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Jonesboro High School nets three All-County selections, while Mt. Zion High School brings in two.
Michaelle Smith of Jonesboro High School is the Clayton News girls’ basketball Player of the Year
Steve Cole led the Lady Panthers to the Final Four and a Region 4-AAAAA title
Dan Maehlman led the Cardinals to a 32-1 record and back-to-back state championships
Jonesboro’s M.J. Walker is the Clayton News boys basketball player of the year
Will baseball’s proposed rule changes be able to reengage the casual sports fan?
Clayton County track and field teams boast some of the best talent in the state.
Clayton State’s tennis and golf teams were in action over the weekend, while athletes from both the track and basketball team were awarded for their accomplishments.
Mt. Zion male and female track and field teams top the Rivalries Tune-Up, while Forest Park, Jonesboro, Riverdale and Mundy’s Mill high schools were also in action
Forest Park dropped only its second game of the season to Starr’s Mill Tuesday
Former Jonesboro kicker Xavier Slaw hoping to impress with semi-pro team
Toney Douglas, who played in China this past season, has signed with the New Orleans Pelicans for the rest of the season
We must learn from the rash of arm injuries in MLB.
Local track and field teams participate in meets Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Forest Park soccer, and Drew, Morrow and Mundy’s Mill baseball teams hoping to build off positive starts.
Warriors Sports Academy is a new sports facility in Stockbridge
Forest Park’s Blake Kennedy is our Co-Wrestler of the Year after a 55-8 record this past season
Lovejoy’s Queryachi Taylor is our Co-Wrestler of the Year after a 50-3 record this season
Clayton State tennis defeats Erskine 9-0, while the golf team finishes sixth at the Bobcat Invitational
Forest Park’s Don Williams is our Wrestling Coach of the Year after leading his squad to a fourth-straight county title this season
Forest Park mayor, council recognize Forest Park High School Lady Panthers basketball team for excellence
Forest Park High School Lady Panthers basketball team earned recognition from mayor and council this year for an excellent season.
College basketball may lag behind some of the other major sports, but its post-season play creates lasting memories each and every March.
Morrow junior A.J. Nettles throws a complete game to lead the Mustangs past Drew.