The Eastside boys soccer team still has some unfinished business against Jonesboro while the girls ended the season in spectacular fashion beating the Lady Cardinals 9-1 at Homer Sharp Stadium on Friday.
There’s more to Freddie Freeman’s batting average than meets the eye.
A lawyer for college football star quarterback Jameis Winston, a contender for the top pick in the upcoming National Football League draft, on Friday labeled as a “stunt” the lawsuit filed a day earlier in a Florida court by a woman who says he raped her.
Piedmont Academy’s Zach Beggs, a two-time all-state baseball player heading into his senior season, recently signed a scholarship to continue his baseball career following at Young Harris College.
Newton’s baseball team were in a tough battle in the first game of Thursday’s doubleheader against Lovejoy before starting the second game with a big lead to win both games.
When it comes to the 2015 NBA Most Valuable Player Award, there could be more than one right answer.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson will be reinstated by the NFL on Friday, returning to active status for the first time since September, when child-abuse charges involving his 4-year-old son led to seven months on the sideline.
NHL officials plan to discuss Ottawa Senators coach Dave Cameron’s comments with him, but he will not be fined for his angry comments about Montreal defenseman P.K. Subban following the Canadiens victory in Game 1 on Wednesday.
Three Newton boys basketball player beat the odds to sign to play at the next level.
The Newton Cup has a new home after Alcovy defeated the Eastside boys for the first time in its 10-year history. The girls cup had a battle for second place with Newton almost coming back from an eight-stroke deficit while the Eastside girls easily retained the cup after the two-day tournament ending at The Oaks Course on Monday.
The Newton boys tennis team is going to host a state playoff match for the first time in nearly a decade.
Salem snapped a five-year losing streak against its county rival in game one of Wednesday’s doubleheader. In the nightcap, Heritage got started on what it hopes to be a new one.
The Rockdale girls tennis team did it again.
Former National Football League star Aaron Hernandez was sentenced to life in prison on Wednesday for murdering an acquaintance in an industrial park near his Massachusetts home, concluding the first of two murder trials he faces this year.
One of just six NBA teams that were idle Monday, the Boston Celtics enjoyed the league’s best night.
- Eastside girls finish soccer season with confidence for future
- Beggs signs with Young Harris
- Newton gets 12-8, 10-5 doubleheader win over Lovejoy
- Newton basketball sign three to play at next level
- Alcovy boys, Eastside girls win Newton Cup
- Mathis inks with Brevard College
- Eastside sweeps Henry County in rain delayed doubleheader
- Eastside explodes in third inning giving Eagles sweep over Walnut Grove
- Nick Womack’s aids in Eastside’s 6-1 win batting in three runs
- Newton boys win Westlake Relays, girls tie for second
- Braves’ Freeman hitting better than average suggests
- NBA playoff picture: Celtics clinch despite being idle
- Hawks’ Sefolosha says police caused injury
- NBA playoff picture: Bulls improve seeding with win
- Union probing police tactics in Sefolosha arrest
- Stults a diamond in the rough for Braves?
- New Braves Markakis, Grilli instrumental on opening day win
- MLB notebook: Padres acquire Kimbrel in trade
- Braves season preview: Tough times ahead?
- Falcons fined $350K, lose draft pick over fake crowd noise
- Star quarterback Winston’s lawyer calls Florida rape suit a ‘stunt’
- Oxford College accepting registations for Fowler Memorial Tennis Classic
- Indy remains magical for Duke, Coach K
- Duke fights back to beat Wisconsin for collegiate title
- Duke, Wisconsin tied at halftime of NCAA title game
- Title game set: Veteran Badgers vs. youthful Blue Devils
- NCAA president has major concerns about Indiana law
- Tennessee fires Tyndall amid NCAA investigation
- College basketball notebook: The late Smith treats players to dinner
- NCAA Tournament roundup: Wichita State holds off Indiana