Armuchee boys win at hom
There were moments Friday night where Armuchee seemed inches away from turning a game-changing play. The Trion Bulldogs ensured those moments were few and far between however as the Bulldogs handled the Indians 34-7 at Armuchee.
Hannah Murray had a strong performance for the Armuchee Lady Indians’ prep softball team Monday, not only on the mound but also at the plate.
Fellowship Christian proved too much for Armuchee Friday night as the Paladins topped the Indians 44-17 in Armuchee.
Seven local teams are in action in what the Georgia High School Association deems as Week 0 for high school football tonight. That means every team in action this week will have two bye weeks between now and the end of the regular season on Nov. 7.
A quick downpour right as the game began probably had Armuchee players worried that Tuesday’s game would be yet another cancellation.
Cass had a 2-1 lead against Rome and it was a tight softball game, in all aspects, through the first three innings.
The Armuchee volleyball team broke even Tuesday night with an early-night 2-0 victory against Murray County and an 0-2 loss against Northwest Whitfield.
The Rome High prep volleyball team split a trimatch Monday against North Murray and Armuchee.
The Armuchee Indians hosted a scrimmage Friday night against Riverside Military Academy.
High school football players tired of hitting and tackling their teammates get a chance to hit some different opponents tonight as every Rome-area football team plays a preseason game. Three games feature local teams facing off with Model playing at Pepperell, Rome traveling to Calhoun and Coosa traveling to Gordon Central.
On Saturday morning at the Huffman Center at Darlington, eight local high school volleyball teams will enter the building and when the smoke clears one will leave as the 2014 Battle of the Counties champion.