Head coach Bruce Mullen enters his 12th season at Northeast.
Steven Simpson is entering his third year as head coach of the Bulldogs.
Here are the scores from August 21, 2015
The Ashley Harden era begins at Twiggs County with a team that finished 1-9 in 2014.
A non-regional schedule in 2014 helped the Eagles toward a winning season.
The Baldwin Braves finished 2014 with a record of 7-5.
2015 will mark Shedrick Risper's seventh season as head coach of the Seminoles.
This will be the beginning of Von Lassiter's third year as head coach of the Bears football team.
Head coach Ronnie Jones talks about his team's upcoming season, as they try to defend their state title.
Head coach Keith Hatcher begins his second season with the school.
It'll be the start of Joe Dupree's third season on the sidelines for Southwest.
In his 16th year as head coach of FPD, Greg Moore wants his team to improve on last season's 7-4 record.
The Chargers under head coach Jesse Hicks finished in 2014 with a record of 5-6.
The Demons finished with a record of 6-5 in 2014 after falling in the first round of the playoffs.
In five seasons with the John Milledge Trojans, head coach J.T. Wall has a amassed a record of 41-9.
Head coach Clint Morgan has a combined 18-5 record in his first two seasons with Tattnall.
The Warriors are coming off of two consecutive losing seasons.
The Eagles were state champions last year and are aiming to make it two in a row.
The Bulldogs are coming off of back-to-back 4-6 seasons.
The Hurricanes want to improve on a lackluster 3-7 record from 2014.
Head coach Mark Ledford and the Wilcox County Patriots are ready to put the disappointment of 2014 behind them.
The Greyhounds know that duplicating their impressive 2014 season won't be an easy feat.
Coach David Bruce's team finished with only 3 wins last season.
The Fighting Irish of Dublin hope to improve on their 6-5 2014 season.
After a disappointing loss to end their 2014 season, the Peach County Trojans are looking ahead to a successful 2015.
After winning two games in 2013, then three last year, Coach Barney Hester of the Howard Huskies feels it's now time to make an even further leap ahead for 2015.
The Dooly County Bobcats have enjoyed five straight winning seasons. Now they want to continue that streak for 2015.
After winning five games a year after winning none, the Windsor Knights are ready to continue onward and upward in 2015.
Coach Brian Nelson from Mary Persons joins Bill Shanks on the latest edition of Coach's Corner.
Elijah Mitchell is fulfilling his mother's wish. She passed away in 2011.
About a dozen Vikings gave back to their community Wednesday.
Allisha Gray was the team's leading scorer in her sophomore season.
The Windsor Knights are in the GISA AA title series this weekend in Monticello.
Rutland High School's De'ja Goodine will run track in college.
Intensity Athletics is all about unfinished business this year.
The Jones County Greyhounds dropped a doubleheader at Gainesville.
Veterans baseball fell to Whitewater Monday.
The Stratford boys soccer team lost 3-0 Saturday.
Baseball and soccer playoffs continue.
The Vikings will play a third game Tuesday at 2 p.m.
Rutland senior Destiny White will play college basketball.
Scores and highlights from Wednesday's baseball and soccer games.
Trinity Christian-Dublin boys dominate in AAA, Brentwood girls dominate in AA.
Scores from Tuesday's Sweet 16 matches.
Scores and highlights from Thursday's games.
Scores from Wednesday.
Four middle Georgia girls teams were in action Tuesday.
The Tattnall Square Trojans are 10-0 after a 12-0 win Thursday.
The annual Middle Georgia All-Star Weekend is this weekend at Northside High School.
The Houston County Sharks beat the Gwinnett Heat Friday in the state championship game.