After making waves during the regular season, both Berry College’s men’s and women’s basketball teams are prepared to start the postseason tonight in their respective conference tournaments.
SUMMERVILLE — After digging themselves out of an early hole, the Chattooga Indians had a third-round appearance in the Class AA state basketball playoffs within their grasp Thursday before having their fate sealed in the second half.
After pulling out an upset in the opening round of the state playoffs, the Rome High boys’ basketball team was unable to come through a second time as the Wolves lost to Lithonia on Thursday, 67-54.
Jake Medley and Nathan Medley faced off against top swimmers from all over the state this past weekend at the 2019 Georgia 14 and Under Short Course Championships.
ROCKMART — With a home crowd behind them and some youth providing the fuel for their engine, the Rockmart girls’ basketball team dug in Wednesday evening and got one more win in what is becoming a landmark season.
The Model girls’ basketball team continued its success on the road in the playoffs Wednesday, knocking off another higher-ranked opponent as the Lady Devils paved their way to the Elite Eight of the GHSA Class AA state playoffs.
The YMCA Arsenal Rome Girls 2009 Academy soccer team won their Gold Division in the Concorde Fire Challenge Cup this past weekend.
Visitors filled the normally empty Rome High School cafeteria Sunday afternoon to gather for food, fellowship and recognition as part of the Rome Wolves’ annual football banquet.
The Model girls’ basketball team added to its momentum this past weekend with a first-round win in the GHSA Class AA state playoffs, and the Lady Blue Devils hope to keep the pace Wednesday in the second round against Lamar County.
MACON — Dalton Blankenship and Colton Woods have won wrestling matches several times over the course of their lives. But none have taken the time, hard work and dedication than the ones they earned Saturday.
The Georgia Highlands basketball teams hosted its final doubleheader of the regular season with a win for the men against Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association foe Albany Tech and an overtime loss for the women’s team.
There was a mix of emotions on the court at Darlington’s Huffman Athletic Center on Friday as the Lady Tigers moved on to the second round of the state basketball playoffs, but the Tigers came up short.
Despite being outscored by nine points in the final period, the Chattooga boys’ basketball team earned a trip to the second round of the Class AA state playoffs with an 80-69 win at home against Douglass-Atlanta.
The four-day event that is the GHSA Traditional Wrestling State Championships wraps up Saturday, and once again there will be plenty of Greater Rome talent competing for a title.
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New Model head baseball coach Josh Mitchell led the Blue Devils to a win in their regular season opener Thursday, getting a 12-11 road win over Adairsville.
Day 2 of the GHSA Traditional Wrestling State Championships saw all of the wrestlers from Greater Rome take to the mats at the Macon Centreplex and get their first action of the tournament.
Kevin Bullard once wore the red and black on the baseball diamond at Cedartown High School, where he played behind the plate as catcher and ended up with opportunities aplenty for his talent on the field.
Jake Medley and Nathan Medley will be back on the state swimming stage starting today in Atlanta as they compete in 17 events at the 2019 Georgia 14 and Under Short Course Championships.
YMCA of Rome and Floyd County Renews Longstanding Commitment to End Childhood Drowning with Safety Around Water Program 100 scholarships for swim and water safety lessons to be awarded to children in high-risk communities in Rome and Floyd County.
The Unity Christian School boys’ basketball team made the long trek to Stillmore on Tuesday and came back with a 60-50 win over David Emanuel Academy in the opening round of the GICAA Division I-A state tournament.
There is no doubt in Bradley Pierson’s mind that the boys he coaches every day in practice and in games today are a different entity than the group he had at the start of the season.
Five Floyd County wrestlers have had a chance to be a part of history this past weekend, and two of those five will continue their journey this week.
The Berry College women’s basketball team tied the program’s most conference wins in the Southern Athletic Association on Sunday, earning its ninth straight SAA victory with a 47-40 victory at Centre College.
The members of the Cave Spring Lady Jackets youth basketball team recently got to experience a special moment after winning their fifth game in a row.
The GHSA Wrestling State Championships are now less than four days away, and several wrestlers from the Greater Rome area have once again earned their way into a chance at chasing a state title.
ROCKMART — The Chattooga boys’ basketball struggled to put Rockmart away Saturday, but well-timed run to close out overtime sent the Indians back to Chattooga County as Region 7-AA champions for the third straight season.
ROCKMART — After coming up short last year against Model in the Region 7-AA championship game, the Rockmart girls’ basketball team was finally able to hoist the first-place trophy, ending a region title drought in Rockmart that has lasted nearly 60 years.
ROCKMART — The Model girls’ basketball team saw a streak come to an end Friday in the semifinals of the Region 7-AA tournament, but head coach Sally Echols expects her team to move on and push through the rest of the season.
TRION — There was no denying that Friday was the toughest day this week for the Darlington girls’ basketball team. The Lady Tigers, however, weren’t about to let it defeat them.
The Calhoun High School football program will be under new leadership for the first time in two decades when the Jackets take the field next season.
CUMBERLAND — Lights and cameras focused on some of Rome High’s top football players once again on Wednesday, but this time they were marking their transition to the next level instead of battling on the gridiron.
Three Floyd County football players decided where they would further their academic and playing careers Wednesday with one heading north to Tennessee and two staying close to home in hopes of helping the Shorter football program get back on its feet.
In Tuesday night’s late game in the Region 7-AA tournament, the Coosa Eagles punched their ticket to the Class AA state basketball playoffs beating Armuchee 75-58.
BLACKSBURG, Va. — Knox Kadum can hardly believe he’s set to become a member of Virginia Tech’s 2019 football recruiting class on Wednesday.
A day after Dade County rode a wave of momentum to defeat Pepperell, the Wolverines were stopped by the Model boys’ basketball team in the Region 7-AA tournament.
COLUMBIA, S.C. – South Carolina forward Victaria Saxton is working her way through her first season with the Gamecocks, and that work is getting noticed.
Madeline Sandman knocked down a 3-pointer at the buzzer Sunday to lift the Berry College women’s basketball team to a 60-58 win against Birmingham-Southern at The Cage Center.
The Darlington wrestling team continues to pick up speed with the GHSA Traditional State Championships just two weeks away.
The Region 7-AA tournament will run through Rockmart this week after the Yellow Jackets fought off a high-spirited Coosa squad to win their regular season finale, 54-46.
The Berry College women’s basketball team won its sixth straight contest Friday with a 56-53 upset over Millsaps College on Friday night taking down the top team in the Southern Athletic Association.
The Model girls’ basketball team took the next step Friday toward winning a fifth straight region title, but head coach Sally Echols knows that can’t be their focus right now.