In a volleyball career full of accolades, Majesti Bass can add one more to her resume: All-American.
Georgia Tech’s offense had a big-play first half to build a lead, while the second half belonged to the Yellow Jackets’ defense.
Thanks to a dominant effort on both sides of the ball, Newton is headed back to the state playoffs.
As the Heritage football team heads into its final two games clinging to faint postseason hopes, a look back on the first eight games of the regular season produces a pair of numbers: two and six.
Marshall keeps winning football games, and Neville Hewitt keeps making a ton of tackles.
Last weekend’s outcome was tough to swallow for the Salem football team.
The Heritage football team still has slim playoff hopes in Region 8-AAAAA, thanks in large part to Friday’s outcome in Conyers.
The night belonged to T.J. Warren and the Rockdale rushing attack.
The Hillgrove softball team had just enough offense and plenty of Abby Evans to pull off a second-round sweep of Alcovy.
South Forsyth’s volleyball team stymied Rockdale one, final time.
The Marshall University football team is off to a perfect start and a former area athlete is a big reason why.
Salem’s football team hung on for an important Region 8-AAAAA win Friday.
The Rockdale volleyball team kept up its perfect month of October on Thursday.
Adriana Durden pitched the Tift County softball team into the second round of the state playoffs Wednesday.
A fantastic start to the 2014 season for the Salem football team hit a bit of a bump in the road two weeks ago in Hall County.
After his team’s victory in week seven against Cedar Shoals, Heritage coach Wendell Early talked about having to “win out” to make the state playoffs. “One down, four to go,” Early said following the 18-13 win at Evans Memorial Stadium.
Rockdale spent Saturday morning and afternoon proving it has no peer in Area 2-AAAAAA volleyball.
Tucker’s playmakers were far too much for Rockdale Friday.
Bernard Thompson is about to begin his senior season on the basketball court at Florida Gulf Coast, but first, the Conyers native received a pair of conference awards.
Games four-through-seven of the 2014 football season were expected to be a difficult time for Rockdale, and so far, it’s been exactly that.
St. Louis found a way to beat Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers once again. Now, the Cardinals are headed back to the National League Championship Series.
With a pitching staff that continues to falter late in games, the Los Angeles Dodgers find themselves on the brink of elimination.
For its struggling offense, an assist from the opposing pitcher was all Washington needed to keep its season alive.
Georgia Tech had all the time in the world on Saturday and it used it wisely.
The Heritage football team is going to need a phenomenal last month of the season to make the Class AAAAA state playoffs. Friday was a good start.
With a little more than two minutes gone by in Friday’s game, Lovejoy found itself down by a touchdown to Rockdale. The Wildcats got going shortly after that and cruised to another region victory.
Bulldogs, Patriots each win 2-0 over Alcovy
It was Senior Night at Rockdale, and Nazzerine Waldon spent it by personally sending the Bulldogs to a win in a decisive set three against rival Heritage.
The second half of the high school football season kicks off tonight for Salem, and what better way to get the stretch run started than the defending region champions.
With one powerful swing of the bat, the season ended for the Heritage softball team.
A pair of local football teams will try to get back on the winning track Friday.
Salvador Perez had struggled to put the bat on the ball in his first five plate appearances Tuesday. But none of that mattered after what the 24-year old did in at bat No. 6.
Another top-5 time for Dax Willette helped the Rockdale boy’s cross country team to seventh-place finish last weekend at the Georgia International Horse Park.
Last weekend, the Heritage football team went on the road and shocked Flowery Branch to put an end to a winless start to the season. Back in Hall County Friday, the Patriots weren’t able to repeat the feat.
It was just a one-yard run, but it seemed to change everything for the Salem football team.
Sisters Libby and Abby Bradford were teammates on the Rockdale High School volleyball team, and the pair has stuck together at the collegiate level.
Following his team’s victory over Heritage in week two of the football season, Salem coach John Starr said he felt his team finally had the first signature win in his five-year tenure.
The Heritage softball team has snapped its first losing streak of the season in empathic fashion the past two nights.
Just one Friday night can change a football team’s outlook, as was the case with Heritage last weekend.
Last week, Stephen Sansing said his team had put in the preparation and if playing their best, was probably the top volleyball team in Area 2-AAAAAA. As far as the regular season goes, the Rockdale head coach was exactly right.
Summer Walker seems to be adjusting nicely to collegiate tennis.
David Turner didn’t seem to want Heritage’s losing streak to continue.
Rockdale visited Artemus Mitchell and the high-powered rushing attack of Stockbridge Friday and left with its second consecutive lopsided defeat.
On two occasions in the late innings of Thursday’s Region 8-AAAAA showdown, Loganville looked destined to complete a come-from-behind victory and clinch the top seed in next month’s league tournament. Both times, Heritage kept the game tied, then won in dramatic fashion.
It’s been a rough start to the 2014 season for the Heritage football team.
So far, the 2014 season is going quite well for the Salem football team.
Rockdale tightened its grip on first place in Area 2-AAAAAA volleyball Tuesday.
The unbeaten start to the 2014 season ended with a thud last weekend for the Rockdale football team.
The Heritage softball team went 3-1 at last weekend’s Greenbrier Tournament, picking up some marquee wins along the way.
Third down was mighty kind in the second half to the Loganville football team.
After what John Starr called the program’s first signature in five-year tenure as head coach - last Friday’s triumph over Heritage - there was no letdown for the Salem football team this weekend.