Prep Sports

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Cycles in sports provide the ebb and flow of competition on the local, regional and state stage. But the Greater Rome area continued to excel on the wrestling mat on each level this past season.

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Cool temperatures did nothing to stop some blazing fast times on Saturday morning as more than 200 runners converged on the campus of Rome High School to compete in the Wolf Nation 5K road race and 1-mile run.

Armuchee's Savannah Poole (seated, second from right) signs to play softball for Young Harris College during a ceremony Friday, April 20, 2018. Joining her are her grandmother, Judy Hart (seated, from left), her mother, Kim Hart-Poole, her father, Brad Poole, Armuchee assistant softball coac…

Model's Jason Ortega (seated, second from right) signs to play soccer at Truett-McConnell College during a ceremony Friday, April 20, 2018. Joining him are his father, Mauricio Espinoza (seated, from left), his brother, Kevin Espinoza, his sister, Abigail Espinoza, his mother, Reina Espinoza…

Rome High's Taya Gibson (second from left) signs to play basketball at Columbus State University during a ceremony Friday, April 20, 2018. Joining her are her mother, Sequita Gibson (from left), her sister, Tarrah Gibson, and her father, Ricardo Gibson. (Photo by Todd Ollis)

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The Unity Christian School girls’ tennis team captured the 2018 GICAA Division II-A North title this week as it gets set to host the conference’s individual state championships next week.

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