Three Apalachee football players were first-team selections, and several other Wildcats also garnered recognition on the GHSA Region 8-AAAAA all-region team announced Thursday, Dec. 17.
The Apalachee and Winder-Barrow wrestling teams are in similar shape in the early going of the 2020-21 season.
A trio of Bethlehem Christian Academy football players turned in solid performances earlier this month in the Gatlinburg All-American Bowl in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, an annual all-star showcase for private school and homeschool players.
Bethlehem Christian Academy first-year head coach Bruce Lane felt like the program made significant strides this fall that he believes could begin translating more on the scoreboard next fall,…
Although Banks County schools are virtual, the Lady Leopards basketball team has stayed busy. With a continuously changing schedule, the Leopards were able to play their first region game agai…
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- GIRLS' BASKETBALL: Jefferson defeats Class AA No. 2-ranked Rabun Co. for major non-region victory
- WRESTLING: Region 8-AAAA duals crown up for grabs as Panthers set to host
- WRESTLING: Full Tiger wrestling squad ready to compete for area duals title
- BASKETBALL: Commerce girls pull out another win, boys fall to ranked team
- BASKETBALL ROUND-UP: Jefferson teams win, JCCHS earns region sweep, Commerce girls find a way
- Red Raiders making up for lost time on court
- Red Raiders search for answers to full-court pressure
- Catching up with … Jackson County girls’ basketball coach Christi Thomas
- GIRLS’ BASKETBALL: Commerce pulls off upset of Franklin despite being short four players
- Lady Leopards beat Towns County but take 1st region loss
- CHEERLEADING: Eagles take first at Dacula
- BOYS’ BASKETBALL: Shorthanded Panthers fall to Eastside
- GIRLS’ BASKETBALL: Defensive effort leads to region-opening win for Eagles
- Voyles, Clark and Stapleton go undefeated for Banks County wrestlers
- BOYS’ BASKETBALL: Dragons continue winning ways with road victory over Madison Co.
- BOYS’ BASKETBALL: Tigers suffer fourth-straight loss
- Banks County wins 74-62 in region game
The Commerce girls’ basketball team again found a way to win despite being beset with usual circumstances.
When asked, East Jackson girls’ coach Cherrelle Pullen wouldn’t necessarily say she’s “pleased” with her team’s 5-1 start. She said that might imply complacency.
East Jackson’s Austin Ackerman picked up a first-place finish and set two school records at the Shiver Me Timbers meet Saturday (Jan. 9) hosted by Tallulah Falls in Clarksville.
LOGANVILLE — The Loganville girls’ basketball team is ranked No. 5 in the state and leading Region 8-AAAAA. On Thursday, the Red Devils showed why.
As Jackson County enters a new wrestling region, it also enters one without a clear-cut favorite in the duals ranks.
In the midst of its region schedule, the Jefferson girls' basketball team took a break from 8-AAAA play and scored a major non-region win.
Here is a rundown of local basketball action for Tuesday, Jan. 12:
Jefferson wrestling coach Kyle Baird said his guys are probably growing tired of hearing his voice in practice — and they’ve been practicing for a while.
TUESDAY UPDATE: Madison County’s varsity boys’ basketball team defeated Chestatee 71-64, improving to 5-7 overall and 3-1 in Region 8-AAAA. Four players scored in double figures: Peyton South, 20 points; Omari Rucker, 15; Donnie Graham, 12; and Nolan Hill, 10
When star point guard Kayla McPherson was in the game the past few years, teams were reluctant to press Madison County, because the North Carolina signee, who was lost to injury this year, wou…
Advancing from the region to the state duals will take quality work on the mat, but it will also mean getting everyone to the mat.
Winder-Barrow senior defensive end Jacob Merrifield headlined the Bulldoggs’ list of all-GHSA Region 8-AAAAAA selections, as he was voted the region’s defensive player of the year.
Jacob Merrifield knew going into his senior season that he was well on track to earn a college football scholarship at the FBS level.
A young Winder-Barrow girls’ basketball team with new starters at four different spots on the floor is still finding its way, but Bulldoggs coach Kimberly Garren came away her team’s hard-foug…
Commerce drag racer Susan Spikes, a two-time track champion, scored her first win of the 2020 season with a victory in the Super Pro division Saturday (Sept. 19) racing at Atlanta Dragway.
Junior drag racer Cooper Hancock of Commerce picked up another victory in the 10-12-year-old division at Atlanta Dragway.