Playing for a spot in the Region 5-AA Tournament semifinals and a state playoff berth, the Bowdon High School boys' basketball team came out and took care of business by defeating Bremen in a 69-37 decision on Tuesday night.
The offense took some time to get going, but the Bowdon High School girls' basketball team was able to get enough points on the board to outlast Temple in a 32-27 affair on Monday night in the Region 5-AA Tournament’s opening round.
Saturday proved to be a successful, and possibly historic, day for the Bremen High School wrestling team as it hosted the Class AA 'B' Sectional at the Bremen Sports Complex.
The Villa Rica High School boys' basketball team clinched the No. 4 seed for the upcoming Region 5-AAAAA Tournament behind a 67-51 victory at New Manchester on Friday night.
The Temple Middle School boys’ basketball team capped off back-to-back West Georgia Middle School championships courtesy of 72-67 victory over Bremen on Friday night.
Fresh off a tough loss, the Bowdon High School boys' basketball team came out with a purpose Wednesday night to capture a 64-38 region road victory against rival Bremen.
The Bremen High School girls' basketball team earned a third victory over Mount Zion to finish off the head-to-head series this season, but Saturday afternoon's affair certainly wasn't as easy as the 49-32 final would indicate.
Following a two-year rebuilding process, Billy Pollard has the Bremen High School girls' basketball program back where it's accustomed to being — contending for region championships and poised to make some noise on the state level.
The local prep wrestling contingent made a splash on the area scene Saturday to send four squads on to the 2016 GHSA State Dual Wrestling Championships at the Macon Centreplex next weekend, highlighted by a historic berth by the Central High School wrestling team.
Three local high school wrestling teams will join at least five others on Saturday at Lamar County to try and claim one of the top two spots at the Area 2-AA Duals, starting at 9 a.m.
A strong finish to the first quarter and a statement in the third quarter helped the Temple High School boys' basketball team to a 63-36 victory in the Region 5-AA opener against Bremen on Tuesday night.
The Bowdon High School girls' basketball team fought hard for the better part of three quarters, but hit a wall down the stretch of its third-place game at the 40th Annual Hilburn-Patterson Haralson County Invitational Tournament on Wednesday afternoon.
Coming out of the locker room clinging to a one-point advantage, the Mount Zion High School boys' basketball team used a strong third-quarter push to keep its holiday tournament season alive Tuesday afternoon.
Coming off a second-place finish in the Class AA traditional state tournament and bringing back three of its four individual state champions, the Bremen High School wrestling team is eying a return to the top of the podium this season.
Strong guard play and some timely outside shooting helped lead the Bowdon High School girls' basketball team to a 48-27 victory against Mount Zion in Thursday’s opening round of the 2015 SMI Carroll County Christmas Classic at MZ.
In a game that featured a lot of action but not much scoring, the Bremen High School boys' basketball team was able to hold off Haralson County for a 39-35 rivalry victory on Friday night in Tallapoosa.
The Heard County High School boys' basketball team earned a 66-50 home win over Central on Tuesday evening, marking the first victory since 2006 against the Lions and only the Braves' second 'W' in the all-time series.
Allen Newton underwent his first encounter running the Mount Zion High School wrestling team’s annual signature event — this weekend’s 12th Annual Screamin’ Eagle — and the first-year head coach got everything he wanted and more from the experience.
The Georgia High School Association (GHSA) and its Reclassification Committee met in Thomaston on Tuesday to place schools in their regions for the next two-year cycle (2016-18) that begins in the fall of 2016. Here are the listings for local schools:
A big second half and monster fourth quarter from Tye Hill was enough to help the Villa Rica High School boys' basketball team defeat Temple in a 64-37 Carroll County clash on Tuesday night.