John joined the news team in January 2018 as a multimedia journalist at WALB. John was born in Tallahassee, Florida and moved several times in his life until finally staying in Marietta. He played football and soccer at Wheeler High School and received a full ride to Savannah State University to play football. During his senior year, he was voted 1st team All-Conference and named SBN Sports All-American. He graduated with a degree in mass communications in 2017 and was awarded Dean’s List. While finishing his degree, he worked at WTOC in Savannah where he helped the sports team with Friday night sports. During his free time, John likes staying active and being outdoors. If you have a story idea for John, don't hesitate to reach out!
The Americus-Sumter Panthers took to the field this week for their chance at reclaiming a region title.But with a new coach under the main headset, he’s focusing on the team chemistry, outside the X’s and O’s.A new year brings new players every year for every team.
For the past two years, the Lee County Trojans have ruled 6A and have claimed the attention of the nation.But their past accomplishments are behind them.And the Trojans are now ready to do it all again.
South Georgia may have turned it’s attention to the grid iron, but several South Georgia basketball teams took to the court, to showcase their talents for 2019.10 South Georgia teams got the chance to show off their skills at Lee County.
Now that June has finally found it’s way to South Georgia, Football is becoming to main focus of the state.As teams start finding their ways to the field, Packer nation is getting that much closer to a chance at redemption.
Let's flashback to four years ago.Cervantes Jackson enters Albany State as a Freshman, with hopes and dreams of one day making a name for himself.Now, he’s one of the most decorated track stars in ASU history.