By Gabriel Stovall firstname.lastname@example.org It may not have looked like it, but Eric Johnson was not in his most tip-top, celebratory mood last weekend. The ELCA wrestling coach had reasons to celebrate though, while in last weekend’s traditional state tournament in Macon — two, in fact. Their names: Chase
By Gabriel Stovall email@example.com MACON, Ga. — At least three Southern Crescent wrestlers — all from Henry County — have won state championships in this year’s traditional state meet held at the Macon Centreplex. From Eagle’s Landing Christian it was Griffin Alexander (195 pounds) and Chase Burdette (220 pounds) taking home gold. From Union
By James Butler Jamesbutler795@hotmail.com HAMPTON, Ga. – A 19-point win in the game of basketball is considered a blowout 99 percent of the time. But the Region 4-AAAA Boys Basketball Championship Game was likely an example of the one percent of the time that it is not. Nationally-ranked Jonesboro stayed undefeated in the state
By Gabriel Stovall firstname.lastname@example.org RIVERDALE — Martisse Troup was entitled to a moment of retrospection after Wednesday night. His North Clayton Eagles boys basketball team had just climbed the improbable mountain of “comeback” on the way to a 62-59 win over Westminster in the quarterfinals of the Region 4-AAA Tournament at Atlanta’s Douglass High.
By James Butler email@example.com STOCKBRIDGE – The quarterfinals of the Region 4-AAAAA girls basketball tournament takes place Wednesday and the Luella Lions will look to continue its consecutive year streak of making the state tournament when they face McIntosh. Luella has made the state tournament the last seven years, sometimes as one of the
By Gabriel Stovall firstname.lastname@example.org MONDAY’S REGION TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE: REGION 5-A GIRLS (All Games at Atlanta International School, 2890 N. Fulton Dr., NE, Atlanta, GA): Strong Rock vs. Atlanta International (At Atlanta International, Atlanta, GA), 4:00 p.m. Drew Charter vs. Greenforest, 7:00 p.m. REGION 4-AAA BOYS: North Clayton vs. Douglass (At Douglass High School,
LOCUST GROVE — Luella’s Bryant Harris and Christian Duncan played different sports and took different paths, but ultimately they both found the same destination. A Div. I scholarship. Harris, considered one of the top baseball prospects for the 2015 Major League Draft, signed a letter of intent to play at Tennessee. He cemented that