After leaving Auburn under mysterious circumstances, Tommy Tuberville is back in coaching, accepting the head job at Texas Tech on Saturday.
Coming off a loss to Georgia earlier this week, the Yellow Jackets bounce back in a big way Saturday by beating No. 5 Duke in Atlanta.
Lee County's boys and girls beat Worth on Saturday, while Calhoun County's two teams do the same to Stewart County and Miller Count boys nearly upset Herald No. 3 Bainbridge.
Taylor Withers, the two-time reigning Herald Player of the Year for boys swimming, won three events and paced the Knights to a third-place finish at a 24-team meet in Atlanta --- the highest placing in school history for a meet that size.
It's a funny story...My cell phone buzzed in the pocket of my jacket.
I am an athlete.I may not dribble a ball down a court and call out plays anymore, and I will never again stand at home plate awaiting the next pitch, but I am still an athlete.
Herald No. 3 Lady Patriots avenge loss to No. 2 Randolph-Clay; Westover boys rebound from loss to Monroe
The Herald's No. 3 Westover Lady Patriots rebound from Friday's loss against Monroe to beat No. 2 Randolph-Clay in Cuthbert.
After an 11-0 start, Deerfield runs into two-time defending Class A champ First Presbyterian Christian on Saturday, falling short, 58-57, in a thrilling battle that marked its first loss.
If there were any doubters of just how good The Herald's No. 1 boys team, Monroe High, is this season, the Tornadoes silenced the critics by beating all three city rivals in one week, capping it with a big win Saturday against Albany High.
After a scary fall left him out cold and in the hospital from Friday's game against Monroe, Westover's Onochie Ochie is released Saturday and won't play again until he is medically cleared by doctors.
GSW women's basketball coach Kelly Britsky wins her 100th career win Saturday against Montevallo.
The Albany Tech men have lost four games this year by a point or two, including one Wednesday to Coastal Georgia, and its tough luck continued Saturday with a 77-66 loss to Georgia Perimeter.
ADDU says drug dogs have a significant impact on the work the drug unit does.Ricki Barker, staff writer
The chairman of the Lee County Commission uses the skills he acquired in the corporate world to benefit the county.Carlton Fletcher, metro editor
Bill White, a longtime Albany restaurant owner, is planning to sell his business and retire.