Alcovy senior catcher Morgan Beshears will continue her softball career next season with the University of North Georgia.
The Newton Rams and Alcovy Tigers begin their postseason journeys this week, kicking off Week 11 football action this Friday.
The Alcovy Tigers fell in a 27-8 heartbreaker Friday night to Lovejoy, coming up just short of the program's first region championship at Sharp Stadium.
For his efforts on the gridiron last week, Alcovy defensive end Curtiss Benton has been named the Alcovy Athlete of the Week.
The Alcovy Tigers have a chance tonight to post their best regular-season record in school history.
Alcovy High senior Jaylin Penny didn't plan on becoming a wide receiver.
Many celebrated Halloween on Thursday, but Alcovy defensive end Curtiss Benton handed out the treats for the Tigers, and the tricks for the Rockdale County Friday night at Reid Stadium in the Tigers' 22-7 region victory over the Bulldogs.
For his efforts against Druid Hills last week, Alcovy High wide receiver D'Anthony Bell has been named the Tigers' Athlete of the Week.
Playoff positioning is still unsettled in the Region 2-AAAAAA, as Alcovy and Newton will decide who grabs the No. 2 and No. 3 spots in the region next week.
Entering the ninth week of its season, the Alcovy High varsity football team holds its fate in its hands.
After leading the Tigers with three hits in their second round series against Newnan, Alcovy sophomore Raven Smith has been named the Tigers' Athlete of the Week.
The Alcovy Tigers didn't pass much Thursday night at Sharp Stadium against the Druid Hills Red Devils, but when they did put the ball in the air, it seemed to find the hands of junior D'Anthony Bell.
Despite winning a regular season regional title and a regional tournament championship, the Alcovy varsity softball team saw its ultimate goal fall just out of reach Wednesday night at home, as the Tigers fell in straight games to the Newnan Cougars to end their 2013 season.
The Eastside Eagles and Alcovy Tigers begin the second round of the Georgia High School Association softball state playoffs today.
A season ago, the Alcovy High varsity football team posted a big win against Morrow.
Alcovy won a heated cross-town matchup on Wednesday, but did so in dramatic fashion. The Tigers edged Eastside 2-1, taking eight innings to do so.
Football season in Newton County kicks off Thursday as Alcovy officially begins the 2012 season by hosting Jones County at Sharp Stadium at 7:30 p.m.
After playing its first nine games without a loss, Alcovy fell for the second time in three contests Tuesday, losing 6-1 to Ola on Tuesday.
On Saturday Alcovy softball did something it hadn't done all season, and on Wednesday it did something it hadn't done since coach Monica Marks took over the program five years ago.
Alcovy may have lost its preseason exhibition game 13-10 to Dunwoody Friday night, but that didn't lower Tigers' coach Kirk Hoffman's satisfaction with what he saw.
Alcovy played its third game in just two days on Thursday, but looking at the scoreboard and the stat sheet, you wouldn't know it.
The 2012 football season is so close you can practically hear the cheers and whistles coming from Sharp Stadium.
The 2012-13 school year not only brings a new season for Alcovy softball, but also a new region.
With Meagan Tucker having amassed the most impressive statistics in the history of Alcovy girls' basketball, it's safe to say her coach Kidada Holtzclaw has significant influence over her game.
Alcovy has already began the work to follow up a historical season. The boys' basketball team recently concluded a 33-game summer league schedule which left coach Eugene Brown pleased with the Tigers' progress. The summer is a good time for coaches to get a look at the rising sophomores and juniors who will be called on to contribute more in the upcoming season, and for Brown, he was able to focus even more attention to ...
The Alcovy girls' basketball team followed a great 2011-12 season with a great 2012 summer. The Lady Tiger recently finished up an approximate 30-game stretch, which saw them compete in various summer camps and leagues.
Gabrielle Sherwood was intent on having her last basketball game be in the Georgia Class AAAA Final Four.
Alcovy's last season in Region 3-AAAA came to an end Wednesday in the region playoffs. The Tigers (13-12, 8-6) were swept by Whitewater, losing 4-2 in the opener of a doubleheader and 12-2 in the nightcap. It was the second and third time in five games Alcovy faced the second seed from subregion B with the first meeting going in the win column for the Tigers. Alcovy beat Whitewater 10-9 in eight innings on April ...
It's been taking Alcovy a little longer, but the results have been consistent in the final games of the 2012 regular season - wins.
Lightning didn't stop Morgan Edelman, Sage Fuller and the Alcovy soccer team Friday night as it routed Newton 6-1.