The offseason schedule is starting to wind down for Temple High School football upperclassmen such as Savion Powell and Daimar Ivey.
Fresh off a top-five individual finish at state to cap off the school season this past spring, Ainsley Cowart hasn't missed a beat upon swinging into her summer tour.
In its final true competition of the summer, the Carrollton High School football team stormed through a physical send-off by hosting a two-day padded camp on Friday and Saturday at Grisham Stadium.
With the potential to exit Central High School as one of the top soccer players in program history, Ricky Vaughn is putting in all the extra work this summer to do just that and hopefully kick his career on to the next level.
Senior play-maker after senior play-maker is what you’ll find when taking a quick glance at the Bremen High School football roster this offseason, especially on the offensive side of the football.
The time to put the pads on is quickly approaching for Scotty Ward’s Temple High School football team, creating the urge for the third-year head coach to get his players as ready as possible during the final few weeks of the summer schedule.
Brad Gordon doesn't want his offense getting too pass-happy this summer. But with the calendar still reading July, it's the nature of the beast for the time being.
The stretch run of summer is underway for the Mount Zion High School football team and with that comes the opportunity to learn, grow and jell as a group even more as the 2018 campaign comes closer into focus.
Whether on the field or in the weight room, energy and enthusiasm seemed to be a theme for the new-look Bowdon High School football team throughout the first half of its summer schedule.
Like every year, a comprehensive grasp of fundamentals was the main objective for Helen Akins and her young Heard County High School girls’ basketball team this summer.
After a fun, busy month of OTAs and 7-on-7 camps, the Bremen High School football team got an opportunity to rest up a bit this week with the GHSA-mandated ‘dead period’ coinciding with the Fourth of July holiday.
Following a productive first month of their summer schedule, Darius Smiley and his Central High School football team are spending the Fourth of July holiday week recharging their batteries before hitting the pavement for the final sprint to fall camp.
A sea of change has taken place at Bowdon High School this summer with four brand new coaches taking over different athletic programs in "The Friendly City.”
As the Carrollton High School football team shuffled through spring practice in late April into early May, it did so minus two huge components — both literally and figuratively — who will anchor each side of the line in 2018.
With his Mount Zion High School football team reaching the halfway point of its summer schedule, Brad Gordon is looking forward to really amping things up once his Eagles return from the GHSA-mandated ‘dead week’.
The June circuit is over for the Oak Mountain Academy boys’ basketball team and Terrell Barkley felt that his roster made significant progress over the two-and-a-half-week period.
Just a few months after reaching the Class AAAA state playoffs with a heavy rotation of underclassmen carrying the load, the Central High School girls’ basketball team returned to the court this summer to build on that experience and also begin laying the groundwork for the start of 2018-19 campaign this November.
Whether just stepping onto the mat for the first time or preparing for the rigors of the high school level, the 2018 Bowdon Red Devil Wrestling Camp had something for everyone over the past two days.
Turning up the pace with an up-tempo style of play last winter, the Mount Zion High School boys’ basketball team spent the month of June fortifying that identity while sharpening up on other useful skills.
Suddenly transitioning from a senior-heavy roster full of experience one year to a young one dominated by underclassmen the next can be a tricky proposition for any program.
Every player up and down the Bowdon High School baseball roster played a major role in the team’s run to the Class A Public final four last month, especially with only 12 guys suiting up in Red and Black by the end of the season.
Todd Eubanks may have already moved on to his new role as the program leader of South Effingham High School in Guyton, but the joys and memories of one of the most successful years of his veteran career still brings a smile to his face.
While early-morning workouts and practices on the field are vital for a football team at this time of the year, nothing quite tops putting the pads on and engaging against other schools in a competitive environment.
Dave Moore has hit the ground running since taking over the University of West Georgia men's basketball program back in April, and this past week he announced his first new additions for the 2018-19 campaign.
Even with keeping things relatively light for his Bremen High School girls’ basketball team this summer, Billy Pollard feels as if his ballclub made the necessary progress in preparation for the 2018-19 campaign.