Armuchee boys win at hom
While soccer remains a team game, wins and losses are often times determined by the goalkeeper. That individual’s efforts, both physically and vocally, affect the game in extraordinary ways.
Twelve area individuals and three area relay teams placed among the state’s best in track and field this season providing multiple highlights at Jefferson in the Georgia High School Association State Track Meet.
For the Rome Wolves and Model Blue Devils, with their respective ace pitchers on the mound, each team knew it had a fighter’s chance at walking away with the win.
Region 7-AA will be well represented at the state golf tournament Monday in Augusta when Calhoun’s boys and girls along with Coosa’s boys and Armuchee’s girls and two more local individuals take to the course.
Fall-like conditions welcomed Floyd County fans Friday night as all four county schools played spring scrimmage games to conclude spring practice.
Excitement, youth and a need for more time highlight comments from local coaches this week as Coosa, Armuchee, Model and Pepperell gear up for the end of spring football practice with scrimmage games tonight.
After winning just one game in each of the past two seasons, Muhammad Abdellatif wants to change the Armuchee Indians’ collective mindset heading into his first season as head coach.
Three Armuchee High School soccer players have been selected for the 2014 Georgia High School Soccer All-Star games sponsored by DiVarsity All-Star Soccer at diversity.com. Emily Reese, a senior defender; Erin Massey, a junior goalkeeper; and Claire Bettler, a sophomore midfielder, were invited to participate in the All-Star games to be played Sunday at Sprayberry High School in Marietta.
Armuchee’s girl’s soccer team dropped a Class AA second round playoff game to Greater Atlanta Christian on the road 10-0 Wednesday afternoon.
Armuchee and Calhoun’s girls’ soccer teams each face tough tests in tonight’s second round of the Class AA State Playoffs.