Lovett and Westminster are squaring off on the gridiron this Friday, but first there was a Class A/AA state volleyball quarterfinal showdown between the two Buckhead rivals. Westminster had defeated Lovett exactly two weeks earlier in the Area 5-A/AAA championship by a score of three games to one, so the Wildcats again had home-court advantage.
Sometimes it is better to be lucky than good. For McEachern, it was better to be lucky and good in their 31-28 win over North Cobb. Quarterback Trent Thompson hit receiver Rory Anderson on a 13-yard touchdown pass with 45 seconds left to complete a second-half comeback and give the Indians their seventh win of the season.
The Region 6, Class 4A cross country meet was held Saturday at Marist High School. The top four teams from each division and the top 10 individual runners go on to the state meet, so a huge opportunity was at stake. John Ewing of Lakeside DeKalb edged out James Dwyer of Dunwoody and Matthew Weber of Marist with a time of 16:42 to win the varsity boys race. Marist, Lakeside-DeKalb, Dunwoody, and Southwest DeKalb all qualified in the boys division for the state meet.
Here is this week’s newest edition of the Score 44! This is our list of the top 44 high school seniors in the state. In this week’s 44, we have two changes: Tyler Cierski and Angelo Watley were replaced in the list by AJ Sims of Brookwood and Marcus Caffey of Grady. Sims had been in the 44 earlier this year while this is Caffey’s first appearance…
This week's rankings reveal that only Class 2A did not see any changes. Meanwhile, the state's largest and smallest class each had significant movement after week 9.
Check out our rundowns on 14 high school football games. We've included scores, stats, and other interesting information about the metro Atlanta games we covered.
As always, there are several key games this Friday night in Georgia high school football. Check out our look at nine of them, including Stephenson at East Coweta, St. Pius X at Grady and Washington County at Burke County ...
Cedar Grove can now etch their name as a contender in DeKalb County football after a huge win against previously unbeaten Woodward Academy. The Saints won their fourth straight game Friday and look to be in control of what could have been a lost season.
Cobb County football has now spent more time searching for “the Promised Land” than Moses and his brethren. It took Moses 40 years of wandering through the desert; it has now taken Cobb 43 years to win a second state championship.