The Masonic Lodges of Rockmart and Aragon are teaming up once again in an effort to raise money for the community and have some fun with their annual golf tournament coming up soon.
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The metal bats have been ringing and the crowds roaring with each hit over at the Bert Wood Youth and Athletic Center in Cedartown for the past two weekends, where youth from around the area came to play in two different age groups.
It turned out the weather was just right for a day of fun around the pond at Kenview Farms just outside of Rockmart for the annual Kids Fishing Rodeo for 2019.
There’s a rising star in local baseball, and he looks to follow in the footsteps of his bigger brother onto the Jackets varsity team in coming years. Maybe just throwing from the mound instead of catching behind the plate.
The Rockmart baseball team have already received accolades for their run through the state playoffs, and fighting all the way to the final out to reach state runner up status for the 2019 season.
Rockmart’s Zoryan Hendricks reached several major accomplishments during his high school career, including recently winning the GHSA AA 300 meter hurdles state championship on May 11 at Valhalla Stadium in Rome, GA.
The Rockmart High School girls basketball team welcomes a new head coach as they begin their summer training and continue play in a summer tournament league.
Those visiting Cedartown’s Biggers Field in the coming months will get to enjoy $94,000 in improvements. That includes fresh paint, renovated and updated bathroom facilities, an updated concession stand and protective netting to keep spectators and players safe.
Rockmart’s Nathan Dean Sports Complex expects to remain busy in the weekends to come as they continue to play host to teams from around the southeast in softball tournaments.
Cedartown First United Methodist Church and Pastor Michael Broome opened the doors to the fellowship hall on the evening of Thursday, May 16 to host Cedartown softball players, coaches and parents to enjoy a end-of-season banquet.
Mary Ella Owen is going to be a Shorter Lady Hawk this coming fall as she completed the last step on her journey to college with her name added to the dotted line of an offer to join the school’s tennis program.
One of Cedartown’s stars who helped set the tone in several sports over the past years is on his way to college coming this fall with a scholarship first for the Bulldogs athletics programs.
Rockmart’s Griffin Pace recently reached a major accomplishment in his life and sports career by winning the GHSA Class AA title in wrestling for 182 pound weight class, and now adds to his list of accomplishments with nothing more than his signature accepting a scholarship to Life Universit…
With a state title on the line Monday, the Rockmart High School Yellow Jackets baseball team doesn't need many more reasons to celebrate. They got one more anyhow with the recent announcement of Region 7-AA honors as the week comes to a close.
ROCKMART — The Rockmart Yellow Jackets are Macon-bound after rallying late Wednesday in Game 3 of the Class AA Final Four round for a 7-5 win over Callaway.
The 29th annual Ayers-Beck Celebrity Golf Tournament got in between stormy weather on Friday at the Cherokee Golf and Country Club in Cedartown without a problem.
Georgia Highlands College has appointed David Mathis as the new Director of Athletics. Former Director and Head Men’s Basketball Coach Phil Gaffney has accepted a position as head coach for Gulf Coast State College’s men’s basketball team in Panama City, Florida.
Rockmart’s Dylan Bailey always dreamed of getting to play at the next level on the baseball diamond. Now he’ll get that chance as he heads off this fall to begin his studies at Jacksonville State University.
The months have come and gone without much mention of football, but with the return of spring the Rockmart Yellow Jackets got a chance to take to the practice field for the first time in 2019.
ROCKMART — Around eight hours after the first pitch of Rockmart and Harlem’s series finale, each team’s fate was finally decided. And for the homestanding Yellow Jackets, the season continues.
ROCKMART — It took three games to decide the Rockmart baseball team’s fate in the Sweet 16, and late Wednesday night the Yellow Jackets were hoping their time in the Elite Eight would turnout the same.
The Cedartown boys golf team is headed to Columbus in the coming weeks to try and tee up a state title win after qualifying with a good run through the Region 5-4A tournament to close out April.
Cedartown is sending yet another scholar athlete onward to college as Lady Bulldog Grayson Smith is headed off to Carrollton in the fall to study and cheer for the Wolves starting in 2019.
ROCKMART — After splitting a doubleheader to open their Class AA second round series with Elbert County, the Rockmart Yellow Jackets knew they would need to pull together one more solid outing to keep their season alive.
Rockmart split its Sweet 16 games against Elbert County on Thursday at home, setting up a decisive Game 3 for Friday between the top-ten ranked squads.
A good start for 2019 in recreation soccer in Cedartown means that plans are in the works to continue the expansion of the fall league as well, according to local department officials.
Full results are in for the 22nd annual Cedar Valley Arts Festival 5K/10K race in Cedartown on Saturday, April 27. See below for winners and times for participants.
With several teams still playing on local fields against those in Rockmart, the Cedartown Recreation Department is keeping busy on softball diamonds through the rest of May, and has plans for a fall league as well.
The weather was perfect over the weekend for the annual Cedar Valley Arts Festival road race to open the annual event in downtown Cedartown as runners took off down College Street for a 5K/10K in 2019.
The Rockmart Yellow Jackets got a complete sweep in the first round, finishing off Booker T. Washington in a pair of shutout victories to head to the Sweet 16.
The Rockmart girls’ tennis team is officially in the Final Four thanks to a decisive win over Dodge County. Now, boasting a 22-1 record, the girls need only a two more team wins to become the overall state champions.
For the Region 7-AA baseball from Greater Rome that entered the first round of the state playoffs, they each made sure to leave no doubt in their determination to make it to the second round.