Sharpsburg Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Sharpsburg, GA

  • Thursday Feb 26 | via The Times-Herald 

    Hawks, Lions bow out in first round

    Heritage School and Trinity Christian boys teams had respective 2014-15 basketball seasons come to an end in the opening round of the GISA Class AAA state tournament on Thursday. After finishing as respective third and fourth seeds from Region 1-AAA, the Hawks and Lions ran into tough opponents from 4-AAA.


  • Tuesday Feb 24 | via The Times-Herald 

    Rants, Raves & Really?!?

    REALLY?!? Javier Garcia, who "resigned" as Grantville's police chief, has released the complaint he filed against Councilman David Riley. After the complaint was filed, Riley cast a deciding vote to accept Garcia's resignation.


  • Saturday Feb 21 | via The Times-Herald 

    Vikings, Cougars drop games

    Northgate put together eight hits on Saturday against Columbus, but was left with little to show for it in the runs column while taking a tough-luck 8-2 loss to the host Blue Devils in non-region play. The loss dropped the Vikings' record to 0-2 heading into Monday's trip to Newnan for scheduled 5:30 p.m. first pitch between county lineups.


  • Wednesday Feb 18 | via The Times-Herald 

    Kia Smith named Peach Belt Freshman of the Week

    Smith posted a .440 average with three doubles and a triple last week. The former All-County standout for East Coweta has been among a growing list of county graduates that are ready to make contributions this spring.


  • Tuesday Feb 17 | via The Times-Herald 

    Three-member Class of 2015 reflects on honor

    At the podium graciously accepting her induction into the Coweta Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday, former longtime East Coweta head girls basketball coach and 500-plus game winner Paula Jones reflected how it quickly her career was set into motion in Sharpsburg. "A 10-minute interview turned into 25 years," she said.


  • Saturday Feb 14 | via The Times-Herald 

    Indians look to reload heading into spring

    East Coweta is scheduled to open the season on Wednesday against Northgate. When East Coweta head baseball coach Franklin DeLoach talks about the upcoming season, there's guarded optimism in his voice.


  • Friday Feb 13 | via The Times-Herald 

    East Coweta teams blank Lowndes

    East Coweta soccer teams opened the regular season Friday on a cold and blus- tery night with a sweep of visiting Lowndes High School at Garland Shoemake Memorial Stadium. The Lady Indians Lynnsey Danford and Morgan Haase scored the goals for the Lady Indians and goalkeeper Samantha Hoffman stopped both shots that came her way to help pre- serve the win.


  • Thursday Feb 12 | via The Times-Herald 

    Nelson reaches 113-pound semifinals for EC

    East Coweta junior Dusty Nelson took a big step toward reaching a potential state finals appearance at the GHSA Wrestling Championships at the Macon CenterPlex on Thursday after posting consecutive victories in the Class AAAAAA 113-pound division to open the tournament. Nelson scored an opening pin over Mill Creek freshman Alan Andrzejewski in 2:58 and defeated Meadowbrook junior Xavier Hicks in nearly the same amount of time to reach tonight's semifinal round at 7 p.m. The third-year Indians standout, now 51-6 this season, will face arguably his toughest matchup to date in North Gwinnett junior Todd Small, who earned two decisions while improving his record to 37-1.


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