Katie Scali knew she had a good team this season, and like any good coach, she made it her job to hide from her team just how good she thought they were.
North Hall started the baseball season splitting its first two games, losing the second 11-1 to Flowery Branch. In their third game of the season, the Trojans were on their way to another sound defeat in their Region 8-AAA opener at White County, trailing 9-3 through five innings.
John McFall has seen a lot of West Hall tennis teams in his tenure as coach of the Spartans, which dates back to 1988.
Yes, it's early in the baseball season and there are plenty of games to be played, but it's hard not to notice Flowery Branch's quick start.
In recent years, Hall County has been a producer of top-tier high school soccer teams. This year is no different. In Class AAA, the boys' side has two teams, Johnson and Gainesville, inside the state's top five. The undefeated Knights (8-0) are ranked No. 3, and the defending state champion Red Elephants (6-1) are No. 4, according to the EuroSportScoreboard.com coaches poll. Both schools are prime candidates to continue a trend of Hall County schools ...
Hey, I've got a brilliant idea. Let's take five high school basketball teams from the metro Atlanta area, another from Hall County, one from Rabun County and one from LaGrange and have them play a basketball tournament in Dalton, a place two or more hours away from their schools. And now let's ask the fans and community members to take off work early, pile in their cars and make the trek to an event site ...
I was sitting outside enjoying the beautiful weather Sunday when AC/DC's "Thunderstuck" started playing on the iPhone.
Take heed, Braves fans: this is the time of year for hope.
It was almost like a movie.
Ever since my son Brady was born four years ago, I've wondered about the past and contemplated the future.
You may have heard the labor negotiations between the NFL owners and Players Association took a turn for the worse Thursday when both sides walked away from the talks and declined to give much of an explanation.
It took Deshaun Watson only two minutes to utter the phrase "big-time players make big-time plays in big moments."
Ah, yes. Age 22. I remember that. Barely.
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