The high school football season will continue into the second round of the Georgia High School Association playoffs for four local teams.
The day after Thanksgiving isn’t just about the start of Christmas sales and Black Friday — for high school football teams means first-round playoff matchups begin.
Local high school football teams continue to gear up for the final weeks of the season with just one thing in mind — finishing in the top four of their respective regions to earn a spot in the playoffs.
There were some impressive wins and some disappointing losses as teams in the west Georgia area opened the season this past weekend after the season was delayed two weeks by the pandemic.
It's no secret that the 2019 prep football postseason is officially here, and the Rebels of Haralson County are one of the clubs who made the cut for the action this weekend.
Haralson County senior running back Gabe Davis decided to make the most of Senior Night for the Rebels on Friday, rushing 32 times for 186 yards and three touchdowns to lead Haralson County to a convincing 37-13 victory over the visiting Murray County Indians in Tallapoosa Friday night. With…
The Haralson County High School football team bounced back from last week’s disappointing loss to North Murray by hitting the road and cruising to a 28-8 victory over Ringgold on Friday night.
Coming off its first loss of the season in one of the program's biggest games in recent memory, the Haralson County High School football team will try to get back in the win column tonight at Ringgold.
The Haralson County High School football team's hopes for an undefeated season came to an end Friday night as the Rebels fell short to North Murray, 32-15, in a home game at Taylor Memorial Stadium.
Coming into the week at 4-0 for the first time since the program implemented a region schedule in the 1990s, Haralson County head coach Scott Peavey was nervous about how his team would perform under the Friday night lights in Tallapoosa for the first time this fall.
The Carrollton Trojans welcomed cross country teams from across the state to the Carrollton City Schools campus on Saturday to race in the Carrollton Orthopedic Invitational.
Head coach Scott Peavey and the Haralson County Rebels kicked off the 2019 football season on a positive note two weeks ago by hitting the road and collecting a 28-10 victory over Gordon Central in their season opener on Aug. 23.
One week out from its season-opening game on the road against Gordon Central, the Haralson County High School football team will conduct a trial run tonight when it plays host to Greenville in a scrimmage at 7:30 p.m.
The Bowdon High School softball team moved back over .500 on the season by collecting an 8-0 victory over visiting Haralson County High School in an all-local team matchup at Sanders Field on Tuesday.
A dozen minutes after the clock struck 12 a.m. in Tallapoosa on Thursday morning, Archie Eversole's "We Ready" blared through the sound system at Taylor Memorial Stadium.
Head coaches and players from the nine prep football teams in the local area filed into the Carroll County Performing Arts Center on Tuesday night for the inaugural Team SMI Starting Lineup Media Day.
There's no need for a debate to be held in order to pick out which football team will enter the 2019 season as the overwhelming favorites to claim the Region 6-AAA title.
From bench press to power cleans, tire flips, resistant band work and a timed mile run, the Haralson County High School softball team has worked relentlessly this summer to improve on what head coach Kristen Padgett feels led to their downfall during the 2018 season -- endurance.
The fields for the 2019 GHSA baseball state playoffs are officially set, and five local prep clubs will be going dancing in their respective brackets beginning this week.
After nearly two weeks away from the pitch, the Bowdon High School boys' soccer team picked up right where it left off before spring break as it traveled to Tallapoosa on Thursday and collected a 6-1 victory over Haralson County High School.
The Haralson County High School baseball team managed to survive a wild region affair with Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe on Tuesday afternoon, leaving Ralph Hilburn Field with a 10-6 victory in hand.