With over three weeks remaining until its Aug. 18 regular-season opener at Villa Rica, several question marks remain for the Central High School football team.
Regardless of whether it's C.J. Ackles or Brock Garner lining up under center for the Mount Zion High School football team, both players are going to serve in a key capacity for the Eagles this fall.
Despite fielding seven brand new starters last season, the well-oiled machine that is the Carrollton High School softball program didn't slow down for anything as it cruised to a third straight region championship.
Region 5-AA softball may have experienced a makeover with statewide reclassification last season, but the final results ended up the same as they had been in recent memory — with the Heard County High School softball team standing on top.
Following a nationwide search, the University of West Georgia Athletic Department announced the selection of Todd Selders as its new head golf coach for the men's and women's programs on Thursday.
Serving as one of the hallmark events for the University of West Georgia Athletic Department, the 8th Annual Wolves' Golf Classic is certain to tee up good times and competitive play once again today at Oak Mountain Championship Golf Club.
Last fall served as a gridiron reunion of sorts for Region 6A-A, where the Mount Zion and Bowdon high school football teams found themselves sharing a region with the likes of Darlington, Gordon Lee, Trion and North Cobb Christian, along with Christian Heritage, for the first time since 2011.
Each team in Region 6A-A will start the 2017 regular season with three non-region contests before league play kicks off on Friday, Sept. 15, with Bowdon traveling to Trion and Mount Zion visiting North Cobb Christian.
Day 2 of the 2017 Trojan Summer Slam kicked off under bright, sunny skies Tuesday morning, where several area high school softball teams returned to the East Carroll Softball Complex for another day of action.
Like last year, the Haralson County and Bremen high school football teams will play three non-region contests throughout their 2017 schedule, but will officially begin Region 6-AAA play on Sept. 22 with a pair of crossover games ageist North sub-region foes.
The Bowdon, Carrollton, Central, Heard County and Villa Rica high school softball teams descended upon the East Carroll Softball Complex on Monday for Day 1 of the 2017 Trojan Summer Slam.
The summer months don't typically make for a hard knock life when it comes to high school football, but Sean Calhoun provided his troops with a smash-up, send-off heading toward fall camp.
Only 40 days remain until Scott Peavey officially jumpstarts his second stint in charge of the Haralson County High School football program when the Rebels open their 2017 campaign on Aug. 25 versus Temple.
A pair of first-year head coaches undergoing position battles at quarterback hit the turf at Roy Richards Memorial Stadium on Thursday morning in search of some answers.
Precisely six weeks from now, a fired-up Bowdon High School football team will be charging Warren P. Sewell Field for its Aug. 25 regular-season home opener versus rival Bremen.
The summer is winding down for the Bremen High School football team as in less than two weeks, it'll officially be setting its sights on the regular season with the start of fall practice.
Each Region 5-AAAA team will begin the regular season with four non-region contests before jumping into a slate of six region games that will span from mid-September until early-November. The top-four teams in the standings earn a playoff berth and will be seeded accordingly.
When the dust settled on the 2016 regular season, it was the Carrollton and Villa Rica high school softball teams standing atop the newly-formed Region 7-AAAAA.
With three teams reaching Game 13 or better, and one ultimately capturing the state crown, Region 7-AAAAA was perhaps a shade better than originally advertised in 2016.
Two non-region games is all there is before jumping into the gauntlet of Region 7-AAAAA this fall, where the Villa Rica High School football team will kick off the Rico Zackery era on Sept. 8 against East Paulding, while Sean Calhoun and Carrollton have an open date that week before facing the Raiders for their region opener on Sept. 15.
With the 'Dead Week' moving toward the rearview mirror for several area high school football players, it's now pedal to the metal from here until the start of the 2017 season in August.
With the GHSA-mandated 'Dead Week' in full effect, high school players and coaches across the state have gotten the opportunity to kick their feet up and relax as they take a break from their usual summer workouts.