The Georgia Department of Education recently announced the 2021 Georgia Scholar’s List, and three Carroll County students are on it: Dylan Camp and Joshua Mitchell from Temple High School and Jerrick White from Villa Rica High School.
Like so many student-athletes, Temple High’s Daiyanna Cooper had to play a waiting game in 2020. She was even on her way to New York for a major track and field competition the infamous weekend of March 13 when she and her family were told to stay put in Georgia.
Right: Pictured, from left, are Temple High School football seniors Scooter Tanner (University of the Cumberlands), Wyatt Bixler (Berry College), Justin Isler (Appalachian State), Ty Brown (University of the Cumberlands), Phillip Johnson (Army) and Deagtrick Cook (University of the Cumberlan…
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.
As a whole, I am fortunate enough to say this virus and quarantine has not affected me to the extent that it may have affected others and my prayers go out to those families and individuals that have been largely impacted. Life has not been extremely different for my family; my dad is still …
The Temple High School boys’ basketball team punched its ticket into the Class AA big dance late Tuesday evening behind a dominant effort in a 78-41 victory over Lamar County in the quarterfinal round of the Region 5-AA Tournament.
The Bremen High School girls’ basketball team went on the road Tuesday and spoiled Temple High School’s Senior Night festivities by rolling to a 52-28 victory over the Lady Tigers.
The second round of the SMI Carroll County Holiday Classic kicked off Friday night at Temple High School, where a 5-4 Mount Zion High School girls’ basketball club took on the 9-3 Lithia Springs Lady Lions, and things got off to a slow start for the Lady Eagles.
Having the right pieces in place to take a step toward returning to its winning ways after the Temple High School boys' basketball club ended last season with the lowest win total in five years, the Tigers are rolling into the 2019-20 basketball season with a healthy core of upperclassmen af…
A year removed from winning 14 games and recording its first winning season since 2010-11, the Temple High School girls’ basketball team fell to 1-4 with a 55-21 loss to Pepperell at home Saturday afternoon.
A battle for the last playoff spot out of Region 5-AA is set to take place this Friday, Nov. 8, in Barnesville as the Temple Tigers will face the Lamar County Trojans in the final regular season game of the 2019 football season.
The Temple High School football team will try to put a stop to its slow start in Region 5-AA play tonight when it welcomes Spencer to Rogers Stadium for the penultimate game of the regular season.
The Temple Tigers will try to end a two-game losing skid this Friday when they host the Jordan Red Jackets in the second Region 5-AA test of their 2019 football season.
If it’s true that nothing good can last forever, then perhaps it was only a matter of time before the Temple High School football team’s unbeaten streak to start off the season came to an end.
The Temple Tigers, winners of but one game a season ago, entered Friday night’s home game against the Northwest Whitfield Bruins with a chance to quadruple that win total only four games into the 2019 season.
The Temple Tigers continued to roll right along early on in the 2019 football season Friday night by collecting their second win of the year against the Kendrick Cherokees.
Temple opened up the 2019 football season in dominant fashion last week by hosting Putnam County at Rogers Stadium and using a strong rushing attack to cruise to a 55-21 victory.
The Temple High School softball team hosted a Region 5-AA game against Callaway on Tuesday and suffered a 9-2 defeat to give the Lady Tigers their third region loss of the year.
Head coach Scotty Ward and the Temple High School football team jumpstarted their 2019 season last Friday by competing in a scrimmage on the road against Pepperell High School.