Chanlir Segarra had a game-best 20 points and led a second half comeback as Berry College’s women’s basketball team defeated Messiah College, 59-53, on Saturday.
Norman Arey writes about the top 10 college football teams with the greatest fans in his column in today's print edition of the Rome News-Tribune.
Norman Arey writes about the future of Georgia head coach Mark Richt in his column in today's print edition of the Rome News-Tribune.
Model’s River Brannon signed to play baseball for Reinhardt University in Waleska. Joining Brannon at the signing were Kimie Brannon, Jeff Brannon, Joe Joyave, Carolyn Joyave, John Joyave, Timie Joyave, Brenda Brannon, Bob Young and Brett White.
The 2014-15 basketball season has begun at all levels.
The Shorter men’s basketball team needed overtime to do it, but in the end they handed Valdosta its first home loss of the season topping the Blazers 98-94 Monday evening.
Former Coosa Country Club golf course superintendent Ron Sinnock has been inducted into the Georgia Golf Course Superintendents Hall of Fame.
At 5:30 p.m. today at Georgia Highlands College and Berry College the 61st edition of the Seven Hills Rotary Rome News-Tribune Holiday Festival Basketball Tournament begins.
Local taekwondo instructor Richard Bradley placed third in Poomsae (forms) at the Pan Am Open hosted by the Pan American Taekwondo Union in Portland, Ore., on Saturday. The Pan Am Open is an international competition drawing individual competitors and national teams from both North and South America. Pictured are coach Jose Amador (left) from Corona, Calif., and master instructor Richard Bradley.
The GHC men’s basketball team last home game before the Christmas break proved to be a tough one.
Emma Cook had 19 points and 11 rebounds as Berry College’s women’s basketball team cruised to a 68-46 win at Covenant College on Saturday afternoon.
Lee McCloud scored a career-high 26 points as Berry College’s men’s basketball team rallied for an 82-79 win over visiting Piedmont College on Saturday afternoon.
My first love is fishing moving water whether it is a river, small creek or even the tidal areas of the flats in Florida. There is something about moving water that makes fishing more than just holding a pole and waiting on a fish.
The best high school football player in Georgia, AJ Gray, needed three yards to keep his team’s chances of winning the Class AAA state title alive.
The YMCA Arsenal Rome 14-and-younger boys soccer team recently brought home the championship trophy for their division in the Norcross Generation Adidas Cup tournament. The team went undefeated during the weekend of tournament play with a 2-0 win over UFA 01 Red, a 4-1 win over CSA Charlotte SA Samba, an 8-1 win over DDYSC 01 Wolves Elite and a 2-1 win over Clemson Anderson Soccer Alliance in the championship game.
Norman Arey writes about the absence of Jameis Winston in the Heisman voting in his column in today's print edition of the Rome News-Tribune.
The Shorter women’s basketball team fell to West Florida 61-51 on the road Thursday evening.
The Shorter men’s baketball team earned their first conference win of the season, 81-68, over West Florida on the road Thursday night.
Two days after becoming Shorter’s first Division II football All-American, Jordan Shaw learned he is among an elite group of players seeking to be named the best small college defender in the nation.
Over the past week I have read countless columns and tweets declaring Nick Markakis as some washed up underperforming bench warmer.
Winston McCormick represented Three Rivers Swim Club in five events at the Georgia 15-and-Over Short Course State Championships at Georgia Tech.