Once relaxed, Golden Eagles football standout outduels Rochell
In between his throws, Shawanye Lawrence would laugh.
Chargers get answer in pitching question from shortstop Etheridge
If there was one area that had Eagle’s Landing Christian coach Doug Campbell concerned entering the season, it would have been its pitcher.
With a veteran team returning this season, Riverdale coach William Silveri had some high expectations for his team.
The NCAA Final Four has arrived in Atlanta. The Atlanta Braves are back playing games that count.
Mount Zion's Marquett Simmons is poised for emergence.
The race for the County's top track squad could come down to two schools.
The Southern Crescent is well represented in the Georgia Sportswriters Association all-state team.
Late Friday, a new champion will be crowned in NCAA Div. II.
Clayton State ended its season on Tuesday with an 81-68 loss to Augustana College of North Dakota.
Lakers’ run ends with 81-68 loss to Augustana
While one historic run through the NCAA Div. II tournament continues, another one comes to an end.
Despite a 20-point effort from All-American guard Drameka Griggs, the top-ranked Clayton State Lakers fell 81-68 to Augustana (S.D.) on Tuesday afternoon in the NCAA Div. II quarterfinals in San Antonio, Texas.
On Sunday morning, the Clayton State women’s basketball team will board a plane heading to San Antonio, Texas.
Is Clayton State senior Kayla Mobley playing her best basketball during the championship tournament?
Calvin Coleman compiled a 62-8 record and third place overall finish in his weight class in Class AAAA.
Move over NASCAR, there is a new racing series headed to Atlanta Motor Speedway.
When Clayton State wasn’t scoring from the perimeter, the top-ranked Lakers were pounding the ball inside.
Just before he began his postgame press conference inside the media room at the Clayton State’s Athletics and Fitness Center, the school’s sports publicist asked Lakers coach Dennis Cox to introduce the two players beside him.
After finishing his scouting report on today’s opponent Mount Olive College earlier this week at practice, Clayton State coach Dennis Cox gave his team a little reminder about the old coaches’ cliché’ about on any given day.
Clayton State has made this journey before, and that’s why Lakers coach Dennis Cox is taking a different approach.
The Gordon Gibbons era at Clayton State officially ended Friday in the quarterfinals round of the Peach Belt Conference Tournament.
This has been quite a week for former North Clayton High standout Marcus Georges-Hunt.
With his team starting the season with an 0-3 record, Jonesboro coach Dan Maehlman is not quite ready to push the panic button.
Tauren Ferguson keeps replaying that race over in his head.
With the Peach Belt Conference Tournament starting this week, the league handed out its annual awards.
Jonesboro must replace some key players to make a third straight Class AAAA semifinals appearance.
With the majority of its players returning, Forest Park could make another long playoff run next season.
It was bound to happen with the only question being how would Forest Park handle a run by Southwest DeKalb in the Class AAAAA semifinals on Saturday.
It has always been said that success is contagious.
Kimberly Dawkins doesn’t know much about two-time state champion Columbia.
Lovejoy baseball coach Craig Chatman says his players know and understand the inherited pressure of being an athlete at the school.
Southwest DeKalb and Forest Park have played before, but neither team’s coach is factoring that into their scouting report.
Mundy's Mill baseball has some holes to fill this spring.
Lady Cardinals are headed to their second straight semifinals.
He has been a fixture on the Clayton State men’s basketball team sidelines for the last 12 seasons.
When you return all eight of your position players from a team that won a region title and advanced to the state playoffs quarterfinal round, it seems pressure to equal or better that mark would come with the territory.
The 2013 baseball season has finally arrived.
Of course Forest Park coach Steven Cole isn’t making any predictions on the outcome of today’s matchup against Northside-Warner Robins, but the Lady Panthers coach does expect a better performance from his team.
After jumping to an early lead in the first quarter, Jonesboro Lady Cardinals players admitted they got a little complacent against visiting Cairo in their first round Class AAAA playoff game on Wednesday.
Sports Editor Derrick Mahone says this season — and world — wouldn't be the same without Eagle's Landing star senior
It wasn’t a set play, but there was no doubt to Kayla Potts’ Forest Park teammates and coaches that she was going to take what ended up being the game-deciding shot.
At this point in the season, past success or failure doesn’t really matter; at least that is what coaches will be telling their teams as the start of the state tournament begins on Tuesday.
Like with any basketball tournament, this week’s region tournaments have seen its share of upsets.
The last two seasons, Scott Coleman has been consistently pushing and encouraging his twin, brother Calvin.
Eric Wortham of Eagle’s Landing and Domonique Clune of Dutchtown were named the top players in Region 4-AAAA by the coaches.
Clayton teams prep for region tournaments
It’s tournament time.
Players from the Southern Crescent dominated the All-Region 4-AAAAA team, which was released earlier this week.
The old coaches cliché of, “There’s no tomorrow,” has been repeated several times this week.
The day started early and ended late.
The Jonesboro girls senior class wanted to show some solidarity during it Senior Night game against visiting Riverdale on Tuesday.
Lady Titans starting to peak at the right time
Coaches always emphasize the importance of peaking at the right time.