Will Peeples fired a final round 2-under par 70 to win the 20011 City Championship by five strokes over runner-up Pep Brown on Sunday at Chattahoochee Golf Course in Gainesville.
The Luna's Tuesday golf group played at Chattahoochee Golf Course this week. First place went to the team of Stan Davidson Jr, Nelson Wright, Richard Strickland and Doug Van.
After a second-round 75, Will Peeples held on to his one-shot lead with a two-day total of 147 in the City Championship on Saturday at the Chattahoochee Golf Course.
The Gainesville Parks and Recreation 9-10 year-old All-Stars lost to Columbus 6-4 in the state championship game Friday night in Toccoa.
Will Peeples is leading the City Championship after the first round, which started Friday at the Chatahoochee Golf Course.
Training to be a triathlete is challenging in and of itself. Throw a wrench into that process and, depending on how you look at it, you're at a disadvantage.
Lake temperatures remain in the upper 80s and the lake is clear to stained on main lake and slightly stained in the rivers. The lake level is right around 4 feet below full pool at 1,066.9 (full pool is 1,071). Check generation schedules before heading out to the river at 770-945-1466.
Former North Hall Trojan and recent Georgia State graduate, Alan Fowler has been named a Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar. This is the second consecutive year Fowler has received the honor.
At the beginning of August, Jonathan Hughes will get an opportunity most kids only dream of. The 14-year-old Hughes, who recently graduated from West Hall Middle, will be in Cary, N.C. on Aug. 1 to try out for the U.S.A. 14-under national baseball team. He'll be one of 39 kids competing for 18 spots, and those who make the team will remain in Cary until Aug. 11, when they fly to Venezuela to compete in ...
Gainesville High graduate Daunte Carr was named to the Southeastern Conference first year Academic Honor Roll. Carr, who plays safety, is a redshirt freshman on the University of Arkansas football team and is majoring in kinesiology.
The North Georgia Screamin' Eagles power soccer team won the second annual Georgia Games on Sunday, defeating the Atlanta Tigers 4-3 and the Charlotte/Carrolton Powernators 3-0.
Though they will be playing more than 4,700 miles across the Atlantic Ocean, there is still piqued interest in Gainesville for the Women's National Soccer Team playing for the World Cup title.
Saturday was a big day for powerlifters at Iron Beast Barbell gym in Gainesville. The gym hosted the powerlifting portion of the annual Georgia Games, with Special Olympians and various weightlifter competing, while notable bodybuilders such as Lee Haney were on hand to sign autographs and meet fans. "To be out here is very special," said Haney, best known for winning the most Mr. Olympia titles with eight. He is also former Chairman of the ...
Tommy Calhoun had a hole-in-one Wednesday on No. 4 at the Village Course at Chicopee Woods Golf Course. He used a TaylorMade 6 iron from 154 yards away, which was witnessed by Terry Clegg and Don Schrum.
Drew Exley and Sam Manzo get a thrill behind the steering wheel most kids their age can't relate to. Crunched down in the seat of their soap box derby cars, these rising high school freshman from Gainesville reach speeds of up to 45 miles per hour as they fly downhill and let gravity take its course.
A pair of teams carded 12-under par scores to finish in first place in the Wednesday dogfight event at Chicopee Woods Golf Course.
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