The soccer teams at McIntosh High School each sit atop the Class AAAAA rankings and Heritage found out why on Friday.
Eastside pitcher Brantley Proffitt gave up a few hits but he was able to keep the Tigers from getting back-to-back hits as he led the Eagles to a 12-3 win on Friday.
The Salem baseball team has certainly enjoyed playing in the friendly confines of its home ballpark in 2015.
Newton’s boys basketball team surprised Wheeler by giving them all they could handle in the Class AAAAAA quarterfinals but in the end the Rams could were unable to keep up with the overpowering Wildcats in their 72-54 loss on Thursday.
Eastside’s tennis team not only had to battle brutal conditions on Thursday, they also had to battle a tough Newton team as they were swept in both matches.
The Atlanta Falcons continued to clear unwanted players off new coach Dan Quinn’s roster Friday by releasing wide receiver Harry Douglas and guard Justin Blalock.
Updates on former local athletes in college baseball and softball
The Georgia Tech womens basketball team finally got the best of Duke.
It was another successful season on the basketball court for the Salem girls and Heritage boys and five players were honored as all-Region 8-AAAAA recipients.
Alcovy’s soccer team ran into a buzz saw as they got blanked by Lakeside in their first Region 2-AAAAAA match on Tuesday.
Blessed with a second chance, Forest Park’s Kerry Watson made the most of it. As a result, the Panthers are headed back to the final four.
New head coach Dan Quinn likes the size of a few veterans on the roster, but they haven’t displayed any propensity to rush the passer. The Falcons had 22 sacks last season, which finished tied for third woprst in the league.
A day after Kansas State fans stormed the Court at Bramlage Coliseum in the aftermath of the Wildcats’ 70-63 upset win over eighth-ranked Kansas, the university issued an apology to its fierce rival.
FIFA has recommended that Qatar hosts a shorter World Cup in 2022 staged over the cooler months of November and December in a move sure to set world soccer’s governing body on a collision course with the major European leagues.
The Eastside boys soccer team scored six goals in the first half on their way to a 7-0 win over Newton while the Lady Eagles started the sweep with a 3-1 win at Homer Sharp Stadium on Saturday.
- Proffitt keeps Alcovy quiet in 12-3 loss
- Season ends for Newton in quarterfinals loss to Wheeler
- Newton sweeps Eastside on tennis court
- Alcovy gets swept by Lakeside in first region game
- Eastside gets sweep over Newton
- Falcons fall to red-hot Newton
- Salem girls easily handle Cross Creek to advance to Elite-Eight
- Rockdale sneaks past Valdosta
- Lackluster Newton girls fall to Colquitt County
- Fonseca leads Newton girls soccer team with hat trick in win
- Falcons release WR Douglas, OG Blalock
- Quinn to put his imprint on Falcons defense
- Falcons’ hierarcy hitting it off
- Hawks use team chemistry to become best in East
- Kerr, Budenholzer to coach All-Star teams
- Quinn, Kyle Shanahan set to lead Falcons
- Quinn now appears Falcons’ top candidate
- Owners of NBA’s Hawks approve plan to sell the team
- Braves' John Smoltz part of four new MLB Hall of Fame selections
- Detroit feeling robbed by officials in loss to Dallas
- Kansas State apologizes for fans storming court
- Duke rallies past North Carolina in OT thriller
- Ellwanger boys excel at SAA Championship
- Former Eastside swimmers Robbie and Joey Ellwanger help give Berry College in runner-up finish at the Viking Classic
- Coach K at 1K: ‘A heckuva thing’
- Georgia’s Richt gets extension through 2019
- Paterno becomes winningest coach again
- Playoff football, Buckeyes built to last
- Alabama’s Cooper, Yeldon, Collins to enter draft
- Former UGA star, current Chicago Bears player Tim Jennings charged with DUI in Gwinnett