GHSA


Peach making holiday week count by preparing hard

Article and photos courtesy of the Macon Telegraph --> Original Article Here Thanksgiving week can be a very peaceful and relaxing time, but for Chad Campbell and his coaching staff, the feel of the holiday is just a bit different. The Peach County head coach has been quite busy gearing up for a showdown with Westminster on Friday ... More

Thanksgiving megablog: Predictions, previews, briefs

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here The opening two rounds have gone as Class AA blogger Adam Krohn predicted. Thanksgiving is fast approaching and with this being a holiday week, I’m combining Tuesday and Thursday’s posts into one megablog, where 1) we’ll go over my ... More

GHSA flips coin to decide (some) home teams for semifinals

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here Same-seeded teams that meet in the semifinals will play at the site of the team placed higher on the bracket, the GHSA announced Tuesday. Per GHSA bylaw 4.39, executive director Robin Hines conducted a “universal” coin toss on Tuesday to ... More

Stratford primed for best game

Article and photos courtesy of the Macon Telegraph --> Original Article Here When asked about the importance of playing football at Stratford Academy, which meets Mount Paran in the round of eight in the GHSA A-Private school state playoffs, defensive end/offensive lineman Sammy Martin gave an answer that really could not have been ... More

Monday basketball scores

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here Monday November, 20 Basketball Scores By Score Atlanta Boys Alpharetta 53, Blessed Trinity 41 Bradwell Institute 62, Woodville-Tompkins 56 Brookwood 59, Winder-Barrow 52 Cambridge 80, Douglass 49 Campbell 65, East Hamilton 50 Cherokee, AL ... More

New crop of seniors has Mary Persons on cusp of another semifinal berth

Article and photos courtesy of the Macon Telegraph --> Original Article Here The senior class at Mary Persons has had a nice view the past four seasons. This year, however, its members are more than spectators. Coming into the season, the Bulldogs knew that a void would have to be filled with the graduation of 36 seniors, one that ... More

GHSA quarterfinals football playoff schedule

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here Class AAAAAAA R1 #2 Tift County at R7 #1 Brookwood R1 #3 Colquitt County at R8 #1 Archer R7 #2 Parkview at R3 #2 McEachern At Large Marietta at R6 #1 North Gwinnett Class AAAAAA R1 #2 Coffee at R7 #1 Alpharetta R6 #2 Allatoona at R4 #1 ... More

Strong start, more tests on the way for St. Pius boys

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here The St. Pius boys could hardly have scripted the opening to their season any better. Win a rivalry game? Check. The Golden Lions downed Blessed Trinity 67-41. Topple a defending state champion? Check. St. Pius smothered Class AAAAAA champ ... More

Five local teams move on to elite 8

Article and photos courtesy of the Macon Telegraph --> Original Article Here Jones County head coach Justin Rogers knew that he would go into Friday night’s football game against Wayne County without quarterback Teldrick Ross but had no idea that he would end up playing almost the entire game without leading rusher Drake Bolus. Bo... More

Gritty fight ends with WR overtime victory

Article and photos courtesy of the Macon Telegraph --> Original Article Here Warner Robins persevered through a hard game against Eagle’s Landing on Friday night in the GHSA 5A playoffs. The Demons won 26-23 in overtime. Eagle’s Landing started the game strong taking an early lead and capitalizing on turnovers. The Demons struck ... More