From the Atlantic Coastal Conference to the Big 12 to the Southeastern Conference and everywhere in between, 26 local football players signed letters of intent with colleges big and small Wednesday on National Signing Day. It was the first day that football recruits could officially commit to a college.
A lot can change quickly in the world of high school football recruiting. Kanler Coker is living proof.
It didn't decide the region championship, it didn't even do much in regards to tiebreakers, but don't tell that to the players who ran up and down the court from the opening tip-off to the final whistle Friday night in Gainesville.
FLOWERY BRANCH - Jacy Ramey likes where the Flowery Branch girls are.
When senior Matt Hollis, Johnson's leading scorer, went down with a meniscus tear during the Lanierland tournament in December, coach Jeff Steele retooled the offense.
Opposing teams have a tough choice on defense when deciding which of the East Hall girls scoring tandem to stop.
East Hall coach Joe Dix said it after his team held on for a 101-97 win, and North Hall coach Benjie Wood said it after his team didn't pull away until the last couple of minutes.
On Tuesday night, the East Hall boys basketball made the nearly 75-mile drive up to Blue Ridge to play Fannin County in a 8-AA North subregion game.
The local high school basketball teams are in the thick of their region schedules this week.
OAKWOOD - The Gainesville boys basketball team was tired Saturday night.
MACON - For the first time since 2002, Chestatee High wrestling coach Carey Whitlow found himself back at the state tournament.
MACON -- Jefferson and Commerce both cruised to the second round of the wrestling state duals tournament Friday at the Macon Centreplex.
MACON -- The Georgia High School Association voted Tuesday to create separate state playoffs and state champions for public and private schools in Class A.
Mary Kate Rushton needed one point to hit a milestone.
When Lakeview boys basketball coach Seth Vining first came to Hall County from Western Carolina University with his wife Cathy, he coached football and baseball, not basketball, during his first year.