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
By Gabriel Stovall LOCUST GROVE — It turned out exactly the way Darren Drake planned it. The 6-foot-3, 300 pound Luella guard will walk away from high school wearing a few titles that no one else in the school’s history has worn. Chief among them, Div. I offensive lineman. Drake joined a half dozen
By Gabriel Stovall LOVEJOY, GA — Just before Randy Robinson inked his scholarship letter of intent to Jacksonville State, the senior lineman was all smiles. “Before we start this, I just want to say that I am, hands down, without a doubt, the best dressed person here,” Robinson said. “Male, female, signee, no signee.
LOVEJOY — While the National Signing Day drama got a little intense for Lovejoy stars Montrell Custis and Preston Williams in the days leading up to, there were no surprises when it came time to pull out the pens. Custis, a 3-star safety who had originally been committed to Kentucky, and later Alabama, pledged his
GRIFFIN, GA — Jarrett Laws knows football. He knows coaching. He knows building programs. He sports a total of eight years experience in all of the above, with successful stops at Clayton County schools Mount Zion and Drew. But that doesn’t mean that his first year as the head man at a perennial state high
By Gabriel Stovall LOVEJOY – National Signing Day never fails to bring a ton of excitement for high school and college football fans. It also brings a lot of attention to the athletes involved, which can be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on how you look at it. As for Lovejoy
McDONOUGH — After former Union Grove football coach Paul Burgdorf retired following the 2014 football season, the school’s athletic director already knew the kind of person needed to fill the void. Nick Ellis said that more than anything, the next coach Wolverines football coach needed to “get” the Union Grove culture that surrounds the program,