Sometimes the ball bounces your way - and sometimes it doesn't.
Buford started its defense of the Class AA state championship in fine fashion with a season-opening 42-0 shutout of Blessed Trinity on Friday in Roswell.
Riverside Military football coach Chris Cotter streamlined Thursday's practice as much as possible.
They say you have to crawl before you can walk. But they never met Dillon Lee.
Gainesville High School's football season got off to a rocky start on Friday as it dropped its opening scrimmage to St. Pius X 27-0 at City Park.
This is without question the only week in the high school football season when programs are preparing for a game on Friday night, but not worried about winning.
Though only the second week of high school football practice, teams are already gearing up for scrimmage outings this weekend. For some, it's a quick assessment before the season begins on Aug. 19. But for most, they'll have two weeks to review game tape before the season opens Aug. 26.
Chris Cotter knew exactly what he was getting into when he took over the football head coach position at Riverside Military Academy last year.
CLEVELAND - White County High School named its new football coach, and it's a name that will be familiar to high school football fans in northeast Georgia.
According to the parties involved, there could hardly be a better match than Banks County High School and its new football coach, Phillip Jones.
Two area high school football coaching vacancies are on pace to be filled by the end of the month at the latest.
The search for a new football coach is underway at White County.
Blair Armstrong, athletic director and football coach of the Banks County Leopards, is leaving the school to accept the football coach position at North Forsyth. Armstrong, who led the Leopards athletic program the last four seasons, notified school officials of his decision at the beginning of the week. His resignation is effective Mar. 10.
February at Buford High means two things: the girls basketball team is gearing up for another state title run and the defending state champion football team is reloading.
College football rivalries among local athletes will probably crank up a notch or two with eight area high school players signing a national letter of intent Wednesday with Football Championship Subdivision programs, and none with the same school.
Pickens outlasted White County 42-34 in a wild offensive shootout Friday in Cleveland.
East Hall battled its way to a 20-13 win over Wesleyan in the season opener on Friday in Peachtree Corners.