The Rockdale all-stars shined the brightest in the annual Newton County vs. Rockdale County game at Rockdale High's gym Thursday.
The Newton boys' track team won Region 2-AAAAAA and the girls' finished second in a continuation of strong performances by both Rams teams.
Terrance Banks is Newton High's newest head football coach.
As the 2013 baseball season began Sunday and Opening Day kicked off at Turner Field in Atlanta Monday, it's not only time for peanuts and Cracker Jacks but also for the crack of the bat, the smell of the leather and the trading of baseball cards.
Gizelle Ferguson and Precious Buddington led Newton's girls soccer team to a 3-1 victory over Rockdale on Friday.
Jake Reed is a hall of famer. He's also a retired NFL star and a former Newton Ram. But more importantly to the former Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints wide receiver, he's a trail blazer. Reed was joined by 35 of his closest friends and family in Grambling, La. Saturday, where he was inducted into the Grambling Legends Hall of Fame. Rewind almost 45 years to where it all started for Reed in Covington, ...
A busy summer proved to be a successful one for the Newton boys' basketball team. The Rams held three weeks of practice before competing in several exhibition games and then participated in the North Georgia Hoops League, a University of Georgia summer camp and a 3 Day Camp at Georgia College and State University. Today the Rams finish up their whirlwind winning summer. Entering the camp at UGA on June 23 Newton was 8-0 before ...
Before the Newton basketball team began its summer season, coach Rick Rasmussen said it would be like a mini season due to the amount of games the Rams would be playing.
Basketball is a passionate game, full of equal parts skill, ego and determination. Long after they leave the high school courts, players hold onto those traits waiting for a chance to shine once again.
The Newton boys' basketball team is hosting its second annual Rams Summer Youth Basketball Mini Camp next week.
Newton boys' basketball team put together a pretty impressive 2012 season, compiling a 19-7 record and entering the region tournament ranked No. 10 in Class AAAAA.
Newton High School senior and former star softball player Kelsey Swinson signed a letter of intent to play at Fort Valley State University Tuesday.
Newton football coach Cortez Allen had some pretty important questions that needed answering heading into the Rams' 2012 spring practices.
The Newton track team spent almost as much time on the podium as it did on the track this weekend.
Newton is using this spring football season to get its younger players ready for the 2012 season, in particular a player who will see a large part of the spotlight. Sophomore Kemani Pittman is being worked as the No. 1 quarterback after playing 2011 as the junior varsity starter.
The Newton boys' track team came out of the first ever sectionals tournament with three athletes headed to state.
The Newton Rams gave their seniors a successful send off with a 5-3 win over the visiting Rockdale Bulldogs Wednesday night.
Alex Grady led Newton County to the first Georgia West Sectionals at McEachern High Saturday. Grady won the Region 2-AAAAA championship in the two-mile run in 9:53 and was named the region runner-up in the mile 4:28. "He should fare well in both events and move on to Jefferson in two weeks for the state championships," Newton coach Cortez Allen said. Damon Gresham and Malik Franklin continued their strong seasons, and will also compete in ...
The Newton Rams missed out on the 2012 baseball playoffs, but it wasn't with a lack of drama. Tuesday the Rams fell to Luella 10-0 in a game that didn't mean a whole lot and was never in question. However, about 24 hours prior Newton's 3-1 loss to Westlake was exactly the opposite. It took 14 innings for Newton to find out its playoff fate, as it entered Monday's game with the postseason at stake. ...
Alex Ordu continued to add to his list of honors in his first year of college basketball. The 2011 Newton graduate and former Rams' basketball standout just finished his freshman season at Oxford College, and was honored at the two-year school's annual banquet this weekend. Ordu was named the Eagles 2011-12 Player of the Year. The point guard averaged 14.4 points, 5.1 rebounds, 4.2 assists and 2 steals per game. Along with being named the ...