There are few better times in sports than the period immediately preceding the end of the season.
ATHENS - It was just a spring game.
I'm sure there are a number of varying reactions to the new power ratings system being implemented in Class A in the coming year.
In the classic 1989 film, Field of Dreams, one of the old ball players gazes out on that magical baseball diamond in the middle of corn fields and asks, "Is this heaven?" Kevin Costner replies simply, "It's Iowa."
It was my senior year of high school at Starr's Mill in Fayetteville, and my school's baseball team was 28-0 and ranked No. 2 in the nation by Baseball America.
Growing up, my dad was never a catcher when he played baseball.
It's easy to become absorbed by the compelling draw to national sports.
After three days covering the Buford and North Hall girls (and watching a few other teams) at the state semifinals and finals at the Macon Centreplex, here are a few thoughts on the end of the high school basketball season.
To get to the state basketball semifinals in Macon - or even the quarterfinals in Dalton - teams generally need to have an established identity.
Kristi House could see this coming.
Lakeview Academy girls basketball coach John Carrick dared to be optimistic when assessing his team's chances for the current season.
The Flowery Branch girls basketball team, the No. 1 seed out of Region 8-AAAA North going into the region tournament in Loganville this week, should know better than most how important it is not to overlook any opponent in the region tournament.
Last Tuesday night, Johnson High forward Montrell McKenzie had a smile on his face that no one could wipe off.
Last Tuesday, coaches and athletic directors from across the state converged on the Macon Centreplex to ratify the new reclassification for the 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 school years.
What do Kevin Grow and Wilt Chamberlain have in common?
Are you still trying to digest the Braves' amazing contract craze?
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