The offensive struggles that have recently hindered the Gainesville A's may have reached a climax.
Two years ago, Banks County High football coach Blair Armstrong left Class AAAAA force Peachtree Ridge for the much smaller and less prestigious Class AA team in Homer for a chance to do something he loved: making bad teams good.
DAHLONEGA-When Gainesville A's pitcher Andy Edmondson stepped on the mound for his scheduled start Wednesday, he saw plenty of familiar faces enter the batter's box to face him.
The Gainesville A's needed only one inning to return to .500 baseball in Wednesday's 12-9 win against Loganville Post 233 at Ivey-Watson Field.
Before Monday's game against Rockdale Post 77, the Gainesville A's held a team meeting to discuss better performance in the second half of the American Legion season.
Rather than hear his name get called and added to the draft board, Chris Beck found out he had been selected in the 2009 MLB Draft on Thursday in a less dramatic fashion: through Facebook.
When Robby Hefflinger's name was called on the second day of the 2009 MLB Draft, it conveniently came from the closest team possible. The former Gainesville High standout and current outfielder and pitcher for Georgia Perimeter College was selected by the hometown Atlanta Braves on Wednesday in the seventh round, 208th overall.
There were no power outages in the lights at Ivey-Watson Field on Wednesday, nor in the Gainesville A's lineup.
When the Gainesville A's American Legion baseball team takes the field this summer, many of its players will dawn the trademark yellow and red uniform of this summer team for the first time.
After two decades of coaching boys soccer at West Hall High, Wolfgang Jager has seen it all. The ups and downs, the good years, the bad years and everything between.
Every golfer has an aspect of their game they consider their strength. Some are crafty with the driver. Others are masters of the chip shot.
Lumpkin County High golf coach Jeff Fleming knows about the intense golf following in Hall County.
Last week's GHSA girls state track and field meet marked the end of the track season for Flowery Branch High's Kiara McCue-Woods. It also marked the beginning of her cross country season.
Before the season began, Gainesville High tennis coach James Barrett Lingenfelter stressed to his players the importance of having fun on the court.
The second day of the GHSA girls state track meet turned out to best one so far for the Flowery Branch High girls track team.
COLLEGE PARK – Through 79 minutes of play, the East Hall boys soccer team had every opportunity to keep its historic playoff run alive in Thursday's Class AAA state semifinal match against Woodward Academy.
Not even the state's top-ranked baseball team is safe from a bad day at the park.
The Gainesville baseball team has found success this season by playing a relaxed game, even in the Class AAAAA state playoffs.
North Hall's Gabrielle Hoffman won the Class AAA state title in the pole vault with a height of 10 feet on Thursday at Hugh Mills Stadium in Albany.
Not even the scouting report could accurately demonstrate how fast a team the Chestatee boys soccer team would encounter in Northwest Whitfield on Wednesday at War Eagle Stadium.
FLOWERY BRANCH - The Flowery Branch girls aren't the first soccer team to discover that no lead is safe in the second round of the state playoffs.
At first glimpse, a boys state playoff matchup between Class AAAA soccer powers Johnson and Dalton would be expected in the championship game, or at least the semifinals.
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