Rockdale spent the first half of Friday’s game struggling offensively and ended four of its eight offensive possessions with turnovers. The Bulldogs were a different team in the opening stages of the second half.
A big part of last season’s 3-0 start for the Rockdale football team was wins over county rivals Heritage and Salem. It was the first time since 2008 Rockdale had beaten both of its crosstown mates, and with last week’s win over Heritage, the Bulldogs can repeat the feat tonight.
It’d be safe to assume that for the 2014 softball season, Rockdale has seen just about enough of its neighbor to the south.
Seminoles drop opening match to Woodland
The sport of volleyball can sometimes be as simple as which team is better in the service game. For Salem, that couldn’t have been more evident than on Tuesday night.
It was a perfect weekend down south for the Heritage softball team.
Jallah Galimah couldn’t have started his first high school cross country season any better.
The Rockdale football team sure has enjoyed its two recent visits to Evans Memorial Stadium.
After a slow start, the Heritage volleyball pulled away from a local rival Thursday.
For the first time since September, 2009, the Rockdale football team will go into its game with Heritage attempting to start a winning streak in the series.
The Salem volleyball team came up just a bit short in its season opener Tuesday.
In his first start back in the minor leagues Monday, things couldn’t have gone much worse for Buck Farmer.
The Rockdale volleyball team made history last weekend.
It was a tough league opener for the Rockdale softball team Thursday.
The Heritage softball team has had plenty of offense so far in 2014.
On the most important day of his young baseball career, Buck Farmer got to see what it took to get out Major League hitters, while also getting a glimpse of what it was like to have big league hitters on your own team.
It didn’t take the Salem softball team long to show off what could be the program’s finest offense in years.
It appears the Detroit Tigers think quite highly of a former area baseball standout.
Buck Farmer made a nice first impression with his new team recently.
It’s high school softball season and the three local teams have jam-packed schedules that begin today.
Kevin Ware and his new teammates at Georgia State are headed to Central America not only for a good cause, but to play some basketball as well.
Jon Brewer had been looking for the perfect opportunity for some time, and he believes he’s found it in Conyers.
Buck Farmer is moving up in the professional baseball world.
A local athlete became a state golf champion recently.
A new era has begun on the baseball and softball fields at Salem High School.
Rockdale Post 77 got the Georgia State American Legion Tournament off to a fine start Thursday.
Anthony Bazzani had his first rough outing as a professional recently.
The new high school football season is a month away and plenty of enticing matchups litter the schedules of the three Rockdale County teams.
The month of July has been quite kind to Buck Farmer.
Facing a pair of his former high school teammates, along with the rest of the Rockdale Post 77 lineup, Alex Johnson was about as good Loganville Post 233 could have hoped.
Buck Farmer was dazzling on the mound once again.
Rockdale’s American Legion baseball team had a successful trip down south last weekend.
After a standout high school track and field career, Morgan Hubbard made official her collegiate plans.
If the GBSA Sox are to contend for a championship in the World Wood Bat 16-under Tournament, Mason Calloway figures to have a prominent role.
The Perfect Game World Wood Bat 16-under National Championship starts today and an assortment of local players will be participating.
Kyle Spinks threw plenty of strikes and Loganville had plenty of base runners in Tuesday’s American Legion baseball game at Henson-Carr Legion Field. Fortunately, for Rockdale Post 77, Spinks limited the damage with some help from Post 233.
Buck Farmer celebrated the country’s berth in style recently.
The dream summer will continue for a local youth softball team.
The Covington Post 32 American Legion team bounced back nicely from just its second loss of the season.
After a pair of rough starts in mid-June, Buck Farmer closed the month getting back on the winning track.
Covington Post 32’s American Legion baseball team came up just a bit short at the Paul Eames Tournament last weekend in Albany.
Sure, for Jason Borcherding and Team Georgia, summer tournament season is about winning baseball games, and hopefully tournament titles. But much more is at stake over the next days and weeks as the futures of hundreds of players will be determined.
After one of the most successful seasons in the program’s recent history, the Heritage softball team followed with a memorable offseason camp earlier this month.
Eleven local baseball players will participate in the Perfect Game World Wood Bat 15-Under National Championship starting today.
The accolades continue to add up for Candace Hill.
Local volleyball players have a chance to learn from the best the area has to offer later this month.
Gray Ritchey often pitches well beyond his years, and the right-hander did it again Sunday.
Rockdale Post 77 opened the POW/MIA Tournament Thursday with a 10-4 victory over Loganville Post 233, then held on for a victory Friday.
Kevin Ware’s career at Georgia State began this week.
Buck Farmer put together a pair of excellent starts recently.
Deunte Heath got another chance to start recently and this time things work out quite well for the Covington native.