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Full Spectrum at the Tubman Museum

Middle Georgia Art Association President Mae Thurston talks about Full Spectrum at the Tubman.

Allah's Apprentice Performs on Mornin' Show

Vinson Muhammad talks about upcoming concert at the Douglass Theatre.

Saturday Basketball Scores

College Basketball Scores:

Paine College 95, Fort Valley State 86 (Women)

Paine College 89, Fort Valley State 70 (Men)

Middle Georgia College 67, Atlanta Metro 57 (Women)

Middle Georgia College 60, Atlanta Metro 52 (Men)

CGTC 71, Georgia Highlands 69 (Women)

CGTC 65, Georgia Highlands 61 (Men)


Prep Scores:

Warner Robins 47, Veterans 38 OT (Girls)

Rutland 69, Evans 30 (Boys)

Mount de Sales 56, Macon Area 47 (Girls)

Mount de Sales 58, Macon Area 55 (Boys)

Northeast 56, Southwest 47 (Boys)

Southwest 53, Northeast 28 (Girls)

Bleckley County 63, West Laurens 48 (Girls)

Bleckley County 82, West Laurens 42 (Boys)

Jones County 42, Monticello 38 (Girls)

Northside 42, Griffin 32 (Girls)

Northside 76, Griffin 69 (Boys)

Johnson County 29, Telfair 28 (Girls) (Middle School)

Mercer Overcomes USC Upstate, 82-74

MACON, Ga. (School Release) - Senior guard Travis Smith scored a game-high 24 points to help will the Mercer men's basketball team to an 82-74 win over USC Upstate in Saturday afternoon Atlantic Sun conference action at Hawkins Arena. 

Mercer's win pushed the team's home court winning streak to 10 and sent the squad to 12-8 (5-2 A-Sun) on the season.  USC Upstate suffered its first road loss in league play and fell to 9-10 (3-3 A-Sun).


Mercer Makes it Four Straight with Win over USC Upstate

MACON, Ga. - The Mercer women's basketball team has now won four games in a row for the first time since 2009 following a dominant 72-55 triumph over USC Upstate on Saturday afternoon at Hawkins Arena.

Mercer (10-7, 4-2 A-Sun) is now tied with the 2005-06 squad for the best 17-game start to a season since the Bears started 12-5 back in the 1991-92 campaign.

Sophomore Precious Bridges led all scorers with 23 points, on 11-of-24 shooting from the field, for her seventh 20-plus scoring effort of the season. Classmate Alicia Williams also had a solid afternoon, tallying a season-high 15 points on 5-of-8 shooting for the game.

Tickets on Sale for Legendary Music Artist

Dozens of people lined up at the Macon Centreplex to get tickets to see Elton John in concert.

The Crocodile Rock singer is coming to Macon and tickets went on sale Saturday morning.

This is the first time in over a decade Elton John will take the stage at the Centreplex.

Dr. Paul Firth says the ticket line moved quickly and that he can't wait to see the concert.

"It's a once in a lifetime thing, even though we know he is up in Atlanta he very rarely gives private concerts and I was told that ten years ago when he came down here he brought a wonderful piano and had a great concert," says Dr. Paul Firth of Macon.

Firth says the song he wants to hear live from the music legend is the classic, "Rocket Man."

Elton John will take the Centreplex stage March 20th at 8:00 p.m.

CGTC Sweeps Georgia Highlands

The Central Georgia Technical College Cougars defeated Georgia Highlands, 65-61.  The win was only the second victory in the last eight games for the Cougars.

Tobiasz Hose registered a double-double with 16 points and 12 rebounds.

The men start the final 9 games of the season on Wednesday when they host Gordon College at 7:30 p.m..

The CGTC Lady Cougars also picked up the win Saturday.  The Lady Cougars defeated No. 2 Georgia Highlands, 71-69.

CGTC is now 17 and 4 on the season. 

Four Lady Cougars reached double digits.  Shermika Harris had 12 points, Brea Walker put up 13 points and LaKeisha Beasley added 16 points.

Freshman Ta'Kierra Gibbs led CGTC with 16 points and 13 rebounds.

The Lady Cougars host top-seeded Darton College on January 23 at 5:30 p.m..