At the young age of seven Ashcraft had a burning passion for the sport of cheerleading. From recreation cheerleading, to competition cheerleading and now school cheerleading she has done it all.
Growing up in the state of Iowa, Ben Lampe had pretty much been around wrestling his whole life. Lampe decided to give wrestling a shot at a young age when his dad decided to sign him up. “I started out just doing it for fun,” Lampe explained.
Starting out at a young age Hogan had a lot to learn about the sport of wrestling as a whole. “I did not win a normal tournament for like three years,” Poe-Hogan explained.
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Ivy Tolbert is one of those “you name it, I’ve played it” athletes. At a young age Tolbert tried all the sports out there such as baseball, soccer, dance, etc. Growing up with an older sister Tolbert was able to watch her play soccer. At just a young age the inspiration sat in and Tolbert kn…
The Jackson County basketball program had a huge turnout this past week at their basketball camp with 147 campers present. 30 JCHS basketball players were able to attend the camp and volunteer as instructors during camp. Boys head coach Bryan Parker and Girls head coach Christi Thomas were t…
Ezra Crumley had quite the unique start becoming a soccer coach. He explains the start of this journey as an “unorthodox soccer experience.” While at East Jackson High School, Crumley was the physical education teacher. He had always played football growing up so coaching football was a huge…
Commerce High School recently hired Sherrard Brantley to take over as the head coach of the boy’s basketball team. Brantley was born and raised in Dublin, Georgia. While in high school at Dublin, Brantley and his team won two state championship basketball titles. One his freshman year and on…
Russ Gregg came back home to Commerce High School in 2017 with the mindset to turn the basketball program at his alma mater around. Gregg was able to take the Tigers from only winning 10 games in three years to a sweet sixteen appearance this past basketball season.
Haven Rollins of East Jackson Comprehensive High School recently signed with Spartanburg Methodist College to take her basketball career to the collegiate level. SMC is a Divison-1 school associated with the National Junior College Athletic Association in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
Former Jackson County High School baseball player Jared Lee Adams has committed to Mississippi Valley State University (MVSU) to take his career to the next level. MVSU is a Division-I baseball program in Itta Bena, Mississippi.
Commerce’s Cayden Lord was named the Region 8-A Public Co-Pitcher of the Year after helping lead the Tigers to their first Final Four appearance in 26 years.
Jackson County baseball player Sam Bradley was recently named Co-Player of the Year for Region 8-AAAAA while seven other Panthers earned all-region honors.
Faith Kennedy was like any other first year teacher working through the hustle and bustle of all the first year jitters. Until she got a call one day that made those jitters completely worth it.
The Jefferson City School System recently hired Ezra Crumley as the next head varsity boys' soccer coach at Jefferson High School.
The Commerce baseball team's best season in 26 years came to an end on Monday when the Tigers lost to Metter in the Final Four series.
Jackson County High School sent a 400 meter runner and a relay team to the state track meet held at Kinnett Stadium in Columbus over the weekend.
In this past weekend’s Class AAAA state track meet at Hugh Mills Stadium the Jefferson High School girls were state runner-ups with a score of 61 points.
The Jefferson Dragons took the field one last time on May 13 before concluding their spring practice. The season opener is set for August 19 against Alpharetta at Raider Stadium. Head Coach Travis Noland is in his first season at JHS.
Commerce didn’t enjoy its best day of baseball according to its head coach, but nevertheless stands one win away from the program’s first Final Four berth in 26 years.
Austin Ackerman recently signed a swim and academic scholarship with Keiser University located in West Palm Beach, Florida. Ackerman was a member of the inaugural East Jackson swim team his freshman year. He holds all individual male swim records at East Jackson High School and has been the …
Commerce sophomore star Ivy Tolbert was named the state’s Player of the Year by Georgiahighschoolsoccer.com after helping lead her team to the Class A-Public state finals.
MACON — When it was over, the Jefferson girls’ soccer team went over to its crowd for one last standing ovation.
The Commerce baseball team has made a habit of reaching the Elite Eight and hopes to play even further into May this time around.