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High School Sports
Friday, May 17, 2013
Monday, May 13, 2013
The three-day state meet concluded Saturday in Albany.
Athletes in 10 events who represented Cobb, Douglas and Paulding schools brought back first-place medals from the Georgia High School Association girls state track and field championships in Albany. Two teams also peformed well in the event, which ran from Thursday through Saturday, as Kell High School finished second in the Class 5A meet and Marietta came in third in Class 6A. Kell's Kendell Williams closed out her illustrious career with three titles, winning the 5A high jump, long jump and 100-meter hurdles. She earned 11 crowns in her high school career, and on Friday broke her own state record in the long jump. Marietta's Jenessa Jackson won the Class 6A shot put and was second in the discus throw, while an all-Cobb trio swept the …
Friday, May 10, 2013
Wednesday was another busy day of state playoff action for teams from Cobb, Douglas and Paulding schools.
The following scores are results from Wednesday's action involving Cobb, Douglas and Paulding teams in Georgia High School Association state playoffs: BASEBALL 2ND ROUND Class 6A Class 5A Class 3A Class 1A Private Schools BOYS SOCCER 2ND ROUND Class 6A Class 5A Class 4A Class 3A Class 1A BOYS LACROSSE 1ST ROUND Class 6A Class 1A-5A GIRLS LACROSSE 1ST ROUND Class 1A-5A BOYS TENNIS SEMIFINALS Class 5A
Friday, May 3, 2013
McEachern is ranked No. 1 as the state tournament begins today, and Walton and Marietta also are contenders.
A total of 15 teams from high schools in Cobb, Douglas and Paulding—six of them ranked—have qualified for the Georgia High School Association baseball tournament, which begins Friday on school sites throughout the state. Three games in Class AAAAAA will be in Cobb, which boasts three teams in the Top 10. One of the biggest surprises of the season is No. 1 McEachern, which plays host to Tift County. The Indians (22-4) have been thriving under first-year coach Dan Torrenti, a former McEachern player. Also playing at home is No. 4 Walton (19-7), which will be facing South Gwinnett, and No. 6 Marietta (19-7), which is playing host to Camden County. West Cobb's other high schools will be on the road as Harrison travels to Colquitt County and …
Thursday, May 2, 2013
No. 1 Lassiter went out in the first round, but Harrison, North Cobb, Allatoona, Campbell and Pope advanced Wednesday.
The teams rated as the favorite in the Georgia High School Association Class AAAAAA boys soccer tournament has been knocked off. No. 1 Lassiter, which had been undefeated and untied and had shut out 11 opponents, fell to South Gwinnett 2-1 at home Wednesday night. The Comets scored a goal with two minutes to play to register the upset. The Trojans, who were ranked third in a national high school poll, ended their season with a 16-1-0 record. Not far away in East Cobb, unranked Walton fell behind 2-0 to Central Gwinnett and could not recover, also losing by a 2-1 score. The Campbell boys had a far better outcome, rolling to an easy 5-2 win at home against Camden County. As the MDJ reports, the Spartans scored four goals in their first 10 …
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Harrison, Walton, Lassiter, Pope and Hillgrove were among the first-round winners Tuesday.
Some of the Cobb-based favorites in the Georgia High School Class AAAAAA girls soccer tournament easily won their first round games on Tuesday. No. 1 Harrison had the easiest time of all, thumping Valdosta 10-0. The Lady Hoyas will play at home again next Tuesday against East Coweta. Lassiter, Walton and Hillgrove also shut out their first-round opponents. The Lady Trojans got both goals from Breanne Thompson in a 2-0 win over Grayson, while the Lady Raiders downed Dacula 3-0. Hillgrove also won by a 3-0 score over Camden County. More on those games from The Marietta Daily Journal. Next Tuesday, Walton plays host to South Forsyth, Lassiter is at home against North Gwinnett and Hillgrove travels to Newnan. Douglas County, which defeated …
A total of 13 girls teams and 18 boys teams from Cobb, Douglas and Paulding qualified for state tournaments.
The Georgia High School Association's state soccer playoffs are underway, and teams from Cobb, Douglas and Paulding make up a significant number of teams in the field. Teams from Cobb were ranked No. 1 in the latest Class AAAAAA polls -- the Lassiter boys and the Harrison girls -- but several others are considered contenders for state championships as well. Girls action got underway on Tuesday as Harrison, winners of 13 games in a row, was playing host to Valdosta. Other Class AAAAAA games on Tuesday included the following: Here's the full bracket. The Class AAAAA tournament also started Tuesday, with North Atlanta at Pope, Gainesville at No. 4 North Paulding and Heritage-Conyers at Allatoona. In Class AAAA, No. 9 Alexander is home against…
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
See where the county's top athletes are headed to continue their college careers.
Wednesday is National Signing Day, when high school athletes in football and other sports sign college scholarship offers. We'll be updating this article for the rest of the day and into Thursday, so if you'd like to share information, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. If you'd like to share photos, please click the "Upload Photos and Videos" button next to this article. Please identify the persons in the photo, and make sure to provide the proper photo credit. Six football players at Campbell High School signed scholarship letters today, including Josh Miller (pictured in the main photo), who is headed for West Georgia Tech: At Northeast Cobb's Lassiter High School, senior student athletes signed national letters of intent with top …
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Upload an announcement or post photos on Smyrna-Vinings Patch.
Wednesday is national signing day, that annual tradition when top high school athletes reveal their college picks. With your help, Smyrna-Vinings Patch wants to capture the moment when they announce their college destinations. You have a couple of options: Let the national signing day frenzy begin.