Atlanta High School Sports news from the AJC

Boys Soccer: Month-long winning streaks get put to the test

12:30 pm Mar. 20, 2017

We’ve made it through the first six weeks of the 2017 soccer season and entered the official start of Spring. With just five weeks left in the regular season, there were month-long winning streaks and undefeated records put to the test. Key battles for region supremacy also took place across the classifications, and some of the state’s hottest teams were delivered their first tests of the second half of the

DeKalb All-Star Game is Thursday

10:31 am Mar. 20, 2017

Some of the top senior basketball players from DeKalb County will meet in the annual All-Start Game on Thursday at Miller Grove. The girls game begins at 4 p.m., with the boys to follow at

High School Spring Scores

10:45 pm Mar. 17, 2017

High School Spring Scores



Alexander 20, New Manchester 0

Alpharetta 6, Chattahoochee 1

Arabia Mountain 11, Southwest DeKalb 4

Armuchee 11, Model 9

Athens Academy 10, Riverside Military 1

Bacon County 4, Vidalia 2

Bleckley County 8, East Laurens 3

Brunswick 10, Islands 4

Buford 16, Johnson-Gainesville 1

Burke County 6, Richmond Academy 1

Cairo 3, Northside-Columbus 0

Calvary Day 14, Savannah Country Day 4

Camden County 5, Colquitt County 4

Campbell 19, Pebblebrook 0

Cartersville 13, Chapel Hill 0

Cass 8, Woodland-Cartersville 5

Cedartown 10, Central-Talbotton

Week 4 baseball rankings

1:37 pm Mar. 17, 2017

In Class 7A, top ranked Walton extended its current winning streak to eight games on Tuesday with a 4-0 win over Roswell. No. 2 Mill Creek defeated Discovery 10-0 on Wednesday to push its winning streak to 10 games. Within the 10-game winning streak includes victories over ranked Parkview, Brookwood, and previously ranked Norcross. North Gwinnett leapt Parkview for No. 3 in this week’s poll and remains perfect with a 14-0 record.

Pope remains a

Greenforest, Wilkinson County boys; Wesleyan, Pelham girls are state champs

2:36 am Mar. 17, 2017

Hail to the champs! Here is a look at the state champs as the book is now closed on the 2016-2017 season:


Private Champion: Greenforest Christian (27-5)

How the title was won:  Greenforest went on a 10-1 run in the last two minutes of the first half to blow open a close game against Southwest Atlanta Christian, and eventually route the Warriors 81-57. Senior Justin Forrest led all scorers with 36 points.


Thursday Spring Scores

10:20 pm Mar. 16, 2017

High School Spring Scores



Alexander 17, Langston Hughes 0

Allatoona 3, Harrison 2

Appling County 8, Brantley County 5

Arabia Mountain 17, Clarkston 2

B.E.S.T. Academy 16, Therrell 13

Bowdon 6, North Cobb Christian 1

Cairo 14, Americus-Sumter 1

Calhoun 5, Sonoraville 3

Campbell 10, Pebblebrook 0

Cartersville 1, Sandy Creek 0

Cedartown 1, Troup 0

Chamblee 12, Columbia 3

Cherokee 3, Woodstock 2

Clinch County 9, Wheeler County 2

Coahulla Creek 4, Bremen 2

Dalton 16, Creekview 6

Decatur 14, Grady 1

Dunwoody 10, Cambridge 3

East Hall

Week 4 lacrosse rankings

4:13 pm Mar. 15, 2017

n Class 6A-7A, Pope suffered an 11-10 overtime loss to Centennial on Wednesday and slipped to No. 3 in the polls. Lambert, which handed Centennial its only loss of the season in a 20-11 Feb. 28 meeting, takes over the top spot. The Longhorns’ lone loss came to Maryland’s Calvert Hall this past Saturday.

In Class A-5A, Buford used a 12-8 victory over Blessed Trinity to make its debut at No.