The fans would have loved this game if they could have seen it.
Tiger Woods firmed up his upcoming playing plans on Wednesday by committing to five tournaments: the U.S. Open, British Open, Memorial tournament, Greenbrier Classic and Quicken Loans National.
With NFL teams leery of drafting LSU offensive lineman La’el Collins amid a murder investigation in Louisiana, Collins reportedly has petitioned the NFL to be removed from draft consideration and allowed to enter the supplemental draft in the summer.
Heritage’s boys soccer team showed that they can handle the pressure of being in the playoffs as they were pushed to penalty kicks before beating Sequoyah 3-2 in the first round of the Class AAAAA playoffs at Evans Memorial Stadium on Wednesday.
The Alcovy girls soccer team’s lack of speed in their backfield allowed the Lady Trojans to gain the advantage as Lee County eliminated the Lady Tigers 4-2 in the first round of the Class AAAAAA playoffs at Homer Sharp Stadium on Tuesday.
The Heritage girls soccer team had a 1-0 lead over Region 7 champion North Atlanta with 34 minutes left in Tuesday’s game. In a matter of moments, though, the host Warriors not only tied the game, but took the lead for good and went on to win 3-1 in the first round of the Class AAAAA state tournament.
The region track meets saw runners take the top spot 26 times as 64 athletes advance to their sectional meets on Saturday.
On Sunday, Brooklyn Nets coach Lionel Hollins gave an impassioned defense of Deron Williams. That came after teammate Jarrett Jack told him he was due for a big game.
Nobody expected the the Georgia Perimeter College softball team, which plays at the Newton Campus, to win the conference. After all, they finished sixth in the final regular-season standings of the Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association.
A strong Hillgrove girls tennis team ended Rockdale’s season Monday.
The top of the Clemson batting order was too much for Georgia Tech on Saturday.
The Heritage soccer teams will open up play in the Class AAAAA state tournament next week.
With the draft approaching, first-year head coach Dan Quinn has been pleased with the re-tooling of the Atlanta Falcons’ roster this offseason.
Atlanta manager Fredi Gonzalez initially struck his usual optimistic tone Thursday afternoon when he was asked about the inability of Braves starting pitchers to pitch deeply or effectively into games.
The Eastside Eagles showed what they were made of after fending off a determined Spalding baseball team to get the sweep in their Region 4-AAAA playoff games of Thursday.
- Holloman is epitome of a team player
- A stumble not enough to keep Stokes from winning a state championship
- Eastside girls finish 11 at Class AAAA state golf tournament
- Eastside girls golf team to participate in state tournament
- Eastside’s Francis, Walden selected to DiVarsity all-star team
- Wimbush sign to play at Truett-McConnell
- Eastside falls 8-0 to No. 3 Whitewater in second round of playoffs
- Freeman leaves Eastside after turning program around
- Newton, Eastside fall first round of baseball playoffs
- Eastside tops Wayne County 4-1 in soccer playoffs
- No structural knee damage for Hawks’ Carroll
- Curry and James headline All-NBA selections
- Braves’ Johnson nearing return
- Unheralded Hawks ready for Lebron-led Cavs
- Braves’ Miller has look of young ace
- Braves’ minor league bus wrecks, driver charged
- Braves’ Miller making trade look good
- Falcons show need for speed - and character - with Beasley
- Hawks take control with Game 5 win over Nets
- Falcons draft preview and offseason review
- North Carolina receives notice of academic fraud allegations
- Oxford College men win national tennis championship
- Golson chooses Florida State over others including Georgia
- GPC sports ends at softball nationals in Utah
- Another Newton player heads to the NFL as Hunt sign with Giants
- Jaguars win GCAA championship with 18-4 victory over ABAC
- 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