CAVE SPRING — With every touchdown their opponent scored, the home team continued to fight. And that is all that mattered to their coach.
It was not exactly the way Georgia School for the Deaf wanted to start the season, but coach Erik Whitworth knows the team learned plenty.
Senior leadership is the backbone of success for most teams, and boys’ basketball in Floyd County followed that narrative this season.
Darlington and Model girls’ basketball teams played each other four times this past season. Chances are, fans’ attentions were drawn to one of two players who were doing everything they could for their team.
The Georgia School for the Deaf basketball teams played in the annual Mason-Dixon Athletic Association tournaments this past week.
Georgia School for the Deaf varsity basketball teams traveled to Valley Head, Alabama, Tuesday to play Valley Head High School’s teams.
The Georgia School for the Deaf basketball teams competed in the Hackney Classic tournament over the weekend at the Alabama School for the Deaf in Talladega, Alabama.
Ga. School for the Deaf boys 47, Morris Innovative 46
The boys’ and girls’ basketball teams at the Georgia School for the Deaf in Cave Spring finished their weekend on a high note as both squads won their last two games in the Viking Classic round-robin tournament.