Atlanta High School Sports news from the AJC

The Giants keep rolling … No second-round upsets

7:22 am Nov. 18, 2017

The no-upset trend continued through the second round of the playoffs, with seven of the remaining eight teams all ranked among the top 10. Six of the teams still standing won their region championship and

Warner Robins 26, Eagle’s Landing 23 (OT)

11:49 pm Nov. 17, 2017

Warner Robins – One hallmark of Warner Robins all season was to avoid mistakes, and then avoid compounding things when the Demons did make a mistake.
They survived some of both against a scrappy Eagle’s Landing team.
Jarius Burnette, who played sparingly down the stretch with a thigh injury, powered in from a yard out on fourth down to give Warner Robins a 26-23 win in overtime over Eagle’s Landing in a

Friday night roundup: FINAL

11:01 pm Nov. 17, 2017

By Score Atlanta

McEachern came back in the last minute to down No. 1-ranked Lowndes on the road in the Class AAAAAAA second round. At halftime, the Indians were trailing 24-7 against Lowndes and were down 24-0 to start the game. Late in the fourth quarter, the Indians recovered an onside kick with the score 31-22, and quarterback Malik Evans hit David Martin on the next play to make it 31-29.

Grady, LaGrange seeking new head coaches

7:30 am Nov. 13, 2017

Grady and LaGrange are looking for new head coaches. LaGrange coach Dialleo Burks announced to his team Friday that he was stepping down after four seasons. Burks, a former standout receiver for the Grangers, was

Four Questions with Eagle’s Landing coach Shawn Jones

7:20 am Nov. 13, 2017

GHSF Daily asked Georgia head coaches to answer these four questions. We’ll report from a different head coach each day.

Shawn Jones, Eagle’s Landing

1. What is the real difference-maker in winning and losing in Georgia high

Jones County 32, Griffin 8

11:27 pm Nov. 10, 2017

Gray – Back in the spring, Jones County and Griffin played, and it wasn’t pretty, the Greyhounds won 35-6.
The meeting in the first round of the GHSA Class AAAAA playoffs wasn’t much different.
Jones County got started slowly, but took control in the second quarter en route to a 32-8 win in the Greyhounds’ first home playoff game since 2001.
“Anytime we can play well in front of them fans is big,