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The Georgia Highlands men’s and women’s basketball teams picked up big conference wins this week with the Chargers taking hold of first place in the Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association and the Lady Chargers hanging strong in the second spot.
Going to the line had been a sore subject for the Berry men’s basketball team this season, but Sunday’s game could serve as the start of the healing process.
Berry women’s coach Thomas Johnson knows when his players are having fun and playing together they can do some special things on the basketball court.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Mission accomplished for Florida International’s James Morgan, Charlotte’s Benny LeMay and Navy’s Malcolm Perry in the East-West Shrine Bowl.
Despite jumping out to an early lead, the Shorter men’s basketball team was outscored in the second half as the Hawks fell to visiting West Florida 75-68 on Thursday night at the Winthrop-King Centre.
After more than a season of not coming out on top and having to watch wins fall just beyond their grasp over the last few weeks, the Shorter women’s basketball team finally had the ball bounce their way.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — From small-town Ohio kid to Louisiana legend, Joe Burrow capped his record-breaking, Heisman-winning season by bringing a national championship to LSU.
After a rough start to the season, Georgia Highlands men’s basketball coach JJ Merritt knew his team needed to take a step back and re-evaluate things.
The Berry College women battled Hendrix to the final second of their Southern Athletic Association contest Sunday, with the host Vikings gaining just enough edge to seal the win.
NEW ORLEANS — Georgia freshman receiver George Pickens left behind his regrettable ending to the regular season and put the rest of college football on notice that he will be an exceedingly tough cover in 2020.
When the Berry College men’s basketball team steps onto the court, head coach Mitch Cole knows he has several players he can count on when the action gets underway.
ATLANTA (AP) — Joe Burrow and the LSU Tigers turned in a first half for the ages, a breathtaking offensive display even as their coordinator grieved a horrific tragedy from his box high above the field.
ROCKMART — Wall-to-wall competition inhabited this year’s Jacket Invitational at Rockmart High School, which has been a holiday tradition in Northwest Georgia wrestling for four decades.
The year in sports spanned football players making their decisions where to spend their college careers, some big names coming through Rome’s State Mutual Stadium, and once again saw area athletes and teams bring home a bevy of state championships.
The front lines for three college football teams got an injection of local talent Wednesday as three of Floyd County’s top linemen marked the start of the early signing period.
Pepperell’s Mason Fincher (seated, second from right) signs a baseball scholarship with Reinhardt University during a ceremony Monday. Joining him are his mother Cathy Fincher (seated, from left), his father Richard Fincher, his sister Brittany Fincher, Pepperell assistant baseball coach Bri…
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.
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.
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.
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.
Early in the season, the Georgia Highlands’ men’s team is already setting itself to continue its run as a successful basketball program.
The Shorter football team got to celebrate another long overdue victory this season when the Gulf South Conference announced its annual football awards recently.
Berry College’s senior football players experienced something Saturday at Valhalla Stadium they had never witnessed on the Vikings’ home field.
It’s a bit of a trip from the hills of Northwest Georgia to Central Pennsylvania, but Darlington’s Caroline Dingler is confident that’s the direction for her.
It’s down to 32 teams battling for the NCAA Division III Football Championship. And for the third year in a row, Berry College is entering the fray.
In the Berry College football program, everyone rows. And all that rowing has led the Vikings down a pretty successful passage.
Emily Hancock and Carson VanCampen dominated the net Sunday afternoon just as they had all weekend to lead the Berry College volleyball team to its third conference championship in a row.
Mason Kinsey reached another milestone, Isaiah Dawson scorched his way into the record books, and No. 21 Berry soared to a 45-22 win over Centre on Saturday in Danville, Kentucky.
With both teams scoreless through most of the first quarter, Shorter’s football team kept up with Delta State despite going into the second quarter down 7-0.
A pair of Berry College athletes have earned recognition from the Southern Athletic Association for their performances in last week’s contests.
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.