Cross Country

Retirement beckons, but Rogers remains ‘a loyal Royal’

Article and photos courtesy of the Macon Telegraph --> Original Article Here A funny thing happened to Benjy Rogers on his journey to play college football, graduate and then take a few jobs here and there before becoming a football head coach. He played college football at two schools, college basketball at yet another and has ... More

GHSA executive committee set to act on transfer eligibility + Big Signing Day + Coaching Vacancies

Article and photos courtesy of the Macon Telegraph --> Original Article Here A crackdown on transfers and the hiring of an executive director will be the main topics brought up Tuesday at a called meeting of the GHSA executive committee. The committee, which will meet at 2 p.m. in Thomaston, will consider a proposal to assess all ... More

Veterans splits with Loganville in series

Article and photos courtesy of the Macon Telegraph --> Original Article Here Loganville responded quite well to losing the opener of its GHSA Class 5A quarterfinal series by evening it with a 9-1 win Wednesday over Veterans in the nightcap. Ben Gibbs went the distance for Veterans in 4-3 opening win. The Red Devils exploded for ... More

12 athletes sign scholarships at West Forsyth

Article & photos courtesy of Forsyth County News --> Original Article Here West Forsyth celebrated 12 senior athletes signing to play at the next level in a special ceremony at the school last month. Bryar Hawkins signed to play baseball at Clemson University. Brooke Kane signed to play tennis at the University of West ... More

THE GRIND: South Forsyth’s Millie Bergey reflects on downs, ups of decorated career

Article & photos courtesy of Forsyth County News --> Original Article Here There were two sides to Millie Bergey’s freshman year at South Forsyth. There was the initially resistant runner whose mother had to get her out of bed and force her out of the car when they got to the school for the first summer cross country practice. ... More

Commentary: GHSA should stand its ground in fight over Phillips

It seems typically ironic that a state representative had this to say about the Georgia High School Association on Monday.

“I don’t think any of them know what their job is,” he said, adding that he ...


Landmark Christian’s Fegans named Gatorade girls XC runner of year

Landmark Christian senior Nicole Fegans, the Class A girls state champion and a top-10 finisher nationally, is the Gatorade Georgia girls cross country runner of the year.

Fegans was largely an unheralded runner until ...


A look at the region champs; Final power ratings to be announced Monday

Now that the regular season has come to a close, here’s how the power ratings will shake out, followed by a look at our region champions.

MaxPreps’ final Class A power ratings will be posted on the GHSA web site on Nov. 6. Any Class A school that believes its final power rating is incorrect may file an appeal in writing to the GHSA on Nov. 7, 8-11 a.m. A GHSA Appeals Committee ...

GMC boys win cross country title, Bleckley County sweeps, Jones County’s Leonard wins

Jones County's Erin Leonard added to her stellar resume on Saturday by winning the GHSA Class 5A girls cross country title in Carrollton. And GMC's boys topped Seminole County for … Click to Continue »

Cross Country Championship Recap & Results

The GHSA State Cross Country Championships were held this Friday and Saturday at the Carrollton course, with three classifications competing on the first day and five on the second. Here are the notable results from each class:


Class AAAAAAA: Two Forsyth County teams took first place in the state’s largest class, winning each program’s first-ever titles. The Lambert boys (1:24:44.05) denied Marietta (6th place) a third straight title in the state’s ...