The Patriots’ baseball program, which won a state title as recently as 2009, will cease to exist after this season — which is why the kids from Randolph Southern plan to make their final title run count.
The Good Life City once again becomes the center of attention this week for the annual girls GHSA State Track & Field Championships, which begin today at Hugh Mills.
Albany High linebacker Juwon Young gets an official offer from the University of Miami, and he says the Hurricanes are now at the top of his list.
Monroe multi-sport star Davone Anduze chooses basketball and will play next season for Atlanta Metro.
Westover’s T.J. Cromer, a Herald Super 6er and two-time All-Area Player, signs a basketball scholarship with Eastern Florida College, while Monroe’s Davone Anduze is headed to Atlanta Metro.
That’s the rhetorical question Deerfield’s boys were asking themselves after Saturday’s frustrating state runner-up finish that saw the Knights score more than 100 points and still come up short of beating powerhouse Stratford.
GHSA BOYS STATE TRACK & FIELD MEET --- DAY 3: Heartbreak for Terrell County boys on final day at GHSA meet; Westover's Childs, Baconton's Wenzel
Jekerious Scott wins the Class A state title in the 100, but the Greenwave miss the team championship after one of the most bizarre endings in the history of the GHSA state meet.
Lee County enters the state playoffs as a No. 4 seed for the first time in Rob Williams’ 25 years at the school, but he believes his kids can still turn their season around. (ADDS: preview items on Crisp County, Worth County, Westover and Miller County baseball teams)
Worth County OL Marquavion Mency is taking his talents to Bellhaven University in Mississippi.
The Baconton Charter Blazers baseball team opens the Class A state playoffs today after putting together the best season in the school’s history.