An eight-run second inning was too much for Lakeside to overcome as the Lady Tiger cruised to an easy 14-2, four-inning win on Tuesday.
Alcovy’s season has not started as they wanted dropping all five games while being outscored 160-19. Despite a less than stellar start, the Tigers have a chance to make it to the Class AAAAAA playoffs if they can get a win over Lakeside 7:30 p.m. on Friday at Adams Stadium to begin Region 2-AAAAAA play.
A 12-run inning leads to a 15-3, four-inning win by Newton’s softball team over Lakeside as the Lady Rams contol their destiny in the Region 2-AAAAAA seeding
The Lady Rams sent 16 players to the plate in the second inning crossing the plate 12 times as Newton put the No. 2 seed in their control with their 17-1, four-inning win over Lakeside on Monday.
Arthur Holmes provides big plays on defense while the Eagles offense has big second half in their 49-21 win over Eagle’s Landing
Eastside’s defensive lineman Arthur Holmes showed that he came to play getting two interceptions, running both back for touchdowns, and sacking the quarterback another three in their 49-21 win over the Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAA No. 9 ranked Eagle’s Landing on Friday.
The Lady Tigers solidified their position as the No. 1 seed as they get ready to enter the Region 2-AAAAAA softball tournament with their 7-0 win over Newton on Thursday.
The Trojans are not the underdogs they seem as they face the higher classified Tigers in Barnesville at 7:30 p.m. at Trojan Field on Friday.
The previous four games were nothing more than learning situations for Eastside’s football team as they get ready to begin playing the games that count against Region 4B-AAAA opponent at Eagle’s Landing at 7:30 p.m. on Friday.
Alcovy’s Kailia Johnson shut down the Lady Bulldogs while the Lady Tigers offense lit up the scoreboard in the 9-0, five inning Region 2-AAAAAA win on Tuesday.
Both Newton County teams had a hard time on the road against Region 1-AAAAAA opponents as both Newton and Alcovy were on the wrong side of the score.
The Eagles found themselves in a battle in the fourth quarter after shutting down Jonesboro for most of the game. But in the end several missed tackles late in the game proved too much for the Eagles to overcome losing to Jonesboro on homecoming night 27-21 in overtime on Friday at Homer Sharp Stadium.
Eastside’s football players cannot afford to get caught up in homecoming as they try to start a new winning streak after losing 53-7 to No. 3 ranked Griffin. The Eagles will to try rebound as Jonesboro comes to Homer Sharp Stadium at 7:30 p.m. on Friday.
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Newton’s football team better be ready to take on Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAAAA No. 4 ranked Lowndes on the road at 8 p.m. on Friday despite having played only one quarter in the past two weeks.
The last thing Alcovy’s football team needs do when they play at Tift County at 7:30 p.m. on Friday is give them aid in stopping themselves.
Griffin High senior running back Malik Miller rushed for 151 yards and five touchdowns and quarterback Anforne’ Stroud passed for a TD and ran for another as the Griffin Bears routed the previously unbeaten Eastside Eagles 53-7 Friday night in Region 4-AAAA crossover action at Memorial Stadium.
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