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The Lovejoy High junior safety calls Alabama a better ‘fit’ than Kentucky
For the past six months, Montrell Custis had been committed to Kentucky after making the pledge in early November.
Lovejoy’s Brimer has put more speed on fastball
A big part of Lovejoy’s baseball success has been the continued development of pitcher Danyale (D.J.) Brimer.
Lakiah Sims, Drew
Lakiah Sims finished her career at Drew as the program’s leading scorer and rebounder.
Candence Jackson, Drew
Candence Jackson helped lead Drew to its best season in the school’s short history with a Class AAAAA semifinals appearance.
Dan Maehlman, Jonesboro
Dan Maehlman lead the Jonesboro basketball program to its first state championship.
The 2013-14 season is complete, and now the Clayton News Daily names its all-county basketball teams.
The Clayton News Daily announces its all-county team.
After three top-six finishes at last year’s Class AAAAA state meet, Mount Zion’s Marquett Simmons is back and gaining confidence daily in his senior year.
Forest Park, Zion win titles
While Forest Park girl’s dominated in all phases of the Clayton County Track and Field Championship, the Mount Zion boy’s did most of its damage mainly on the track.
We have entered into the one of the most exciting times of the year for basketball junkies.
With Tiger Woods in the pursuit of history, all eyes and media coverage is mainly focused on him when it come time for one of golf’s major tournament.
Anybody associated with the Jonesboro Cardinals boy’s basketball team will tell you that James Walker is a special caliber player.
Preston Williams just had that feeling, making his final jump in the Clayton County Track and Field Championships triple jump competition.
Quincy January, Riverdale
After leading Riverdale to Class AAAA playoffs, senior Quincy January was named the county player of the year.
Buck Riddle, who still calls Atlanta home, readily shares his stories of playing for the Atlanta Crackers’ Southern Association championship teams
From all indications, this looks like this should Mount Zion boy’s track and field team’s year.
After missing an all-star game because of a hamstring injury, and not receiving an invite to the NFL Scouting Combine, former Georgia Tech defensive end Emmanuel Dieke felt he had to do some make-up work at last week’s Pro Day.
When his college eligibility is over after this school years, Fredrik Lindblom has hopes of launching a professional golf career.
Lavelle Westbrooks has been through this before as he pursuits his dream of playing in the NFL.