The No. 7 Berry College football team allowed an uncharacteristic 315 rushing yards on Saturday night as the Vikings dropped their first game of the season 28-15 at Birmingham-Southern.
CLINTON — Kennesaw State made efficient work of Presbyterian on Saturday, turning four turnovers into 27 points and rolling to a 55-10 victory.
A solid outing for one and a comeback effort for another advanced two Floyd County volleyball teams into the next round of the Class AA/A Public state playoffs on Saturday.
Facing the rain and a grueling afternoon against a conference opponent on homecoming, Shorter’s defense made some big plays to put the Hawks within striking distance of a long-awaited victory.
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) — A fake punt for a touchdown. A fumble recovery in the end zone for another score. A blocked field goal in the final seconds of regulation to stay in the game.
For a short time, Paulding County looked to make a game of Friday’s contest at Barron Stadium, but a key defensive stop for Rome High in the second quarter shifted all of the momentum back to the Wolves.
Their backs against the wall and their lead in jeopardy, the Model Blue Devils gathered their focus Friday night and trusted their defense to provide one more big play.
ROCKMART — A fourth quarter rally gave Rockmart the final push of a Region 7-AA battle Friday night to give the Jackets a 34-17 win over the Pepperell Dragons to keep their undefeated streak alive.
Jumping out to an early lead against Trion, the Darlington football team rolled to a Region 6-A victory while maintaining its perfect record.
Coming off their first win of the season two weeks ago, the Coosa Eagles found themselves again on the losing side as they dropped a Region 7-AA contest to Dade County following their bye week.
Even with their next matches featuring less familiar opponents, four Floyd County volleyball teams are putting themselves under the microscope as they get ready for the start of the GHSA state volleyball playoffs.
Rome High head football coach John Reid asked his players and staff to organize a fundraiser this year aimed at helping his players understand what wearing pink is really all about.
The Rome High School Competition cheerleaders took second place out of six squads competing in Class 5A last Saturday at the Buccaneer Bash held at Allatoona High School. Team members are Ava Witsell (front row, from left), Kiersten Cooke, Nycoria Barner, Emma McCreless, coach Tenesia Eanes …
Falling back on what has brought them success all season, the Rockmart Lady Yellow Jackets used pitching Wednesday to power through the second round of the Class AA softball state playoffs.
More than 50 cook sites will contribute to the aroma of a multitude of chili recipes wafting through the air at Ridge Ferry Park on Saturday as part of the 24th Annual Trout Unlimited Chili Cook Off.
A pair of local college football athletes were recognized for their weekend performances on Monday, and the Berry Vikings held steady in the polls after another hearty win.
On Saturday afternoon, Shorter (0-6, 0-4 Gulf South Conference) once again struggled to get the offense going against Gulf South Conference opponent West Alabama (4-2, 1-2 Gulf South), falling by a score of 41-0.
With the top two teams in the Southern Athletic Association facing off, Berry’s success in all aspects of the game allowed the Vikings to retain their perfect record and send Hendrix home with its first loss of the season.
In recent years it has been the norm for the four Floyd County high school volleyball teams to meet on a day in October and fight for area supremacy.
Senior quarterback Jake Morrow was on point for the Calhoun’s passing attack and junior running back Jerrian Hames kept the offense going on the ground as the Yellow Jackets topped Adairsville 39-14 on Friday night.
After leading only 14-6 at halftime, the Unity Christian football team outscored Harvester Christian 32-6 in the second half to come away with a 46-12 win and maintain its perfect record.
CARROLLTON — It was a close call for the Cedartown on Friday night as the Bulldogs managed to hold off a scrappy Central-Carroll team to come away with a 28-21 victory on the road.
Former Coosa quarterback Gary Graves looks back on the Eagles’ 1969 state championship team not as star-studded bunch of athletes, but as a tight-knit group of friends.
Halfway through the college football season and the Berry Vikings are well on their way toward winning a fourth straight Southern Athletic Association title.
While the Darlington softball team didn’t put up a lot of wins this season, first-year head coach Anna Swafford feels the team ended the year on a high note.
I am sure that all the chili cooks are happy that our long heat wave has ended. It is not a lot of fun standing in front of a hot pot of chili when it is 90 degrees outside, but if the weathermen are correct, our recent cooler weather should last to well past the cook off.
A top-ranked Rockmart Lady Jackets squad hit all over the field against the Callaway Lady Cavaliers in a pair of wins to open the Class AA softball state playoffs.
The five newest member of the Rome-Floyd Sports Hall of Fame were announced during an early-afternoon press conference at Rome-Floyd Parks and Recreation Authority on Monday. Randy Davis, a member of the Hall of Fame, served as the master of ceremonies, kicking everything off by praising the…
After a record-setting 55-0 rout of Sewanee this past weekend, the Berry College football team jumped one spot to No. 7 in the latest American Football Coaches Association Top 25, building on the team’s highest ranking in program history.
The No. 8-ranked Berry College football team showed its strength on Saturday afternoon, defeating the Sewanee Tigers 55-0 and setting a number of program records in the process.
The cross country course at Georgia Highlands College is scenic and mostly flat, with a large part along the shores of Paris Lake. And on Saturday, it gave many Rome area varsity runners a boost for the final month of the season.