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Four Questions with Marietta coach Richard Morgan

7:30 am Nov. 7, 2016

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

Richard Morgan, Marietta

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

Hillgrove 30, Marietta 7

10:58 pm Oct. 14, 2016

Hillgrove wore down Marietta with a clock-controlling running attack and broke open a close game with three fourth-quarter touchdowns to beat the Blue Devils 30-7 in a Region 3-AAAAAAA game Friday in Powder Springs.

Hillgrove ran

Lassiter 21, Marietta 14

11:31 pm Sep. 16, 2016

A Lassiter offense that was held in check for the better of three quarters Friday came alive just in time, scoring 21 points in the game’s final 15 minutes to salvage a 21-14 victory over

Grayson’s Herron among eight new coaches in AAAAAAA

7:30 am Aug. 10, 2016

Over the next several days, GHSF Daily will chronicle the many coaching changes in the offseason. We begin with Class AAAAAAA.

Number of hires: 8

Best hire: Richard Morgan, Marietta

Hardest to replace: Mickey Conn, Grayson

Best job: Grayson

Toughest job: Rockdale County

Most interesting: Mickey Conn’s

2015-16 AJC high school athletes of the year

7:00 pm Jun. 10, 2016

Standout performances by these athletes led to individual and team success during the 2015-2016 school year:

Baseball

Josh Lowe, Pope: The senior pitcher and third baseman hit .383 with 11 home runs and 24 extra-base hits for

McEachern Invitational among top tune-up meets this weekend; Robertson to compete at FSU

9:39 am Apr. 15, 2016

A handful of meets this weekend will feature top competitors and teams getting tuned up for the barrage of region and area meets that will take place starting next week.

Spartan Classic
Where:  Greater Atlanta Christian, Norcross
When:  Friday
The skinny:  For the boys, Brookwood and Mill Creek are the clear favorites. Watch Gainesville junior pole vaulter Hunter Mallard, Brookwood senior jumper Nate Blackmon, and Brookwood senior hurdler Myles Scott.  On the girls’ side,