Tuesday softball and volleyball scores

8:34 pm Sep. 1, 2015

Tuesday, September 1

Softball

Alexander 12, Paulding County 2

Allatoona 12, Lithia Springs 0

Apalachee 3, Winder-Barrow 2

Archer 4, Eagles Landing Christian 1

Bleckley County 3, First Presbyterian 0

Brookstone 7, Marion County 4

Calhoun 10, Gordon Central 1

Calvary Day 10, Claxton 0

Cambridge 11, North Atlanta 0

Carrollton 6, Troup 0

Central-Carroll 3, Pepperell 2

Cherokee 3, Roswell 1

Collins Hill 8, Norcross 0

Creekside 14, M. L. King 2

Cross Creek 11, Grovetown 7

Dalton 4, Cass 3

Decatur 13, Coretta Scott King 0

East

Jonesboro can’t hide after upset of Sandy Creek

3:54 pm Sep. 1, 2015

Jonesboro coach Tim Floyd entered his seventh season with ideas of being a sleeper, an upstart team that flew under the radar toward the playoffs.

Sorry, coach, that’s not happening now, not after Floyd’s Cardinals went on the road and upset perennial power Sandy Creek, 17-15, last week.

‘’I was hoping to stay under the radar,” Floyd told the AJC’s Todd Holcomb early this week, “but that’s out the door now.’’

It certainly

Keeping the ‘Pace’

1:52 pm Sep. 1, 2015

How about Pace Academy?

The Knights beat Our Lady of Mercy 34-3 and it doesn’t appear they have mercy for anyone else remaining on their schedule.

Going down the checklist of the Knights’ opponents, the date to

Maxwell Week 2 Summary: History says don’t count out Sandy Creek, Washington County, or ELCA

9:00 am Sep. 1, 2015

The Maxwell Ratings will rank Georgia’s 417 teams throughout the 2015 season. The ratings are based entirely on historical performance and on field results and do not consider personnel changes on the roster or coaching staffs.

Interesting results after week 2:
– Sandy Creek was shocked by 37-point underdog Jonesboro 17-15 to drop nearly 13 points in the ratings. The shift brought them down from #2 to #7 in Class AAAA. Jonesboro

Four Questions with Temple coach Seth Rogers

7:15 am Sep. 1, 2015

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

Seth Rogers, Temple

1. What is the most memorable game you’ve been a part of as