A display of the top runners in Floyd County became a moment of special accomplishment for two local athletes Thursday at the City-County Championships.
Chloe Jones had another stellar performance in the circle for the Pepperell softball team as the Lady Dragons earned their second straight region win.
When the Sugar Bowl was over in New Orleans, News Year Day, 1981, the Georgia faithful converged onto the field with uncontrolled glee. Pandemonium prevailed and those in Red and Black swooned to the pure ecstasy of the moment.
After letting a close game slip away in their Gulf South Conference opener, the Shorter Hawks will get a break from league play this week.
As batterymates go, Pepperell’s Chloe Jones and Morgan Willingham have been a big part of the Lady Dragons' softball team this season, and they showed exactly how on Tuesday.
Executing well in all aspects of the game, the Berry College football team sent LaGrange College back down Highway 27 with a 1-1 record.
The Coosa Lady Eagles won their fourth consecutive Battle of the Counties volleyball tournament Saturday, besting competition form all varsity teams from Floyd and Polk County.
For two quarters Saturday the Shorter football team matched its opponent blow for blow in the Hawks’ home opener, providing a glimpse of what head coach Zach Morrison and his staff have been building since last year.
Friday night saw the Rome High football team fight through four quarters against Region 7-5A foe Kell in a game that put the Wolves to the test. And when opportunities arose for its opponent to put the game away, Rome applied the pressure and then held its breath.
When the Pepperell football team welcomed Heritage-Catoosa to Dragon Stadium on Friday night, the offense put the needed points on the scoreboard, but it was the defense that kept the Dragons going.
FRANKLIN — A trip to Franklin for a rematch of the 2018 state title game attempted to trip up Rockmart’s drive to another perfect season, but the Jackets were not to be denied their revenge earning a 47-14 win against defending state champion Heard County.
TRION — In a battle between two teams that love to run the football, it was Trion who rumbled to a 41-6 victory over visiting Armuchee on Friday night.
The in-state rivalry between two Division III programs adds another entry this weekend with a heaping of home field advantage going to the local squad.
Taking away the positives from a loss is something every football team hopes to do. And after opening the season with a defeat at the hands of a Division I opponent, Shorter University’s team is working to do just that.
It’s the time for midterms for Region 7-AA softball teams, and Armuchee head coach Shane Arp has some positive reports while the Lady Indians continue to gain important experience.
Shorter head coach Zach Morrison knew things were going to have to go the Hawks’ way in every facet of the game for them to escape with a win in their first game of the 2019 season.
The Coosa volleyball team racked up six wins on the day and came out on top in the Gold Bracket of the Ed Hunt Invitational at Darlington on Saturday.
The Berry College volleyball team has garnered plenty of attention over the last few seasons and it’s willing to go the distance to show just how competitive they are on the court.
Darlington scored 31 unanswered points against Sonoraville on the road Friday and was able to hold off the Phoenix for a 38-28 win, while improving to 3-0 on the season.
Pepperell used an explosive offensive attack and a few timely defensive stops to earn a tough 34-20 victory over visiting Pickens County on Friday night in Lindale.
Walking off the field at Barron Stadium on Friday night provided a better experience for the Rome High football players than the last time they did so.
The first part of the high school football season can provide the toughest lessons for a football team. Two games into the season, the Armuchee Indians are trying to learn from those lessons.
A familiar opponent awaits the Berry football team when it kicks off the season on the road, and it’s a team the Vikings have seen a lot of success against in recent years.
Pepperell head coach Lee Donahue saw his team dig itself into a hole, but eventually the Lady Dragons were able to claw themselves out.
Zach Morrison is in his second year as Shorter’s head football coach, but he knows there are still things about his team he has yet to figure out.
Trout Unlimited is already planning the 24th Annual Chili Cook Off and we are excited to announce that the prize money has been increased for the event Oct. 19 at Ridge Ferry Park.