964 results for tag: GHSA

Tennis Blog: State playoffs begin Monday

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here The state playoffs will begin with its First Round playoff window, which starts on Monday, April 15 and closes on Wednesday, April 17 for Class AA-AAAAAAA. This year’s playoff windows are especially important following the ... More

High expectations return to Marietta football after disappointing 2018 season

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here Returning most of its star power from a 2017 state quarterfinal team, Marietta began the 2018 season ranked in the top 25 nationally of multiple national polls and No. 1 in Georgia’s Class AAAAAAA. Things didn’t go so ... More

Propst admits financial struggles, denies misconduct in more detail

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here Former Colquitt County football coach Rush Propst, fired March 14 by his school board, defended himself a second time in two weeks on Friday afternoon, releasing another statement calling accusations against him ‘’misleading ... More

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

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

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

Boys soccer blog: Hapeville Charter’s fast start in debut season has community excited about the beautiful game

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here Hapeville Charter’s boys soccer program is in its infancy, yet it already is making waves throughout the community, the student body and the coaching staff that oversees the athletic operations. The Hapeville Charter community has ... More

Lacrosse in brief: Week 2

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here Welcome to the first weekly briefing of GHSA lacrosse for the 2019 season. The latest AJC rankings, which were released Thursday, have Lambert in 6A-7A and Lovett in A-5A as the No. 1 teams on the boys’ side while Milton ... More

Semifinals recap: Hart County tradition awakens; most No. 1 teams get through

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here Harry Marsh, a 600-game winner, knows a little about Hart County basketball history. Marsh was the coach of the boys team that won Class AAA in 1986. He was still there when Hart County’s girls won a record six straight ... More

GHSA Class A-Public semifinals from Valdosta State University

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here Class A-Public: Marion County, Calhoun County girls and Calhoun County, Treutlen boys advanced to the state title game: By: Graham David Valdosta State University - The Marion County and Calhoun County girls teams and the ... More