Prep Sports


Tease photo

Crisp County baseball eager to pick up where last season's team left off

Cougars are back atop the Region 1-AAAA standings

Crisp County’s 2014 senior class is doing its part to help put the team in position to avenge last season’s painful loss in the semifinals. The Cougars are 14-2 and have won 10 straight since a pair of losses to Florida powerhouses West Orange of Orlando and North Florida Christian in the prestigious LaGrange Invitational earlier this year.

Tease photo

Buie settles on Jacksonville

R-C standout had considerable interest from several schools

The 5-foot-9 guard helped Randolph-Clay to a 27-4 record and the Class A girls public school state championship, while averaging 24 points, five rebounds, seven assists and six steals per game this year.

Tease photo

Calvary Day's Davis named next season's Deerfield baseball coach

Jonathan Davis is currently the head baseball coach at Calvary Day School in Savannah

With Deerfield-Windsor baseball coach Rod Murray stepping down after this season, Calvary Day’s Jonathan Davis was named as Murray’s replacement on Monday.

Tease photo

Westover boys, Monroe girls win Smith and Benson Relay titles

Patriots, Lady Tornadoes win team titles at L.C. Smith and Winfred Benson Relays

After not winning a team title until last season, Westover boys repeat as champions while the Monroe Lady Tornaodes capture top honors after a second place finish last year.

Tease photo

L.C. Smith and Wilfred Benson Relays rank as one of state's top track meets

Events begins at 9 a.m. this morning at Hugh Mills Stadium

Coaches agree the event gives track & field athletes an opportunity to see where they stand at the midpoint of the season.

Tease photo

Seabrooks to be inducted into GADA Hall of Fame

Dougherty County AD will be honored in Savannah on Sunday

It will be the fourth Hall of Fame induction ceremony for Johnny Seabrooks, who is also a member of the Albany Sports, Albany State and Georgia Track and Cross Country Hall of Fame.

Tease photo

Original 'Super 6' to be honored at All-Star game

All-Star festivities begin at 2 p.m. at Darton State

The Herald’s original “Super 6” basketball team will be recognized during tonight’s All-Star game at Darton State College.

Tease photo

Westover defensive stars sign with Middle Georgia State

Defensive standouts Colwell and Hurley sign with Middle Georgia State College

Julian Colwell and Kendrick Hurley played key roles in helping Westover to a 9-3 record in 2013.

Tease photo

Deerfield-Windsor soccer star Andrew Sullivan signs with Maryville

Soccer standouts signs with Division III school

The 2013 Herald player of the year runner-up scored 24 goals and 21 assists and was an all-state performer last year.

Tease photo

Monroe girls basketball coach Cheeks resigns

Longtime coach resigns but will continue to teach

Cheryl Cheeks led Monroe to the Region 1-AAAA title, a 25-5 record and a berth in the state quarterfinals this past season.

Tease photo

Sherwood's Christina Charles signs soccer scholarship with Truett-McConnell

Christina Charles holds Sherwood’s single-season assists record

Sherwood senior Christina Charles, who has set the school record for assists in a season the last two years, signs a soccer scholarship with Truett-McConnell College.

Tease photo

Randolph-Clay QB Caleb McFather inks with Reinhardt

McFather was a four-year starter at QB for the Red Devils

Caleb McFather, Randolph-Clay’s four-year starter at quarterback, signs with NAIA Division II Reinhardt University, completing a promise he made to his father when he was 5-years-old.

Tease photo

Lee County’s Irby signs with St. Augustine’s University

The middle linebacker was a two-year starter

Jeremiah Irby is grateful to have the opportunity to continue playing after he tore his ACL midway through the 2013 season.

Tease photo

Deerfield baseball opens season with shutout of TAE

Deerfield coach Rod Murray starts his final season with the Knights with a victory

Senior pitcher Wil Akins allowed just one hit in five innings of shutout baseball.

Crisp County’s Tyler named SEC Freshman of the Week

Robert Tyler tossed nine scoreless innings last week

University of Georgia pitcher and former Crisp County star Robert Tyler, The Herald’s reigning Ray Knight Player of the Year, is named the SEC Freshman of the Week