The Eastside boys soccer team found out what they were made of stopping a surge by Locust Grove to get the 3-2 win while the girls fell to the Lady Wildcats 3-0 at Homer Sharp Stadium on Tuesday.
Both Eastside and Alcovy know they feeling of winning and losing as they split their nine-hole golf match at Ashton Hills Golf Course on Tuesday.
Eastside’s defense committed six errors helped Locust Grove get a 2-1 win in an important Region 4-AAAA game on Tuesday.
Owners of rooftop venues with views into Chicago’s historic Wrigley Field asked a federal judge on Monday to block the Chicago Cubs baseball team from putting up signs over right field, saying they would block views and destroy their businesses.
Veteran second baseman Dan Uggla realizes there is not a lot of margin for error if he is going to make the Washington Nationals’ Opening Day roster.
Despite intriguing discussions about building a new stadium in Los Angeles, where fans might actually attend a game, actions taken Monday at the NFL annual meeting reconfirmed the game’s reliance — and limitations — involving the all-powerful video media.
Deep in the heart of Texas, the locals knew before the rest of us that Jordan Spieth could be golf’s next big thing.
Newton allowed one too many mistakes which allowed Tucker to score two unearned runs causing the Rams to lose a close 4-3 game on Monday.
It didn’t seem like anything was going right for either Apalachee or Salem in Monday’s Region 8-AAAAA baseball game, but Salem was the beneficiary of the final mistake of the night.
Two mistakes by the Eastside boys team resulted in a 2-1 loss to Class AAAA No. 7 Spalding while the girls fell hard to the No. 9 Lady Jaguars.
After nearly a month of tight road games, the Heritage boys soccer team returned home and finally got a little breathing room on Friday.
Guard Russell Westbrook posted 36 points, 14 assists and 10 rebounds to lead the Oklahoma City Thunder to a 123-115 comeback victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Friday at the Chesapeake Energy Arena.
Guard Fred VanVleet tied his career high with 27 points and No. 7 seed Wichita State set up a long-awaited game with an instate rival by holding off No. 10 seed Indiana 81-76 on Friday in the second round of the NCAA Midwest Regional at Century Link Center Omaha.
Michigan State knew how to handle a potentially tight situation this time.
Georgia State was all smiles one day after the No. 14 seed sent Baylor packing in the NCAA Tournament, and predictably the Sun Belt champion Panthers are thinking about what’s next.
- Eastside girls, Alcovy boys take lead into second round for cup
- Alcovy boys clinch playoff spot with win over Newton
- Rockdale takes two over Heritage
- Hoff ready to take Eagles to next level
- Hoff named Eastside head football coach
- Eastside boys get win 3-2 win over Locust Grove in split
- Alcovy boys get 17-stroke win over Eastside, Whiten’s 43 helps give Eastside girls win
- Eastside unable to overcome errors
- Errors allow Tucker to top Newton by one run
- Eastside swept by Class-AAAA, top-10 teams
- Falcons fined $350K, lose draft pick over fake crowd noise
- Uggla trying to win job with Nationals
- NBA roundup: Westbrook’s triple-double lifts Thunder over Hawks
- Falcons finally catch tight end, sign Tamme
- Falcons stadium funding plan upheld
- Hawks rebound with rout of Kings
- Braves’ Minor likely out for opening day
- Falcons want recovering LB Weatherspoon back
- Braves OF spots suddenly up for grabs
- Braves OF spots suddenly up for grabs
- 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
- Michigan State advances past Georgia
- Georgia State enjoying the moment
- NCAA Tournament roundup: UAB, Georgia State pull off upsets
- Hunter, Georgia State bounce Baylor
- Lee lifts UAB to upset win over Iowa State
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