JONESBORO - One play can sum up what the Falcons were up against Saturday night against Dunwoody. With five seconds left in the first half, Dunwoody's Chris Singleton stole an errant inbounds pass, took two steps and flushed home a dunk as the buzzer sounded. That play capped off Singleton's remarkable first half, where the Florida State signee and McDonald's All-American scored eight points, pulled ...
FLOWERY BRANCH - On the eve of one of the biggest games in the history of Flowery Branch basketball the players were as relaxed as they have been all year.
Hope springs eternal for local baseball teams this time of the year. Everyone is starting with a clean slate.
The Lady Falcons (4-2, 3-0 Region 7B-AAA) remained unbeaten in region play with a 3-2 shootout win over No. 12 ranked Gainesville on Friday night in Flowery Branch.
Gainesville Red Elephants
GAINESVILLE - East Hall's senior class is quite comfortable in its own skin.
CARNESVILLE - East Hall was playing to survive and advance. Franklin County was playing with revenge on its mind in the second round of the Class AAA state playoffs on Tuesday night in Carnesville.
GAINESVILLE - A play here or a play there and the outcome is different.
FLOWERY BRANCH - No matter the condition, it's always good to start the baseball season off on a winning note.
Buford High senior quarterback Twoey Hosch has accepted a preferred walk-on spot to play football at the University of Georgia in the fall. Hosch picked Georgia over Jacksonville State. He finished his career with Buford with a 27-1 record as starting quarterback. In his career, Hosch completed 145 of 242 passes for 2,635 yards and led the Wolves to the Class AA state title in 2007.
White County's Sarah Holmes connected on two birdies and shot a new nine-hole school record (38) to lead the Lady Warriors to a tri-match victory against Dawson County and West Hall on Thursday night at Mossy Creek in Cleveland. White County carded an 85, Dawson County shot a 94 and West Hall finished with a 102. Kasay Holbrook, a senior, shot a 45 for ...
Area high school girls teams are playing tonight in the second round of their respective state basketball tournaments.
CARTERSVILLE - The East Hall High basketball team is heading to the Class AAA state quarterfinals.
The North Hall-Habersham Central baseball game originally scheduled for Tuesday, has been rescheduled for 5 p.m. Thursday and will be played at North Hall.
Tess Patton scored two goals and had three assists in the Lady Trojans' 5-0 win over Johnson Wednesday night in Gainesville.
BLACKSHEAR - This much is certain: one way or another, North Hall will end its historic season in the friendly confines of Jody Davis Field.
COLLEGE PARK – Through 79 minutes of play, the East Hall boys soccer team had every opportunity to keep its historic playoff run alive in Thursday's Class AAA state semifinal match against Woodward Academy.
Jackson County baseball players Nick Corso, Chase Dunlap, Joel Ellis and Coleman Barbee were named to the Region 8-AAA All-Region first team, announced Wednesday.
BLACKSHEAR - Adam Kelly and Griffin Olson had both been waiting for their moment. When it arrived, the North Hall seniors delivered.
Not even the state's top-ranked baseball team is safe from a bad day at the park.
Although it was a not-so-perfect ending to an almost perfect season for the Buford Lady Wolves soccer team, coach Crystal Fowler knows that this season is one for the history books for the girls soccer program.
West Hall High named Adam Rich as new softball coach on Tuesday by athletic director Scott Justus, replacing Warren Sellers, who stepped down from the softball program following the 2012 season.
North Hall and Gainesville both have a number of things in common, such as strong pitching, exemplary senior leadership and playoff experience. But while the Red Elephants are appearing in the state quarterfinals for the second consecutive year, the Trojans are making their first-ever appearance in the third round.
Nine local tennis players were named to the Region 8-AAAAA All-Region first team, announced Monday.
Gainesville soccer players Ricardo Gomez and Hartley Carter were named the Region 8-AAAAA Boys and Girls Most Outstanding Players, respectively.