One would think that Commerce and Elbert County, two storied northeast programs, would have engaged in numerous classics in their 60-plus-year histories. That’s not the case, however.
GREENSBORO – A fifth-inning home run by Graci West sparked an offensive explosion Tuesday (Aug. 31) for Commerce in a lopsided win over Lake Oconee Academy.
COMMERCE – Carson Hobbs had a near-perfect night in the circle and at the plate Monday (Aug. 30) to lead Commerce to an emphatic victory over Banks County.
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ATHENS – Not only was Jefferson’s Katherine Law the first runner among the girls to finish the 5K Northeast Georgia Championship race, but she was also the only one to complete the course in under 20 minutes.
Commerce – American Veterans Memorial Park played host to three of the best softball programs in northeast Georgia on Saturday (August 21).
Though Commerce had to weather an hour lightning delay and withstand a litany of penalties to do it, the Tigers made sure their new coach had a happy debut.
COMMERCE – East Jackson debuted its new on campus cross country trail and its neighbors arrived to help open it. The Eagles hosted Jackson County, Commerce and 11 other schools Saturday morning for the North Georgia Two Mile State Races.
WINDER – Mark Hollars’ head coaching debut at Commerce nearly ended in a victory, but a costly penalty in the final minute prevented the Tigers from leaving Apalachee with a win in the preseason scrimmage.
The Commerce Tiger Sharks swimming program brought home a nice collection of gold Saturday, July 17 from the GRPA State Swim Meet, 24 metals to be exact.
The Commerce athletic program will host a cowpie bingo fundraiser July 16 from 5-8 p.m at the Commerce High School practice field. Tickets cost $40. The cash prize is $2,500. The event will include introduction of the Commerce fall sports teams.
As far back as 9 years old, Commerce’s Jake Frates dreamed of attending Harvard. He won’t have to dream anymore.
With no spring practice last month and a new coach in place, the summer football slate has taken on a whole new weight at Commerce.
Commerce’s Cameron Ford and Henry Sharpton and Jefferson’s Micah Webb teamed up to help the North all-stars defeat the South all-stars 23 1/2-12 1/2, in the state high school all-star golf tournament Wednesday and Thursday (June 2-3) in Moultrie.
As Commerce boys’ golf coach Matthew Lund put it, no parades are thrown for sixth-place finishes. But the Tigers are proud of theirs.
Facing a first-day deficit and one of the toughest courses around, the Commerce girls’ golf team emerged with one of its highest showings in program history.
ALBANY — The Commerce boys’ track and field team is once again state champions, and this time it wasn’t even close.
The Commerce baseball team led for the majority of its state quarterfinals doubleheader with Charlton County, but the big innings belonged to the Indians as the Tigers saw their season end.
The Commerce baseball team enjoyed a stellar regular season with its first region title in 25 years. Now, it’s fast at work on a memorable postseason.
Commerce track and field coach Chas Hardy coach said the focus is never on the competition, just Tiger athletes improving. But that didn’t mean taking home a region title wasn’t satisfying.
Commerce and Bowdon faced each other on the Tigers’ home turf back in February. They’ll do it again on Wednesday but with much higher stakes.
A 10-0 loss wasn’t the way the Commerce boys’ soccer team wanted to go out, but the Tigers can still count their 2021 campaign as a benchmark season.
What very well might have been the state championship game for girls’ Class A-Public was played Monday night in the second round.
Three Eagles take first-place finishes at Apalachee track meet last week
The Commerce girls’ tennis team will play for an opportunity to reach a second-straight Final Four when it hosts Irwin County Wednesday (April 28) at 2 p.m. in the Class A-Public quarterfinals.
Commerce baseball coach Steve Cotrell said his team simply wasn’t itself during the first game of a Thursday doubleheader to decide the region title. Given a second chance, the Tigers found their championship form.
The Commerce boys’ soccer team embarked on a long road trip for the first round of the playoffs and made the miles count.
Mark Hollars isn’t from Georgia and has only been coaching in the state for five years. But he was well aware of Commerce’s football tradition and wanted to be part of it.
Commerce soccer players Chloe Diaz and Ivy Tolbert have been known get a bit chippy with each other on the soccer field.
The Commerce baseball team suffered a seven-run loss Wednesday to a Class AAA top-10 Franklin County squad armed with a deep pitching staff. But, in many ways, coach Steve Cotrell gleaned what he needed from the non-region game.
After a week-long stay in Florida, the Commerce baseball team might have had a little lag from the road but was sharp enough late to salvage a region win Monday.
The Commerce baseball team returns to more familiar competition this week after a three-game tour of the Sunshine State. The Tigers also hope to return to the win column.
The Class A-Public No. 1-ranked Commerce girls’ soccer team piled up the goals again last week as the team continues to obliterate all competition.