Atlanta High School Sports news from the AJC

Benedictine 49, Fitzgerald 26

6:08 pm Dec. 10, 2016

All season long, the Benedictine Cadets have dominated their competition. Their season finale was no different.

Led by a big night from John Wesley Kenney, Tyleek Collins and their defense, the top-ranked Cadets rolled to a

Past failures motivating Benedictine, Fitzgerald

12:15 pm Dec. 8, 2016

In this season’s Class AA tournament, a lot of pivotal matchups featured teams that’d never faced each other due to the new GHSA reclassification alignment. That’s not the case in the title game matchup between

Friday night recap: Semifinals

1:21 am Dec. 3, 2016

With little suspense, Class AA’s top two teams advanced to the state title game as expected on Friday with two lopsided wins. The top-ranked Benedictine Cadets ended Callaway’s magical playoff run in jolting fashion with

What to watch: Semifinals

11:27 am Dec. 1, 2016

Forty-one points. That’s the combined margin that the top-ranked Benedictine Cadets and the No. 2 Fitzgerald Purple Hurricane are favored to win by on their way to the Georgia Dome, according to Maxwell Projections.

(For the

Friday night recap: Quarterfinals

9:56 am Nov. 26, 2016

Friday’s Class AA quarterfinals cut the field from eight to four. Of the four games played, none stand taller than the Callaway at Screven County matchup. The Gamecocks had won the coin toss and privilege

AA in brief; predictions talk; quarterfinal previews

1:55 pm Nov. 22, 2016

We’ve reached the quarterfinals of the AA playoffs which means if your team is playing, you’re not leaving town for Thanksgiving. But there’s a silver lining for those teams: You’re also two wins away from

Friday night recap: Round 2

10:15 am Nov. 19, 2016

We are now down to eight teams remaining in Class AA. One of them was never in the top 10 all season. But now that the quarterfinals have arrived, it’s safe to say that any team

What to watch: Round 2

10:30 am Nov. 17, 2016

Friday kicks off the second round of the AA playoffs and the field will shrink from 16 to eight. There are some intriguing matchups and GHSF Daily takes a look at all of them. To see