No matter the situation, West Hall baseball coach Dustin Rennspies could always count on his bunch to compete vigorously this season.
ALL-AREA FIRST TEAM
Thursday night action for the Gainesville High football program is like a mini-season early in the summer.
Buford's Jake Higginbotham, White County's Spencer Adams and Dawson County's Logan Burt finished in a three-way tie for the Region 7-AAA All-Region Pitcher of the Year, announced Monday.
Dawson County's Madison Caldwell did just as much worrying as she did playing golf on the day of the state championship meet.
Spencer Ralston didn't always finish atop the leaderboard.
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.
Kayla Street pitched a complete game with only a single earned run allowed for Gainesville in a 9-5 win against West Hall on Thursday in Gainesville. Abby Smallwood, Street, Courtney Presnell, Madison Oliver, Whitney Ledford and Tyra Newton each added a hit and run scored for the Lady Red Elephants, who move to 5-1 on the season.
Gainesville's Kayla Street struck out seven batters, while putting up two hits with two runs and two batted in for a 4-2 win against Central Gwinnett on Wednesday in Lawrenceville.
During the spring of 1985, fans of the Gainesville High baseball team routinely backed up their trucks onto the side of Elephant Trail, sat on the tailgates and settled in to watch Deuce Roark and his teammates play one final season on the campus field.