Led by Daniel McCrary's 24 points, the Lumpkin County boys' basketball team secured a state playoff spot by knocking off third-seeded Lanier 70-65 in the Region 8-AAAA tournament quarterfinals on Saturday in Sugar Hill.
After missing out on the state playoffs a season ago, the North Hall girls basketball team is heading back to a place it expects to be come late February.
Jenny Edwards said that sometimes when things don't go well for the East Hall girls basketball team, the Lady Vikings have a tendency to give up.
The traditional wrestling state championships will be held at six different locations and will be condensed to a single day in Classes A-AAA, the Georgia High School Association announced Friday.
The waiting game for region basketball tournaments to begin has finally ended, as the snow and ice that caused the delay has turned to slush.
The Georgia High School Association basketball state tournament will begin Friday, Feb. 21 for girls and Saturday, Feb. 22 boys in Classes AA-AAAAAA, the GHSA announced Friday.
With snow and ice melting away across Northeast Georgia, area basketball teams are finally free to decide their region championships after days of disruption by a winter storm.
Due to inclement weather, the GHSA traditional wrestling state championships scheduled for Friday and Saturday at the Gwinnett Arena have been postponed until Feb. 21-22, the association announced Wednesday.
The Region 8-A basketball tournament games scheduled for Thursday at Commerce High have been postponed.
With a winter storm bearing down on Northeast Georgia, officials postponed region basketball tournament games scheduled for Tuesday and today in Hall County and nearby counties.
Tay Taylor put up 26 points for the Jefferson boys in a 65-41 win over Social Circle in the first round of the Region 8-AA tournament on Monday at Rabun County High in Tiger.
Preparing for a region basketball tournament is hard enough for those involved without dealing with a winter storm that is expected to dump snow and ice throughout Northeast Georgia this week.
The threat of a winter storm has prompted organizers of the GHSA traditional wrestling state championships to shorten the event to two days, the association announced Monday.
Due to the expected winter storm, the Georgia High School Association has postponed the start of the state basketball state tournament to Wednesday, Feb. 19 for girls and Thursday, Feb. 20 for boys.
Logan Burt hit the walk off home run in the bottom of the seventh to secure a 14-12 win for Dawson County against West Hall on Friday in Dawsonville.
Brian Newman went 2 for 4 with a double and two RBIs to lead West Hall to a 5-4 win against White County in eight innings on Thursday in Cleveland. With the win, the Spartans completed a two-game sweep of the Warriors.
The Gainesville girls golf team has looked to Meg Callahan to be a soft-spoken but strong leader since her freshman season, when she finished with the lowest stroke average in the program and won the team's player of the year award.
Colton Chester hit two home runs for Dawson County as the Tigers upset previously unbeaten Buford 3-2 on Wednesday in Dawsonville.
While there were about 30 Major League Baseball scouts huddled behind home plate to get a look at White County pitcher Spencer Adams, it was West Hall pitcher Zach English who managed to steal the show Wednesday night.
Gainesville's starting rotation has strung together quite the pitching line against Clarke Central in two years of Region 8-AAAAA meetings. A year after Gainesville pitchers tossed a pair of no-hitters against the Gladiators, senior Chandler Newton gave up just two hits in a complete-game, 12-2 victory in five innings on Wednesday at Ivey-Watson Field.
A rough start to a crucial region game made the Flowery Branch baseball's team playoff hopes a little less comfortable.
Michael Gettys hit two doubles, a home run and drove in two runs as Gainesville defeated Loganville 9-6 on Tuesday in Loganville.
After losing the top three pitchers from last season's state runner-up team, the North Hall Trojans seem to have found a new ace for their pitching staff.
ATLANTA - The Atlanta Falcons have added two potential starters to their secondary by signing safety Dwight Lowery and cornerback Josh Wilson.
While Logan Burt patrolled center field against Fannin County on March 31, he knew he was about to be called on to pitch Dawson County out of a jam.