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Tonight’s scheduled Region 7-AAA basketball games at East Hall and West Hall high schools have been postponed until Thursday due to weather concerns in some areas. The teams will play the same times as scheduled before. Girls games at West Hall will include Banks County vs.
Stephenson High School (GA) junior safety Eugene Brown is getting attention from schools in both the ACC and the SEC. Brown recently visited one of those schools for their Junior Day.
This one will hurt for some time. The Apalachee High School boys basketball team fell to Heritage 69-67 in the quarterfinals of the Region 8-AAAAA basketball tournament Tuesday night. That loss will prevent the Wildcats, who finish the season 19-6, from reaching the state tournament.
The Winder-Barrow High School Lady Bulldoggs recorded their 21st win Monday night dispatching of an overmatched Discovery High School squad 62-22 in the opening round of the region tournament. Olivia Nelson-Ododa scored a game-high 16 points while Latrice Perkins added 10 and Lexi Maddox scored eight. The Lady Bulldoggs need one more win to guarantee themselves a spot in the state tourmament, something that has not happened in more than two decades.
The season came to an end for the Apalachee High School Lady Wildcats Monday following a 48-33 loss to Lanier in the opening round of the 8-AAAAA tournament. Shania Thomas scored 13 points for AHS while Nakia Hooks also finished in double figures with 10 points. The Lady Wildcats, who finished the season at 7-18 overall, fell behind 12-3 after the first quarter but played better in the game’s second eight minutes to trail 20-10 at halftime.
The Winder-Barrow High School boys saw another diappointing season end Monday in a 68-49 loss to Flowery Branch in the opening round of the 8-AAAAA tournament. The Bulldoggs finished the season 2-23 overall.
(Bowdon, GA) — The basketball season came to an abrupt end for the boy’s varsity basketball team Tuesday night in a heart-breaking overtime loss to the Chattahoochee County Panthers at the Region 5-AA basketball tournament in Bowdon. The Braves fell 56-54 to the Panthers in a game that saw several ties and lead changes during […]
Benjie Wood said he always knew he had great role players to step up, no matter the situation. He found playing time for all of them in Gainesville’s 82-51 rout of Loganville in the Region 8-AAAAA quarterfinals Tuesday night at the Gainesville High gym. Eleven different scorers led the way for the Red Elephants, who combined for 12 3-pointers on a night where leading scorer and Georgia State signee D’Marcus Simonds (stomach flu) was unavailable.
SOPERTON — Portal put up a valiant effort in a 59-46 loss to Emanuel County Institute in the girls basketball GHSA region 3-A playoffs Tuesday afternoon.
John Mills was already hyped to get to work in the offseason. But Tuesday evening’s loss to Salem in the Region 8-AAAAA quarterfinals may have stoked yet another fire inside the Flowery Branch junior. The guard led all scorers with 23 points, but the Falcons (16-11) fell to the Seminoles 55-51 at the Gainesville High gym, ending Flowery Branch’s bid for a spot in the state tournament.
That Appalachian State received a January 6th verbal commitment from a key player wasn’t a surprise, but the player might’ve caught some off-guard. 2017 star Ryan Huff had received his first offer from the Mountaineers last May and, despite being over a year away from his own signing day, Huff committed to App State. Huff’s commitment is huge at any point but makes a powerful opening statement.
It’s do or die for the Lady Leopards. Continue reading “Lady Leopards facing Lions in elimination game”
A veteran group of Leopard wrestlers is ready to make a statement at the GHSA State Traditional Tournament this weekend in Duluth. Continue reading “Five Leopard wrestlers set lofty goals for state”
Because Banks County clinched the No. 1 seed in 7-AAA last month, the Leopards will get a bye for the play-in round of the region tournament. Continue reading “Leopards ready to translate success to postseason”
The Lady Tigers are limping into the Region 8-A tournament, but that doesn’t mean the defending champions don’t like their chances. Continue reading “Lady Tigers limping into region tournament with high hopes”
The Commerce High School swim team ended its 2015-16 season last weekend at the state meet at Georgia Tech. Continue reading “Tigers compete at state swim meet ”
The Commerce High School wrestling team lost none of its steam last weekend as the Tigers continue their run towards a third consecutive traditional state title. Continue reading “Sights on the Sweep – 14 Tigers vying for state titles this week”