Class AAA's top-ranked North Hall High boys golf team broke 300 in 18 holes for the first time in school history, shooting a 298 to defeat ninth-ranked Lumpkin County's 302 on Wednesday at Achasta Golf Course in Dahlonega.
The final rounds of the Northeast Georgia Mountains Cup will be played Friday at Chestatee High School and Allen Creek Soccer Complex. The games were originally scheduled for last Friday, but were delayed due to rain. Admission to the games is $5 at each venue. The boys' third-place game between Chestatee and Riverside Military begins at 6 p.m., followed by the championship game between West Hall and Johnson at 8 p.m. Both games are at Chestatee.
The high school sports docket is going to be a busy one coming off a week that was dominated by cancellations due to poor weather. Baseball, soccer and golf all have headliner games and events scheduled for this week.
The fifth-annual Big Red Shootout golf tournament is today at the Chattahoochee Golf Course. This boys tournament is a premier high school golf event with a pool including many of Hall County's schools along with ranked metro Atlanta schools, including five schools ranked in Class AAA's coaches poll. Top-ranked North Hall, fourth-ranked Elbert County, sixth-ranked St. Pius, No. 7 ...
All games for the Northeast Georgia Mountains Cup soccer tournament have been postponed until April 3, due to poor field conditions and more severe weather in the forecast this weekend. Girls games will be played at Allen Creek, boys at Chestatee High School.
As Madison Caldwell walked the fairway at Horseshoe Bend Country Club in Roswell, the Dawson County senior doubled over in the pain that she was feeling in the right side of her stomach, taking the breath out of her lungs for a second or two.
Gainesville High senior Spencer Ralston earned second place, behind a strong third-round 67, at the Georgia Junior Championship on Wednesday in Augusta. Ralston, the Class AAAAA Golfer of the Year, finished the 54-hole, three-day outing with a total score of 8-under (208).
Spencer Adams is not going to let the projections of his talent interfere with his preparation. The first-year minor league right-handed pitcher for Single-A Kannapolis Intimidators of the White Sox organization said he's going to continue to show up to the ballpark every day with one goal in mind: What do I have to do to get better?