Griffin Sports News
Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Griffin, GA
Friday Sep 26 | via MainStreetNews.com
The Heritage School is 2-2 overall, 2-0 in region after defeating Griffin Christian 62-6 last Friday. a Coaches: Lance Fendley, BCA, second season as head coach ; D.J. Clay, first season as head coach at Heritage a Key Players: BCA RB Graham Doolittle; OL Griffin Wilson; RB Chris Ratterree; OL Cole Gower; WR Preston Kelley; QB Jacob Parker; LB Brandon Hinton; WR Jacob Matlock; QB Ethan Torbett; The Heritage School: QB Brad Macke; RB Chaz Bankston a Last Meeting: First meeting a Notes: The BCA Knights played better in areas last week in their road region game against Holy Spirit Prep. Comment?
Saturday Sep 20 | via The Times-Herald
The Heritage School volleyball team will take some momentum into Tuesday's showdown against rival Trinity Christian after outlasting Oak Mountain last week at home in three sets in a key GISA Region 1-AAA match. The Lady Hawks held off Oak Mountain 25-19, 25-22, 21-25, 25-22 while now 6-1 overall and 1-1 in the region. Comment?
Friday Sep 19 | via The Times-Herald
The Heritage School gave junior linebacker/ tight-end Cole Jones the night off from his added punting duties on the road Friday in a 62-6 thrashing over Griffin Christian where the Hawks scored touchdowns on all nine of their possessions. Senior quarterback Brad Macke racked up 132 yards rushing by halftime and was able to watch alongside most of Heritage's starters, as backups stepped into a for the final two quarters under a running clock and a commanding 42-0 advantage. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 17 | via Sandy Springs Neighbor
Staff / Maurice Dixon Stockbridge junior quarterback Malachi Brown and the Tigers outscored their first two Georgia opponents 71-3 this season. This Friday, many of the Henry County teams will conclude their non-region schedules. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 16 | via The Times-Herald
It's only the third week of September, but The Heritage School hits the halfway point of the 2014 season in much better shape spiritually than how things began during a much darker August. While just 1-2 overall, the Hawks have a chance to solidify themselves in the GISA Region 2-AAA standings on Friday with a trip to face a winless Griffin Christian program with even bigger issues than the substantial uphill climb Heritage faced. Comment?
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