Leading from start to finish and getting a break when North Alabama upset Valdosta State, the Lee women’s basketball team moved into a tie for second place in the Gulf South Conference standings with an impressive 60-44 win over visiting West Georgia.
MADISON — After coming away with their fourth Region 8-AAA title in a row, the Lady Hoop Dogs eliminated visiting Sonoraville this week in a lopsided 61-26 win in the first round of the Class AAA State Tournament.
In what proved to be nothing less than a dominating showing in the first round of the Class AAA State Tournament, the Calhoun boys turned in one of its best performances on both sides of the court in a 75-53 rout of the Hart County Bulldogs.
The Sonoraville Phoenix scratched and clawed to get back into Saturday’s Class AAA State Tournament first round game against Monroe Area, but in the end the comeback wasn’t to be thanks to a dramatic shot by the visiting Hurricanes.
Calhoun and Hart County went back and forth in an exciting, high-paced contest on Saturday in the first round of the Class AAA State Tournament, but it was the Lady Bulldogs who made the final run to earn the road victory.
WALESKA, Ga. — No. 16 Reinhardt began the 2017 softball season with a doubleheader sweep of Hiwassee College at Ken White Softball Field Saturday afternoon as the Lady Eagles earned wins by scores of 4-1 and 15-7 (5).
WALESKA, Ga. — For the fourth time this season, former Sonoravialle High stnadout Rebecca Cheeks has been named Appalachian Athletic Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week. The announcement was made by the conference office Monday afternoon.
Some performances are remembered by a team's fans for a long time. What Sonoraville did in the second half on Friday night and specifically what Wil Walraven did will probably never be forgotten by the Phoenix Nation.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Florida moves up five spots to No. 6 in the latest Oracle/ITA Collegiate Rankings, as recognition for the Gators’ two huge wins over USC and UCLA just keeps coming. Six Gators made it into the February 8th individual rankings, with five singles and one doubles pair representing UF.
Finding a way to win is the name of the game this time of the season, and there's no other way to describe what the Sonoraville Lady Phoenix did on Wednesday afternoon than they found a way to win. Their prize...a fifth straight trip to the Class AAA State Tournament.
The Sonoraville Lady Phoenix had their back against the wall on Monday night in the first round of the Region 6-AAA Tournament at Calhoun, and it was their lone senior they turned to for a dramatic season-extending, game-winning shot.
Calhoun saw rival Sonoraville battle multiple times to get back in the game on Friday, but it was the Jackets who made enough plays at crucial times to finish off the Region 6-AAA slate with a road victory.
The last time (and only time) the Falcons were in the Super Bowl, I was a sixth-grade student at Pepperell Middle School. Even that young, I remember the frenzy that took place the week leading up to the game.