Caleb Shiflett threw another solid complete game and got some major help at the plate as Coosa wrapped up a 16-1 win Thursday over Armuchee after scoring 11 runs in the fifth inning of the Region 7-AA tilt.
A local gymnast will compete in the USA Gymnastics Regionals next month in Florida after posting top ten finishes at the state meet last weekend.
This Saturday, the Berry College baseball team will be hosting a fundraiser to support the Northwest Georgia Alzheimer’s Association in an effort to make a difference in the community.
The YMCA’s Arsenal Rome Select and Academy teams roared back into action this past weekend. The Select teams posted 7 wins, 2 losses, and a tie to boost their season record to 9-7-2. The Academy teams went 4-7-2 with SSA Kennesaw Black and SSA North GA Gray making their season record 11-19-5.
The race atop the Region 7-AA standings is still close, but the Model boys’ soccer team managed to add just a little more space for itself on Wednesday.
A group of Berry College swimmers will be heading to the NCAA Division III Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships this week for the first time in the school’s history.
Rain left many local baseball teams with the decision to postpone their games Tuesday, but Darlington managed to get its’ contest in, and in short order as well.
Lifted by the performances of nearly each one of its 100 competing athletes, the Rome High track and field team made the return of the Rome Relays a hometown victory.
What’s green, glowing, foamy and fast? On Saturday night, it was the 1,500-plus runners and walkers who sped through Downtown Rome during the Harbin Clinic Leprechaun-a-thon 5K and Health Walk.
The learning moments are coming for the Rome Wolves as they get adjusted to a new coach and a new season. But they are finding winning moments as well to keep their focus positive.
A lot of work goes into hosting any track and field event, but Rome High coach Nick Bridges admits the one he and his staff are organizing today at Barron Stadium has him a little more nervous than usual.
Armuchee’s Jacob Stanley struck out four through five innings of work during Friday’s 12-6 baseball win against Model in a Region 7-AA contest in Shannon.
A large selection of high school basketball players who have become some of the area’s top performers over the last four years took their curtain call Thursday night.
The Rome Area Volleyball Club's 17 Blue team placed second at the C4 South Carpet Capital Tournament earlier this month in Dalton. Shown are coach Dusty Cothran (from left), players Brette Bata, Erin Paul, Maggie Bagwell, Carson Powell, Katy Ingram, Grace Stanley, Katie Beth Davis, Emma Ledf…
Coosa senior Caleb Shiflett took the mound for the Eagles Thursday afternoon and firmly planted himself there for the entire game to propel his team to a 6-0 win over Region 7-AA foe Model.
The YMCA’s Arsenal Rome Select and Academy teams got a few games in this past weekend before the weather shut everything down. The Select teams went 0-2-1 to make their season record 2-5-1, while the Academy teams went to Smyrna and posted a 2-7 record, making their season record 7-12-3.
Kathryne Ledbetter scored six goals as the Darlington girls’ lacrosse team opened strong against visiting Bremen on Wednesday on the way to a 15-7 win.
Is it really worth the money to hire a guide? That is the question I have heard from lots of fishing friends and acquaintances over the years, and there are two possible answers; mostly yes and rarely no.
Para-athletes from around the world are spread out across the Rome Tennis Center at Berry College this week for the International Tennis Federation Georgia Open.
A windy Tuesday afternoon set the Model boys’ and girls’ tennis teams up for a 5-0 win over their Chattooga counterparts as part of a packed afternoon at the Rome Tennis Center at Berry College.
The No. 8 Berry College softball team remained undefeated in Southern Athletic Association play Saturday, topping Millsaps on the road 4-0 and 6-1 to improve to 18-3 on the year.
Jennifer Espinoza completed a hat trick with two early goals in the second half Friday to lift Model’s girls’ soccer team to a 7-2 win over Region 7-AA foe Coosa in Shannon.
A grudge match between two tough Region 7-AA soccer squads was decided in the final 40 minutes Friday night as Model and Coosa’s boys worked their way through the cold night air.
After leading by as many as 20 points in the first half Friday against South Georgia Tech, the Georgia Highlands men’s basketball team saw its season come to an end.
Rome Area Volleyball’s 16 blue team opened its season last weekend at the Push1 block party tournament in Hiram. The team finished with seven set wins and three losses to place second. Shown are coach Lisa Carper (from left) and players Emma Dickinson, Maggie Jon White, Kaylee Adams, Halle M…
The Rome High boys’ tennis team fought hard on the courts Thursday afternoon and managed to pull out a 3-2 win over Region 7-5A foe Kell at the Rome Tennis Center at Berry College.
Less than two weeks after steering the Berry College men’s basketball team to its first-ever Southern Athletic Association title, head coach Jeff Rogers is resigning.
There’s no panic in the voice of Georgia Highlands College head men’s basketball coach Phil Gaffney as he talks about his team’s season heading into the conference semifinals.
Unity Christian School student-athlete Collin Mathis made his post-high school plans solid Thursday as he officially signed to run track at Berry College.
The Trout Expo was a great success, with about 200 folks attending the Trout Unlimited educational event. A troop of scouts enjoyed the casting competitions and several walked away with fishing outfits that were given away as door prizes.
The YMCA’s Arsenal Rome Select and Academy teams began play this past weekend for the spring season. The Select teams got 2 wins and 3 losses while the Academy teams went 2-3-3 hosting Atlanta’s Concorde on Saturday and 2-3 hosting Dalton and Chattanooga teams on Sunday.
Freshman Janet Hartman scored a hat trick for the Rome High girls’ soccer team Tuesday night, the last goal of which came early in overtime to give the Lady Wolves a 4-3 comeback win over East Paulding.
The quest for a fourth straight conference title began with a victory for the Georgia Highlands men’s basketball team Tuesday on its home court.
FT. MYERS, Fla. — Spring baseball has brought the snow birds, which has brought slow moving traffic, which is an emotional menace for the locals who, nonetheless, welcome their northern visitors who enhance the bottom line.
Head Coach David Beasley earned his 600th career victory after 21 seasons at the helm, as the Berry College baseball program defeated the Emory University Eagles 6-3 on Sunday afternoon.
The Rome boys’ track and field team defended their home in their first big test of the outdoor season Saturday, winning the Rome Invitational at Barron Stadium.
More than 100 players from as far away as Macon and Birmingham, Alabama, took over Thornton Recreation Center for the inaugural Rome Pickleball Classic.
MILLEDGEVILLE — For 16 minutes Saturday afternoon, the Model girls’ basketball team made progress in defeating the stigma surrounding the court that had been the final stop in their season each of the last two years.
Romin Williams came off the bench for Emory University and scored a game-high 25 points as the Eagles pulled away late Friday to defeat Berry College 91-72 in the opening round of the NCAA Division III men’s basketball tournament.
Finishing the program’s single-game record, the Berry College women’s lacrosse team was lifted by a seven-goal performance from Rose Blanchard to best the Battling Bishops of North Carolina Wesleyan 23-4 on Thursday.
The varsity girls’ basketball teams from Model and Unity Christian School took home the top awards at the 32nd annual Northwest Georgia Tip-Off Club Banquet, which was held Thursday night at Berry College’s Krannert Center Ballroom.
A Region 7-AA showdown on the soccer field came down to penalty kicks Friday night as Model’s boys outshot Pepperell 5-4 in a shootout to earn the 3-2 win.
Chances at revenge on a state level are sometimes hard to come by for high school teams when the playoff brackets fall where they may. Hard work, though, can always be held as a constant goal, no matter the situation.