Sam Clay went undrafted when he came out of Buford High in 2012.
CLEVELAND– Spencer Adams' second-round selection in the 2014 MLB Draft demonstrates baseball's ability to discover talent just about anywhere.
Michael Gettys has to decide whether his future in baseball will take him to the West Coast, or to the University of Georgia.
Entering his senior year at Flowery Branch, Brad Keller thought his baseball future was set in stone.
Michael Gettys won't be sitting in the green room Thursday night.
After a single year at Lumpkin County, Brad Waggoner is on the move again.
Ty Maxwell didn't even have to think twice about becoming the new football coach at Lumpkin County when the opportunity arose.
Gainesville High rising junior Spencer Ralston carded rounds of 70 and 65 for a two-day total of 9-under par 135 to win the Orchard Hills Classic on Thursday in Newnan.
INDIANAPOLIS- The finish at the Indianapolis 500 was worth the wait for Ryan Hunter-Reay.
Flowery Branch football coach Chris Griffin had to debate what was best for his program when it came to conducting spring drills this month, which is an opportunity for every school to hit the gridiron for a couple weeks to do some early evaluating of talent.
BUFORD - Buford made one critical error early in the deciding third game of its state semifinal series against Cartersville, and it proved too much to overcome.
Going into Game 3 of the state semifinals, Houston County's prolific offense had not scored less than four runs in any of its 32 games this season.
Dawson County's Madison Caldwell carded a 76 for second place in the Class AAA girls state tournament on Monday at Waynesboro Country Club in Waynesboro.
A video camera in the dugout will cost defending champion Cartersville its head coach for today's decisive Game 3 of a Class AAA state semifinal at Buford.
EVANS – Gainesville's bid for a third straight state boys golf title became a battle of winning tradition versus home course advantage.
The Flowery Branch softball team beat county rival Chestatee 9-2 on Monday night.
The North Hall volleyball team couldn't have asked for a better start to the season.
BUFORD - Tony Wolfe does his best to avoid dwelling on the streak.
John McCrary compiled a 236-94-6 record during his 20-year career as head coach of the Lumpkin County High wrestling program from 1986-2006. His wrestlers won seven individual state titles during that time, including a pair of two-time state champions, and he led the team to a state-runner up finish in 2001.