These are the fishing prospects for this weekend for the Flint River and lakes Blackshear, Seminole and Walter F. George.
The 6-foot-1, 185-pound quarterback has thrown for 2,219 yards, 28 touchdowns and no interceptions in mostly the first half of games this season.
The top-ranked Trojans, the defending Georgia High School Association Class 6A state champions, don’t expect the running clock in the fourth quarter trend to continue in the postseason.
It wasn’t the best-looking victory, but the top-ranked Trojans built a 35-point halftime lead and cruised to an easy 48-13 victory over Mundy’s Mill Friday night in the first round of the Georgia High School Association Class 6A football playoffs at Trojan Field.
A new basketball season is on the horizon in southwest Georgia, and there is a new place in Albany at Monroe High School for students and the community to appreciate.
After their 16th win in a row, including a 10-0 record this year, the Lee County Trojans will head into the state playoffs Friday night when they host the Mundy Mill Tigers of Jonesboro.
Lee County was again the winner in the south Georgia Trojan War Friday night as Lee defeated Coffee County 38-7 in a repeat of last year’s state championship game.
The Pelham Hornets defeated arch-rival Mitchell County 34-13 Friday night in Pelham to complete the first 10-0 perfect season in the history of Pelham High football and give the Hornets their second region championship in three years.
Friday night football games in south Georgia are always a big deal. This Friday is an even bigger deal for Pelham and Mitchell County as they square off in the highly anticipated Class A Region 1 Championship.
Deerfield-Windsor’s cross country teams had lofty expectations coming into this season and Saturday morning they were able to meet them at the GISA State Championship Meet.
Championship season was the theme of this week as a region and state title were captured by local teams in a couple of different sports.
In the mid 1980s and well into the early 2000s, Lee County High School football was a mess, wallowing around in a sea of badness hoping for mediocrity. The Trojans were standard homecoming fare for many teams in the region, but not anymore.
South Georgia sports teams showed resiliency and grit this week, finding a way to compete while recovering from Hurricane Michael.
Week 9 of the prep football season featured a number of impressive offensive performances by the few home teams in action
It was a good night for the Westover Patriots as the offense and defense put points on the board in the 51-0 win over Shaw Friday night at Hugh Mills Stadium.
Sherwood Christian Academy football player Zach Davidson has won this week’s Fan’s Choice Athlete of the Week poll with more than 750 votes.
Norcross High just got a big addition as former Deerfield-Windsor standout and Xavier commit Daniel Ramsey announced he will be transferring with plans of joining the Blue Devil basketball team.
Each week during the prep sports season, the Albany Herald will honor a Fans Choice Athlete of the Week based on fan voting during the week at www.albanyherald.com. Voting begins by Monday morning and closes at noon on Wednesday. The winner will be honored in the print and web versions of th…
The Gatewood Gators of Eatonton scored three times in the first quarter to build a quick 21-0 lead over the Terrell Academy Eagles, then held on to beat the Eagles on Homecoming by a 37-21 score Friday night in Dawson.
Deerfield-Windsor cross country runner Porter Hill has won this week’s Fan’s Choice Athlete of the Week poll with 535 votes.
The Gatewood Gators scored 36 points in the second quarter Friday night to blow open a tied game and defeat the Westwood Wildcats 42-6 at Centennial Stadium in Camilla.