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Clayton Connects is a joint project by the Clayton County Board of Commissioners and the PATH Foundation to connect all of the county’s parks through greenspace and walking trails.
Tim Tebow is deserving of a second chance in the NFL.
Changing football’s dangerous perception starts at the youth level
The Clayton County Department of Parks and Recreation are trailblazers in terms of player safety at the youth level
Mariah Stackhouse has tied Tiger Woods’ course record at Stanford University
Amanda Brodie of Drew High School will play basketball at the next level after signing with Johnson & Wales University
Many programs already adopted policies on their own
Monday, the Georgia High School Association announced changes to football practice rules.
The Clayton County Department of Parks and Recreation are offering various initiatives to those hoping to get active and fit.
Jonebsoro’s Walker, Maehlman headline Georgia Sports Writers Association’s All-State basketball team
Jonesboro leads the county with four total selections, while Drew, Forest Park and North Clayton each have one.
Former Clayton State basketball player Gideon Oji finished second in the Atlanta regional for the Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog Eating Contest this past weekend.
Clayton State defeated No. 29 Lander and USC Aiken to move into seventh place in the Peach Belt Conference
Scurry will play for Northern Oklahoma College next season
Young athletes should pay attention to the lessons they can learn from Thabo Sefolosha’s injury.
Forest Park and Jonesboro soccer will look to better their playoff standing, while Mundy’s Mill and Jonesboro baseball still have hopes of a postseason berth.
Jonesboro High School finished on two different national rankings lists
Jonesboro remained undefeated with a 3-2 victory over Spalding High School over the weekend
Jason Battles is the head track and field coach and athletic director at Mount Zion High School
Tiger Woods, Rory Mcllroy and Bubba Watson are must-see competitors this week at the Masters
Mount Zion topped the competition in male events, while Forest Park led the way in girls action
Due to their impressive track and field exploits, Mount Zion’s Kirklin Varnado and Forest Park’s Bria Matthews have been named March Players of the Month by the Clayton News.
Golf, tennis and track all in action this week
Clayton State University will host a Sports Business Career Panel Monday.
Former Clayton State center Gideon Oji will be participating in the Atlanta qualifier of the Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog-Eating Contest.