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Rockdale County Sports

Coverage of Rockdale high school sports, including Heritage High School, Salem High School and Rockdale County High School


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Rockdale nips Heritage for second straight season

The Rockdale football team sure has enjoyed its two recent visits to Evans Memorial Stadium.

Galimah wins in first-ever HS cross country race

Jallah Galimah couldn’t have started his first high school cross country season any better.

Big plays help give Rams 48-21 win over Berkmar

Newton came out and were explosive against Berkmar to start the season converting six plays of more than 25 yards as they won their home-opener 48-21 at Homer Sharp Stadium on Friday.

Pats softball wins Statesboro tourney

It was a perfect weekend down south for the Heritage softball team.

Pats take two from Alcovy on volleyball court

After a slow start, the Heritage volleyball pulled away from a local rival Thursday.

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Late error gives Eastside win over Lady Tigers

Taz Powell’s run on an error turned out to be the deciding factor as Eastside held off Alcovy in their 5-4 win on Wednesday.

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Seminoles crush Rockdale again on diamond

It’d be safe to assume that for the 2014 softball season, Rockdale has seen just about enough of its neighbor to the south.

Chicago pride swells over champion Little League team

Tens of thousands of people lined Chicago’s streets on Wednesday to cheer on an all-African-American Little League baseball team whose U.S. championship has brought pride to a city struggling with crime and budget problems.

U.S. and Spain on course for World Cup showdown

A much-weakened United States should still be strong enough at least to reach the final of the 2014 basketball World Cup, which begins in Spain on Saturday.

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Browns WR Gordon suspended one year

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon was suspended for one year by the NFL on Wednesday for violating the league’s substance-abuse policy.

Wofford to set tone for Tech’s season

Georgia Tech won 19 games in Paul Johnson’s first two years as head coach, but the Yellow Jackets have averaged just seven victories the past four seasons.

Georgia ready for tough early test

When Georgia scheduled Clemson for a home-and-home series to open 2013 and 2014, coach Mark Richt was aware the impact the marquee game could have on the rest of the season .

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Hewitt pushed to U.S. Open exit, but no retirement talk

Thirteen years after winning the U.S. Open, Lleyton Hewitt was back out on Arthur Ashe Stadium court sweating under a blazing sun on Wednesday, still battling, still fist-pumping and still not ready to call it a career.

Rams to count on running game against Meadowcreek

Newton is hoping to continue to improve on their running game gaining 239 yards last week behind three reliable ball carriers ball carriers as they travel to Meadowcreek on Friday.

Salem volleyball knocks off Putnam

Seminoles drop opening match to Woodland

The sport of volleyball can sometimes be as simple as which team is better in the service game. For Salem, that couldn’t have been more evident than on Tuesday night.

Scott lands new deal with Hawks

The Atlanta Hawks announced Tuesday that forward Mike Scott re-signed with the team.

Sims to start at QB for Crimson Tide

Blake Sims or Jake Coker? It appears that Alabama coach Nick Saban has settled on Sims getting the starting nod in the Crimson Tide’s season opener against West Virginia.

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Harang key to Braves keeping pace

The Atlanta Braves need veteran right-hander Aaron Harang to pitch well for them down the stretch to keep pace in the National League wild-card race.

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Falcons’ offense humming with confident Ryan at helm

If the Atlanta Falcons are going to rebound from a 4-12 2013 season, quarterback Matt Ryan must play a major part in the effort.


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