The Alcovy Tigers survived the opening day of the Georgia High School Association AAAAAA state softball tournament, splitting their first two contests with visiting North Cobb.
With an extra week to prepare, it's safe to say that the Alcovy varsity football team is eager to hit the field Thursday night against Morrow.
The Alcovy Tigers and Newton Rams begin their quest for state softball titles today in the opening round of the Georgia High School Association Softball AAAAAA state tournament.
The Alcovy Tigers clinched a spot in the Region 2-AAAAAA postseason tournament championship game Wednesday night, defeating rival Newton High 5-1 at home.
Alcovy saw the return of one of its top players and got off the schnide as 2013 gets under way.
For the fourth straight game, the results were the same for Alcovy despite a change in the players.
Rockdale was a great place to see Southeastern Conference basketball Friday night, and you didn't have to travel to a college campus to do so.
The Alcovy girls' basketball team entered 2013 with a bang Friday, defeating visiting Lovejoy 58-19.
Alcovy wrestling welcomed Newton and Eastside to its gym Tuesday by winning the Newton Cup. The Tigers beat Newton 49-23, followed by a 45-33 victory over Score Atlanta's No. sixth-ranked Eagles. After losing to Newton at 106 pounds, Alcovy's Jerry Pike and Hunter Smith picked up pins in 113 and 120, respectively. The Tigers picked up five more pins in their seven wins, including in 182 by Kamari Williams and 285 by Ryan Adams. Williams ...
Newton County's basketball teams had a successful Tuesday as four out of six teams earned victories, including the Alcovy boys, who won their first game of the young season, while the Eastside boys remained undefeated.
Alcovy took on two rivals this weekend and defeated both. After beating Eastside on the road Friday night, Alcovy welcomed Newton Saturday evening, winning 40-25. The two teams showed balanced offensive and defensive attacks in the first half, with Alcovy leading by just one point at intermission. The second half, though, belonged soley to the Tigers (3-2). Senior Ashley Williams led the way, putting her teammates on her back in the final two quarters for ...
The rematch of the 2012 semifinal game between Alcovy and Miller Grove didn't go exactly how the Lady Tigers wanted Saturday.
It may be just the third game on the schedule, but for Alcovy's girls basketball team, revenge is on the docket.
In the eighth grade, Ashley Williams understood situations and making moves that Alcovy coach Kidada Holtzclaw was trying to get her Lady Tigers to make during high school practices.
The Alcovy High School football team may have been a decisive underdog in its Class AAAAAA first round state matchup at Newnan, but one thing was clear, the Tigers were determined to leave it all on the Drake Stadium field in the 38-0 season ending loss.
In its seventh year of existence, Alcovy is headed to the state football playoffs for the third time today, looking for its ever playoff win.
Alcovy finished up the regular season Friday night, and thanks to earning a playoff berth Nov. 2 has one more game to recover.
Sometimes you don't need to finish first to be winners and Alcovy's competitive cheerleading team proved that Saturday.
Alcovy did its part last week, now it will look to matchup against Lovejoy and await Druid Hills and Rockdale to determine its fate.