Abbie George, a 2018 graduate of Heritage who has spent the last two seasons playing soccer at Georgia Military College, is set to transfer to Brenau University to continue her career.
Sade Harrell, a standout on the Heritage girls basketball team, wasted little time in making her plans for college Thursday evening after receiving an offer earlier in the day.
Anastasia Griffing of Eastside was named as a Cheerleader of the Year finalist over the weekend by the Georgia Cheerleading Coaches Association.
With COVID-19 cases rising in Georgia, high school football coaches across the state are starting to wonder what the future might look like in hopes of preserving their upcoming season this fall.
Making the leap from junior varsity to varsity isn’t supposed to be an easy one. Making the leap from junior varsity to one of the top players in the country in one season — in most all cases — is next to impossible.
While the addition of a shot clock in basketball was big news from the Georgia High School Association’s Executive Committee meeting Tuesday, it also was a big day for changes in cross country and track and field.
As the successes and accolades amassed for Cameron Jones, he admitted he wasn’t sure how to respond to the blessings.
Five weeks into another promising campaign, the Eastside girls soccer team fell victim to the COVID-19 pandemic, much like all of their fellow spring sport counterparts did in mid March.
Presented with a prestigious opportunity in soccer, Jason Redmond put pen to paper in early March and listed the pros and cons of the offer.
Rockdale County senior Jheim McDonald became the second Bulldog to announce his commitment to play college basketball, electing to take his talents to Gordon State College.
While most GHSA schools around the state of Georgia are set to return to football practice next week in a limited capacity for the first time since the COVID-19 outbreak shut down sports in early March, Rockdale County schools will remain idle for the time being.
Though it didn’t end with any grand trophies or shiny rings, Rockdale girls soccer head coach Shelley Seagraves and her team had quite the championship caliber season before it was unexpectedly cut off.
Georgia’s teenage athletes can resume conditioning at their high schools beginning June 8, the Georgia High School Association’s Board of Trustees confirmed in a Thursday meeting.
Rockdale seniors A.J. Rickman and Sarah Goldgar were presented recently with the Rockdale County Public Schools’ District Male and Female Academic Student Athlete Award.
A worn-down shoulder and academic goals made Caitlin Ray’s decision before she played a game this season.
Though it may have been a stumbling start to the season, Heritage girls soccer head coach Laura Freeman led her team to a hot finish before the season’s unexpected end.
Beloved Newton Rams track and field assistant coach Jay Rollerson died over the weekend, Newton head coach Demetrice Perry-Stokes announced in a social media post Monday.
The National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association announced this week that Chad Suddeth, athletic director at Rockdale County High School, has been recognized by the association as a Certified Athletic Administrator.
Conyers native DeVon Holmes, a multi-sport coach at The Cindy Platt Boys and Girls Club of Transylvania County (N.C.), has won Positive Coaching Alliance’s coveted National Double-Goal Coach Award presented for his positive impact on youth sports.
Ezra King’s kicking talents earned a big honor Friday, when the Georgia Sports Writers Association released its all-state list for the 2019 high school football season.
The Georgia High School Association made the expected official Thursday, canceling all sports and activities for the 2019-20 school year.
Alcovy baseball player Jacob Golden was named a recipient of the Dooley Award, presented by Athletes for a Better World and the Georgia High School Association.