The YMCA’s Arsenal Rome Soccer Club began their spring 2014 season with a busy weekend.
All of the region 6-A basketball games Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday have been canceled. On Thursday, the girls will play at Darlington and the boys' games will be in Trion.
The GICAA League games will be postponed to Friday, February 14th. Starting time will be 4 p.m.
The Region 7-AA basketball tournament has been postponed due to the possibility of winter weather.
The Rome-Floyd Parks and Recreation Authority is now registering for following Spring Sports:
The Muscogee County School Board will be asked during its meeting Tuesday night to approve the superintendent's recommendation to hire a system-wide athletics director.
The U.S. Soccer Foundation has awarded a grant to YMCA Arsenal Rome to support Youth Soccer Outreach.
The coaches for the Dragons Red junior pee-wee football team made a promise to their kids: if they could win the division championship this year, then they would shave their heads.
The Pee Wee Wolf Pack from East Central are riding high this weekend after they pushed their way through the Warriors defense to win 32-6 in the Rome-Floyd Parks and Recreation Authority Pee Wee Division II championship.
It nearly came down to the wire for the Cedartown Bulldogs who won their second championship in a row this weekend over the Apaches in Division I RFPRA Pee Wee football.
The Cedartown Bulldogs mites football program took championship gold back to Cedartown for the second year in a row after they won against the Eagles 36-16 Saturday.
The Cedartown Bulldogs Black Junior Pee Wee football team held onto the Rome-Floyd Parks and Recreation Authory title for another year in the national division after an undefeated season capped off with a 48-16 win this weekend.
Rome Middle School’s sixth grade team rallied on Saturday afternoon at Sprayberry High School to capture the Georgia Middle School Athletic Association state title over Cambridge, 36-16.
Two Rome Middle School football teams travel to Sprayberry High School Saturday to play in the Georgia Middle School Athletic Association state championship games.
The YMCA’s Arsenal Rome Soccer Club completed its season this weekend with three wins, three losses, and a tie, bringing the season record to 49 wins, 20 losses, and 12 ties. That is a 60 percent winning percentage.
The YMCA’s Arsenal Rome Soccer Club struggled in the 10th week of the season.
The regular season is coming to a close this week in Rome-Floyd Parks and Recreation football leagues, and as the playoffs draw closer two junior pee wee teams are going in with big wins.
The YMCA’s Arsenal Rome Soccer Club faced some ups and downs in their ninth week of this fall season. The teams had six wins, two losses and two ties, bringing the season record to 43 wins, 14 losses and 11 ties.
Several players from the Rome-Floyd YMCA Arsenal Soccer program took part in festivities at the Atlanta Silverbacks soccer match against the New York Cosmos on Saturday evening at Atlanta Silverbacks Park.
The Rome Little League St. Mary’s 7- to 8-year-old team won the Fall Ball District 1 Championship. The team is made up of Ryan Siminski (front row, from left), Ezra Guerrero, Drake Swinger, Jacob Johnson, Matthew Hucks, John Myles Mason, Chris Guzman (middle row, from left), Jonathan Vigoa, Luke Whitehead, Charlie Shaw, Zachary Ramos, coach Jordan Vigoa (back row, from left), head coach Mike Swiger and coach Justin Merriam.
The Rome Little League 4- to 6-year-old Gold Team won the Fall Ball District 1 Championship. The team is made up of Michael Hawkins (front row, from left), Caden Atkins, Noah Stinger, Trevor Combs, Cameron Powers, Austen Slover (middle row, from left), Jordan Hawkins, Davian Adams, Jack Miles, Wille Cox, and coaches Mike Dixon (back row, from left) and Dale Hawkins.