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Jonesboro wins Class AAAA basketball title
Before his team took to the court at the Macon Coliseum on Thursday night, Jonesboro High boy’s basketball coach Dan Maehlman made one finally plea.
There was one other state championship trophy in Jonesboro High’s trophy case.
Jonesboro defeats Columbia for Class AAAA title
Junior Tracy Hector scored a game-high 19 points to lead Jonesboro to the Class AAAA title on Thursday with a 56-51 win against Columbia at the Macon Coliseum.
It has been a week of receiving accolades for Clayton State forward Shacamra Jackson.
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.
RIVERDALE — Lakiah Sims figured she had to do something in the second half of Drew’s first round Class AAAAA playoff game against visiting Evans or her career in a Titans uniform was over.
Architects with the new Atlanta Falcons stadium released more images of what the new facility will look like.
As if the accolades hadn’t already been pouring in fast and furiously, Eagle’s Landing Christian’s Dazmon Cameron is getting yet another.
Despite late start, Clayton State’s Murray has been productive
As his teammates were getting into midseason form, Omari Murray was just getting start for Clayton State earlier this season.
To an outsider, Clayton State’s 8-13 record isn’t exactly how you would want a new era in basketball to begin.
Clayton State women’s basketball team captured its eighth straight win in a row with an 83-66 victory over Montevallo at the Athletics Center.
It is time for them to “start their engines” as the 2014 NASCAR gets started.
With six games remaining, Clayton State women’s basketball team is now thinking postseason.
In the end, Mother Nature always win.
Lovejoy wide receiver Preston Williams has stayed busy during the offseason. In addition to his workouts, Williams has been entertaining college coaches throughout the recruiting season.
Mother Nature is having its way with the Georgia High School Association traditional tournament and region basketball tournament throughout the state.
Brandon “Magic” Williams had a career worthy of a college scholarship.
The will of the amateur athlete never ceases to amaze me.