Obviously only four teams can reach the Final Four, so the chance to play in college basketball's semifinals is an exclusive opportunity.
This year's NCAA Basketball Tournament was predicted to be a memorable one, and with just the Final Four left to be played, it has lived up to that expectation.
Typically, I don't get behind the whole Cinderella, upset-special thing of the NCAA Tournament, but this year, I would love to be a tax-paying resident of "Dunk City."
Mark Richt, Nick Saban and other big coaching names will be at the Hilton Garden Inn Millennium Center in College Park for the Georgia Minority Coaches Association Super Friday 2013.
Eastside baseball suffered its first loss of the season to Jackson County Saturday, before picking up revenge in the nightcap of the doubleheader by beating Jefferson.
Girls' basketball in 1963 was a different game for many reasons, but the biggest was the fact that there were 12 players on the court at one time - six players on each of the halves during the entire game.
Point University coach Randy Douglas didn't have many opportunities to see Erin Elmore play due to her injuries, but that didn't matter.
Baseball Keith Buckhault, Eastside – Buckhault had one hit and one run in Cleveland State's 7-5 loss in the nightcap of a doubleheader to Southwest Tennessee Community College Saturday. He had a double and an RBI in the day's first game, a 6-4 CSCC victory. His biggest game of the series came in the opener Friday, with CSCC winning 8-2. Buckhault was 4 for 4 with two doubles and three RBI. Softball Amanda Henderson, Eastside ...
Although none of Newton County's three high school basketball teams were able to get past the first round of the state playoffs, there was plenty of talent to be seen in the gyms of Eastside, Newton and Alcovy.
Realignment brought changes to the area's basketball teams, with Eastside moving to Region 8-AAAA, and Alcovy and Newton jumping up to Region 2-AAAAAA.
The Covington News strives to bring you the sports that affect your every day life, going beyond the latest prep scores and news.
Golf's top players and fans are about to descend on Georgia and Augusta to see the beauty of Augusta National for The Masters. But at The Oaks, golfers and some of the top superintendents in the sport have been descending on the Covington golf course for years.
If you haven't had a chance to talk with someone who has been involved in sports since before you were born, you should do it.
Exercise programs seem to evolve as quickly as the latest social media platform these days with everyone trying to get fitter faster.
Spring Break activities With spring break approaching, Georgia's State Parks and Historic Sites offer 10 ways for families to spend the off week without traveling too far or spending too much money. Here are suggestions posted on gastateparks.org: • Glamping – Families who enjoy being in nature but prefer a soft bed at night can visit Cloudland Canyon, which recently added 10 yurts atop Lookout Mountain. Yurts are a blend between a tent and cabin, ...
National Signing Day, a phenomenon across the state of Georgia, made its way through Newton County with several local football stars committing to their athletic careers at the collegiate level Wednesday.
Another basketball season is coming to an end, and with it, another crop of talented seniors are playing their last games in high school.
After four years of high school football, thousands of student athletes will move on make the first step toward college football today.
Swimming Drew Ellwanger, Eastside - Ellwanger sealed the win in the senior day meet for Gardner-Webb over Davidson, 107-98 on Saturday. The victory-clinching race came in the 100 breaststroke, where Ellwanger won in a time of 58.03. GWU (2-1) got a huge win late in the meet from senior Drew Ellwanger, of Newborn, who sprinted to a win in the 100 breast to seal the meet for the Runnin' Bulldog men. Ellwanger finished the race ...