It’s been a difficult start to the 2015 football season for Rockdale High School, and unfortunately for the Bulldogs, things don’t get any easier.
The coaching staff for the Salem High School football team had been pointing to 2015 as a potential breakthrough season. So far, so good on that prediction.
The Piedmont Academy bats were on fire as they crushed the ball for four home runs in their 8-3 win over Flint River on Tuesday.
Young Americans Christian School survived a late comeback by Sherwood Academy of Albany to win 44-42 on Friday, Sept. 11 at their home stadium.
It took three sets before Newton’s volleyball team was able to walk off their home court with a 2-1 win over Alcovy in a closely contested match on Tuesday.
The offense for the Rockdale High School softball team took the lead for good with a marathon second inning. The Bulldogs’ ace pitcher took care of the rest.
Alcovy heads into their fourth game only having scored seven points while their opponents have lid up the scoreboard with 108 points. If they hope to turn the trend against the Tift County on the road at 7:30 p.m. on Friday the young players are going to have to mature and hold their own.
If the Heritage football team is looking for a bright spot from the first month of the season, it’s that things probably couldn’t get much worse.
The Piedmont softball team felt the high’s and low’s of competition beating the Heritage Hawks 15-8 on Saturday before losing to Brentwood 7-5 on Monday.
If Eastside thinks they can sit and rest after their big 37-12 win over Griffin they better think again as they head off for their first road trip to take on Jonesboro at 7:30 p.m. at Twelve Oaks Stadium on Thursday.
It was an up and down weekend for the Heritage softball team.
Jallah Galimah and the Heritage High School cross country team had a fine showing in Carrollton last weekend.
At first it looked like Alcovy had turned the corner scoring their first points of the season in their opening drive. But things quickly went downhill as Pebblebrook came back to beat the Tigers 40-7 at Homer Sharp Stadium on Saturday.
The Lady Eagles jumped out to an early lead on Henry County and captured a 13-0 victory on Wednesday.
Alcovy’s football team is going to have to limit the amount of mistakes they make on the field if they want to avoid a 15-game losing streak as they face Pebblebrook at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday at Homer Sharp Stadium.
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