Calhoun High named a new head coach for the competition cheerleading program to try and continue the legacy and success it has accomplished over the last two decades.
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The 6-AAA All-Region Baseball Team was announced this week and several Calhoun and Sonoraville players made the cut following impressive seasons.
It’s hard to get to the top in sports and win a single championship, but it’s even harder to stay at the top and achieve multiple championships.
Calhoun High senior Esvin Garcia (front row, center) signed a track and cross country scholarship with the University of Montevallo (Montevallo, Ala.) on Thursday.
The Northwest Georgia High School Anglers Association (NWGHSAA) held it’s end of the year banquet on Tuesday night at Heritage Point in Dalton, and two Calhoun fishing teams were honored.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Bobby Wilson hit a go-ahead grand slam in the eighth inning in a game that saw the Oklahoma City Dodgers and Albuquerque Isotopes trade the lead three times in the late innings, as the Dodgers won, 8-6, Tuesday night at Isotopes Park.
Sonoraville High senior Sommer Quinn (front row, center) signed a volleyball scholarship with Reinhardt University (Waleska, Ga.) on Friday.
Sonoraville High senior Baylea Richards (front row, second from left) signed a volleyball scholarship with Middle Georgia State University (Macon, Ga.) on Friday.
The Calhoun Lady Jackets completed a three-peat on Tuesday afternoon as they won the Class AAA State Golf Championship for the third straight season.
On May 13, the Sonoraville High Fishing teams competed in the 2017 Season Ending Classic for the Northwest Georgia High School Anglers Association at Lake Chickamaua.
The Calhoun girls were halfway to repeating as Class AAA State champs for a third straight year following the first round of play in the Class AAA State Tournament on Monday.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Samford University track and field team’s historic 2017 campaign continued in strong fashion Thursday as a school-record 12 Bulldogs, including former Calhoun High standout Keyth Fightmaster, qualified to compete in the NCAA East Regional to be held in Lexington, Kentucky,…
Sonoraville fans got a little taste of what’s to come this Fall as the Phoenix held their annual Spring Game to conclude two weeks of practice on Friday.
The Calhoun girls golf team is taking a road trip on Monday with hopes of coming back on Tuesday with their third straight Class AAA State title.
Sonoraville High has added some new faces to their athletic department recently that they hope will continue and build on the success the program has achieved recently.
Calhoun High senior Chapin Rierson (front row, center) signed a basketball scholarship with Georgia College and State University (Milledgeville, Ga.) on Thursday.
Sonoraville High senior Ian Clark (front row, center) signed a wrestling scholarship with Life University (Marietta, Ga.) on Thursday.
Gearing up for another potential AAA State Playoff run, the Calhoun football team capped off Spring practice and treated the Yellow Jacket faithful to an early glimpse of the 2017 version of the team during the annual Black and Gold Spring Game on Wednesday.
GAINESVILLE — All good things must come to an end, and Calhoun’s impressive and improbable run through the Class AAA State Playoffs did just that on Wednesday.
A larger number of local athletes made the long trip to Albany last weekend for the Class AAA and AA State Track Meets at Hugh Mills Stadium, and several came back with impressive performances to brag about.
The Sonoraville boys golf team earned bragging rights last week as they defeated Calhoun and Gordon Central for the City-County Tournament title.
ATLANTA — Calhoun put the season on the shoulders of their sophomore starting pitcher on Thursday night, and the underclassmen responded with an outing that will be remembered for a long time by the Yellow Jackets’ faithful.
CUMMING — Calhoun High School Long Snapper, Zane McCracken, was declared a standout participant at the Rubio Long Snapping Camp in Cumming, Georgia on Sunday, April 30.
ROUND ROCK, Tex. —Former Calhoun High star Charlie Culberson hit a leadoff home run and the Oklahoma City Dodgers built an early four-run lead to pave the way to a 6-2 win over the Round Rock Express Sunday afternoon at Dell Diamond.
After impressive performances on Tuesday, the Calhoun girls team and Sonoraville’s Clara Hulsey are both headed to compete for a possible state title.
ATLANTA — Calhoun and Lovett have played several memorable, highly-competitive playoff series in the past, and Wednesday’s Class AAA Elite Eight matchup followed that same script as the two teams battled to a split in a doubleheader to force a decisive Game 3 on Thursday.
Gordon Central High senior Cailey Martin (seated, third from left) signed a basketball scholarship with Toccoa Falls College (Toccoa, Ga.) on Monday.
Calhoun High senior Jack Rhea (front row, center) signed a track and field scholarship with Aquinas College (Grand Rapids, Mich.) on Friday.
ATLANTA — Sonoraville seized momentum and looked as if they were headed to play for their first-ever state title, but Westminster snatched it right back with a second-half penalty kick and then ended the historic season for the Phoenix in heartbreaking fashion in a penalty-kick shootout in t…
JONESBORO — The storybook season for the Calhoun Lady Jackets didn’t have the happy ending the players, coaches and fans ultimately hoped for, but they still walked out of the Clayton County International Park Tennis Center with their heads held high on Saturday.
The Sonoraville fishing team had three boats participate in the Costa High School BASSMaster Southern Regional Qualifier on April 29 at Lake Chickamauga. The field of boats totaled 347, with over 1,000 total participants. There were high school teams from all over the United States participa…
ATLANTA — Calhoun’s season came to an end on Saturday night in the Class AAA Elite Eight as they had some unfortunate bounces not go their way combined with a very tough opponent that made the most of their opportunities.
NORCROSS — Good leaders not only show their true character when things go well but also when things do not go their way. Sonoraville’s Kevin Villatoro put that on full display on Saturday afternoon as the senior came right back from missing a big chance to put his team ahead in the second ha…
The Calhoun Lady Jackets started Friday’s Class AAA Elite Eight game vs. Pace Academy with a bang, but despite some solid defensive work against a powerful Lady Knights’ attack, their record-breaking season came to a sudden end.
Calhoun High senior Cody Workman (front row, center) signed a swimming scholarship with Asbury University (Wilmore, Kent.) on Wednesday.
Calhoun began Spring Practice on Monday as their first step toward officially bringing in the 2017 season. The Jackets will have nine practices
The Calhoun Yellow Jackets scored a clutch second-half goal to break a tie and played smothering defense from there to clinch their third straight trip to the Elite Eight on Wednesday.
LUDOWICI — Sonoraville’s Kevin Villatoro has taken on a leadership role not just this season but the last two seasons, and the senior’s importance to the Phoenix was on full display on Wednesday night once again.
The Calhoun Yellow Jackets are feeling ‘Elite’ after a long road trip to Brantley County on Wednesday in the second round of the Class AAA State Tournament. The Jackets rolled to a 17-4 victory in Game 1 and then clinched their second straight trip to the Elite Eight with a 9-6 win in Game 2.
The Gordon Central boys and girls golf teams both competed at their respective Area 3-AA Tournaments this week with the girls playing at the Calhoun Elks Club on Monday and the boys at Fields Ferry on Tuesday.
Sonoraville High senior Sidney Stone (front row, center) signed a soccer scholarship with Oglethorpe University (Atlanta, Ga.) on Wednesday.