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In case you missed it, the Southside Classic between the Riverdale Raiders and the North Clayton Eagles has been moved to Thursday at 7 p.m. at Tara Stadium.
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.
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.
This week, every football team in the county will be in action. North Clayton and Riverdale kick the week off Thursday night, while Mundy’s Mill and Lovejoy face off Friday night.
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.
Southside Classic between Riverdale and North Clayton moved due to delays in Southern Crescent renovations
Due to construction issues at Southern Crescent Stadium, the game will be moved from Friday, Aug. 28, to Thursday, Aug. 27, at 7 p.m at Tara Stadium.
Morrow receiver corps helping each other grow on and off the field
The brotherly bond that Hodnett started while at Morrow has trickled down to the current group of Morrow receivers.
Overlooked athletes earn college scholarships through recruiting organization
“When you have extremely talented kids, it’s just a matter of getting someone to take a look,” Pro Movement founder Jarrett Christian said.
Ragland is Forest Park’s most dangerous weapon
Forest Park head coach Reginald Austin remembers vividly when he first saw James Ragland.
Clayton County Public Schools and Director of Athletics Kevin May held Clayton County Football Media Day this week at Drew High School.
But all that disappointment is on the verge of changing with the tireless efforts of three top-tier football coaches in Leroy Foster, Kevin “Bull” Jones, Reginald Austin and James Soza.
Jonesboro volleyball camp a great way for former players to give back
Several generations of Jonesboro volleyball players enjoyed a week long camp at Jonesboro High School this week.
Jonesboro offensive lineman Jeffrey Taylor committed to Colorado State while visiting head coach Mike Bobo’s program this weekend
North Clayton senior defensive back Kindle Vildor didn’t have the customary recruiting experience.
In year two, coach Kevin Jones and the Bulldogs are trying to establish a winning culture
Catchy sports lingo often carries little weight, but that’s not the case here. Jones is in the midst of reigniting a program that hasn’t had much to cheer for over the last few years.
Coach Vickie Mangram at Mundy’s Mill High School doesn’t pretend to know every little detail of teaching volleyball. So Mangram, along with assistant coach Marc Dye, decided to bring in Atlanta Boom and Del Hughes for some advanced one-on-one tutelage.
For all but five minutes Wednesday night, the United States outplayed its opponent Jamaica during the CONCACAF Gold Cup Semifinals in the Georgia Dome.
After years of hard work and dedication, Jonesboro’s Kali James has committed to Campbell University in North Carolina.
Mount Zion’s safety duo leading an underrated secondary
Senior Timotheus Slade and junior Lenox Copeland have the Bulldogs defense heading in the right direction. By complementing each other’s style, the two have formed one of the top safety combinations in Clayton County.
I believe a famous rock-and-roll singer once said “The waiting is the hardest part.”
ATLANTA — When asked about his experiences in Atlanta during a press conference Tuesday at the Georgia Dome, United States Men’s National Team coach Jurgen Klinsmann joked that he’s only ever been to Hartsfield-Jackson Airport for connecting flights.