There is a part of Mundy’s Mill coach Greg Manior that believes his team will not experience any letdown against Morrow this evening.
There aer still several questions about the season that still need to be answered. As we approach the second half of the season, the answers will be come clear.
Midseason grades are given to Clayton County teams
It’s the midway point of the season, so now is the time to evaluate how the first five games of the season has gone for area teams.
Lakers cross country prepares for big meet this weekend
The Greater Louisville Cross Country Classic will provide the Clayton State cross country teams with a test run if they are fortunate to make the NCAA Division II national championships.
After starting the season with three straight wins, and climbing as high as No. 3 in the Georgia Sportswriters Association poll, Lovejoy has lost two consecutive games.
Jonesboro will get to see right off how it stands in the race for the Region 4-AAAA, Div. B championship race.
Georgia is looking to keep up in the SEC East standings while Tennessee wants to open its conference schedule with a win.
Sometimes you have to win ugly.
Lovejoy center Randy Robinson admits that the Mays game was one that the team circled on its calendar.
Riverdale and Mount Zion hardly look like a pair of teams getting ready for their first Region 4-AAAA, Div. B contest.
Mundy’s Mill relies on run game for success
Greg Manior will no apply any trickery when it comes to what his Mundy’s Mill offense will do on any given Friday.
The tune-up games are over for Jonesboro and Drew while Mundy’s Mill continues its quest for a second straight subregion title.
Younger Sutton making name for herself
When your older brother was a standout in three sports, people will naturally try to make comparisons.
Sutton looking forward to his homecoming
It will be homecoming this Saturday for former Jonesboro High standout Cameron Sutton at Sanford Stadium in Athens.
In a game marred by mistakes, turnovers, penalties and overall sloppy play, Decatur turned in just enough positive plays for a win.
Lights. Camera. Football. Kickoff at Twelve Oaks Stadium will be like no other tonight when McEachern takes on No. 3 Lovejoy in a non-region contest. Beside this being a big non-region contest against another state contender, the game will be televised live on ESPNU.
Mundy’s Mill got the first win out of their way, now the Tigers begin the Region 4-AAAAA, Div. A portion of their schedule.
A nationally televised non-region contest and several subregion games highlight the fourth week of the season.
Key games to shape playoff picture
A pair of big games highlight the upcoming Clayton County middle school schedule next week.
Jamal Covington had a chance to play for an established Div. I football program, but the offensive lineman always remembered something his high school coach would tell them.
Antwione Williams wanted to be out there with his Georgia Southern defensive teammates last season, but a torn triceps prevented him from being on the field.
Rico McWilliams has been learning that SEC football is just important being mentally prepared as it having the physical tools.
Drew got a chance to see how the other half of high school football lives last Friday in Valdosta. The players and coaches are hoping that experience will help them reach their goal of a playoff berth.
Jonesboro and Eagle’s Landing are having surprising seasons for different reasons.
Moments after his team’s 23-16 win at Eagle’s Landing Christian last week, Greater Atlanta Christian coach Tim Hardy had a hard time believing his opponents are winless.
Over the last five years, Lovejoy has steadily been building a resume that puts it among the state’s elite.
Whatever doubt that exist in Lovejoy being among the elite in the state’s highest classification can quickly be erased in the next three weeks.
All the berths have been clinched, and the field is set for the upcoming Chase for the Sprint Cup championship, which starts this weekend in Chicago.
As the offensive linemen went through their individual drills, line coach Jamar Fordham was constantly barking out instructions.
Drew and Riverdale will be playing different opponents tonight in South Georgia, but both teams expects similar situations.
Riverdale senior boasts stout rushing attack
Back during spring drills in May, Riverale coach Terry Herrod would tell everyone that listened that the Raiders were committed to the run game this season.
The second week of the season for Clayton County teams will see them play mostly opponents from other counties, including two team making the trek to South Georgia.
Before the Big Cat Classic began, Mundy’s Mill band shouted to the crowd that Twelve Oaks Stadium was their house, even though it sits on the Lovejoy campus.
There is a new guy under center and someone different calling the defensive shots this season at Georgia.
During his post-practice speech earlier this week, Mundy’s Mill coach Greg Manior told his players they should play this season with a chip on their shoulder.
HAMPTON — There was a time when Joey Logano had the nickname “Sliced Bread” around the NASCAR circuit.
Joey Logano makes his return to Atlanta Motor Speedway this weekend as one of the top drivers in the NASCAR Sprint Cup series.
The Oral-B USA 500 figures to be a win at all costs event for drivers with Chase for the Sprint Cup championship berth aspirations.
The spotlight will definitely be on Preston Williams this season.
There have been some big moments in Taylor Townsend’s tennis career, but none may have been bigger than what transpired on Tuesday night before a national television audience.
There are many storylines for new season
As another season sets to kickoff this evening, there are still lingering questions that fans want answered. Over the course of the 10-game regular season, these questions will get answered by the way teams perform on the field.
There was a time when Joey Logano had the nickname “Sliced Bread” around the NASCAR circuit.
Game week is finally here for teams in the county.
Atlanta Motor Speedway will not play host to a NASCAR race on Labor Day weekend next year.
This was looked upon as being the breakout year for Jonesboro quarterback Zerrick Cooper, who entered the season as one of the top junior prospects in the state.
Sometimes it sounds like coachspeak.
The national spotlight will shine on Atlanta Motor Speedway as the next to last race before the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship starts.
M.D. Roberts got off to a late start with its football practices over the summer because of construction work at the school.
It is no secret that expectations are high this season for the Lovejoy Wildcats as they enter the new season.
As Jonesboro coach Dan Maehlman sees it, this could be a typical season for his volleyball team.