The Jones County Greyhounds' new coach Justin Rogers sits down with Bill Shanks in this edition of Coaches' Corner.
On this edition of Coaches' Corner, Bill Shanks sits down with the head coach of the Rutland Hurricanes football team, George Collins.
In this edition of the Coaches' Corner, Bill Shanks talks with Clint Morgan, second-year head coach of the Tattnall Trojans.
Bill Shanks catches up with Joel Ingram, head coach of the Washington County Golden Hawks, in this episode of the Coaches' Corner.
On this edition of Coaches' Corner, Bill Shanks sits down with Mary Persons head football coach Brian Nelson.
Bill Shanks talks with the head coach of the Peach County Trojans, Chad Campbell.
Bill Shanks interviews head football coach of John Milledge Academy, J.T. Wall, to discuss the upcoming 2014 season.
Bill Shanks sits down with Howard Huskies' head coach Barney Hester.
Bill Shanks talks with David Bruce, head coach of the Veterans Warhawks.
Bill Shanks sits down with Bryan Way, head football coach of the Warner Robins Demons.
The End Zone's Bill Shanks talks with Von Lassiter, the head football coach of the Houston County Bears.
The FPD girls basketball program announced several changes on Thursday, July 10 in a team meeting, as Charley Chase announced his intention to step down and John Griffin was appointed as head coach.
Bill Shanks talks with Westfield's head football coach Ronnie Jones about the Hornets' upcoming season.
On this season's first episode of Coaches' Corner, The End Zone host Bill Shanks talks with Taylor County's Chris Kirksey.
Dexter Copeland is back at Twiggs County after four seasons in Milledgeville.
Tattnall Square Academy beat Tiftarea in two games over the weekend to claim its third straight baseball title. TSA leaves the GISA now for the GHSA.
A state championship is something most high school players only dream of. But at Tattnall lately, if you haven't won a state title, you're underachieving.
In a decisive Game 3 Tuesday in Fayetteville, the Bears went down 3-0 early but came back to win 8-6.
Houston County split with Whitewater Monday to force a decisive Game 3 Tuesday afternoon
Houston County's baseball team will face Whitewater Monday in Fayetteville. Games 1 and 2 are set for Monday. Game 3, if needed, is Tuesday.
Veterans ended its season with two losses in the GHSA semifinals Monday at home.
FPD has named Holly Scott as its next head girls cross country coach, announced Friday, May 16 in a team meeting.
Northside's Ja-Que' Billingsley has always dreamed of playing college football.
Sarah Conort has been selected as the next head varsity volleyball coach, announced Thursday, May 15 in a team meeting.
FPD is going to the Class A state title game, and Veterans is going to the Class AAAA state title game.
Houston County and Veterans both advance to the GHSA Final Four in their respective classes.
Rutland's Warren Cain will wrestle for Ferrum College in Virginia.
Middle Georgia soccer scores from Wednesday, April 30.
Stratford Academy's boys soccer team will host Augusta Prep at 7:30 Wednesday. The Eagles won the 2013 state championship.
A team of Peach County School students can tear down an engine and rebuild it in less than half an hour.
Bibb County Schools' interim superintendent Dr. Steve Smith served as a teacher, coach and principal at Central High School from 1982-2000.
Howard's Celia Dann signed with Berry College Wednesday.
Dr. E. Steven Smith will be honored Wednesday at Central High School.
Stratford senior Katie Stone becomes the third Eagle this year to sign with the University of Georgia.
Emily Osborn signs with Southern Union State Community College in Alabama.
Peach County senior baseball player Grant Perry signs with LaGrange College.
Rutland high seniors Quinton Jones and Randall Grier sign Thursday to play football at North Georgia Sports Academy.
The Hurricanes' TyAsia Grayer is living her dream. She recently signed a letter of intent to play college basketball at Middle Georgia State College.
Dublin High School is proud to celebrate three seniors who will be continuing their stellar athletic careers in college.
The Jones County School Board unanimously approved Justin Rogers, former Griffin High School assistant head coach and offensive coordinator, as its next head football coach at its meeting Tuesday night.
Both the boys and girls teams have been extremely successful since the school opened in 2010, but they could use some better facilities.