The second half of my senior year has been anything but what I expected. Though I now know that we will have a graduation and a prom, just later, it has been dismaying to not know, to doubt the possibility.
The Bowdon High School baseball team edged out region rival Mount Zion by score of 5-4 tally in a lively home matchup on Friday night as both teams prepare for a mandatory two-week break due to COVID-19 precautions taken by school officials.
There’s several things that first-year Bowdon High School head football coach Rich Fendley has to take care of before his ballclub opens the 2018 season versus Valwood on Aug. 17.
A trio of traditionally strong prep softball programs are laying the foundation for another chapter of success to their respective history books this fall, and it's all cranking up during the final days of July.
Whether on the field or in the weight room, energy and enthusiasm seemed to be a theme for the new-look Bowdon High School football team throughout the first half of its summer schedule.
Every player up and down the Bowdon High School baseball roster played a major role in the team’s run to the Class A Public final four last month, especially with only 12 guys suiting up in Red and Black by the end of the season.
Todd Eubanks may have already moved on to his new role as the program leader of South Effingham High School in Guyton, but the joys and memories of one of the most successful years of his veteran career still brings a smile to his face.
Jan Fendley finally got the chance to take to the sidelines this week as her Bowdon High School girls’ basketball team hit the courts for its first taste of summer competition.
When former Bowdon High School head baseball coach Todd Eubanks stepped down to accept the same position at South Effingham in late May, the school wasted little time landing his replacement.
A pair of local track and field standouts capped off the spring season in a blaze of glory in the Class A-AAA portion of the GHSA Track and Field State Championships at Hugh Mills Stadium in Albany on Saturday.
Two more local stars were crowned on Day 2 of the GHSA Track and Field State Championships on Friday, bringing the grand total to three thus far at Hugh Mills Stadium in Albany.