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As storybooks go, things usually build up to a happy, successful ending. For his four-year career as a distance runner for Flowery Branch’s track team, Jake Shewbert couldn’t have written a better ending. In the fall, Shewbert won a state championship for the Falcons’ cross country team in the Class AAAAA 5k run with a cushion of six seconds.
Bethlehem Christian Academy saw three seniors sign athletic scholarships this past year, with two baseball players and one golfer.
Last Sunday, Bethlehem Christian Academy graduated their largest class to date.
Kara Maxwell spent most of her time at Bethlehem Christian Academy as a three-sport athlete, dedicating much of her time to athletics and improving in …
This year’s class of baseball seniors at Bethlehem Christian Academy is special for several reasons.
North Hall boys golf team member Bartley Forrester was selected to the Class AAAA All-State team by the Georgia high School Golf Coaches Association. Forrester, a sophomore, made the squad after winning the Region 8 tournament in a playoff then helping the Trojans win their Sectional tournament. North Hall came in seventh at the state tournament, led by Forrester’s score of 74.
There are just over 300 mountain bike trails in Georgia – none of which are in a 20-mile radius of Commerce. Continue reading “Happy Trails: Commerce’s mountain bike trail opens this summer”
Article written by Jordan Hofeditz / The Times-Georgian (Franklin, GA) — Once again, the Heard County High School football team opted not to hold a traditional spring practice this year in order to play two scrimmages in the fall leading into the 2016 campaign. It is something head coach Tim Barron not only likes to do, […]
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One of Barrow County 4-H’s most popular programs, the archery team, teaches youth courage and confidence as well as safety using the bow and arrow. The Georgia 4-H State Archery match was held on recently at Rock Eagle 4-H Center in Eatonton. Barrow County was represented by a team of over 50 youth in seven divisions: Continue reading “Barrow 4-H archery team competes at state”
Bethlehem Christian Academy is preparing for the 2016 season and the Knights may very well be about to make Barrow County history. BCA opens the new season on Friday, Aug. 12, when it hosts Piedmont Academy.
Former Raider catcher Ivie Drake has just completed her sophomore softball season as Georgia State’s catcher. Continue reading “Drake piles up the numbers”
Jefferson, after winning 10 games as a ground-heavy team in 2015, aims to put the ball in the air more this fall. Continue reading “Dragons use spring to hone passing game”
Although spring football signified the start of year two under head coach Brandon Worley at Jackson County, Panther players were again getting used to some changes in the coaching ranks. Continue reading “Football: Panthers get acclimated to new assistants during spring ball”
Sure, spring practice allowed East Jackson the chance for full-padded practices and X’s and O’s study. Continue reading “Foundation building: Hunnicutt goes about laying groundwork for Eagle football program”
Jackson County has its new baseball coach, and no one is happier than the guy taking over. Continue reading “Mary Persons coach to take over JCCHS baseball program”
Nathan Galloway, Jackson County’s top distance runner this past year, has signed with Piedmont College where he’ll compete in both cross country and track and field. Continue reading “Cross country: Galloway signs with Piedmont College”
With the baseball season — and his coaching career – now over, Tommy Fountain will turn his attention to a higher calling. Continue reading “Baseball: Fountain walks away from history to the ministry ”