The postponement of the Class 5A football state championship game last week caused a tempest of emotions to spring forth from Rome High fans and the community.
After earning his second straight All-America honor from the American Football Coaches Association earlier this week, Berry College’s Mamadou Soumahoro has been named to The Associated
As much as it has been a point of frustration this week for the Rome High football faithful, the situation remains the same: If the Wolves want to win back-to-back state championships, they will have to do so in Warner Robins.
Rome’s Mason Hunter successfully defended his mark as one of the top swimmers in the state this past weekend at the Georgia Senior State Short Course Championships.
The Lady Chargers closed out their last home game before the Holiday break with a 64-53 GCAA Conference win over the Lady Bobcats of East Georgia State.
Darlington boys’ basketball coach Bradley Pierson is still learning something in each game during his first season as the Tigers’ head coach.
Living up to its rivalry roots, Tuesday’s Region 7-AA game between Armuchee and Model’s boys came down to the wire but ultimately went to the host Indians, 77-74.
For the second straight season, Berry College’s Mamadou Soumahoro has been selected to the American Football Coaches Association All-America first team.
A number of local high school softball players have made the cut as members of the 2017 Georgia Athletic Coaches Association’s All-State Teams.
If the Georgia High School Association was looking to make any friends from Rome and Floyd County, it sure didn't do it on Friday.
All week long, whether in practice, watching film or just around the school, one word has resonated with the Rome High football team — Finish.
In the unlikely event that any football championship games have to be postponed this weekend because of winter weather conditions, the GHSA wants to make fans aware of the contingency plan.
Last Friday night, former Rome High quarterback Brian Watters was filled with joy as he watched the Wolves dominate Buford 45-7 to reach a second straigh state championship game.
A second-half push by Georgia Highlands’ women’s basketball team was erased by Albany State on Wednesday as the Lady Chargers fell 72-63 in the GCAA contest.
Berry College head football coach Tony Kunczewski has collected another coach of the year honor after D3football.com announced its All-South Region teams.
The Rome Arsenal G14 Athena squad captured the Atlanta Showdown tournament this past weekend in John's Creek. Arsenal compiled three wins and a tie and faced two U15 teams during the event. Arsenal grabbed a 2-1 win in the opening game against Peachtree City Football Club. Ashley Marin and P…
While neither team had a perfect game, both Model basketball squads proved Tuesday night that good things happen to those who defend in the second half.
A tournament in its 64th year of existence can produce plenty of memories. Two women who were a part of many of them got to share their feelings about the annual Holiday Festival basketball tournament on Tuesday.
WACO, Texas — Berry College head football coach Tony Kunczewski has been selected as the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Regional Coach of the Year after leading his team to the best season in program history.
Adversity and dedication have become two running themes in Paul Chelimo’s career as a track and field athlete. And they’ve both helped him become one of the top 5K runners in the world.
Plenty of Rome fans entered Barron Stadium on Friday night confident their team could beat Buford for a second consecutive year.
A trip to Florida ended on a high note for the Georgia Highlands College men’s basketball team as they wrapped up the Panhandle Classic in Marianna, Florida on Saturday with a 92-87 win over No. 11 Chipola College.
As his players celebrated on the turf Friday night at Barron Stadium, Rome head coach John Reid could only stand among them and smile, unable to produce words.
It was last year in the Georgia Dome when Knox Kadum, the then sophomore quarterback for Rome High, scored a pair of touchdowns against Buford in the Class 5A state championship game.
Darlington’s Nick Mauer (seated, center) signs to play baseball for Belmont Abbey College in Charlotte, N.C. Joining Mauer are Tami Mauer (seated, from left), Darrell Modlin, Darlington head baseball coach Matt Larry (standing, from left) and Darlington Athletic Director Eddie Guth. (Contrib…
Pepperell’s Baylee Wright (seated, center) signs to play softball for Georgia Highlands College. Joining Wright are Georgia Highlands assistant coach Karlie Worley (seated, from left), her mother Lindy Lee, Pepperell Athletic Director Rick Hurst (standing, from left), Pepperell softball coac…
The Georgia Highlands men’s basketball team came up short Friday in the Panhandle Classic in Marianna, Fla., falling to Gulf Coast 65-63. Jeremiah Buford led GHC with 17 points, Khalyl Watters scored 12 points, and TaJuan Johnson and DeMarkus Addie each scored 10.
Andrew Wilder scored 17 points Friday to lift the Pepperell boys’ basketball team to an 82-78 season-opening win against Dade County. Dawson Melton added 16 points for the Dragons (1-0), and Jamal Ware scored nine.
A figure from the earliest days of Shorter University football is returning to the school to lead the athletic department in a time of uncertainty.
It may have been two decidedly different games, but the outcomes were the same for Unity Christian’s varsity basketball teams on their home court Thursday evening.
The Pepperell Dragons Black Mites finished as the runners-up in the Rome-Floyd Unified Football League. Shown are Wade Huckaby (front row, from left), Andrew Busby, Jordan Rogers, Demitrius Dawson, D.P. Busby, Eric Self, Leland McAlee (second row, from left), Pacey Smith, Lawson Davenport, E…
After his team had racked up more than 50 points on a region champion in less than three quarters, Rome coach John Reid made a familiar decision last Friday night.
An evening of honoring the top high school cross country talent in the area will precede a morning of running for a good cause this weekend.
Georgia Highlands College's women's basketball team hung on for a 71-64 win at home over Atlanta Metro College on Wednesday, improving its conference record to 2-0.
Former University of Georgia head football coach, Vince Dooley, will sign copies of his books and other collegiate memorabilia on Thursday, Nov. 30, at the Rome Kroger on Turner McCall Boulevard from 4-6 p.m.. Dooley coached the UGA football team for 25 years and led the Bulldogs to over 200…
Their first game of the season pitted the Rockmart girls’ against Region 7-AA foe Coosa in a contest that had both teams working to stay in step with the other.
The Berry College men’s basketball team outscored Toccoa Falls 106-53 on the road Monday night, posting their greatest margin of victory since the school joined NCAA Division III.
Berry College's Caleb Johnson has been selected as the Southern Athletic Association (SAA) Men's Basketball Player of the Week after putting up 22 points against Emory University in last week's contest.