Drew girls are starting to catch fire at the right time.
The ink is not dry yet on the recruiting class for 2013. In fact, no high school seniors have yet to sign their scholarships yet, but college coaches are already combing the landscape looking for that next big recruit.
After giving up the most points in almost three years — an 81-game stretch — North Clayton looked to redeem itself on Friday against visiting Griffin in a Region 4-AAAA, Div. B contest.
Riverdale can't finish against Griffin.
On Tuesday, Kayla Potts name was finally penciled in as a starter.
With his business management degree already secured, Rod Sweeting is hoping to advance his athletic career a little farther before entering the job market.
Luella and Jonesboro will test themselves against some of the top competition in the nation as they participate in the annual Hoops In Overdrive Shootout over the next few days.
For the first time in three seasons, Clayton State women’s basketball team captured the Peach Belt Conference tournament championship to remain undefeated on the season.
For the second straight year, Lovejoy produced the top defense in its classification.
Hughes leads Lovejoy back to finals
With the return of 16 starters from a team that reached the Class AAAA title game, Lovejoy entered the season with some high expectations.
There was a time when the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association North-South All-Star game was the premier postseason game in the state.
Teams from the Southern Crescent were well represented on the annual Region 4-AAAA team that was released this week.
The history-making season of the Stockbridge football team continues, although the season is over.
Much like it dominated Region 2-AAAAAA during the season, Lovejoy swept the superlative awards for the postseason from the region.
Jacob Heyward had an opportunity to play his college baseball locally with offers from both Georgia and Georgia Tech, but the Eagle’s Landing Christian standout chose another route.
It wasn't the way Lovejoy had envisioned it to happen. The Wildcats were supposed to be the ones that didn't buckle under pressure. Afterall, they had played on the big stage bef
With 5:47 remaining in the Class A private school title game, Eagle’s Landing Christian defensive coordinator Derek Chastain hugged his starters as they walked around the sideline.
Clayton News Daily sports editor Derrick Mahone and Gwinnett Daily Post sports edit Will Hammock share their thoughts on the Class AAAAAA title game.
During the past 11 games, when the fourth quarter came, Eagle’s Landing Christian pretty much had the game secured.
It’s time to come clean. It’s time to admit that I was wrong about last season’s semifinal finals involving Southern Crescent teams Lovejoy and Eagle’s Landing Christian.
When Isaac Rochell committed to play for Notre Dame back in June, he didn’t blast it over any of the social media networks.
Junior quarterback Dalton Etheridge is pushing ELCA closer to a title.
Lovejoy's defense: There may not be one better in Georgia.
Now it gets a little tougher to pick these games.
On the first day of preseason practice, North Clayton coach Martise Troup reminded his team of one thing.
Breakout star will miss baseball season.
Savannah Christian has been where the top-ranked Chargers are trying to go.
As we enter the second round of the state playoffs, we still have four teams alive.
In any other football program, Andreus Holley is probably the team’s starting running back and/or linebacker.
After quarterback Dalton Etheridge went down with a first-quarter ankle sprain, coach Jonathan Gess inserted backup Jordan Long into the lineup as the Chargers cruised to a 55-0 win over Pace.
Jonesboro, Lovejoy, Riverdale stake their playoff fortunes on D
With the upcoming basketball season scheduled to start this weekend, the Clayton News Daily takes a look at the area boys basketball teams.
With basketball season slated to start this coming weekend, the Clayton News Daily takes a look at the upcoming season.
Tim Floyd finally gets to go back home.
Just before the start of Wednesday’s Clayton County basketball media day, county athletic director Kevin May gave a brief state of the basketball address on the county.
If Mundy’s Mill is to make the playoffs for the first time since the 2007 season, the Tigers will have to do so without their top offensive threat.
For 10 teams in the Southern Crescent, their playoff fate will be decided tonight.
Here are some of the best high school football performances from this past Friday.
Where are our top players positioned in the season's home stretch?
For several teams in the Southern Crescent, the season comes down to one final game.
The next to last week of the regular season will see some interesting match-ups that will have playoff implications.
There have been close wins and near-misses this season. Some players that were virtually unknown coming into the 2012 season are now the headliner for their respective teams. Some teams have surprised while others haven’t quite performed up to expectations.
When his team takes on seventh-ranked Jonesboro tonight at Tara Stadium, Riverdale coach Olten Downs is looking for some growth and maturity in his players.
Eagle’s Landing Christian got the win, but the players will not get a prize on Monday.
What awaits Union Grove and Mundy’s Mill on Friday night is what each team’s coach says is the beauty of high school football.
Drew coach Jarrett Laws ready face the familiar against Mount Zion.
It is rare for a high school football team to sport a dominant running game and then add an equally efficient passing game before the season is out.
From the moment that Rodney Smith went 55 yards for a touchdown on the second play of the opening drive, Mundy’s Mill seemed as if it would have a lot to celebrate on its homecoming.
Brandon Davis made a pretty lofty goal for himself at the beginning of the season.
It appears that we learned last week that Locust Grove must be taken serious.