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.
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When Commerce’s Sam Roach scored his third touchdown of the second half with 16 seconds left during Friday night’s game vs. George Walton, the Tigers were an extra point away from erasing a 21-0 deficit.
CARROLLTON — Commerce’s cross country team has been on the placers’ podium many times in Carrollton. But the view might have seemed a little bit different Saturday.
The Commerce Tigers' offense is showing that it's a well-oiled machine through nine games of the 2019 season, and game No. 9 Friday night (Nov. 1) at Riverside Military Academy may have been the best production yet.
Up 6-4 in the top of the fifth inning Saturday (Oct. 26) in Columbus, the Commerce Tigers were six outs away from a date with Gordon Lee in the Class A Public state title game.
The Commerce Cheer Tigers had what head coach Beverly Sailers described as an "off week" during the team's competitive competition at South Forsyth (Oct. 19).
The Commerce competition cheerleading squad made it back-to-back wins after taking first place in Saturday's (Oct. 12) competition at Peachtree Ridge.
After fumbling the opening kickoff, and scoring only 14 first-quarter points, the Commerce Tigers kicked into another gear in the second quarter.
Three seasons ago, the Commerce Tigers were struggling to find wins, but three years later, the Tigers can’t stop winning region championships.
After losing the regular-season finale at Hebron Christian, the Commerce Tigers softball team extracted revenge during the opening round of the Region 8-A tournament on Monday (Sept. 30).
COMMERCE – Some games you can look at the score and know exactly how it played out. Friday night’s (Sept. 27) game between Madison County and Commerce is an exception.
Brandon Martin ran to a fourth-place finish with a time of 17:26.43 Thursday (Sept. 5) at North Oconee to spark a fourth-place team finish for the Commerce boys' cross country team.
Heading into the second matchup vs. Banks County, Commerce head coach Melissa Mullis felt her team had gained "confidence" after throttling Madison County 16-5 and losing to the Class 3A state champion Franklin County on a walkoff.
Jackson Herald sports reporter Charles Phelps talks with Commerce head football coach Michael Brown about his time at Commerce as a student, time away from the field and motivation for his team.