There is no disputing the fact that today's event is a chance for some of Cobb County's best programs to demonstrate the quality of high school football played here. And while the familiarity between Cobb teams certainly bree...
With Walton coming off a big win against a respected foe and McEachern rebounding from a defeat by an elite program, it will be interesting to see how the two teams play in Friday’s game.
The Lassiter Trojans will once again boast a high-flying offense that should barely skip a beat after the loss of star wideout Charlie Hegedus to graduation. Jep Irwin’s squad reached the Class AAAAA semifinals one season ago and looks to advance even further with Eddie Printz back under center.
The 2012 Metro PCS Corky Kell Classic certainly was an incredible start to the season. More than 33,000 people came out to the Georgia Dome, setting a new attendance record for the event as it was the first time the Classic p...
Coming off their best season in school history, the Walton Raiders will once again look to Tyren Jones to carry them to new heights.
Today in Game 2 of the Metro PCS Corky Kell Classic, Grayson probably didn’t play its best, but managed a decisive 31-12 win over a quality opponent in No. 9 McEachern to extend the Rams’ state-best 16-game winning streak.
Some coaches like to pad their teams’ schedules with easy wins in non-region games. But none of the coaches whose teams are playing in the 2012 Metro PCS Corky Kell Classic believe in that philosophy.
In a rematch of last year's Class AAAAA second-round showdown, Colquitt County will once again travel to the Atlanta area to face North Gwinnett.
Wednesday marked the inaugural kickoff luncheon for the Metro PCS Corky Kell Classic, the first event of what promises to be one of the best showcases in the 21 years of the prestigious series. This year will feature even mor...
The Grayson Rams own the longest winning streak in the state after going 15-0 en route to the Class AAAAA state title one year ago.
Georgia is known for producing some of the top prep running backs year after year and 2012 is no different.