The YMCA’s Arsenal Rome Soccer Club enjoyed their seventh weekend with two wins and a tie.
The YMCA’s Arsenal Rome Soccer Club finished its fourth weekend with a win, two losses and a tie.
Rome Tennis Academy began its classes for kids of all ages March 24.
The Rome-Floyd Parks and Recreation Authority and the Rome Aerials Gymnastics team announce that Level 9 gymnast Kendal Arasmith qualified for Region 8 Regionals, as well as becoming the 2014 Georgia State Beam Champion. She moves on to compete at Regionals in Kennesaw on April 12-13.
Rome Tennis Academy will kick off its classes for kids of all ages on Monday, March 24.
The Rome Wolves held off New Manchester on Tuesday night on the road, 3-0.
Rome’s girls soccer team walked through New Manchester Tuesday night, 12-2, on the road. Rebeckah Hufstetler paced the Lady Wolves with four goals, while Alli Gaither and Kari Johnson each chipped in two goals. Karley Baker, Yecica Rivas, Molly Montgomery and Ramsey Cook scored individual goals as well. Baker had two assists, while Rivas had one.
The Rome-Floyd Parks and Recreation Authority is offering a free junior tennis clinic Saturday at the Rome-Floyd Tennis Center. The clinic will provide an introduction to the sport of tennis and is open to children ages 6 through 18. Participants will be divided into different groups according to age and skill level.
The Dragons Wrestling Club competed in the USA Wrestling Freshman State Tournament at Peachtree Ridge High School. Hinton Bolinger (left) was crowned state champion at 285 pounds and Jake Ross took third place at 138 pounds.
The Dragons Wrestling Club recently competed in the USA Wrestling Kids State Tournament in the Georgia Dome and had three wrestlers place. Sam Ross (from left) took third place in 6U-52 pounds, Blaze Adams took third place in 12U-61 pounds and Matthew Waddell placed fourth in 8U-88 pounds.
The YMCA’s Arsenal Rome Soccer Club finished their second weekend with two wins and a tie. That brings the season tally to five wins, a loss and three ties.
The YMCA’s Arsenal Rome Soccer Club began their spring 2014 season with a busy weekend.
Boasting two full-time cheerleading squads, Team Legacy out of Life Sports in Rome is making waves in national competitions.
ATLANTA (AP) — The National Council on Youth Sports Safety is planning to host its inaugural meeting in Atlanta this week.
Organizers say a panel discussion including more than 20 experts will focus on traumatic brain injuries among young athletes. The meeting is being hosted at the Morehouse School of Medicine Feb. 26 and 27.
Organizers say the council will meet quarterly to review research and develop a strategic plan for implementing national guidelines on youth sports safety.
Members of the panel include former professional football players, NCAA officials and more.
Samson Mumber, 12, from Three Rivers Swim Club placed first by .04 seconds in the 50-yard Backstroke for 12-year-old boys at the Georgia 14-and-younger State Short Course Championships at Georgia Tech.
Samson Mumber won the 100-backstroke by one second to earn the Georgia State Championship for 12-year-old boys Saturday.
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.