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Usually on a football team, the quarterback is the team leader. The guy that has all eyes on him, and the player that the team looks to make the play when it matters most.
Mundy’s Mill defense looks to build off last year’s success.
There has always been this notion that if you win the Clayton County Rotary Club’s annual Crying Towel Award that you won’t be around next season for the banquet.
Four players from the Southern Crescent made the annual Georgia High School Football Daily’s preseason all-state team for their respective classification.
It is getting down to crunch time on the NASCAR circuit as four races remain for the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup playoffs.
Reginald Austin and his staff at Forest Park gained a wealth of knowledge playing college and professional football.
Forest Park standout chosen for second team in national honor
Forest Park track standout Bria Matthews recently received some national recognition in the form of All American status from American Family Insurance and USA Today.
James “M.J.” Walker spent the better part of Monday morning going through defensive back drills with the Jonesboro Cardinals football team.
All Jensen Jorgensen had to do Thursday was start the race at Atlanta Motor Speedway’s Thursday Thunder, and the Outlaws division title was won.
Since it’s opening in 2009,Drew High has quickly emerged as one of the state’s top basketball programs in Class AAAAA.
Marcy Scott was the Atlanta Motor Speedway’s director of marketing and promotions until her passing last year after a long battle with cancer
New Drew football coach Dorwyn Lyles is wasting no time getting his team acclimated to the upcoming season.
For the most part, the scoreboard during scrimmage games will not matter.
They had some funny lines, but my advice would be for none of the nine Clayton County football coaches to give up their day jobs.
It’s almost here.
One the greatest transformational acts of power that God performs in our lives is removing veils that we don’t even realize cover our eyes and keeps us in spiritual darkness.
Community mourns death of 20-year-old driver Kevin Ward Jr.
Veteran NASCAR champion Tony Stewart retreated from competition on Sunday after he struck and killed an aggrieved young driver walking on a dirt track in a low-stakes race, in an incident highlighting the risks and bravado around car racing.
NASCAR champion Tony Stewart hit a fellow driver at a race track in western New York state on Saturday, fatally injuring the other man, authorities said.