A duo from Three Rivers Swim Club in Rome enjoyed success over the weekend against stiff competition in the 2019 Georgia Short-Course 15-and-over Senior State Championship Meet in Athens.
While the Georgia Highlands’ women’s basketball team has started the season in a strong way, there’s no time to rest according to head coach Brandan Harrell.
The Georgia High School Association Executive Committee denied Calhoun High School’s final reclassification appeal on Wednesday, solidifying the school’s move up two classification levels next year from Class 3A to 5A.
Georgia head football coach Kirby Smart wasted little time introducing the Bulldogs’ new offensive line coach to one of their top line commits.
Leading the majority of the game, the Georgia Highlands women’s basketball team poured it on in the second half against visiting Andrew College for its third straight win.
Fighting it out in a Region 7-AA battle, Rockmart and Pepperell’s boys appeared to be headed for a close one in Lindale on Tuesday night.
Georgia Highlands College has chosen Savannah Sloan to lead the Chargers softball team. Sloan comes to GHC from LaGrange College where she has served as the assistant softball coach and recruiting coordinator since 2017.
The Berry College men’s basketball team is on a hot streak through the opening part of the season coming just in time as conference play gets underway.
The Darlington wrestling team had three first-place finishers Saturday in the Screaming Eagle Invitational at Mt. Zion-Carroll, and also had some young talent on display.
The Armuchee girls’ basketball team picked up its first Region 7-AA win of the season Friday as the Lady Indians defeated visiting Coosa 57-40.
As Jason Harris gets into his third year as head coach for the Rome High girls’ basketball team, a lot of the pieces of his team are coming together.
It’s been a whirlwind year for Darlington golfer Lindsey Cordell, and there’s likely more on the horizon as he gets ready to begin the next step in his career.
The leadership of the Rome Braves has changed hands for just the second time in the team’s history after the Atlanta Braves organization announced the minor league affiliate’s new general manager on Friday.
All four Floyd County wrestling teams converged on one spot Thursday with teams getting a full sense of what to look forward to this season.
Griffin Brewster’s return the football field this season was rewarded with special recognition by the coaches of Darlington’s subregion.
A suspenseful game Tuesday ended with the home team with a one-point advantage as the Chattooga girls’ basketball team edged Armuchee 51-50 in Summerville.
Emily Claytor’s first season at the helm of the Pepperell Lady Dragons hasn’t had the smoothest start, but her players are still giving her reasons to celebrate.
Off to a quick start this season, the Pepperell girls’ basketball team has won three of its first four games, including Saturday’s 55-21 road victory over Temple.
One of the most successful distance runners to come out of Rome will address the area’s current high school athletes who have followed in his footsteps.
For 28 straight years, Model High School has enjoyed a tradition of basketball action on Thanksgiving morning. Around 30-35 players showed up this year to take part in the tradition that welcomes former coaches, players, alumni and anyone who wants to enjoy some basketball.
Early in the season, the Georgia Highlands’ men’s team is already setting itself to continue its run as a successful basketball program.
The Rome Wolves’ sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade football teams all claimed championships in their respective divisions this past weekend at Harrison High School in Kennesaw.
The Shorter football team got to celebrate another long overdue victory this season when the Gulf South Conference announced its annual football awards recently.
The Armuchee girls’ basketball team completed its pre-Thanksgiving schedule Tuesday as the Lady Indians came up short to Central-Carroll in their final game of the Mt. Zion Thanksgiving Classic.
Berry College’s senior football players experienced something Saturday at Valhalla Stadium they had never witnessed on the Vikings’ home field.
Darlington’s girls have gotten the prep basketball season off to a hot start, improving to 4-0 on the season with a second win against Model on Saturday.
Leading for most of the game, Mount Paran Christian saw its advantage over Darlington disappear early in the fourth quarter.
Putting its physical defense to work against opponents has been Pepperell’s game plan all season, and it’s earned the Dragons great success.
ROCKMART — The Rockmart Yellow Jackets’ perfect season hit a wall in the form of Brooks County on Friday night, and their year came to a sudden close with a 41-3 loss at home in the second round of the Class AA state playoffs.
From row, from left: Leana (mother), Kasey, and Ken (father). Back row, from left: Jeff Shiflett (CHS athletic director), Luke Myers (CHS assistant volleyball coach), Nic Hann (CHS head volleyball coach), Bryson (brother), Carson Laye (CHS head assistant volleyball coach), and La Donna Turre…
In a meeting of two powerhouses that have had to redefine themselves this season, Rome High once again will hit the road to take on Warner Robins in the Class 5A state playoffs.
With three middle school teams playing for a state championship this weekend, the future of the Rome High football program looks to be in good hands.
A first-year quarterback and a consistent defensive back were two of the top players in Region 7-AA this season as selected by the region’s coaches.