With temperatures starting at 42 degrees and dipping down to 36 with a few snow flurries, Eastside's bats didn't cool off in an 8-4 victory in Monroe Area Monday.
Soccer is the world's most popular sport, so it's only fitting some of Newton County's foreign exchange students have been participants with the area's high school soccer teams.
Kevin Thompson was honored before Eastside's baseball game, as the 2013 state wrestling champion threw out the first pitch.
Everyone enjoys a 90 percent success rate. That's what Eastside football coach Rick Hurst experienced during the Eagles' spring practice. The Eagles finished up 10 days of practice Friday during an hour, 15 minute scrimmage. "We accomplished what we were looking to do and probably got 90 percent of it done," Hurst said. "I can't complain. In a 10-day period it's hard to get everything done that you'd like to." The main thing Hurst and ...
Keith Buckhault will be taking his talents on the baseball field to the next level in 2013 when he joins the Cleveland State Cougars.
The Eastside girls' and boys' soccer teams both had standout seasons, reaching the second round of the Class AAA playoffs.
The Eastside boys' soccer team may have slipped on the field, but Tuesday's loss to the fourth-ranked team in the state was anything but a slip up.
The 2012 Eastside Lady Eagles had to work hard to salvage their season and to earn the right to play one of the top teams in the state.
The Eastside girls' soccer team is at a level where it hasn't been before. The Lady Eagles are now looking to take another historic step today when they travel to Columbus in the second round of the Class AAA state playoffs. Eastside defeated Westside 3-0 at Cousins Middle School Friday and, as the second seed, will now travel to face the top seed out of 6-AAA, Columbus High. The Blue Devils (15-4) will pose a ...
The Eastside boys' golf team wrapped up its fifth straight season reaching the state championship this weekend.
In 2011, Eastside football missed out on the playoffs by one game and is hard at work this spring looking for one more win. The Eagles started their spring practices Monday continuing work with 2011's team, while bringing along young players and looking for eager newcomers.
The Eastside Eagles baseball team entered the first round of the state playoffs Friday night against the Harlem Bulldogs with a sense of quiet confidence, but they left Eagle Field disappointed after being swept 12-2 and 3-1 and getting knocked out of the playoffs. Game 1
Senior Trent Taylor has led Eastside soccer throughout the 2012 season and as the playoffs started for the Eagles Thursday, he continued to do the same. The Eagles' captain scored four goals as Eastside went on the road to defeat second-seeded Richmond Academy in the first round of the Class AAA playoffs. The Eagles (11-6-2) travel to Region 5 No. 1 seed Woodward Academy 7 p.m. Tuesday.
The first two minutes of Eastside's match against Westside was indicative of the Lady Eagles' historic 3-0 win on Friday.
With nine girls who have scored throughout Eastside's fourth-straight playoff season, Lady Eagles' coach Joel Singleton knows he needs each of their talents in today's playoff opener.
If Eastside has the success in May that it did in April, the Eagles' baseball team has a good shot at winning a state title.
Eastside High School senior and star volleyball player Katie Johnston signed a letter of intent to play at the University of Birmingham on Monday. Johnston chose the University of Birmingham specifically because it allows her to spend her January semester next year for a month in Nicaragua.
For the second straight year the Eastside boys' soccer team is headed to the Class AAA state playoffs. The Eagles (10-6-2) finished 5-3 in Region 4-AAA, good enough to earn the third seed, putting them not only in the playoffs but also on the road.