The Armuchee boys’ tennis team earned two shutouts Thursday at the Rome Tennis Center at Berry College, topping Chattooga and Dade County 5-0 in a rare doubleheader on the courts.
The Hot Shots All Stars from Rome are celebrating back-to-back championship weekends for their competitive cheerleading program with recent victories in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, and New Orleans.
A relentless Carrollton squad kept the pressure on the Darlington girls' lacrosse team on Tuesday as the two teams fought at Chris Hunter Stadium.
The Armuchee varsity boys' soccer team started the week off on the right foot, picking up Region 7-AA wins over Gordon Central and Rockmart.
Sophomore pitcher Will Miller earned his first varsity win Monday as the Armuchee baseball team topped Region 7-AA foe Gordon Central 5-2 at Armuchee.
The Berry College baseball team continues to pick up speed, winning seven of its last eight games, including a three-game sweep against conference foe Sewanee and back-to-back walk-off wins against Marietta and SUNY Cortland.
The Model baseball team jumped out quick against Armuchee scoring two runs in the first inning and holding on for a 3-1 Region 7-AA win against the Indians.
Spending time at Barron Stadium on Saturday would uncover a few tense moments for Rome High's track and field athletes. Yet despite an influx of new schools and tougher competition, the hosts of the Rome Relays were able to let out a victory howl at the end.
Local baseball teams got a taste of minor league action Saturday when several of them made the short trip to State Mutual Stadium to participate in the annual Rome Braves High School Invitational.
With the high school basketball season already wrapped up, players from Northwest Georgia were given the opportunity to don their school jerseys one last time.
Three days after being handed its first loss of the season at the hands of Region 7-AA foe Chattooga, the Model baseball team got back in the win column Friday with a 6-5 win over the Indians in Summerville.
Some of the world’s most prominent wheelchair tennis players are in Rome for the 2019 ITF Georgia Open Wheelchair Championships, and the competition is heating up as the finals draw closer.
A number of prep sports contests were able to be completed Thursday evening before rain and storms forced some to be postponed, and the Coosa girls' soccer team took advantage of it.
At the start of the season, Unity Christian middle school basketball coach Jonathan Whitley didn’t know what to expect from his team.
Prep golfers were finally greeted with a sunny, dry afternoon to get out on the golf course Wednesday. They just had to deal with a bit of mud and a lot of wind through their trip through the front nine at Stonebridge Golf Club.
In its second year after a 12-year hiatus, the Rome Relays promises to be bigger as organizers continue to build it back up to the way it was once.
These days, the Pepperell varsity girls’ soccer team is coming to terms with having a target on its back. And they are proving that they are ready to defend their reputation.
Whether at the plate or on the mound, Berry College’s Dylan Beasley is getting things done for the Vikings this season, and he’s getting recognized for his work.
EMERSON — Despite not having a home field at the moment, the Rome High baseball team has found some success at its new temporary home in Bartow County.
Heat crowned 8U champions: The Johnson Heat basketball team is the Rome-Floyd Parks and Recreation 8U champion. The team is made up of Baylen Robinson, AnnLee Law, Reese Gibson, Savanah Minshew, AnnElise Mitchell, Sophie Cantrell, Layla Youngblood, and coaches Mark Minshew and Jeremy Robinso…
Last year, the Leprechaun-a-thon had more than 1,500 people walking and running in the St. Patrick’s Day themed race and this year looks to be another win.
The National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum in Stillwater, Oklahoma, recently announced the Class of 2019 to be inducted in its Georgia Chapter and a Roman is among those to be honored for his decades-long dedication to the sport.
With a season that changed courses many times due to unforeseen circumstances, the Georgia Highlands College men’s basketball team did its best to maintain a level of success and accomplishment that has become its trademark.
For the second time in as many games, the Georgia Highlands men’s basketball team upset a higher seed on Friday night, stunning top-seeded and host Andrew College Tigers 92-80 to advance to Saturday’s NJCAA Region XVII championship game.
A little over a year since Ricky Ross was brought in to lead the Model varsity football program, the Blue Devils are again searching for a new head coach.
The Model baseball team kept its perfect record intact Thursday, winning its second straight game over Region 7-AA foe Coosa in as many days with a 1-0 victory on the road.
Unity Christian girls’ basketball coach Melanie Thornbury and the Lady Lions took home the top awards for the second straight year Tuesday at the 33rd annual Northwest Georgia Tip-Off Club banquet at Berry College’s Krannert Center.
More often than not through the years, Jeff Rickman’s coaching life has moved swiftly from softball season to basketball season. Now he’s decided to change up the pace.
It was win or go home for the Georgia Highlands men’s basketball team on Tuesday night, and the Chargers found a way to get the 88-83 win in overtime against Gordon State in the NJCAA Region XVII quarterfinals.
The right combination of warmth and mobility had to be taken into account Tuesday by high school tennis players spread out across the courts at the Rome Tennis Center at Berry College.
Ansley Davenport completed a hat trick and the Pepperell girls worked to hold off a tough Dade County squad at home Tuesday to pick up a 7-4 Region 7-AA win.
The Model varsity baseball team showed some talent and grit in a non-region contest on the road Saturday, erasing a 9-0 deficit and defeating Bowdon 10-9.
The Georgia Highlands women made a thrilling comeback in the semifinals of the NJCAA Region XVII tournament, but they weren’t able to make it happen twice.
Rome City Schools announced Friday that Principal Eric Holland has decided to step down as head coach for the Rome boys’ basketball team to concentrate on his administrative duties.
Of all the highlights this season for the Model girls’ basketball team, the most motivating moment for the Lady Blue Devils might have been hitting a low.
A break in the rainy weather Saturday allowed the Rome High track and field teams enough time to head to Cartersville for the Purple Hurricane Invitational and compete against seven other area schools.
History, service and achievement were all recognized this week as the newest members of the Rome-Floyd Sports Hall of Fame were given the spotlight.
The Armuchee girls’ tennis team rolled to a 5-0 win against Pepperell on Wednesday at the Rome Tennis Center at Berry College with all three singles matches ending with 6-0, 6-0 shutouts.
The GHSA state basketball playoffs entered the quarterfinals Tuesday night, and for two local varsity girls teams fighting to keep their postseason swings going, there were challenges.
The Rome High varsity girls soccer team kept its strong start to the season going Tuesday, defeating Region 7-5A for Villa Rica 3-2 at Barron Stadium.