Gainesville resident Ernie Williams was there when Sam Snead, who had just been in a car wreck, came to an Augusta hospital emergency room soon after the Masters.
The Gainesville boys golf team has yet to be beaten this season, but the Red Elephants have also yet to achieve one of their main goals.
OAKWOOD - West Hall baseball coach Dustin Rennspies was nearly at a loss for words about his team's performance Wednesday night.
North Hall third baseman Griffin Olson signified both the early frustration and late elation of the Trojans' hitters Monday night.
Dawson County senior Carly Gilreath had a couple of big goals to accomplish in her final high school season.
FLOWERY BRANCH - It took less than two minutes for the Flowery Branch girls soccer team to fall behind.
North Hall senior Preston Graham is first and foremost a pitcher, a probable ace at that, with a 4-1 record that includes a complete-game win over fellow Region 7-AAA contender Buford on Tuesday.
Chestatee goalkeeper Andres Olivas made a big save in regulation just to get the game to overtime, another in overtime to get to penalty kicks, and another early in penalty kicks to keep the War Eagles alive.
For Benjie Wood, it's the right time and the right place. For Flowery Branch, it's the perfect fit. Wood, the successful North Hall boys basketball coach, accepted the same position at Flowery Branch High on Thursday morning. Former Falcons coach Duke Mullis announced his resignation Monday. "We set up the interview yesterday or the day before, they offered me the job this morning and I accepted," Wood said. "This has gone really fast." Flowery Branch ...
West Hall High athletic director Scott Justus has a tough job ahead of him as he begins to look for a replacement for longtime girls basketball coach Lynn Jarrett.
Chris Wolfe didn't have much of anything to complain about Thursday, except for the cold.
Early in the Gainesville girls soccer season, the Lady Red Elephants aren't showing any signs that the jump from Class AAA to AAAAA is going to be an issue.
The Buford swim program has a bright future, and sophomore Danielle Brooks, who entered the program for her ninth grade year, is a big reason why.
Gainesville junior Michael Gettys made one of his few mistakes Friday in the first inning on an 0-2 count.
Gainesville girls golf coach Clay McDonald was one of the most ardent supporters of a change to the Georgia High School Association's girls' golf scoring rules, and for good reason.