This week a year ago high school spring sports suddenly shut down as the Coronavirus Pandemic presented immediate threats to health and safety. Terrell Academy baseball watched their season come to a halt mid-game against Westwood.
Clinch and Calhoun Counties girl’s basketball teams are in Macon settling in ahead of their state title game set for Saturday. It’ll be a battle between the Panthers and Cougars for the Single-A Public trophy.
New Monday, a secret audio recording provided by a former Valdosta school official said it contains Wildcats Head Football Rush Propst requesting “funny money” for potential recruits and personal expenses.
The title game is as close as it’s been all year for high school basketball. Friday night GHSA final four action takes the court as Southwest Georgia teams continue their March to Macon for the championship.
Inside the Storm Dome at Georgia Southwestern State University, Final Four action for GISA girl’s basketball was underway, Thursday. Three Southwest Georgia teams hit the hardwood to take their shot at a spot in the title game.
Former Valdosta Wildcats head football coach Alan Rodemaker and his wife Leah said they’re “somewhat surprised, though not shocked” that the Valdosta City School Board denied the settlement to resolve all lawsuits brought against them.
The Lady Trojans from Lee County are gearing up for their first region championship since 2010. And for the first time in school history both the girls and boys teams are playing for the region title in the same season.
It doesn’t take a First Alert Weather Day for the field conditions to become unusable at Dougherty County Schools. But when inclement weather does roll in, practices become increasingly limited for Dougherty, Monroe, and Westover baseball teams.
It’s Wednesday, February 3rd and that means only one thing. It’s National Signing Day. Dozens and dozens of Southwest Georgia high school football players put pen to paper Wednesday, all eager to continue their football careers.
The Irwin County Indians are gearing up for the 2021 baseball season. A team that’s seen plenty of Final Fours in recent years looking to make a return, despite the lack of experience on this young team.
The 2021 high school baseball season has arrived. Nearly 10 months after the 2020 season shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic excitement was at an all-time high as players took the field for the first day of practice in this new season.
March 2020, the coronavirus pandemic devastated Dougherty County. Nearly 3,900 people in the area contracted the virus within 9 months. Businesses shut down, schools sent students home and the community was closed off forced to social distance.
The 2020 Fitzgerald Purple Hurricanes are the second team in program history to reach the title game as an undefeated team. Next Tuesday, the Canes have the chance to make history and end a long drought in Ben Hill County.
The Lee County Trojans have made it back to the title game for the third time in four years. After a dominating win over Westlake in the semi-finals, the Trojans got right back to business Monday morning.
Off and on until 2012 where these two have met every single year since. Back in November, the Trojans won this one in dominant fashion 45-3. On Friday night, their season and title hopes are on the line.
It’s the week of the semi-finals and on the ballot are 10 southwest Georgia teams looking to punch their ticket to the title game. The 10-2 Coffee Trojans have never hoisted the state championship trophy, but they’re confident this will be the year.
The Crisp County Cougars are in pursuit of the program’s first-ever state championship. In back-to-back seasons the Cougars are in the semi-finals ready to take down another team en route to Atlanta for the title game.
Each week this season we’ll highlight a coach who made the epic comeback, won a milestone game, or simply out coached the other team. This week’s Coach of the Week features Casey Soliday of the Irwin County Indians.
Each week this season we’ll highlight a coach who made the epic comeback, won a milestone game, or simply out coached the other team. And This week’s Coach of the Week features Dondrial Pinkins of the Pelham Hornets.
Our Game of the week brings us to Leesburg, head coach Dean Fabrizio and the Trojans are gearing up for what they hope is another deep run and it begins Friday night at home as they host the Tigers from Tucker.
Down in the Panther’s Pit, Tiftarea Academy put on one of their best performances of the season, Friday night. TA secured their first region win of the year against Valwood which ensured their season would continue this week.