The University of West Georgia football team found itself in a dogfight in south Georgia on Saturday night, but held on for a 27-23 victory at Albany State.
The Carrollton High School football team pounced on Woodland right from the get-go en route to a 33-0 region road victory at Wildcat Stadium in Cartersville on Friday night.
The Heard County High School football team showcased an explosive offensive attack and stifling defense to capture a commanding 41-0 victory over Temple in the region opener at Staples Stadium on Friday night.
The Bremen High School football team scored seven touchdowns on its first seven possessions of the contest and rolled to a 48-13 road victory over Coahulla Creek on Friday night in Dalton for the second of two Region 6-AAA Crossover clashes.
The Central High School football team suffered a 30-12 setback to LaGrange in the region opener on Friday night at Roy Richards Memorial Stadium, falling in an early hole it could never dig out of against the Grangers.
The Carrollton High School football team is set for its first true road test of the season, and Sean Calhoun is making sure his ballclub isn't looking beyond tonight's trip to Cartersville.
The Carrollton High School junior-varsity football team ran away with a 48-7 road win at New Manchester on Thursday evening in Douglasville to improve to 4-0 on the season.
On a night where the Villa Rica High School football program is honoring the 1986 squad on the 30th anniversary of its Class AAA state championship season, there's another big 3-0 that the Wildcats are hopeful of celebrating when everything is said and done Friday.
The Villa Rica High School softball team captured a 5-4, nine-inning region road win at Kell on Wednesday night, using a huge double play from Madi Langford in the final frame.
The Heard County High School football team features plenty of high-powered performers, and even a few that will be playing at the highest level on Saturdays, but Tim Barron's secret weapon is one of the smallest guys on the field every Friday night.
The Carrollton High School softball team broke out the bats in a big way en route to a 21-0, five-inning region road win at East Paulding on Tuesday evening in Dallas.
Playing in the second of two Region 6-AAA Crossover contests this week, the Bremen High School football team has the opportunity to roll into region play with a big boost of momentum.
A pair of University of West Georgia football standouts were honored by the Gulf South Conference on Monday for their performances in the Wolves' 34-24 victory over Delta State on Saturday.
A fourth-down flattening and trio of touchdowns to follow ignited the University of West Georgia football team's 34-24 comeback victory over Delta State in the Gulf South Conference opener on Saturday afternoon at University Stadium.
The Carrollton High School football team completely overpowered East Paulding in the region opener behind a 45-7 bulldozing, stating its case as a contender for the league crown on Friday evening at Grisham Stadium.
The Temple High School football team rolled over Loachapoka on Friday night at Rogers Stadium in a 35-7 victory, keeping the visitors and their high-scoring attack from across the Alabama border at bay.
Squaring off for the first time in five years, the Bowdon High School football team proved to be too much for Trion in the region opener on Friday night at Warren P. Sewell Field.
In a second consecutive all-Eagle affair, the Mount Zion High School football team prevailed once again in a 49-14 victory over North Cobb Christian in the home and region opener on Friday night.
In the first meeting between the two proud programs since 1999, the Heard County High School football team pulled away from Central for a 28-7 victory on Friday night at Staples Stadium.
Only 25 miles and a trip up or down Hwy. 27 separate the two, but the Central and Heard County high school football programs have only played each other four times during their existence, and it hasn't happened since 1999.
Following three consecutive road trips to open the 2016 campaign, the Mount Zion High School football team will finally get the opportunity to play in the comforts of its own backyard.
Hits were few and far between for both ballclubs, but the visitors were able to scratch an unearned run across in the top of the first and that proved to be the difference when all was said and done.