This weekend, a whirlwind of 128 performances will play out on the big blue mat at the Macon Centreplex, now hosting its third consecutive cheerleading matchup. And for a variety of reasons, stakes feel higher this November.
The GPB Sports Flag Football broadcast moves to Cherokee County for a doubleheader on Tuesday afternoon.
GPB Sports this week begins its weekly coverage of Georgia High School flag football with a spotlight on the Clash of Champions tripleheader.
GPB Sports is looking for Georgia high school football players who are having a great season and career but who may need a little help getting noticed by recruiters.
When the GHSA came out with their latest round of who-goes-where, those of us here at GPB Sports decided to gather as much of a cross-section as possible in telling all the different versions of how schools were affected by the news of their new homes for the next two years thanks to reclassification.
In this edition of the Football Fridays in Georgia podcast, Hannah and Jon tackle one of the most contentious and most talked about issues off the field this past year - the GHSA reclassification and realignment process. They get a firsthand account of how the reclassification committee’s decision unfolded from its chairman and hear from some of the coaches most directly affected.
Over half the GHSA's high schools now have a girls flag football team and more plan to sign up before the season begins in October. The newest GHSA sport is exploding with popularity. So, fans will be happy to know that GPB Sports' is adding live streaming of weekly regular season games, a season opening tournament in addition to its televised coverage of the state championships.
GPB Sports' Jon Nelson and Hannah Goodin sit down for a wide-ranging conversation with Georgia High School Association (GHSA) Executive Director, Dr. Robin Hines, on this week's Football Fridays in Georgia podcast. They talked about COVID, realignment, and the Flag Football Championships. They also talk about some of the surprising games from week 2 of the football regular season.
Embattled Head Football Coach Rush Propst is out at Valdosta after a tumultuous year with the program. The Valdosta City Board of Education voted 5-3 Tuesday night not to renew Propst’s contract.
The 2020-2021 GHSA High School Cheerleading Championships take place this Monday and Tuesday, February 15th and 16th in Macon. GPB's Ashley Mengwasser has a preview.
On the final Football Fridays in Georgia podcast for the 2020 GHSA high school football season, hosts Hannah Goodin and Jon Nelson look back at Championship Week at Center Parc Stadium.
For this week's Football Fridays in Georgia podcast, hosts Hannah Goodin and Jon Nelson look at the high school football semifinals. They also talk with Todd Holcomb, editor and publisher of the Georgia High School Football Daily newsletter.
High school officials are taking steps to stay safe during the football season.
High school sports activities will resume in Georgia June 8th.
The Georgia High School Association has taken its first major step toward resuming athletics in the state.
The nation’s top baseball prospect, Jordan Walker, has a huge decision to make this summer… either honor his commitment to play for Duke or go pro.
Despite Propst’s questionable reputation, he’s a proven winner with almost 300 wins under his belt. Is that enough to impress the Valdosta community, though?
The biggest question you ask Rush Propst is: What did you learn about yourself as a person and a coach in his time away from coaching here in the state of Georgia?
Fans love him or hate him. A year after his unceremonious firing by Colquitt County High School, Rush Propst has been hired to take over the famed Valdosta Wildcats football program.
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