Robin Hines, executive director of the Georgia High School Association, remains optimistic that student-athletes hoping to compete in the fall will have an uninterrupted schedule.
Model High Senior Brooke Roberts will continue her education and volleyball career at Snead State Community College. Brooke is the first volleyball athlete from MHS to continue her volleyball career at the college level.
Two Coosa volleyball players that have been a major contributing factor in the Lady Eagles rise to state supremacy have found new ck棋牌s for their talent.
It was another exciting season for high school wrestling in Northwest Georgia as one team completed the double play of state titles and one wrestler completed a four-year residency at the top.
This past basketball season saw area teams battle it out from region tournaments to deep into the state playoffs, and the action on the court didn’t go unrecognized by those watching.
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.
The high school Senior All-Star Basketball games scheduled for tonight at Georgia Highlands College have been canceled because of the increasing response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Model’s Gaven Freemen struck out four over five innings and scattered four hits, while Daulton Waddell threw an inning of scoreless relief as the Blue Devils shut out Chattooga 10-0 in Shannon on Wednesday.
Some teamwork and another big night from Lauren Akemon propelled the Model girls’ soccer team past Coosa to kick off Tuesday evening’s contests.
After coming close a couple of times this season, the Armuchee boys’ soccer team was able to celebrate a win on Tuesday as they Indians defeated Chattooga 5-2 in Summerville.
While the high school basketball season officially came to an end this past weekend, a local group is once again providing a stage for senior players to take the floor one last time in their team’s uniform.
Over the years, Rome High’s first big track and field meet of the season has been the Rome Invitational, and Saturday the ck棋牌 version of the event proved to be the biggest of them all.
Two Floyd County baseball teams found themselves facing off in Bartow County on Friday night, with one getting the pitching and offense to bring ck棋牌 a Region 7-AA victory.
It took a half to get the Rome girls’ soccer team warmed up Thursday evening and a split second to give coach Jessica Hewitt something to worry about.
Sometimes a team’s biggest opponent isn’t the one its facing on the field or the court. For Floyd County teams this season, it’s been the rain. A lot of rain.
A full team effort got nearly everyone on Rome High’s girls’ soccer team involved in a 6-0 win over East Paulding on Tuesday at Barron Stadium.
MILLEDGEVILLE — The Chattooga Indians had faced down some tough competition in the Class AA state basketball playoffs over the last two weeks and came out on top.
When their game came down to penalty kicks Friday night, Armuchee girls’ coach Don Bettler had to think back a little bit to come up with his representatives in their shootout with Pepperell.
While the Rockmart girls and Chattooga boys have seen success in the postseason before, the two teams are now entering into uncharted territory.
By the time Pepperell and Haralson County got to the bottom of the seventh inning Thursday evening it seemed that maybe there were no more twists left to be revealed.
After a deep run in the playoffs last season that saw the Model girls’ tennis team reach the Elite Eight, the Lady Blue Devils are continuing their success in ck棋牌.
One local swimmer’s varsity career at Rome High School began with a bang this past season. So much so that he is being recognized on the state level.
The sheer will and determination of the Chattooga boys’ basketball team was not going to be stopped Wednesday evening in ck棋牌r.
Three runs scored across the first two innings of Saturday’s game against Richmond Hill were all the Rome High baseball team needed to come away with a 3-2 win in the Richmond Hill Invitational.
A season removed from battling for the Class AA state championship, the Rockmart Yellow Jackets are anything but back to square one.
A new look for a Rome and Northwest Georgia tradition received a seal of approval from one of the media industry’s leading sports journalism organizations last week.
ROCKMART — Coach Vic Calhoun tried to find out if Rockmart’s boys’ basketball team had ever been to the state quarterfinals prior to his team’s game against Northeast-Macon.
ROCKMART — For nearly three quarters, the Rockmart girls’ basketball team fought to keep their hope of a spot in the Class AA state quarterfinals alive.
After trailing at halftime, the Rome High girls’ basketball team fought its way back into the game to send the action to overtime.
Christian Fonseca scored three goals for the Rome High boys’ soccer team and kept the Wolves’ record spotless with a game-winning goal late in a contest against Cartersville.
The prep basketball season came to a close for the Darlington girls Wednesday as the Lady Tigers were ousted from the Class A Private state playoffs.
The Model girls’ soccer program reached new heights last season, and while the Lady Blue Devils have lost some key players they still have plenty of weapons at their disposal.
The pressure of the opening round of the GHSA state basketball playoffs didn’t stop a couple of local teams from proving they are tougher than advertised.
After being down 6-1 early against Whitefield Academy, the Model baseball team fought its way back into the game only to come up one run short at the end.
After leading by 12 points at halftime, the Model boys’ basketball team struggled in the third period before putting Callaway away in the first round of the Class AA state playoffs.