There was something missing from Hogan Ingram’s summer.
This past tennis season saw some strong performances from area schools and was highlighted by the Rockmart boys’ first ever state championship and an appearance in the Final Four by the Lady Yellow Jackets.
After a successful season that saw the Rockmart baseball team nearly come away with a Class AA state championship, the Yellow Jackets were recognized by placing several players on the 7-AA All-Region teams.
After two days of the warmest weather so far this year, some local golfers managed to make a splash against the toughest competition in the state on Tuesday.
The Darlington Soccer Academy gathered to celebrate 21 graduating seniors who have signed to play soccer at the collegiate level. Bottom row (left to right): Mitchell Crispin - Transylvania University; Lane Koch - Huntingdon College; Grace Wagshul - St. Lawrence University; Sarah Slater Hick…
The Rockmart baseball team will have to wait just a little longer for a chance at the Class AA state championship.
Taking second place at state in his freshman year, Rome High golfer Hogan Ingram has made it a step closer to taking the top spot as a sophomore.
Sydni Hazelwood, a junior forward at Pepperell High School, was named MVP of the DiVarsity.com Georgia High School Girls’ All-Star Soccer Game on Sunday at Sprayberry High School in Marietta.
It is an achievement that was four years in the making. And one only 34 wrestlers had accomplished in nearly 60 years of the Georgia High School Association.
Armuchee’s football players spent most of the last two weeks getting guidance from their coaches on the practice field. The coaches got to see how much they had absorbed on Friday night.
The caliber of athletes that the Rome High football team will see graduate next week and move on to the next stage in life might give some programs a cause for concern.
Three varsity sports at Darlington School will have new head coaches when the 2019-2020 school year comes around in August the school announced Thursday.
ROCKMART — The Rockmart Yellow Jackets are Macon-bound after rallying late Wednesday in Game 3 of the Class AA Final Four round for a 7-5 win over Callaway.
ROCKMART — The playlist has been on repeat for the Rockmart baseball team for the last three weeks, and the Jacket faithful are hoping to hear that familiar closing song one more time.
CARROLLTON — The Class 5A track and field state championships proved to Rome High head track coach Nick Bridges just how tough the competition has gotten.
During his four years as a track and field athlete for Darlington School, Roth Wilcox has constantly had his eye on breaking a school record.
Facing better weather and more of the top athletes from around the state, the second day of the GHSA Track and Field State Championships at Berry College got to highlight some local talent.
ROCKMART — Around eight hours after the first pitch of Rockmart and Harlem’s series finale, each team’s fate was finally decided. And for the homestanding Yellow Jackets, the season continues.
There was no gradual build up for athletes to compete for top prizes at the GHSA Track and Field State Championships on Thursday.
The Rockmart baseball team was up 2-0 in the top of the first inning in Thursday’s decisive Game 3 against Harlem of the quarterfinals in the Class AA state championships before a line of rain came through and forced a weather delay that lasted well into the night.
A talented and experienced group will take the field for Darlington next season, with veterans returning in many key starting roles.
ROCKMART — It took three games to decide the Rockmart baseball team’s fate in the Sweet 16, and late Wednesday night the Yellow Jackets were hoping their time in the Elite Eight would turnout the same.
Excitement and relief finally bubbled to the surface on the faces of the Model girls’ soccer players as they ran across the field to their bench after thanking their fans Tuesday evening.
Mount Paran Christian and Allatoona each won state championships in the Georgia Dome, but if a Cobb County team plays for a state championship in 2019, it will not have that same opportunity to play in Mercedes-Benz.
With the completion of the boys’ Area 3-AA golf tournament, Floyd County had only one golfer advance to the state competition later this month.
The spring air was once again cut by the swings of some of the nation's top young golfers at Coosa Country Club on Saturday as the Rome Junior Classic got underway.
ROCKMART — After splitting a doubleheader to open their Class AA second round series with Elbert County, the Rockmart Yellow Jackets knew they would need to pull together one more solid outing to keep their season alive.
Pepperell boys soccer coach Jacob Camp has been wanting to see the Dragons get back into their midseason form that saw them shut out a tough region-winning Class 6A opponent in Alexander.
The Coosa boys’ soccer team had lofty goals going into the postseason, but the Eagles’ plans on a deep playoff run were halted at the hands of Putnam County.
Rockmart split its Sweet 16 games against Elbert County on Thursday at home, setting up a decisive Game 3 for Friday between the top-ten ranked squads.
For the third year in a row the Rome High track and field program will welcome kids to try their hand at some of the same events its athletes compete in during the high school season.
An adjustment to the Model girls’ soccer lineup didn’t have the desired effect early on in their second-round matchup against Oglethorpe County.
An early morning start to their day allowed the Darlington golf teams some time to get a bite to eat, some extra rest and the focus they needed to surpass the competition at the area tournament.
The Rome High boys’ golf team got a strong performance from a freshman, and a duo of Pepperell girls’ shooters again led their team to success in area tournament action.