk on with the Troy Trojans program, was in attendance, while Jesi Garrett was unable be there to receive her 10th state title ring (5 additional for volleyball).  Jesi is currently attending the College of Coastal Georgia where she is on the volleyball and softball teams.  Many of the Lady Knights spent the off season traveling with their summer teams and training for the spring of 2017.


By |2017-03-07T20:52:59+00:00August 29th, 2016|News and Events, Softball|0 Comments

All-State Softball & Baseball

Five Lady Knights softball players were named to the AISA All-State 1st team (Paxton Searle, Jesi Garrett, Kaylee Pullin, Sommer Sears, and Madisyn Kennedy).  Dawn Johnson received all-state honorable mention.  Paxton Searle was honored as the AISA Player of the Year and Pitcher of the Year and was named to the Super All-State team as one of the top 10 high school players in the state.  Paxton will attend Troy on an academic scholarship in the fall and has plans to walk on the school’s softball team.  Playing primarily pitcher, Searle helped lead Macon East to a fifth straight AISA championship. She was 42-6 with a 2.24 ERA, including 17 shutouts this season, plus hit .489 with 15 home runs and 78 RBIs.  Paxton Searle is just the fourth AISA player in history to make the softball Super All-State list.

Chapman Dean and Seth Meadows were named to the AISA All-State Baseball 1st team.

By |2016-06-27T19:02:01+00:00June 13th, 2016|Baseball, News and Events, Softball|0 Comments

2016 Softball State Champions

With a season record of 53-10, the Lady Knights softball team did it again this year sweeping the competition at the AISA AA state tournament to win their 5th consecutive title.  Entering the tournament as the second seeded team after a disappointing loss at Region to Edgewood Academy, the Knights faced an uphill battle for the championship.  In the state tournament at Lagoon Park May 6-7, MEA defeated Clarke Prep (17-0) and Pickens Academy (3-2) in the first day of play.  On Saturday morning, the Knights got the win over Edgewood (8-5) to reach the finals setting up a rematch with a strong Pickens team.  It was a 1-0 win over Pickens that clenched the 5th straight state championship for head coach Glynn Lott and his team.  Seniors Paxton Searle and Jesi Garrett began their softball careers together as 5 year olds at Montgomery American, and have led the Macon team this season.  Searle pitched in all 4 games at the state tournament including 2 shutouts.  With 4 team home runs for the tournament and 58 for the season, it was 8th grader Kayla Boroff’s 3-run homer for the win over Pickens Friday that kept them in the winners bracket.  With that at-bat Boroff clenched a spot on the all-tournament team along with Jesi Garrett and Madisyn Kennedy.  Earning all four wins for the Knights, Paxton Searle was named tournament MVP.  The Lady Knights are now the reigning 5 time state champions in both softball and volleyball, and both teams are looking for #6 next season.

Softball State Champs #5

By |2017-03-07T20:53:00+00:00May 11th, 2016|News and Events, Softball|0 Comments

Senior Athletes Recognized

As the baseball and softball seasons come to an end, the senior athletes and their parents were recognized for their hard work and commitment to MEA athletics.  Seniors Chapman Dean, Austin Reese, and Ty Thomas led the baseball team to the second round of the playoffs and an overall 23-13 season record.  The team was ranked in the top ten all season and finished 2nd in area play.  Lady Knights seniors, Paxton Searle and Jesi Garrett, are once again leading their team to the state tournament.  Coming off a tough loss for the Region title, the team remains ranked number one and has their eye on a 5th consecutive state championship.  With a record of 48-9 the Lady Knights play Clarke Prep at 12:00 p.m. Friday, May 6 at Lagoon Park.  Congratulations seniors on your outstanding high school athletic career accomplishments.


Softball Srs

By |2017-03-07T20:53:00+00:00April 28th, 2016|Baseball, News and Events, Softball|0 Comments