A North Hall and Chestatee game typifies what high school football is all about. A huge part of this rivalry is the fact that Chestatee peeled off its student body from what used to be part of the North Hall district.
At the end of Week 8 the Hall County football players have created the following power ratings. As the season goes on I take into consideration the following criteria: 1) head to head competitions; 2) win/loss record; 3) ratio of points scored vs. points allowed; 4) opponents win/loss percentage. In this week we rated the teams on the ratio of points scored against points allowed.
October 26, 2008|
By Chuck Clausen
Dawson County high senior Seth Stowers was named Academic Athlete of the Week by Prep Sports Plus. Stowers, who plays basketball, soccer, cross country for the Tigers, is ranked seventh in his class with a 97.29 grade point average and is a three-time class president.
Flowery Branch volleyball coach Bryan Mavis doesn't want his team to get too comfortable with its cushy first round matchup Saturday against Morgan County (8-17-1) in the Class AAA state playoffs in Madison.
With a 59-0 win over Youth Christian on Friday night, North Georgia Christian closed its second season of high school football. It was the fourth win of the season for the small private school nestled behind Westminster Presbyterian Church on Thompson Bridge Road, and while it didn't give the Chargers (4-5) a winning record, it did demonstrate the strides the fledgling program has made.
DAHLONEGA - Blessed Trinity proved to be a little too much for a young Lumpkin County team to handle Tuesday night at the Burial Grounds. The previously unbeaten Lady Indians fell 4-0 to the Lady Titans in the GHSA Class AAA girls soccer semifinals.
May 12, 2015|
By Colin Ochs
Patience isn't one of Richie Castruita's strong suits. Luckily for West Hall, the junior timed his goal-scoring runs to perfection on two separate occasions to help lead the Spartans (11-1-2) to their second straight appearance in the state semifinals.
JONESBORO - The Buford girls tennis team was unable to cap off their historic season with a championship. The Lady Wolves ended up losing out to Woodward Academy 3-0 on a hot Saturday afternoon in the GHSA class AAAA state championship at the Clayton International Park Tennis Center.
May 09, 2015|
By Colin Ochs
For The Times