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It has been a week of receiving accolades for Clayton State forward Shacamra Jackson.
It seems that Cameron Solomon has found the right fit.
When Montrell Custis looked at his caller ID on his cellphone, he saw Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart number pop up.
As sports journalist we are supposed to be objective.
Coming into the season, Lakiah Sims knew she had to step up her game because Drew had a young team.
There is no question that there are some good basketball players and teams in the Clayton County.
The Clayton News Daily announces its all-county team.
Clayton State coach Dennis Cox says it was either his stubbornness or the belief that he had in his team that prompt him to keep pushing them to master his defensive philosophy.
It is a process that Forest Park principal Derrick Manning hates to go through, but it seems it has become customary at the school.
The March Madness for Clayton State will begin over Thursday in the Peach Belt Conference tournament.
Columbia has been in this spot before — playing for a state championship.
Drew coach Candence Jackson wasn’t quite sure how her team would react in their first road playoff game in program history.
There are expected to be some jitters considering this is the Class AAAAA semifinals, but there will definitely be a comfort level for both Southwest DeKalb and Forest Park in Saturday’s contest.
Reaching the Class AAAA semifinals is special, but for this season’s version of the Jonesboro Cardinals, it has some extra meaning.
Players are never really satisfied, and Lavelle Westbrooks is no exception.
Two boy’s players from Clayton County made the first team All-Region 2-AAAAAA team, which was chosen by the region’s seven coaches.
Creekside title culmination of hard work
While several of the county’s Georgia High School Association schools are still duking it in games with state title implications, one Henry County school has already claimed its championship
Drew is in uncharted territory while Forest Park is back in a familiar setting.
Riverdale resident fondly remembers days in baseball’s Negro League
A smile slipped away from Lawrence Williams’ as a conversation shifted from his on-the-field exploits as a professional baseball player in the 1950s to what he endured on the trips from one city to the next.