Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

High school notes: Rosters for baseball all-star game set

The rosters have been announced for the 2014 Georgia-Alabama Bi-City All-Star game, which will be played at 7 p.m. on June 4 at Columbus State’s Ragsdale Field.Click to Continue »

David Smart steps down as Northside baseball coach

Northside High’s David Smart is leaving his role as the school’s baseball coach.Click to Continue »

Report: Aggravated stalker grabs woman at Mathews Elementary School

A 35-year-old Norris Road man is wanted for aggravated stalking after he was accused of grabbing a 33-year-old woman in the Mathews Elementary School parking lot, according to a Columbus…Click to Continue »

Golfer Jimmy Beck (Columbus) earns all-region honors

NORMAN, Okla. — Kennesaw State golfer Jimmy Beck (Columbus High) was named to the NCAA Division I PING all-region team by the Golf Coaches Association of America on Thursday.Click to Continue »

Ollivia McLemore (Glenwood) pitches Armstrong to opening win in NCAA championships

Ollivia McLemore (Glenwood) gave up just one run on three hits in leading Armstrong Atlantic to a 5-1 win over West Chester on Thursday in the opening round of the…Click to Continue »

High school notes: Three local high school players invited to U.S. Army All-American Bowl

A pair of Carver football players — Mekhi Brown and Khane Pass — and Smiths Station’s Amonte Caban have received invitations to play in the 2015 U.S. Army All-American Bowl.Click to Continue »

Jade Sasser (Northside) leads Auburn-Montgomery into NAIA softball world series

Former Northside softball standout Jade Sasser leads Auburn-Montgomery into the 2014 NAIA world series, which starts Friday at South Commons.Click to Continue »

DeRon Furr (Carver) signs with Kansas City Chiefs

DeRon Furr realized a lifelong dream Wednesday when he signed a rookie free-agent contract with the Kansas City Chiefs.Click to Continue »

Troy’s Marc Skinner (Smiths Station) earns Sun Belt honors

Former Smiths Station standout Marc Skinner was named the Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year on Tuesday night.Click to Continue »

Russell County football coach Demond McCoy steps down

Russell County head football coach and athletic director Demond McCoy announced Wednesday afternoon that he has stepped down from those positions.Click to Continue »

High school golf roundup: Brookstone boys, Columbus girls win state titles

The Brookstone boys golf team continued their recent tradition of winning state championships Monday, while the Columbus High girls team returned to its glory days and won its eighth state…Click to Continue »

Georgia Underclassmen Top 100 Showcase to be played at CSU on May 28

The Georgia Dugout Club will put on the Georgia Underclassmen Top 100 Showcase at Columbus State University from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on May 28.Click to Continue »

(Update w/ quotes) Woodrow Lowe’s contract as Central football coach not renewed

Phenix City schools interim superintendent Rod Hinton confirmed on Monday that the board of education would not renew his coaching contract.Click to Continue »

J.T. Phillips, Georgia Perimeter unable to advance to JUCO world series

COVINGTON, Ga. — J.T. Phillips and Georgia Perimiter came up short in their bid for a berth in the JUCO world series.Click to Continue »

Ex-Glenwood star Ollivia McLemore leads Armstrong Atlantic to national tournament

DAHLONEGA, Ga. — Former Glenwood standout Ollivia McLemore pitched the Armstrong Atlantic softball team into the NCAA Division II national championships.Click to Continue »

Columbus girls fall to Veterans in state semifinals

Playing for the third time in two years, Veterans finally figured out the Lady Blue Devils with a 1-0 victory.Click to Continue »

Kyle Carter leads Miami-Dade to JUCO world series

Former Columbus High standout Kyle Carter is headed to the JUCO world series after helping Miami-Dade College to the Region 8 (Florida) championship with a 4-2 win over Polk State…Click to Continue »

Columbus High star named GCAA’s Player of the Year

Former Columbus High standout J.T. Phillips earned two major awards from the Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association.Click to Continue »