The Rams get a game-winning single from Juan Waters to win the second game of a doubleheader in walk-off fashion and will go for the three-game sweep of Morehouse today. (ADDS: roundup items on Darton baseball splitting with ABAC; GSW baseball getting swept by Columbus State)
The Cavs are ranked No. 8 in the country and expect to cruise through this week’s Region XVII tournament for their 12th championship in a row, then head to nationals.
The Hurricanes give up four runs in the seventh and three more in the eighth to lose a key Peach Belt Conference game to Columbus State after leading by three runs. (ADDS: Lee County baseball, Baconton-Seminole baseball, Sherwood soccer)
The Hurricanes are seven games out of the final playoff spot, but their play the last two weeks has given them some hope.
The new women’s lacrosse program could take the same route as the Darton wrestling team and turn into an NJCAA-sanctioned program in a matter of years.
The Cavs’ bats go silent after the first inning as No. 12 nationally ranked Darton losses for just the second time since Feb. 9 and the first time at home this season.
They sure do love two-sport star Dexter Moody over at Albany State, where he first excelled on the gridiron for the Rams and now is shining on the diamond.
Darton has now won 19 of 20 games this season — and is 14-0 at home — after beating neighboring rival Andrew College on Tuesday, 9-3.
Today’s opener in Kansas will mark just the second time in history the Darton State College women’s basketball program will compete in NJCAA nationals — and this time they don’t plan on returning to Albany empty-handed.
The Albany State baseball extends its winning streak to three games with a pair of victories at home against Clark Atlanta. (ADDS: ASU softball, Darton baseball, Darton softball, Sherwood soccer, DWS soccer)
The 27th annual Nancy Lopez Hospice Golf Classic will likely raise close to $150,000 for the second straight year after 152 players tee it up with the LPGA Hall of Famer.
The Darton women’s basketball team punches its ticket to the NJCAA national tournament in Salina, Kan., with a convincing win in Friday’s district play-in game.
Darton’s hoops is looking to stay undefeated at home when they host Denmark Tech in the District J championship game today at Cavalier Arena.
The Hurricanes have won six of their last eight games and are a dangerous team headed into the start of the PBC tourney today.
The Darton golf team wins for the first time in 11 months, overtaking opening-round leader Wallace State and holding on for the title in their home tournament, the inaugural Doublegate Collegiate Invitational.
An annual golf tournament hosted by Albany resident and Hall of Fame golfer Nancy Lopez raises money for hospice.
Darton breaks 300 for the first time in an opening round this spring and is just six shots back of Wallace State heading into today’s final round.
South Georgia Tech has lost five of its last seven games and slipped to the No. 6 seed in the Region XVII tournament, but Jets coach Steven Wright believes his team can still make a run at the school’s first title since 2009.
The Cavs are looking for their first tournament win in nearly a year, and today’s Doublegate Collegiate Invitational gives Darton a good chance to snap its skid.
The Cavs improve to 13-4 with a pair of blowout wins against Lake Michigan Community College, while the Albany State baseball team extends its losing streak to 11 games after getting swept by Edward Waters College.
Two years after walking away from the big-time coaching ranks to return home to Southwest Georgia and take over a struggling Darton program, Lea Henry delivers the school what she promised Saturday: a Region XVII title.
Randolph-Clay’s girls basketball team has nearly a week to prepare for the GHSA Class A state championship after routing Wilkinson County on Friday by 23 points in its Final Four showdown in Fort Valley.
The Albany State football team hit the practice field Wednesday for the first time this spring with both excitement and uncertainty as the Rams have plenty of holes to fill, including their search for a new starting quarterback.
Benedict, the No. 1 seed on the men’s and women’s side of the conference tournament, end the season for both ASU programs Wednesday.(ADDS: Notes on Darton baseball, Darton softball and GSW basketball)
After leading by just 10 points at halftime, the No.1-seeded Lady Cavs roll in the second half to easily advance in the Region XVII tournament.
Davis Hines commits Tuesday to UGA, which gives the Deerfield star outfielder preferred walk-on status.
The Lady Rams snap a five-game losing streak with a 73-51 victory against Miles College in the opening round of the conference tournament, while the ASU men hold of a wild Miles comeback to win their own opener. (ADDS: ASU puts three on All-Conference team)
Darton State College has lost just once in its past 18 games and enters the Region XVII tournament as the team to beat. (ADDS: Darton’s Mitchell, Henry take region’s top awards)
Bainbridge’s April Thomas is second in the conference in scoring, and if she gets help from her teammates, like former Mitchell County star Kedeemya Cooper, the Lady Rams could make some noise in Atlanta.
