Michael Gettys has to decide whether his future in baseball will take him to the West Coast, or to the University of Georgia.
Michael Gettys won't be sitting in the green room Thursday night.
Going into Game 3 of the state semifinals, Houston County's prolific offense had not scored less than four runs in any of its 32 games this season.
Sims Griffith wasn't afraid to take one for the team any way he needed to, even if it was a curveball to the top of his batting helmet.
BUFORD - Before their state quarterfinal series was over, the top two teams in Class AAA had abandoned playing baseball in favor of a makeshift game of Army on Gerald McQuaig Field.
Caleb Whitenton's arm injury gave Starr's Mill a brief glimmer of hope toward stealing a split with Gainesville.
Pouring rain quickly turned the field at Billy Ellis Memorial Stadium into a marsh less than 20 minutes into Friday's state quarterfinal game.
ROSWELL - Patrick McNamara never gave North Hall much of a chance to recover from one bad inning.
BUFORD - With an opportunity for some good, old-fashioned payback right at his fingertips, Jake Higginbotham delivered his best.
RINGGOLD- West Hall coach Dustin Rennspies threw about everything he had at Ringgold on Saturday, including five pitchers.
A bad case of strep throat left Michael Gettys less than 100 percent for Gainesville's first round playoff series.
Riverside Military saw its perfect season hit a roadblock last year in the second round of the state tennis playoffs.
Though only a 16-year-old junior, Matt Booth is effectively the grizzled veteran of a young North Hall boys tennis team.
Jed Lacey has seen a region title slip away from his team on more than one occasion during his seven-year tenure as Dawson County boys soccer coach.
When Michael Curry wasn't helping his pitcher's bid for a no-hitter behind the plate, the junior catcher was busy making sure Gainesville had more than enough run support to work with.