Here’s a look at action from Aug. 11:
Coach Robin Richards remembers Commerce High School’s first-ever practice on June 24. That day, players began learning how to serve … on a tennis court.
The Commerce volleyball team has yet to play its first match, but there’s already a buzz being generated around the first-year program.
The Commerce softball team played until the final day of the season last year, but that deep run did not yield a state championship trophy.
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It was hard to find Evan Davis not doing something involving baseball. That’s just one of the ways in which Commerce baseball coach Steve Cotrell remembered the Tiger standout a day after his passing.
Commerce’s Cole Chancey needs 542 rushing yards to become Harding University’s all-time leading rusher. But he’s more interested in placing a different title next to his name: National champion.
Commerce baseball doesn’t know when its next game will take place, but going into its March 13 matchup vs. Harding Academy the day could only be described as a “whirlwind of craziness,” according to head coach Steve Cotrell.
The Commerce City School System will close March 16-20 due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), the district announced Friday, March 13. With it comes no spring sports during that time.
A two-run single in the bottom of the fifth inning from Evan Davis pushed the Commerce baseball team past East Jackson 3-2 Wednesday (Feb. 19) at home in a pairing of crosstown foes.
Even though the Commerce Tigers' Feb. 17 game at Johnson County was canceled because of rain, the team was able to still get two games in over the extended weekend break.
MACON – In January, the Commerce wrestling program watched Trion celebrate winning the GHSA state duals title, ending the Tigers’ dominance in the team competition at six straight duals titles.
Kate Hill and Chloe Diaz both recorded a hat trick in the season opener as the Commerce girls' team routed Drew Charter 11-1 last Wednesday (Feb. 5).
It wasn't a perfect sweep of champions at the Area 6-A tournament last Saturday (Feb. 1) for the Commerce Tigers wrestling program, but it was a perfect day of advancing a step closer to the state tournament in Macon.
Early in the fourth quarter of the Commerce Tigers' Monday night (Feb. 3) matchup vs. Athens Academy, the Tigers' season looked like it was going to keep going in the Region 8-A tournament.
Commerce distance runner Demarco Hernandez has signed a track and field and cross country scholarship with Emmanuel College. Pictured are (front row, L to R) Hernandez, Vanessa Hernandez (mother), (back row) Chas Hardy (track coach) and Mark Hale (XC coach).
Commerce wrestling has been the king of Class A, winning six-straight state duals and traditional titles, and after breezing through the Area 6-A duals on Saturday (Jan. 11), the Tigers have their eye on the state throne once again.
Even though Commerce was down three starters during a tri-duals meet at Mountain View, the Tigers still managed to earn quite a few pins and a win against a Class AAAAAAA school.
In the early stages of Monday's (Dec. 30) game between Jackson County and Commerce, it was a battle of the No. 1s for both sides.
The Commerce Tiger wrestling team had its first out-of-state wrestling tournament over the weekend (Dec. 20-21) and was able to garner good results.
If there's one thing Commerce girls' basketball coach Brad Puckett has wanted to see consistently since the start of the season it's balance on offense.
Commerce's early-season momentum came to a screeching halt Tuesday (Dec. 3) thanks to Galloway's sharp-shooting ability in the first half.
When Bryanna Sanders made back-to-back 3-pointers to close out the first quarter vs. Galloway, the Commerce Lady Tigers led 16-15.
The Commerce Tigers football program boasts a rich history, but few games equal the 1964 first round playoff thriller against the South Habersham Rebels. Fifty-five years later the game stands as one of the most exciting and bizarre finishes in Commerce Tigers lore.
Commerce owned the scoreboard and the clock at intermission Friday at Larry Campbell Stadium in Lincolnton. Unfortunately, the walk back to the locker room after the final buzzer was a more somber experience.
Commerce hasn’t played Lincoln County in eight years, but the Tigers will face a team looking much like the Red Devils of old.
The Commerce High School girls’ swimming team finished near the top of the field of teams at Saturday’s (Nov. 16) North Hall meet at Frances Meadows Aquatic Center.
The Commerce competitive cheerleading team proved itself as one of Class A Public's best with a second-place finish Friday (Nov. 15) at the state meet in Columbus.
After putting together the biggest comeback in program history to end the regular season, the Commerce Tigers' focus now comes back to the next task at hand: the Class A Public state playoffs.