44 results for month: 03/2019

GHSA’s Hines holds public meetings, talks about reclass, home-schoolers, money

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here Georgia High School Association executive director Robin Hines is on tour this month with stops in Warner Robins, Atlanta and Valdosta. Hines plays in a rock ’n’ roll band as a hobby, but he won’t be playing guitar or ... More

Track and Field Blog:  A look at the state leaders

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here As we head into spring break, here are the state leaders in each one of the 16 events contested at region, sectionals and the state meet (wind-legal times only): 100 meters Boys: 10.70; Demaire Taylor, junior, Milton Girls: ... More

Boys soccer blog: Teams jockey for state tournament positions

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here The deadline for completing region/area matches is April 18, and the first round of the state soccer championships will take place April 24. Teams across the state are jockeying for position in their respective regions and areas to ... More

Class AAAA blog: Cambridge girls win 39th Annual Buckhead Rotary Tournament

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here The Cambridge girls took first place in the 39th annual Buckhead Rotary Tournament over the weekend. The prestigious tournament included some of Georgia’s most accomplished boys and girls programs, as well as top teams from ... More

Lacrosse in brief: Week 3

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here Each week, we’ll take a look at four of the state’s top teams — two from the boys’ side, and two from the girls’ — and see how they’re doing at this point in the season. Last week, we took a look at the then-No. ... More

Class A Football Blog:  A look at coaching changes around the state

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here One of the key differences between traditionally strong programs and those that struggle is the off season program. Simply put, what teams do from December through July – getting bigger, stronger, faster and better – impacts what ... More

Girls soccer blog: Traditional powers dominate top of rankings

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here Lambert has taken over the top spot in the Class AAAAAAA girls soccer rankings after previous No. 1 Parkview, the defending state champion, suffered its first loss of the season, 2-0 against South Carolina power J.L. Mann on ... More

Madison County’s Kayla McPherson outscores all for Player of the Year 

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here Kayla McPherson’s season ended, perhaps prematurely, with a cast on her right (shooting) hand when her Madison County team lost in the second round of the state tournament. The broken bone that was being protected was about ... More

Basketball coaching changes: Azar steps down; Vining is back; two 500-game winners retire

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here The high school basketball season finished up less than three weeks ago, but several prominent programs and coaches have already made big changes. Wesleyan legend Jan Azar has stepped down, and East Hall legend Seth Vining ... More

Landmark brings in basketball legend to run girls program

Article & photos courtesy of The Citizen --> Original Article Here New Landmark Christian School Coach Lady Hardmon Grooms. Photo/Landmark School. Landmark Christian School has named Lady Hardmon Grooms as its new varsity head girls basketball coach. Coach Grooms comes to Landmark after serving as the head girls ... More