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.
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.
Alcovy’s soccer team ran into a buzz saw as they got blanked by Lakeside in their first Region 2-AAAAAA match on Tuesday.
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.
Facing a Newton team fresh off a stunning victory over defending Class AAAAAA state champion Tift County on Wednesday, the Falcons were the next victim in the fourth-seeded Rams’ Cinderella run, losing 58-54 in Saturday’s second-round game.
The Lady Seminoles advanced to the Elite-Eight in the Class AAAA tournament with their x-x win over Cross Creek on Friday.
It took an overtime period before Rockdale could the Wildcats away in the first round of the Class AAAAAA playoffs with a 60-56 win on Wednesday.
The Lady Rams scored 19 points in the fourth quarter but they couldn’t overcome their play in the first three quarters losing to Colquitt County 48-44 in the first round of the Class AAAAA on Wednesday.
Although there was a chill in the air the Lady Rams were on fire outscoring the Lady Lions 7-1 on Friday.
The Social Circle swim team showed that the years of rebuilding is starting to pay off after qualifying for two events in the GHSA Swimming and Diving State Championship held on Feb. 6 and 7.
Alcovy’s girls soccer team showed that youthfulness is not a bad thing as they shutout Walnut Grove 4-0 while the Alcovy boys learned a lot of their 8-1 loss to open the season on Tuesday.
Mt. Zion’s junior Tyeisha Juhan was all the offense the Lady Bulldogs needed scoring 45 points as they eliminated Eastside 71-37 in the Region 4-AAAA tournament on Monday.
Nineteen local wrestlers got past their various sectionals ending on Saturday as they vie for a state championship starting at the Macon Centreplex on Thursday.
Even though National Signing Day has passed that does not mean the offers are over.
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