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Rockdale Sports

Coverage of local sports in Rockdale County, including Rockdale County High School, Heritage High School and Salem High School


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Rockdale wins the NewRock cross country meet for the first time in 18 years

Even though the Rockdale girls cross country team came in second place, their 38 points was more than enough to allow Rockdale to take home the NewRock trophy for the first time since 1996 after the meet on Thursday at Sims Elementary.

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Lanier Longhorns prove no match for Heritage Patriots in 49-20 loss

Lanier showed no mercy on Heritage’s homecoming night as they crushed the Patriots 49-20 at Evans Memorial Stadium on Friday.

Alcovy capitalize's on Lady Trojan errors for 3-2 win

The Lady Tigers were able to take advantage of Lee County errors to give Alcovy the 3-2 win in the second game of the Class AAAAAA playoff game on Wednesday.

Consistent play to make difference as Eastside try’s to stay unbeaten in subregion

Eastside’s football team are going to have to make sure they keep their focus and do play the way they know they can as they head to Henry County to play the Warhawks at 7:30 p.m. on Friday.

Clutch hit by Hollingsworth give Alcovy 2-1 win in first playoff game of doubleheader

A two-out hit in the bottom of the seventh inning by Alcovy’s Tyra Hollingsworth plated Jordyn White to give the Lady Tigers a 2-1 win in the first game of a doubleheader in the Class AAAAAA softball playoffs on Wednesday.

Newton softball ready to host first round of Class AAAAAA playoffs

The Lady Rams softball team are facing a lot of first as they host Region 1-AAAAAA No. 3 seed Tift County in the opening round of the Class AAAAAA playoffs at on Wednesday.

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Young field goal lifts Cougars 17-14 over Georgia Christian

Piedmont Academy pulled out win in the last minute on the road to come from behind to beat Georgia Christian 17-14 on Friday.

Lott interception return seals Locust Grove fate as Eastside win 38-29

A late interception return for a touchdown by Eastside’s Ladrakigus Lott kept Locust Grove from making a comeback giving the Eagles 38-29 win on Friday.

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Newton penalties not enough to help Alcovy get the win

Despite costly penalties on both sides of the ball, Newton was able to overcome their shortcomings to beat Alcovy 33-7 in a Region 2-AAAAAA game at Homer Sharp Stadium on Friday.

Eastside Eagles to take advantage of their dual threat against Locust Grove Wildcats defense

Eastside’s ability to move the ball effectively on the ground as well as in the air could cause trouble for Locust Grove as the two pair off to see who holds the top spot in Region 4A-AAAA 7:30 p.m. on Saturday at Homer Sharp Stadium.

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Newton Rams and Alcovy Tigers try to avoid going 0-2 in Region 2-AAAAAA

Already having a loss in Region 2-AAAAAA play, the loser of the Newton and Alcovy game could be facing playoff elimination as the two clash at Homer Sharp Stadium at 7:30 p.m. on Friday.

New Jersey high school’s football season axed amid bullying investigation

New Jersey prosecutors are investigating allegations of widespread bullying and harassment within a local high school’s football teams, prompting the school district to cancel the remainder of the season, officials said on Tuesday.

Alcovy softball team dominates to win Region 2-AAAAAA tournament

Alcovy’s softball team left no doubt who was the dominant team in Region 2-AAAAAA winning both of their tournament games by run-rule to win the region championship on their home field on Saturday.

Eastside boys finish third, girls fourth at Spalding Jag Invitational cross country meet

The Eastside boys came in third overall in the Spalding Jag Invitational with the help of top-10 finishes by Patrick Dogherty and Joshua Mcgee at Spalding High School on Saturday.

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YACS Cross Country Boys Team finishes 2nd in Dominion’s Dash

YACS Boys Cross Country team finished second overall in their recent Cross Country Meet at the Dominion Dash. They also had two Varsity boys finish with their personal best times with Seth Nicol placing 1st at 18 minutes flat in the Dominion Dash 5K. Also, Paul Turner finished 4th overall with a 19 minute flat finish.