Livi Blackstock scored 19 points to lead the Jefferson girls' basketball team in a 68-28 domination of Monroe Area Tuesday (Dec. 3) at home in the Dragons' region opener.
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.
Allianne Clark scored a season-high 15 points and two other Dragons reached double figures as the Jefferson girls’ basketball team coasted to a 60-37 win over Lakeview Academy Saturday (Nov. 30) in a game played at Cherokee Bluff.
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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.
The Jefferson girls' basketball team has claimed the first of what it hopes is multiple tournament trophies this season.
Jefferson improved to 3-2 with an 82-76 win Tuesday (Nov. 26) over Dacula in the third-place game of the Tabo’s Tip-Off Tournament.
Playing in a Thanksgiving tournament at Apalachee, the East Jackson girls’ basketball team got itself an extra helping of victories.
The East Jackson boys' basketball team capped off a successful road trip to Northwest Georgia with an 82-68 win over Northwest Whitfield Tuesday (Nov. 26).
Jefferson coach Kevin Morris ended up feeling better about his basketball team after a loss than he did in its most recent win.
The Jackson County wrestling team proved itself against some of the larger-classification teams in the state as a strong duals season continued.
Paced by 20 points and rebounds from Haven Rollins, the East Jackson girls’ basketball team earned its second-straight win with a 59-46 Saturday (Nov. 23) victory in a Thanksgiving tournament at Apalachee.
A lively home atmosphere and a fast start added up to the Jackson County boys' basketball team's first win under new head coach Ty Baumgardner.
The Jefferson girls’ basketball team is playing host for the holidays in a sense, but didn’t want its visiting opponent feeling too comfortable.
Jefferson jumped out to a 19-0 lead on Flowery Branch and won by 16 points, but Kevin Morris wasn’t necessarily a pleased coach afterwards.
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.
While East Jackson coach Cherrelle Pullen wants her team to generate turnovers, she also wants to make sure her team cashes in on them, too.
Nearly reaching the 100-point mark, East Jackson improved to 3-1 with a 95-41 rout of Oglethorpe County Tuesday (Nov. 19) on the road.
An early-season offensive outburst led Jefferson to a convincing road victory over a program from the state’s largest classification.
The Jackson County boys' basketball team found itself down by a point with under a minute left but couldn't produce the go-ahead points down the stretch in a 58-51 loss Tuesday (Nov. 19) to West Hall on the road.
The East Jackson boys’ basketball team shook off a tough loss to Cherokee Bluff and got back in the win column with a victory over a Class AAAAAA squad.
The East Jackson girls’ basketball team dropped a pair of games over the weekend, but coach Cherrelle Pullen said the problems are easily diagnosable.
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.
Jefferson girls’ basketball coach Greg Brown earned his 200th career win, and the milestone victory was never in doubt on this night.
The Jefferson Dragons will advance to the next round of the state football playoffs Friday, Nov. 22, following the team's overwhelming defeat of the Sonoraville Phoenix 49-17 on Nov. 15.
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.
The Jackson County boys’ basketball team was edged in the final seconds of its Thursday (Nov. 14) opener at North Hall, losing 44-40.
East Jackson’s football season started with a three-game winning streak and ended on a seven-game skid, but first-year Eagle coach Cameron Pettus said his charges did plenty to generate momentum heading into Year 2.
Jackson County’s Sara Beth Allen was named the 8-AAA Pitcher of the Year by the region’s softball coaches.
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.
After losing much of his junior season to injury last year, Kade McNally is savoring all things football as a senior, even down to the most routine of tasks.