Preview of the 6A boys state championship race on Friday.
Articles with Rome High School
Here are the Georgia HS Girls Who Won the Week in Field Events for Week 3. pictured is Lashanti Williams
Decatur Boys and McIntosh Girls are huge favorites to capture the team titles in 5A.
The 17th Annual Coach Wood Invitational was a terrific meet to wrap up the regular season. Photos by Dan McCauley
MileSplit GA will be onsite at the Pickens Preview HS/MS meet this Saturday.
The 5A girls appears to be a battle of recent powers again with McIntosh looking to turn the tables.
Here are the GA HS Boys 'Who Won the Week' ending 2/24. pictured is Kyle Poole of North Oconee who is seen signing his NLI with Kennesaw State.
Riverside Military had another successful Indoor meet this Saturday with the Pole Vault taking center stage literally. (file photo)
Here are the AAAAA Girls pre-season rankings and preview. Union Grove is going to be tough to beat this Fall.
The Region 7 AAAAA Championship will be held in soaked Boling Park on Wednesday afternoon.
Dunwoody retained their top ranking by going 19:54 at Hare & Hounds (Foot Locker course) Union grove continued to ascend up the ladder to 2nd after placing a strong 2nd at Coach Daley behind West Forsyth. Creekview rose 2 spots after a solid race at Warpath. Columbus breaks into the rankings for the first time this Fall after being on the 'Watch List'
Dunwoody has a hold on #1 after perhaps their strongest race of the Fall at Coach Benson placing 5th Overall in a strong field. Flowery Branch was the top 5A squad at Carrollton. #3 Union Grove was off as well as #7 Northgate. Rome burst into the top 10...
Here are the first 5A Girls Team Rankings of the season week ending 9/6. Dunwoody ran up to expectations and remains on top from their pre-season ranking. McIntosh shot all the way up to 2nd after their BOA performance.
In only its 2nd year, The Furman Classic, run on the golf course at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina, hosted over 20 large and small colleges from around the southeast as well as over 20 high schools from Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. Having lengthened the loop course to compensate for the questionably “short track” last year (but still maintaining the log and hay bale jumps), this year’s races were run in the haze and humidity that has become prevalent this time of year. Nevertheless, strong times were turned in by the leading runners. And the Georgia teams fared very well against some stiff Southeastern competition.
In the final National Junior Olympics meet of the 2014 Outdoor season 5 Georgia track stars earned Gold medals at the AAU JO held in Des Moines, Iowa. Not as many made the long 900 mile trip with school beginning for most this week as made the trk to Texas for the USATF JO. Carson Dingler set a new AAU 15-16 age meet record clearing 12-7....