No. 8 Villanova caught fire in the second half against Georgia Tech to capture the 2015 NIT Season Tip-Off championship, running away for a 69-52 win at the Barclays Center on Friday afternoon.
Quarterback Tony Romo’s season ended in painful fashion Thursday against the Carolina Panthers. The Dallas Cowboys’ season died along with it, while raising serious questions about the franchise’s long-term plan at the position.
LSU head coach Les Miles indicated Friday that the game against Texas A&M on Saturday night will be his last with the Tigers, according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune.
Abbye Compton and Katie Beckworth have shown that one does not need to be a star athlete to proudly represent your school on the field of battle. All you have to do is work hard and want it.
Kevin Ware has gotten his final collegiate season off to a fine start.
The Heritage boys varsity basketball team is off to a 4-0 start in the 2015-2016 season. But this winter, the Patriots aren’t just winning on the court.
Newton quarterback Romario Johnson received the top honor by the Region 2-AAAAAA coaches being named as the 2015 Offensive Player of the Year.
The balanced scoring of the Campbell boys basketball team was a bit too much for Rockdale on Monday.
The third Saturday in November often gives SEC teams the opportunity for tune-up games against lesser competition to prepare for big rivalry games coming up on Thanksgiving weekend.
As the offense has started to spin in circles, the Atlanta Falcons have dropped four of their past five games and will stumble into a big NFC showdown with the Minnesota Vikings after a troubling 24-21 loss to the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday.
In what started as an easy runaway game quickly turned into a battle for the Alcovy girls basketball squad. But they were able to hold to beat Blessed Trinity 60-53 in the Lovett Thanksgiving tournament on Monday.
The sports landscape in Rockdale and Newton counties will soon look a lot different with the reclassification of the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) starting with the 2016-17 season as no two county schools will be sharing a region.
Newton’s Ciara Bryan is proof that wishes don’t come true, they have to be worked for as she heads to Georgia to play softball.
In a battle of four local swim teams, Rockdale came out on top last weekend.
Cedar Shoals won a region championship and made the state final four a year ago. On their visit to Conyers Friday, the Jaguars looked more than capable of repeating both feats.
- Locals make early headlines at collegiate level
- Heritage hoops gives back for holiday season
- Johnson named 2015 Region 2-AAAAAA Offensive Player of the Year
- Campbell tops Rockdale in tourney semis
- Hodges’ double-double preserves perfect season
- GHSA reclassification to affect all six local high schools
- Bryan moves on to UGA
- Girls title helps Rockdale win overall swim meet
- Cedar boys never trail in keeping Rockdale winless
- Collins Hill gets running game going to eliminate Newton from playoffs
- Romo’s latest injury deals blow to Cowboys’ present, future
- Reeling Falcons must regroup ahead of critical Vikings tilt
- Falcons must face up to themselves
- End of line: Broncos’ Manning meets familiar QB fate
- Active Braves reportedly shopping 1B Freeman
- Browns to start Manziel rest of season
- Pierzynski agrees to stay with Braves
- Garrett not pleased with Cowboys WR Bryant’s tirade
- Falcons regroup, plan playoff push after bye week
- Atlanta Falcons successful first half of season
- Villanova gets hot second half to top Tech
- Report: Miles’ final game with LSU on Saturday
- Dawgs on the water
- UGA and two SEC East teams struggle with ‘walkovers’
- Georgia Southern gives Georgia cause for concern
- Fournette family investigated for possible NCAA violation
- Womens college hoops season begins for 5 former area players
- University of Missouri president resigns after race protest
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- Georgia offense gets back on track with win over Kentucky