In case you missed it, Eastside topped Alcovy 5-4 in an early evening matchup that showcased talent on both teams, but also shed a light on areas of improvement. We break down the strengths and weaknesses for both teams as of right now.
There's always something special about your first love. You never forget that first one – whether it lasts or not. Micah Williams Jr.'s first love was basketball. He even played for Newton High School for a while before transferring over to Alcovy.
As the clock struck 12 a.m. on Saturday it was finally time for the gridiron gladiators of Alcovy High School football to put on their armor and practice – so they did. After midnight, the madness ensued. For the first time since spring, the Tigers were back in action.
To say the Alcovy basketball program has been in a flux for the past couple years would be an understatement. Now with a new coach in Duane Kelley, the program could finally be headed in the right direction. In our Q&A with Kelley, he speaks on summer workouts, his style of play and getting the program to the state playoffs.
Brianna Archer was grinning from ear to ear – with her mother sharing a similar smile sitting on Brianna's right – as she sat in front of Alcovy High School's championship trophies for her signing with Brenau University.
The Kennesaw Mountain varsity baseball team scored early and often as it swept a doubleheader from the Alcovy Tigers and advanced to the second round of the Class-AAAAAA state baseball playoffs Friday night.
The Alcovy Lady Tigers varsity soccer team put up a good fight in their Class AAAAAA state playoff opener, but the Kennesaw Mountain Lady Mustangs were just too much for the Lady Tigers as they defeated Alcovy 8-0 Wednesday at Kennesaw Mountain.
The Alcovy High School varsity boys soccer team's 2014 season came to a close Tuesday afternoon on the road in the first round of the Class AAAAAA Georgia High School Association state playoffs, as the Tigers fell to host Campbell 5-0.