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After leading the Jonesboro Cardinals to a 17-15 upset victory over previously fifth-ranked Sandy Creek, Tim Floyd has been named Coach of the Week by Georgia High School Football Daily.
Former Lovejoy standout clears up ACT investigation
Former Lovejoy standout and current University of Tennessee wide receiver Preston Williams has been cleared to play this season after posting a qualifying score on his third ACT test.
Behind sophomore quarterback Hajj-Malik Williams, Lovejoy came from behind to score 13 unasnwered points in the fourth quarter to defeat Mundy’s Mill 22-20 Friday night at Twelve Oaks Stadium
It may be only be August, but the Riverdale Raiders and North Clayton Eagles may have already played the game of the year in Clayton County.
Former Jonesboro standout Cameron Sutton continues to rack up the preseason accolades before the season begins next weekend.
Every year, Clayton County holds its annual county softball championship. Over the weekend, Mundy’s Mill topped Lovejoy 8-1 to repeat as county champions.
JONESBORO 31 - MOUNT ZION 6: Zerrick Cooper throws four touchdowns in first game back from ACL surgery
Cooper throws four touchdowns in first game back from ACL surgery
In the first game of the 2015 Clayton County football regular season, it was the Jonesboro Cardinals topping the Mount Zion Bulldogs 31-6 at Tara Stadium.
Basketball standout adjusting to life as a top recruit
Walker’s summer will culminate this weekend when he journeys to Brooklyn for the Under Armour Elite 24. ESPNU will televise the event, which will feature more than 20 elite college basketball recruits.
The undefeated Woodland Wolfpack (3-0) ran past, around and through the Forest Park Panthers 55-18 Friday night in their home opener.
If you think you’re the only one saddened by the silence surrounding Atlanta Motor Speedway this weekend, think again.
Bulldogs stomp all over Wildcats final stand
The margin of victory wasn’t huge, but it was just enough for the Bulldogs to outlast the Wildcats — enough, even, to finally make the sting of last year’s 41-14 loss to Lovejoy fade.
Mike Roby and the South Metro Atlanta Fellowship of Christian Athletes are doing great things in the local community.
Here are the latest scores and up-to-date standings from those leagues:
The Lovejoy Wildcats will look to improve to 2-0 in the young season against the Dutchtown Bulldogs at 7 p.m. Thursday at Twelve Oaks Stadium.
Riverdale, Jonesboro, North Clayton and Drew set for challenging road games
But what I do know is this: Whatever Zerrick Cooper ends up doing in his life, he’ll succeed. Jonesboro and Clayton County as a whole should be proud of this young man for what he’s overcome and the positive attention he’s bringing to the community.
For the week of September 21st through September 25th, all 421 Georgia high school football teams will have blue ribbon decals on their helmets. All coaches will be wearing blue wristbands and referees will be throwing blue penalty flags. Blue ribbons will be stenciled on the playing fields and public service announcements will be made during halftime.
Both Lovejoy and Mundy’s Mill will kick their seasons off tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m. at Twelve Oaks Stadium. Last season, the Wildcats scored 35 points in the first half and eventually topped the Tigers 47-14.