MILTON, Ga. — Football returned to Cambridge High School for the first time in nearly 11 months Friday night with the Bears taking on Creekview in their region opening game. Though the teams were deadlocked for two quarters, Creekview left victorious and handed Cambridge (1-2) its second con…
NORTH METRO ATLANTA — Marist became the latest football team to face the cancelation of a second game due to COVID-19 protocols last week.
GEORGIA — The sports landscape has been altered by the coronavirus pandemic, and those impacts will extend to high school basketball in Georgia this year. The Georgia High School Association announced last week it is rolling out a string of safety protocols for the 2020-21 season.
The Milton and Alpharetta softball teams took to the diamond Sept. 23 for a battle between two longtime rivals and newly minted region foes.
Raiders top Cougars by two touchdowns.
The Cougars struck first in the 2020 edition of the rivalry, but in the end, the Raiders came out on top for the ninth consecutive time in the matchup and first in the head coach Jason Kervin era.
Milton and Alpharetta took to the diamond Sept. 23 for a softball battle between two longtime rivals and newly-minted region foes.
MILTON, Ga. — Following a tumultuous offseason and two-week delay to its opener, high school football returned to Fulton County on Sept. 17 with a cross-town battle between Milton and Johns Creek.
FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — There were four quarters and 48 minutes in the game, but ultimately, the result of North Forsyth’s second game of the season came down to a single play.
The outlook for playing a full high school football season in 2020 is still hazy, but no matter what lay ahead, the hopes of at least putting on game uniforms once was met this week with several local schools in action.
High school football had quite the different look at West Forsyth Sept. 2 with the Wolverines taking on Mays in the second game of the 2020 season and the Corky Kell Classic.
Alpharetta High School Football, perhaps more than any other local team, enters a new era in 2020.
The quest to build up St. Francis football took a significant step last year with the Knights compiling a 7-5 record with the program’s second playoff berth and first playoff win.
Last season, North Forsyth sampled a playoff win for first time in 15 years and was a win away from its first region championship in nearly two decades. That experience has left them craving more.
Though Denmark is still sowing the seeds of its program, the Danes have gone through a refresh and revamp heading into 2020. An almost entirely new coaching staff will lead a relatively inexperienced team as it makes its debut in the highest classification in Georgia.
Tommy Watson, Lambert’s new head coach, has kicked off a culture change for the program, emphasizing physical play, stringent work ethic, a focus on team play and competition for each position.
CUMMING, Ga. — While Forsyth Central has been preparing for the 2020 season, discussions have often included last year’s 4-5 finish, a record that, had a few things gone differently, could have included several more wins.
After an 0-10 season, the only way to go is up for Centennial, and they will look to right the ship with a new leader at the helm, former North Atlanta head coach Sean O’Sullivan.
FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — This season will mark Jeff Arnette’s 11th season leading South Forsyth, and he said this team is perhaps the most experienced in his tenure at the school.
NORTH METRO ATLANTA — With school doors locked, spring workouts cancelled and summer conditioning delayed and separated into small groups, 2020 is not the ideal season to begin a head coaching job at a new school. But eight new head coaches will make their debuts this season at North Fulton …
ROSWELL, Ga. — Over the past few seasons, Fellowship Christian has quietly become one of the top Class-A Private teams in the state.
NORTH METRO ATLANTA — The 2020 Georgia high school football season will be historic for a bevy of reasons. While new regions won’t be at the top of the list, they add another intriguing factor to an already compelling season that has yet to kick off.
CUMMING, Ga. — Every high school football team in the state has experienced an unprecedented offseason, but Pinecrest Academy’s has been even more unique as the program prepares to play a different kind of football.
Chattahoochee head coach Mike Malone is hoping and praying for a football season in 2020. The second-year head coach feels this season, if it happens, could be a special one for the Cougars.
Roswell High School football will sport a refreshed look this year with a new head coach, a new region and plenty of new starters.
ROSWELL, Ga. — Blessed Trinity had an incredible run during its time in Class 4A. The Titans racked up 53 wins in just four years with three region championships and three straight state championships from 2017-19. But the incredible ride, at least in the classification, is over, and BT now …
MILTON, Ga. — Optimism is surrounding the King’s Ridge program as the Terry Crowder era begins this season. The state-championship-winning coach brings a bevy of experience to the program still seeking its first winning season, and the excitement for the prospect of success among the Tigers …
The Northview Titans played at a historically high level in 2019, earning their first playoff birth in program history and finishing with their best record ever.
FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — The 2020 season is just as much of a mystery to West Forsyth as any other team, but the Wolverines have additional questions to answer.
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Coming off a season in which it made history multiple times, Johns Creek head coach Matt Helmerich can’t help feeling a bit disappointed.
MILTON, Ga. — When you win a state championship, there’s only two options the following year. You either win another championship, or you take a step back in terms of success.
FULTON COUNTY, Ga. — Fulton County Schools announced Aug. 13 that all fall sports would be postponed until Sept. 14, impacting the cross-country, softball, volleyball and football seasons.
GHSA canceled all football scrimmages and moved back the dates for two other activities. Competition cheer will not begin until November, and one-act play will be delayed until the spring.
Allie Kantor, a rising senior at Blessed Trinity, is back on the golf course, enjoying the sport she loves after undergoing treatment to treat her scoliosis.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic and uncertainty of the season, the shift in Denmark’s opponent in the Corky Kell Classic comes with a string of scheduling alterations to the state’s high school football season.
As summer conditioning for high school athletes continues, sports has taken a back seat to discussions over how and when schools should reopen.
But the head of the state’s high school athletics governing body says if schools are open, sports should be a part of it.
Blessed Trinity graduate CJ Abrams has landed a spot on the San Diego Padres 60-man roster for the truncated 2020 MLB season. The 19-year old was the Padres’ first pick in the 2019 MLB Draft and has already made waves in the minors.