Four Douglas County High football players are on the Sports Illustrated All-American Watch List, which was released last week.
As she continues her battle with the coronavirus, Douglasville native Asia Durr has decided not to participate in the upcoming WNBA season.
The nationwide outrage following the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and other African-Americans in recent months has spurred a beloved three-time Olympic bobsledding medalist from Douglasville to share her own story in an effort to create “lasting change.”
Former Chapel Hill High defensive lineman Bradyn Swinson was finishing up his first semester of classes at the University of Oregon. He was also four days into spring football practice.
A couple of former Chapel Hill High football players were recently named to the Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAA All-State teams that were released on Friday morning.
With the school year hanging in the balance of Gov. Brian Kemp, the Georgia High School Association will meet next week to discuss how it should proceed with the spring sports season.