Champions crowned in Fayette, Paulding and Cherokee Counties

2:42 pm Mar. 30, 2015

Starr’s Mill sweeps Fayette County championships
The Starr’s Mill girls and boys teams are the best in Fayette County, after sweeping the championship meet. The boys team edged rival McIntosh, 186-180, with Whitewater finishing third with 176 points. The Panther girls claimed the title with 196 points, Fayette County was second with 178 and McIntosh placed third with 118.

The Starr’s Mill girls were paced by Alexis Farley, who won the 100-meter

County track and field championships up for grabs this weekend through Monday

12:36 pm Mar. 27, 2015

Here is a closer look at some of the county championship meets taking place this weekend.  County championships are for bragging rights only and do not have an impact on region or sectional meets.

Atlanta Public Schools Championships (The Atlanta Track Classic)
When and Where: Saturday and Monday at North Atlanta
Teams to beat: (Girls) Maynard Jackson, Carver, Mays, North Atlanta; (Boys) Grady, Mays, North Atlanta
Girls to watch: Garielle Netter, Jr., Maynard Jackson;

Weekend bests; Roswell Relays top performances; County championships up next

1:09 pm Mar. 24, 2015

Top performances of the weekend
Several athletes turned in stellar performances in various meets last week. For the boys, Whitefield Academy senior Robby Keough took over the top spot in the state in the 1,600 meters with a time of 4:18.71 at an invitational hosted by his school this weekend, while McEachern senior hurdler Martice Moore ran the state’s two fastest times thus far this season in the 300 meter hurdles

Track & Field Blog: Roswell Rotary Relays; Clark, Hall off to fast starts; Georgia athletes among nation’s best

10:01 am Mar. 17, 2015

19th Roswell Rotary Relays, Saturday
One of the state’s longest running track meets will again feature some of Georgia’s top athletes, as the Roswell Rotary Relays is scheduled for Saturday, at Roswell High School. Sponsored by the Roswell Rotary Club, the event is now in its 19th year.

Among the current state-leading athletes and relay teams expected to participate in the meet are the Milton boys’ state leading 3,200 meter relay team,

Class AAAAA boys: Brunswick 49, Allatoona 32

11:33 pm Mar. 6, 2015

Macon – It would be hard to imagine a better defensive effort than the one Brunswick produced in the Class AAAAA championship game.

The Pirates dominated Allatoona 49-32 on Friday to win the school’s first state basketball championship. They limited the Bucs to 23.6 percent shooting from the field, outrebounded them 44-27 and allowed them to score only three points in the third quarter.

“The 32 points is awesome,” Brunswick coach Chris

Class AAAAA girls: Stephenson 65, Mays 56

9:31 pm Mar. 6, 2015

MACON – Terrianna Cave scored eight of her team-high 14 points in the fourth quarter to lead Stephenson to a 65-56 victory over Region 6 rival Mays in the Class AAAAA girls basketball championship game Friday at the Macon Coliseum.

Stephenson held Mays without a fourth-quarter field goal until 19 seconds to play and was able to pull away in a game it led 48-46 with 5:46 remaining.

Stephenson (27-6) had lost

Class AAAAA boys: Allatoona 62, Warner Robins 39

10:54 pm Feb. 28, 2015

Allatoona 62, Warner Robins 39: Allatoona expanded a 29-22 halftime lead with an 18-4 third quarter to build a 47-26 lead. Rodney Brown led Allatoona with scored 16 points and teammates Bradley Brevet and Kevin Perry finished with 11 and nine, respectively. Warner Robins was paced by Marquez Callaway’s 14 points and nine points apiece from Nathan Curtis and Stephon Raybon.

Class AAAA girls: Carrollton 43, Veterans 42

8:53 pm Feb. 28, 2015

Alecia North scored the game-winning basket with an off-balance flip in the lane with 11 seconds remaining, giving Carrollton a 43-42 victory over Veterans in the Class AAAA girls semifinals Saturday. Veterans’ 3-pointer at the buzzer was short. It was the only lead of the game for ninth-ranked Carrollton, which fell behind 10-0 in the first five minutes and did not get back to within five points until the fourth

Class AAAAA girls: Mays 56, Dutchtown 38

8:42 pm Feb. 28, 2015

Mays 56, Dutchtown 38: No. 1 seed Mays put together a 30-19 scoring advantage in the second half to close out third-seeded Dutchtown. Kennya Simms led Mays with 19 points and teammates Kamiyah Street (11) and Harlyn Wyatt (10) also reached double-figures. who scored 11 points.  Janessa Murphy, Tiara Scott, and Kamera Harris each scored 10 points for Dutchtown.

Class AAAAA boys: Brunswick 44, Cedar Shoals 43

7:58 pm Feb. 28, 2015

Brunswick 44, Cedar Shoals 43: Brunswick fought until the last second to move past Cedar Shoals and into the title game in Macon. The score at half was 17-15 in Brunswick’s favor but Cedar Shoals used a 19-16 run to take a one-point lead into the fourth quarter (34-33). Roger Davis led Brunswick with 20 points and six rebounds and Darius Lampkin finished with nine points, while Zach Moore and Jabril Heck netted six apiece. Cedar Shoals got