The holidays can be a hectic time for anyone, but Berry College head coach Tony Kunczewski certainly has had a busy week. Keeping his players focused in practice while planning a trip 1,000 miles north of Berry’s campus can do that.
Experience and preparation have been important parts of the Rome Wolves’ success this season, leading to an undefeated record and a No. 1 ranking that has lasted since the preseason.
A group of Darlington School wrestlers recently competed in the Cliff Keen USA Wrestling Preseason Nationals on the campus of the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls, Iowa.
The Darlington Tigers know how few teams get this far, and they know the stakes attached to each passing win. And while the opposition only gets tougher, Darlington can only trust in the skills that have gotten it there.
Playing their third game in four days, Armuchee’s girls challenged Cherokee County under the basket Tuesday evening but were unable to get over the hump.
Sophomore Mackenzie Smith finished with a double-double, scoring 10 points and grabbing 16 rebounds, as she led the Berry College women’s basketball team in a 55-46 win over Wesleyan on Monday.
The rise of the Berry College football program, as well as the talented players who helped it happen, have been recognized by its conference before. But this season has raised the bar.
Shorter University’s volleyball team saw its postseason run come to an end Saturday afternoon as the Lady Hawks fell to West Florida 3-0 in the semifinals of the Gulf South Conference tournament.
TaJuan Johnson scored 17 points and had eight assists to lead Georgia Highlands College’s men to a 120-61 win over ABI Academy at The Corral on Saturday. The Chargers had seven players in double digits.
Calhoun High senior Carson Kemp (seated, second from right) signed a baseball scholarship with Carson-Newman University (Jefferson City, Tenn.) on Wednesday.
It took just more than a quarter Friday night for Rome to get a firm grasp on what Southwest DeKalb thought it could succeed with on offense.
FRANKLIN — Pepperell football coach Rick Hurst stood around his players late Friday night almost in tears. His team made big plays all night, staying with a region champion despite playing on the road and without some of its best players. But in the end, it came a few big plays short against…
The Cedartown Bulldogs’ playoff run came to an end with a trip to Marist, where the War Eagles cut the Bulldogs’ season off with a 31-18 loss Friday night.
After a high school career that has helped Coosa establish itself as one of the elite volleyball programs in the state, Taylor Roberts is glad to get to continue playing the sport she loves.
The Lady Hawks are semifinals bound for the fourth time in program history, earning a four-set win over Alabama Huntsville in the opening match of the GSC Tournament Friday afternoon.
Rome High's swim team swept the top points standings in the boys' and girls' competition Thursday evening in a meet against Creekview and Cartersville at Rome High School
Berry College women’s cross country runners Alainna Chretien and Abby Carroll are preparing this week to run at the NCAA DIII National Championship Race in Eslah, Illinois, on Saturday.
Rome offensive coordinator Chris Boden is always thinking about the next play. There’s no room to pause for a moment or take in what his team is accomplishing. There’s only time to keep the offense rolling to its next move.
Gordon Powers says he’s never really cared about the numbers of being a football coach, just the young men he’s helped develop over nearly four decades on the sidelines.
The Rome YMCA’s Arsenal Soccer Club Select teams wrapped up a first and four 2nds this weekend as they battled hard to post 2 wins, 6 losses, and a tie and give them a season record 57-41-8.
Pepperell football coach Rick Hurst has not heard much about what people are saying before the Dragons’ second round matchup at Heard County on Friday night. But with the talent on Heard’s sideline, he can imagine.
There were some of the expected trappings of a first game of the season for both the Armuchee and Gordon Lee girls’ basketball teams on the home court of Shorter University on Wednesday.
The Gulf South Conference announced its annual list of All-Conference football honorees Tuesday with Shorter University’s Lewis Hayes receiving 1st Team All-GSC honors from the league’s head coaches.
The Teach Me Tennis program held its biannual tournament this past weekend, marking the completion of its sixth full session of introducing tennis to area school children.
Calhoun High senior Adella Carver (front row, third from left) signed a softball scholarship with the University of North Georgia (Dahlonega, Ga.) on Friday.
The Darlington Tigers enter the second round of the playoffs with four losses to their name and are traveling across the state to play one of the top-ranked Class A Private teams.
The Georgia School for the Deaf hosted the teams from the Atlanta Area School for the Deaf on Tuesday in Cave Spring. The GSD girls won their game while the boys lost in a tough matchup.
The American Volleyball Coaches Association announced its annual AVCA All-America teams Tuesday, with Berry College’s Hannah Kate Thompson becoming the first Viking in program history to earn second team honors.
Each week of the high school football postseason presents new challenges and unfamiliar territory for teams. And a group of local squads are preparing for the next round.
With a Floyd County flag at her side and runners from all around the world surrounding her, Jessica Minton faced her toughest challenge last Monday at the Queensboro Bridge.
By the time Armuchee’s varsity competition cheerleaders stepped off the mat Saturday morning following their routine in Columbus there was a feeling that they had done something special.
Berry College head football coach Tony Kunczewski remembers every step the program has made in its five-year history. He remembers the first touchdown, the first win, the first game and the first winning season.
The high school basketball season got officially underway for the Floyd County area this weekend as the Georgia School for the Deaf’s teams hosted two opponents to start their schedule.
The most successful season in Berry College volleyball’s NCAA Division III era came to a close on Saturday night as the Vikings fell to Emory University 3-0 in the regional finals.
The Coosa Eagles saw their season come to a close Friday night, as they lost to Elbert County 41-7 in the first round of the state playoffs Friday night in Elberton. Elbert County (9-2) got off to a good start, taking a 14-0 lead after the first quarter. A pair of Coosa interceptions and two…