Every step the Pepperell Dragons have taken this season has allowed them to discover who they are through triumph and challenge.
New programs will take the spotlight for the Corky Kell Classic’s third year in Rome as Cedartown and Rockmart join the annual high school football kickoff series.
There is a difference from last season that Darlington girls’ basketball coach Hazel Hall is enjoying as her team just begins its newest journey.
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.
Defensive prowess gave way to quick drives and big plays on offense for Rome High on Friday night as the Wolves made their opening argument for another postseason run.
Pepperell’s high-powered offense and stout defense were both on display as the Dragons took down the Class AA defending state champions to move on to the second round of the Class AA state playoffs.
BREMEN — The Model Blue Devils run in the Class AA state playoffs was a short one as the homestanding Bremen Blue Devils earned a 17-0 win on Friday night to end Model’s season at 5-6.
ROCKMART — The Rockmart Yellow Jackets moved onto the next round of the Class AA playoffs with a 24-7 win over Temple, and will get to stay at home as they continue their perfect-season run.
Darlington Soccer Academy saw players put pen to paper Wednesday as four made their collegiate choices officiall on National Signing Day.
The Arsenal Academy 2009 Girls Red squad and the 2010 boys academy side took on the best Tennessee had to offer in the Chattanooga Riverfest tournament this past weekend as both teams came away with gold.
A local arena that usually plays host to athletes on the local level will be the stage for a world-renowned group of athletes early next year.
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.
The Unified Football League playoffs came to an exciting end on Saturday as the Junior Pee Wee and Pee Wee championship games were held at Riverview Park.
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.
After breezing through the first nine games of the season, Darlington stumbled Friday night on the road as the Tigers suffered their only regular season loss in the Region 6-A championship game.
Finishing out the regular season on the road, the Pepperell football team guaranteed itself a return to Dragon Stadium for the Class AA state playoffs.
After falling to Peachtree Academy twice last season, Unity Christian had an opportunity to get some revenge against the Panthers this year after routing them in Week 2.
When the coaches in Region 7-AA came together to vote on its top softball players this season, it was a pair of juniors that stood out above the rest.
Whether expected or not, the high school sports landscape will look different for a few area teams when students return from summer break next year.
The Armuchee Middle School competition cheerleaders capped a stellar season this past Saturday with a win in the second annual FCAA Middle School Region Championship at Rockmart High School.
POWDER SPRINGS — Nerves shot and emotions overflowing, Kasey Thacker looked up from the celebratory dog pile and let out a burst of joy and relief.
In her first appearance in the GHSA State Cross Country Championships, Armuchee’s Shelby Green followed up a second-place performance in the Region 7-AA meet with a top-10 finish at the state competition.