Rockdale County has a brand-new football champion.
At about 10:00 pm or so tonight, the Salem High School football team is hoping to call itself something it hasn’t in more than six years: county champions.
As the softball teams from Heritage and Salem were about to begin the sixth inning on Tuesday, the visiting Patriots held a slim, 7-5 lead and it looked like an upset bid might be in the making.
Despite so far playing only two of its 10 scheduled regular season games, there’s been plenty of good, bad and ugly around the Rockdale High School football team.
From walk-on to starter, Chase Alford’s come a long way.
Other than a fourth quarter fight that led to a dozen ejections, things couldn’t have gone much better for the Salem football team in its season opener.
As wild as the final four innings were on Thursday, it was only fitting how the game between Apalachee and Heritage ended.
The Salem High School football team is hoping to build on a successful 2014 season, and the Seminoles’ journey back to the state playoffs begins tonight.
Things were going quite well for the Salem softball team through the first four innings of Tuesday’s game against Flowery Branch. Unfortunately for the Seminoles, the fifth inning couldn’t have gone much worse.
Despite the finest start of his big league career, Buck Farmer still couldn’t find a win.