The Rams have gone through three five-game losing streaks and have had to deal with plenty of distractions in what has been a disappointing regular season heading into today’s conference tourney opener.
Herald Super 6er T.J. Cromer scores 27 — including 20 in the second half — as Westover cruises into the AAAA Elite 8 round after whipping Westside, Macon on Saturday, 78-63.
Valdosta’s Jamel Sharp caps his remarkable wrestling season with Darton’s first national championship and finishes his freshman campaign with a national-best 30-1 record.
After placing a program-best third as a team in the national qualifier, the Cavs are taking five wrestlers to this weekend's NJCAA national tournament in Des Moines, Iowa, behind the leadership of first-year coach James Hicks.
Academically ineligible to begin the season, Jaren Harris and Justin Wilcox rejoined the Albany State men’s basketball team’s lineup after the Rams got off to a 1-10 start — and since their return, ASU has been a different team.
The No. 12 Lady Cavs find out early Wednesday that they've achieved the program’s highest ranking — then go out and win the Region title. (ADDS: Albany State softball; Albany Tech men, women basketball; note on former Albany High star, current East Georgia College freshman Chasity Mullins)
LOCAL COLLEGE ROUNDUP: Darton baseball beats ranked Chipola team, moves to 8-4; ASU softball swept; GSW men's tennis scores milestone win
Led by A.J. Sunstrom on the mound, the Cavs score a big early season win Tuesday on the road against No. 20 Chipola.
Albany State is less than a week away from its first spring practice, and the Rams are still in search of a starting quarterback.
The Darton golf team falls apart in the final holes of Sunday’s final round and finishes in fourth in the Faulkner State Invitational, while Cavs sophomore Nick Green wins the individual title by seven strokes. (ADDS: Albany State softball, baseball; GSW baseball)
Pelham continues its dream season in Region 1-AA by capping off a perfect regular season with a 52-39 victory against Early County on Friday on the Hornets' home floor.
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL -- REGION 1-AA TOURNAMENT: Pelham girls denied title for second straight year
The Lady Hornets were oh, so close to the region title for the second straight season Friday night before fate cruelly snatched it away in a 33-30 overtime defeat to Thomasville. (ADDS: roundup item on Early County girls clinching No. 3 seed with consolation win).
REGION 1-AA TOURNAMENT: Pelham girls overcome slow start, get back to championship; Hornets join 'em in boys title game
Down early to a lowly No. 4 seed Cook team, No. 1 Pelham storms back Thursday to clinch its spot in the region title game tonight. (ADDS: Early County boys upsetting Thomasville, reaching title game vs. Pelham)
The Albany Panthers have less than three weeks to trim their roster down to 27, and the QB position brings some of the toughest competition.
Led by a strong finish at state by Americus-Sumter star sophomore David Murphy, area swimmers close out the GHSA and GISA seasons recently.
The Albany State men lose their fourth game in a row, while the Lady Rams blow an 18-point lead and fall to Paine College in overtime, 89-84. (ADDS: Albany Tech men, women; GSW women; ASU baseball; Darton baseball)
The Darton baseball team used another wild, final-inning comeback to pull out a win, the latest coming Friday on the road at Northwest Florida State. (ADDS: items on ASU softball; GSW men's, women's hoops)
Screven County running back Jeremy Johnson is one of nine recruits to commit to Albany State this week, and Rams coach Mike White is confident more are on the way.
The Albany State baseball team finished below .500 last season for the first time since 2006, but this year’s Rams expect to get back to the program’s winning ways, starting today in their 2013 opener.
Wanting to transfer to an SEC school and not have to sit out a year, Early County's Shaq Powell gambles on going the JUCO route and signs with Georgia Military, rather than accept any one of a number of Division I and II offers.
LOCAL COLLEGE ROUNDUP: Darton diving duo take nation's No. 1 ranking into today's region meet; Darton women, ATC hoops programs both win Wednesday
Darton star divers Crawford Berry and Kelsey Carniglia enter today’s region meet as the No. 1-ranked divers in the nation. (ADDS: local college hoops roundups; GSW softball sweeping ASU; GSW baseball winning, 2-1)
NATIONAL SIGNING DAY: Terrell County electric quarterback, top-notch student Scott signs with FCS UT-Chattanooga
Jerkerious Scott lit up the stat book on offense in high school at Terrell County, but he picks defense in college Wednesday when he signs to play safety for UT-Chattanooga.