Model Middle School’s Avery Eury has been selected to participate in the USA Softball All-American Games next month in Oklahoma City. Eury will be one of 45 athletes representing the southeast region (Georgia, Florida, South Carolina and Tennessee) at the distinguished tournament. The 24-tea…
Rome Area Volleyball teams competed in tournaments on March 7 and returned with positive results in what has been their last competitions since the outbreak of the new coronavirus.
From the rec league to big leagues, every type of athletic activity has been affected by the move to stop the spread of the new coronavirus.
The impact of what Armuchee girls’ tennis coach Mary Stuart Ratledge had just read was still ricocheting around her head as she tried to comprehend what it meant.
Some postseason excitement is originating in Floyd County this week as Rome-Floyd Parks and Recreation is playing host to three Georgia Recreation and Park Association District 5 basketball tournaments.
Rome Aerials gymnast Zay Bryan (right) dominated at the Make It Count Invitational in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., over the weekend taking first in vault, beam, and all-around in her age division.
Rebecca Goodwin, 9, of Rome, representing the Rome Aerials gymnastics team, placed first in vault and second all-around in the Xcel Gold level at the Paws for a Cause Invitational at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta last weekend.
The next generation of basketball players will soon have an opportunity to showcase their skills on a local level, and a chance to compete on a national level.
The Rome Aerials Level 3 gymnastics team came away from the Georgia Make a Wish meet in Paulding County with a big first place trophy earlier this month. New coach Chloe Schuttinga said she was as proud as she could be for the team which includes youngsters who are somewhere between the begi…
Athletes from schools in and around Floyd County came together this week to be recognized for their hard work throughout this past cross country season, and Rome High stood out among them.
A duo from Three Rivers Swim Club in Rome enjoyed success over the weekend against stiff competition in the 2019 Georgia Short-Course 15-and-over Senior State Championship Meet in Athens.
The Rome Wolves’ sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade football teams all claimed championships in their respective divisions this past weekend at Harrison High School in Kennesaw.
With three middle school teams playing for a state championship this weekend, the future of the Rome High football program looks to be in good hands.
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.
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.
The brackets are set in the Unified Football League, and the playoffs kick off Tuesday with first-round games at both Riverview Park and the Boys & Girls Club fields in West Rome.
The Rome-Floyd Parks and Recreation is working to allow kids who have never played basketball an opportunity to join this season’s league free of charge.
The YMCA Arsenal Rome Select soccer teams struggled with a 4-4-2 record this weekend but kept a strong 26-19-2 record for the season.
The quest for a national title has plenty of battles along the way, and for two of the top young tennis players in the country, that quest has led them to one final match.
Five members of the Three Rivers Swim Club recently faced off against some of the top swimmers in the state at the Georgia Senior State Championship meet this past week at the Gabrielsen Natatorium in Athens.
Three Rivers Swim Club swimmers took to the pool and came away with some impressive highlights against some of the top swimmers in their age groups in the 14 and Under Georgia Long Course State Championship at Georgia Tech’s McAuley Aquatic Center.
Competing in varsity track and field has taken Jah’Lia Evans and Ja’Taria Jackson to some new places. And their participation in USA Track and Field events has led to a few more.
There is a wide range of hometowns represented by the list of players in the USTA National Level 2 Tournament at the Rome Tennis Center at Berry College this weekend.
The YMCA Arsenal Rome Boys U14 2005 team’s postseason run at the United States Youth Soccer Southern Regionals was cut short this past weekend in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
CVTA BEGINNER LESSON — The Coosa Valley Tennis Association is sponsoring a beginner tennis package for people looking to start playing. The package features six lessons with tennis professional Jaleel Riaz every Monday beginning June 24 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Etowah Park. The cost is $50 and…
Eight swimmers representing Three Rivers Swim Club, Rome’s USA Swimming affiliate, recently posted some top performances at the 2019 Sizzlin’ Summer Invite long course meet at Georgia Tech’s McCauley Aquatic Center this past weekend.
The YMCA Arsenal Rome Boys U14 2005 team earned a spot in the semifinals of the Georgia State Cup in Cumming after winning its group, which featured some higher-seeded opponents.
The YMCA Arsenal Soccer Club 2009 10U Girls team sent two sides to participate in the Challenger Cup in Atlanta with both squads coming away with championships.
ROME YOUTH TRACK CAMP — Rome High School's track and field program is hosting its third annual kid's camp from May 28-30 at Historic Barron Stadium and Maddox Track. The camp will be held from 5:30-7:30 p.m. each day and is open to kids ages 5-14. The cost is $30 through May 22 and $40 after…
The YMCA Arsenal Rome Select soccer teams blew the opposition away this past weekend with seven wins to build a 25-4-3 overall record for the spring season.
Nail-biting finishes capped a weekend of stellar competition near the banks of the Coosa River for the 2019 Rome Junior Classic.
The spring air was once again cut by the swings of some of the nation's top young golfers at Coosa Country Club on Saturday as the Rome Junior Classic got underway.