The Atlanta Falcons are being praised for hosting one of the most successful High School Girls Flag Football Showcases in the country. The third-annual event, presented by Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, and was held at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in May. Current and formerFalcons players, and nearly 20 Georgia high school girls flag football coaches were in attendance.
Video replay at the football championships, NIL licensing deals for student athletes, and minimum seating requirements for football semifinal games were the big topics at the GHSA Board of Trustees meeting this week.
Here’s our GPB All-State Award Winners and All-Star Offense, Defense and Special Teams.
The GHSA will have a new look in 2022, with teams spread out over different regions after the biennial realignment.
On this week's Football Fridays In Georgia podcast, GPB Sports' Hannah Goodin and Jon Nelson talk with Charlton County Head Coach Russ Murray about his team's big Swamp War win over Clinch County and their perfect start as they head into the heart of their "Region of Doom" schedule. Jon also helps break down the latest on the contentious GHSA re-classification process plus a recap of the biggest matchups from week six.
Here are some of the top performances from around the state of Georgia for week one of the high school football season.
Schools are ramping up precautions to help keep students and fans safe at football games.
Here's one last look at the heroes from the state championship weekend.
From new faces in new places, to an abundance of four-star talent, this should be a fun season for high school football.
Roger Holmes is entering his 18th year as the head football coach at Dublin High School. If there is one thing he likes about his Irish football team, it’s consistency.
A fresh approach to leadership has brought the young Broncos closer together and ready to attack a new season.
Hapeville Charter beat Heard County in a match between a pair of ranked 2A teams
It’s almost time for high school football, and GPB Sports has it covered!
When you win the state championship 10 times in 14 seasons, there are great expectations not only in Georgia, but across the country.
The calendar says that we are 2 months away from the start of the 2018 Georgia high school football season, but if you stopped by the Roswell Area park last week you might think the season openers were just days away.
In a recent conversation with Colquitt County Packer head football coach Rush Propst, I asked if he had gotten the painful 19-17, last play of the game loss to North Gwinnett, out of his mind heading into this the 2018 prep football season.
So, how was your National Signing Day…???
Now nearly a week later those teams are preparing to compete again – only this time – it won’t be at the Benz.
What I figured I would do this week, instead of showing highlights, was go into the Vault a little bit...
Due to the inclement weather and postponements, the remaining six title games will be played this Friday at various locations across the state...