Alcovy’s pitching held the Lady Bulldogs to one hit while striking out 13 batters in the 8-0, six-inning Region 2-AAAAAA win at Rockdale on Tuesday.
Getting the win over Baldwin is not the top priority for the Alcovy football team as they prepare to take on the Class AAAA Braves in Milledgeville at 7:30 p.m. on Friday.
Newton has been hitting on all cylinders offensively scoring 101 points in their first two games including a 55-0 thrashing to Meadowcreek in their home opener. They will try to keep the momentum going on Friday as they travel to Rome to take on the Wolves at 7:30 p.m. on Friday.
Sights from Eastside and Alcovy football on their season opener
Newton struck early and often as the Rams never gave Meadowcreek a chance as they went on to win their home opener 55-0 Saturday night at Homer Sharp Stadium.
The team of Austin Holloway and Josh Sims were too much for Alcovy’s defense as the two connected three times for touchdowns as the Eagles beat their county rival 41-0 at Homer Sharp Stadium on Friday.
Newton has a simple plan as they prepare for their home opener at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday against Meadowcreek, score quick and early.
What looked like batting and pitching practice was actually the first Region 2-AAAAAA game of the season as the Lady Tigers crushed Tucker 13-0 in four innings on Thursday.
Both Eastside and Alcovy are looking to start the season with a win in but for different reasons as the two county rival’s 10th meeting at Homer Sharp Stadium on Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Having been at Eastside for the past 10 years with former head coach Rick Hurst, first-year head Troy Hoff already had the system he wants in place making the transition in coaches a smooth one for everyone concerned as they ready for their first game on Friday.
Errors played a huge part in the outcome of the Newton-Eastside game as the Lady Rams committed nine errors and had three wild pitches allowing the Lady Eagles to take the 15-3 win on Monday.
Just two games into the high school football season and already a few stand outs have emerged. Here are week one’s Four Stars.
Heritage made the plays they needed while taking advantage of Eastside’s errors and mental to get the first win of the season blanking the visiting Lady Eagles 9-0 in six innings on Wednesday.
Former Eastside soccer player Tyrik Francis hopes to start his college career at Truett-McConnell with the same impact he ended his high school career.
LOS ANGELES — Rockdale’s Candace Hill again felt the thrill of victory at the 13th annual Gatorade High School Athlete of the Year awards where she was named the 2015 Gatorade Female Athlete of the Year honor, becoming the first sophomore, male or female, to ever win the prestigious award.
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