The Eddie White Academy football program has only been in existence five years, but the Wolves head into this season fresh off their second appearance in the county’s middle school championship game.
The Morrow boy’s cross-country team narrowly missed out on being one of the 25 best teams in Class AAAAAA a year ago.
It was more than the allure of playing basketball at St. Augustine’s that attracted Riverdale forward Quincy January to the NCAA Div. II school.
Lovejoy advanced further than any other Clayton County team in the Southside Shootout 7-on-7 Tournament that ended Thursday evening.
Lovejoy swingman Jahir Cabeza joined four of his teammates as college signees, making the five players the largest signing class in Lovejoy basketball history.
When Mount Zion quarter and half-miler Andrew Nsuk talks about the end of his 2013 track season, he sums it up with four words.
When the Point University women’s soccer team dipped into Clayton County three weeks ago to sign one of the area’s best players in Morrow’s Angelica Rivera, the Skyhawks coaches already knew the type of talent the county produced.
Mount Zion boys track and field head coach Jason Battles stood before a packed room adjacent to the school’s cafeteria and said “trophies gather dust, scholarships change lives.”
Lovejoy’s Brimer has put more speed on fastball
A big part of Lovejoy’s baseball success has been the continued development of pitcher Danyale (D.J.) Brimer.
History was made Wednesday afternoon at Morrow High School.