Ginny Hearn (second from right) signed her Letter of Intent recently to play softball at Mercer. Pictured, from left to right, are Kevin Hearn (father), Ginny, Katie Hearn (sister) and Heidi Hearn (mother).
Two Douglas County natives have been chosen to participate in the second annual Elite Junior Classic, which will be held Dec. 27-29 at McEachern High School.
Three local talents competed in the Foot Locker South Regional Championships in Charlotte, North Carolina on Nov. 29. Landmark Christian School runners and Douglas County residents Nicole Fegans, Kathryn Foreman and Sarah Foreman all took part in the 5K high school event hosted at McAlpine Park.
The Landmark Lady War Eagle cross country team capped off a solid season with a state title over the weekend. Led by the usual suspects, Landmark took first place in the Single A Private School 5K race with 45 points, and have now won state in two of the last year years.
Landmark Christian School traveled to Fayetteville over the weekend to compete in the Region 5-A Area 3 Private Championship meet. On a cold and windy morning, the Lady War Eagles took first place in the girls 5K, while the War Eagles placed second in the boys race.
The Landmark War Eagles dropped their second game of the season last Friday night after suffering a defeat to Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy, 35-28. The game was exciting from start to finish.
With elite cross country runner, Kathryn Foreman, tending to an injury, the Landmark Christian School girls team has showed little signs of slowing down. The Lady War Eagles took first place at the state course in Carrollton on Saturday while competing in the annual Last Chance Invitational.
The No. 7 ranked Landmark Christian School War Eagles kept right on rolling in front of a large Homecoming crowd as they defeated the visiting Mt Vernon Mustangs last Friday night, 56-21. The beautiful homecoming court rode in before the game on convertibles, but it was the War Eagle footbal…
Special teams, offense, and defense each found a way to score touchdowns for the No. 8 Single-A ranked Landmark War Eagles as they defeated AAA opponent Josey High School by a margin of 55-20. last Friday night.
The Landmark cross country team competed in the annual Carrollton Orthopedic Clinic Invitational last weekend. The race was hosted on the State Championship course. A total of 69 teams from Georgia and the nearby states attended the major meet.
The Alexander cross country team competed in its third straight big meet of the season over the weekend. On Saturday, the AHS boys and girls competed with 48 other schools at the third annual AT&T Panther Invitational, hosted by Starrs Mill at Herritage Church in Fayetteville.
The Landmark War Eagles continued their early season winning streak as they improved their record to 3-0 with a 27-21 victory over AA opponent Pace Academy.
Lithia Springs will open the 2014 season with a 5-1A private school, which might seem like an easy task for a 5-5A public school. However, Landmark is no pushover and has been a powerhouse in their classification for several years, constantly competing for a state championship.
Teams from Alexander, Chapel Hill and Douglas County kicked off the 2014 cross country season over the weekend at the annual Bob Blastow Early Bird Classic. Over 40 schools competed in the meet, which was held at Clinton Park in Villa Rica.
Landmark Christian School cross country runner and Lithia Springs native, Kathryn Foreman, has received enough awards over the past few months to last most athletes a lifetime. The Private School Single-A 2013 state champion added another trophy to the shelf Wednesday evening in front of her…
In its 29th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company, in collaboration with USA TODAY High School Sports, today announced Kathryn Foreman of Landmark Christian School as its 2013-14 Gatorade Georgia Girls Cross Country Runner of the Year. Foreman is the f…
Landmark sophomore cross country runner, 2013 1A Private State Champion and Douglas County native Kathryn Foreman competed in the 35th annual Foot Locker Championships National Finals in San Diego, Calif. on Dec. 14.
The graduation rate in Douglas County fell below the state average by 1 percentage point, according to statistics released Wednesday by the Georgia Department of Education.
The 2013-14 high school swimming season continued Friday evening at Boundary Waters Aquatic Center. The meet hosted five schools, including Douglas County, Lithia Springs, New Manchester, Harvester Christian and Landmark Christian.
Landmark Christian High School cross country runners Kathryn Foreman and Nicole Fegans were honored Wednesday night by the Atlanta Track Club as being two of the top 20 female runners in the state. . Both standout competitors are Douglas County natives.