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.
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.
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 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.
Leading by only a touchdown at halftime, the Pepperell football team put together some impressive plays in the second half to come away with a Region 7-AA win.
Two Region 7-AA squads hungry for their first win left it all out on the field at Armuchee’s Lindsey Stadium, but Terry Curry proved to be the difference for Coosa, scoring five touchdowns in a 41-18 win over the Indians on Friday night.
A spot in the Class AA state playoffs awaited the Armuchee Lady Indians if they had defeated Dade County at home Tuesday in the continuation of a game that started three weeks ago.
Seven Coosa High School senior volleyball players were given a proper sendoff Tuesday as the Lady Eagles nabbed a pair of wins on their home court.
The Model competition cheerleaders took first place this past Saturday at the Carrollton Classic. Second place went to Pepperell, and Coosa came in third place among the eight Class AA squads competing. The team is made up of Ella Brewer (front row, from left), Meredith Crego, Gracie Barlow,…
In a lightning-shortened game that never made it to the second half, Pepperell left no doubt when they did get to play, handling Coosa by a score of 42-0 Friday night at Eagle Stadium.
Darlington’s record remained unblemished Friday night after the Tigers rolled to a 38-0 road win over Mt. Zion-Carroll in a Region 6-A/A contest.
CARTERSVILLE — Cedartown gave its all against the top team in the state on defense, but came up well short in a 24-2 loss to Cartersville to open Region 5-4A play.
The Rockmart Yellow Jackets’ offense overpowered Dade County and the defense caused four turnovers to seal a 48-0 Region 7-AA win at home Friday night.
Tough times have been frequent in the last five seasons for the Rome High softball program, but some recent success has the Lady Wolves feeling hopeful for the future.
Pepperell scored nine runs on just four hits and Chloe Jones had 10 strikeouts as the Lady Dragons defeated Coosa 9-0 in five innings on Tuesday.
Trailing most of the night, the Rome High Wolves took the lead in the last minute of the game, but saw it’s comeback bid fall short on the road against Carrollton.
After Darlington gave up 20 unanswered points to Sonoraville two weeks ago, Tiger head coach Tommy Atha had a goal in mind for his team this week — get off to a quick start and keep it going.