As sports journalist we are supposed to be objective.
It seems that Cameron Solomon has found the right fit.
Drew coach Candence Jackson wasn’t quite sure how her team would react in their first road playoff game in program history.
There are expected to be some jitters considering this is the Class AAAAA semifinals, but there will definitely be a comfort level for both Southwest DeKalb and Forest Park in Saturday’s contest.
Reaching the Class AAAA semifinals is special, but for this season’s version of the Jonesboro Cardinals, it has some extra meaning.
Players are never really satisfied, and Lavelle Westbrooks is no exception.
Two boy’s players from Clayton County made the first team All-Region 2-AAAAAA team, which was chosen by the region’s seven coaches.
Drew is in uncharted territory while Forest Park is back in a familiar setting.
JONESBORO - It was midway through the fourth quarter, and Jonesboro seemed very much in control of its second round Class AAAA playoff game against visiting Worth County.
Coming into the season, Lakiah Sims knew she had to step up her game because Drew had a young team.
Isa Muhammed never really thought much about the service academies when it came time for his college recruiting.
One one was able to celebrate a state title at the recent traditional wrestling tournaments, but that didn’t stop the celebrations.
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.
With a 74-64 win over visiting Evans on Friday, the Drew girl’s basketball team made program history.
Mundy’s Mill was in the midst of a three-game winning streak, then the Tigers sustained a loss to Forest Park.
The winner of Sunday’s Daytona 500 could be beneficial for several Atlanta Motor Speedway fans.
The day has finally arrived for former Jonesboro football standout Scott Woerner.
Playing football on the Football Championship Subdivision level, former Georgia Southern cornerback Lavelle Westbrooks became accustomed to being under the watchful microscope of NFL scouts.
JONESBORO — Tavarez Clark is excited about his first trip to the Georgia High School Association traditional wrestling championships.
After a frantic week of region tournaments, four teams from the county survived, and will move on to the state playoffs.
RIVERDALE - Drew girl’s basketball team has been in this before. In fact, this will be the third time that the Titans will take part in the Georgia High School Association basketball playoffs since the school opened in 2009.
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.
It is a process that Forest Park principal Derrick Manning hates to go through, but it seems it has become customary at the school.
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.
There is no question that there are some good basketball players and teams in the Clayton County.
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.
Brandon “Magic” Williams had a career worthy of a college scholarship.
Mother Nature is having its way with the Georgia High School Association traditional tournament and region basketball tournament throughout the state.
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.
Region tournaments offer teams chance at redemption
Coaches and players have always looked at region tournaments as a second chance on the season.
There is no question that Dennis Cox is having a disguished coaching career as the Clayton State women’s coach.
Jakyrio Williams woke up on National Signing Day on Wednesday all set to sign a scholarship with West Georgia Technical College.
MORROW — Are the Clayton State men’s and women’s basketball teams starting to peak at the right time?
Five observations from National Division Signing Day
The letters of intent have been signed, and the endless calls from college coaches and recruiting analysts have stopped.
Program has first two major college signees
It has been a season of firsts for the Mundy’s Mill football program, and Wednesday’s National Signing Day added to the historical season.
Greg Taylor walked into the Riverdale media center on Wednesday morning with every intention of signing a letter-of-intent with Paine College in Augusta.
National Signing Day
Proximity wasn’t a big factor for most senior football prospects when they decided to sign their letter-of-intent on National Signing Day on Wednesday.
It was pretty much business as usual at Lovejoy on National Signing Day.
On Wednesday’s National Signing Day, about 30 football players from Clayton County made their college decision official by signing their scholarship offers.
Athletes can start signing scholarships today
The scene will be played out across the state and nation today.
There were no team championship that emerged from the recent traditional area championships, but 30 wrestler that earned a berth into this weekend’s state Sectional matches.
School AD McAloose takes job in Florida
After overseeing the Clayton State athletic program for little over a year, Carl McAloose has stepped down to take a similar position at a school in Florida.
When Charles Shederick’s 3-pointer from the left baseline went through the net on Saturday, it served as a reminder that Clayton State could play with the best teams in the Peach Belt Conference.
It seemed easy for Shacamra Jackson to point to the two keys to Clayton State’s latest success.
The hype is over, now it’s time for Seattle and Denver to settle who is the best team in the NFL.