By the time the Alcovy football team's freshman-to-be get through with coach Chris Edgar this week, he'll be expecting the current eighth graders ...
CONYERS, Ga. - The Alcovy baseball team fell to region foe Heritage High School 3-1 Friday night in their first of a three game series that ...
The Alcovy girls tennis team throttled Grovetown 4-1 Tuesday, allowing the Lady Tigers to advance to Wednesday's region semifinals against Greenbrier, but more importantly ...
COVINGTON, Ga. - To an outsider looking in, it might have appeared that Alcovy girls soccer coach Chris Ubriaco had momentarily lost control of his team.
Alcovy soccer player Mackenzie Rowland signed with Truett McConnell this past Thursday, choosing it over Shaw University and Young Harris.
COVINGTON, Ga. - Despite the some strong second half play - particularly on defense - and an impressive showing from sophomore Kaliya Eutsey, the Alcovy girls soccer team ...
CONYERS – The Alcovy Boys Varsity soccer team was looking for an upset against a top region opponent in Heritage-Conyers last Friday. However, the explosiveness of ...
Chalk up two more pieces of proof that Alcovy football is on the rise.
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Anthony Jackson has a vision for Alcovy High School track and field.
If Alcovy football coach Chris Edgar has his way, Friday's signing day ceremony will soon need a bigger home.
Alcovy's Donovan Terrell picked up Most Outstanding Wrestler of the year honors in Region 3-AAAAAA this week.
Devon Edwards looked sharp as he stood to give his speech during the Duke Blue Devils' 2016 team banquet.
When Alcovy football coach Chris Edgar was notified of his selection of The Covington News 2016 Football Coach of the Year, he actually tried to decline.
Alcovy Tigers coach Chris Edgar got to put a nice, neat bow on the 2016 football season during Monday's year-end football award banquet, where he doled out team awards to 11 different Alcovy athletes.
When William Wells started talking about his Alcovy wrestling team after the Newton Cup last Tuesday, his lip began to quiver. Then his voice followed suit.
For the Alcovy Tigers, there was more at stake during this past Tuesday's Newton Cup action than simply trying to repeat as champion.
Just a little more than a week ago, Independence, KS. wasn't on Kyrese Knox's map. But apparently, Knox was definitely on there's.
If you happen to take a trip to the Porter Auditorium this coming weekend and you see a familiar local football coach donning a wig and full face of makeup, don't blink or rub your eyes - you saw correctly.
When Alcovy coach Justin Hunter looks back on his team's 42-34 loss to Salem on Tuesday night, he may be tempted to ask the "what if" question a few times.
The Alcovy Tigers football team saw more proof of progress when first year head coach Chris Edgar took a peak at the All-Region 3-AAAAAA team rosters.
Chris Edgar figured he might as well take a shot.
The Alcovy Tigers dropped their third straight contest Saturday, losing 37-6 to Lakeside-Evans in a penalty-filled Region 3-AAAAAA battle at Homer Sharp Stadium.
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