Golf


Classic race is Oct. 21

Article & photos courtesy of The Citizen --> Original Article Here The Peachtree City Running Club has announced that its 37th annual Classic road race is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 21. The club’s new race director is Rachel Johnson, taking over from George Martin who served in that position for the past nine years. The PTC ... More

Jenkins new head coach Jason Cameron looking to build on ‘Glory Days’

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here Jenkins’ new head coach Jason Cameron has a lot to look forward to in his first season at the helm of a high school football program. The 31-year old Cameron has been a fixture at Jenkins for six years and has run the offense for five of them. ... More

Reach, Gillespie among 18 new coaches in Class AAA

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here (Jason Getz / AJC) GHSF Daily is chronicling the many coaching changes in the offseason. We continue today with Class AAA. Number of hires: 18 Best hire: Rance Gillespie, Hart County Hardest to replace: Tony Welch, Savannah Best job: Hart ... More

Coffee shines at golf tourney

Article & photos courtesy of The Citizen --> Original Article Here Connor Coffee of Peachtree City, a rising sophomore at Kennesaw State University, placed second out of 144 players in the recent Georgia Amateur Championship. He shot scores of 69-69-65-66 for a total of 15 under par. The tournament was held at West Lake Golf Club ... More

Bachkosky wins Fla. golf tourney

Article & photos courtesy of The Citizen --> Original Article Here Kyle Bachkosky of Peachtree City, GA won the boys 11-13 championship at the Hurricane Junior Gold Tour’s Summer Classic the last weekend of June at the Eagle Creek golf course in Lake Nona, Fla. Bachkosky finished with a two-day total of 142 (74-68) for a ... More

State championships and close calls, Middle Georgia’s best of 2016-17

Article and photos courtesy of the Macon Telegraph --> Original Article Here As we finished off the All-Middle Georgia individual honors for the 2016-17 school year last week, we wanted to look back at the top teams from the area for the past school year. It was a terrific year for teams in Middle Georgia with several state champion... More

Northside’s John Wharton a standout on court and in the classroom

Article and photos courtesy of the Macon Telegraph --> Original Article Here A great tennis player wins a lot. A great student has a superb grade point average. John Wharton is both. The Northside graduate finished his tennis career without a loss, four years of varsity tennis without an L. And when graduation rolled ... More

Freedman sterling again for Stratford girls tennis program

Article and photos courtesy of the Macon Telegraph --> Original Article Here It’s safe to say that tennis is a way of life for Stratford’s Eliza Freedman. And the Eagles standout continues to soak in the enjoyment of playing the sport and coming through with results at a high level. Freedman, who has played tennis since ... More

Hanson, FPD cap special year with championship

Article and photos courtesy of the Macon Telegraph --> Original Article Here Wesley Hanson had a feeling that this could be a special year for the FPD golf team. The Vikings were coming off of a second-place finish in the GHSA Class 1A private school tournament in 2016, and the goal for 2017 was to bring home a state championshi... More

Rutland’s Pyon showed poise in winning another state title

Article and photos courtesy of the Macon Telegraph --> Original Article Here Carol Pyon did not have a good start in this year’s GHSA Class 3A girls golf tournament. The junior from Rutland was at 4 over after the first five holes and ended her front nine at 5 over. At one time on the front nine, she was eight strokes behind the ... More