Rockdale’s girls tennis team took all five matches against Heritage while the Rockdale lost one in their 4-1 win on Wednesday.
Newly named Eastside football head coach Troy Hoff is currently enjoying highs of the emotional rollercoaster he’s riding.
Eastside High School science teacher and assistant head football coach Troy Hoff has been named the new head coach of the Eastside Eagles.
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.
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.
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.
Not even four errors could help Alcovy as Rockdale’s Ahmaad O’Neal and Jelani Clarington combined to allow only two hits in their 2-1 win on Wednesday.
Alcovy’s Austin Richardson is doing what very few people get a chance to do, wrestle at the next level. The 152-pounder will continue to battle on the mat after signing to wrestle for the Bears at Truett-McConnell.
Francis’ hat trick leads Eastside boys to win over Griffin, Lady Eagles suffers loss in final minute
Eastside’s offense led by Tyrik Francis’ three goals was too much for Griffin to handle in the 5-0 win while a late-minute goal by the Lady Bears handed the Eastside girls their second region loss of the season in the 3-2 final at Homer Sharp Stadium on Tuesday.
An eight-run fourth inning gave Eastside the cushion they needed to cruise to a 13-1 five inning road win on Monday.
Newton’s Jeremiah Holloman had three first-place finishes to help give the Rams a second-place finish in the 36-team meet at the Jerry Arnold Georgia Challenge at Mill Creek High School on Saturday.
Newton’s tennis team won big and lost big sweeping Alcovy 5-0 in the boys and girls matches on Tuesday before getting swept 5-0 in both matches by Lakeside on Thursday.
Alcovy’s Daniel Mejia and Jackson’s Ricardo Fresta had good performances scoring four goals but the rest of the Red Devils were able to add more goals than Alcovy in the 7-5 win while the Lady Tigers shutout Jackson’s girls 5-0 with freshman Baylea Payne getting four goals on Wednesday.