Alcovy High School celebrated the signing of two student athletes Wednesday, both former Tigers' basketball players, and one a future collegiate hoopster and another a future collegiate softball player.
VALDOSTA - Cory Pope gave the Lowndes Vikings everything they needed in game one of Wednesday's doubleheader against the Alcovy Tigers.
VALDOSTA - Cory Pope gave the Lowndes Vikings everything they needed in game one of Wednesday's doubleheader against the Alcovy Tigers. Then in game two, Lowndes' offense came alive and provided plenty of support as the Vikings swept Alcovy 2-0 and 8-1 in the second round of the Class AAAAAA state playoffs at Noel George Field.
Alcovy baseball coach Casey Bates knew pitching would be key to his team's success in the Class AAAAAA playoffs, and the Tigers validated that claim in a two-game sweep of visiting Westlake Friday.
Alcovy boys' soccer had a bittersweet ending to its 2013 season Wednesday.
The Alcovy girls soccer team lost a heartbreaker in the opening round of the state playoffs, falling 1-1 (3-2) in penalty kicks to Douglas County Tuesday night.
Alcovy baseball finished the 2013 regular season with three straight wins, and it isn't finished yet.
The Alcovy boys' golf team is not only Region 2-AAAAAA champions, but it is also headed to the state tournament.
Alcovy boys' tennis finished second in Region 2-AAAAAA, garnering the right to host a state playoff match.
Alcovy's Jake Jones threw a no-hitter to lead Alcovy to a region win over crosstown rival Newton Tuesday, pushing the Tigers into first place in Region 2-AAAAAA.
Rysan Richardson signed a letter of intent with Point University at Alcovy Tuesday.
Rysen Richardsons' two goals helped Alcovy sweep Newton in Region 2-AAAAAA soccer action Friday night.
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With two games in the books, Alcovy is still searching for its first win of the 2011 season. If the Tigers are going to break through tonight, they'll have to knock off one of the state's best in Class AAAA, when they take on Starr's Mill at 7:30 at Sharp Stadium.
Alcovy volleyball dismantled Salem in two games Thursday to pick up its second win of the week. The Lady Tigers won both games 25-12 to defeat the Lady Salem Seminoles for the second time this year.
After a long offseason to mull over what went down in 2010, the more than 400 high schools throughout Georgia embark on a common goal when the season opens tonight.
Alcovy softball picked up a much-needed win Monday when they topped Salem 5-2. The win snapped the Lady Tigers' two-game losing streak and moved their record back to .500. Alcovy dropped a pair of region games last week.
Two games do not make a season. But for Alcovy volleyball, starting off with two wins after a tough 2010 season is certainly a positive way to kick off the new year. The Lady Tigers won their tri-match at Salem Thursday, taking two games from the host Lady Salem Seminoles before dispatching Madison County in three games. Alcovy defeated Salem 25-22 and 25-18 then topped Madison County 25-20, 20-25 and 25-18. ...
Alcovy High School's softball team hosted Union Grove on Tuesday in a hard fought ball game that was decided in the final innings. The Lady Tigers lost 4-0 to the Lady Wolverines but demonstrated that they could compete against some of the best pitching in the state.
Two years ago, Alcovy volleyball was the best team in the county. The Lady Tigers won the county championship, posted their first winning season and narrowly missed the school's first playoff berth. Last year though, the program took a step back. A coaching change, the loss of several key seniors and a new area threw everything out of whack. With the 2011 season set to begin in less than two weeks, ...
If you've been outside the past couple of days, no doubt you've experienced the sweltering heat of another typical Georgia summer. It's not exactly great golf weather. The good news is it means the fall is fast approaching. And with fall brings football. While school is still in recess for three more weeks, it's never too early to talk football. The News will again be featuring in-depth previews for the local ...
The city/county clash in Conyers yesterday had nothing to do with taxes or jurisdictional issues; this one involved primarily pitching and defense.
For the Alcovy men's program, the expectations couldn't be higher. After being knocked out in the second round of the Region 8-AAAA tournament last year, the Tigers are greedy for more.
The Alcovy Tigers basketball program looks to add to its recent success as both squads head into their third season.
On a night when Alcovy needed to be perfect, Griffin was a little better and the Tigers saw their season come to an end at the hands of a 35-16 defeat.
Alcovy's cross-country teams placed second in the Region 4-AAAA meet last Saturday to earn a berth at Saturday's state meet at Carrolton - the first in school history. One of the main reasons is Tatlin Gammon
It's quite simple for the Alcovy Tigers. Win tomorrow night and their in the playoffs. To do so, they will have to beat a tough Griffin team that has the same aspirations. That may be easier said than done.
As the end of the season approaches, the Alcovy Tigers looked to make one last push for the playoffs as the Panthers of Forest Park visited Homer Sharp Stadium Friday.