Sharpsburg Sports News

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

  • Friday Dec 12 | via The Times-Herald 

    Lady Indians stay on target, pick up second straight...

    East Coweta's girls basketball team posed two arguments to Region 3-AAAAA opponents during Friday's 48-31 win over South Cobb at John Thrower Gym. The first was the Lady Indians proved they will be a tough opponent even among a talented list of schools this season after notching their second straight region victory.


  • Friday Dec 12 | via LaGrange Daily News 

    Troup's Wilkerson in the zone

    Troup's Jamal Wilkerson has scored 65 points in his past two games, including a 35-point performance against Chattahoochee County on Saturday.Kevin Eckleberry Troup's Jamal Wilkerson has scored 65 points in his past two games, including a 35-point performance against Chattahoochee County on Saturday.Kevin Eckleberry Jamal Wilkerson has the ability ... (more)


  • Thursday Dec 11 | via The Times-Herald 

    Lady Vikings, Lady Indians host region foes tonight

    East Coweta and Northgate may be hoping for a homefloor advantage tonight when hosting region opponents after coming up on opposite ends of the scoresheet on Tuesday. The Lady Indians take on South Cobb while coming off arguably their most complete game of the season against Campbell.


  • Tuesday Dec 9 | via The Times-Herald 

    Lady Indians storm back to pick up first region win

    Tuesday night, however, the Lady Indians came through with their most complete game so far in a 48-41 win over Campbell for their first Region 3-AAAAAA win of the 2014-15 season. With the victory, East Coweta won for just its second time this season, but the first in league play after dropping contest to Langston Hughes and Westlake earlier this year.


  • Saturday Dec 6 | via The Times-Herald 

    EC, Newnan place 9 on All-Region First Team

    Much as they did during the 2014 season, Westlake and Langston Hughes standouts led the way upon the announcement of this year's All Region 3-AAAAAA Football Team during a meeting of its eight head coaches on Friday. While respective Player of the Year selections - each of which were obvious choices - went to senior standouts outside the county, East Coweta and Newnan combined for nine First Team and eight Second Team selections with seniors J.K. Britt of the Cougars and Cole Antley of the Indians earning hon- ors in multiple positions.


  • Thursday Dec 4 | via The Times-Herald 

    Jones joins Kirby, Partridge among newest class

    East Coweta's girls basketball program to over 500 victories from 1988-2013, including a run to the Class AAAA state finals in 1998, has been selected among three new inductees to the Coweta Sports Hall of Fame. The trio will bring the Hall's total membership to 81 over its 13-year existence.


  • Thursday Dec 4 | via The Times-Herald 

    Lady Lions pick up region win

    Trinity Christian's girls basketball team quickly shook off a loss in its GISA Region 1-AAA opener by routing The Weber School 54-22 at home on Thursday in a victory where the Lady Lions held their opponents scoreless in the opening quarter. Senior Ashley Caldwell led four Trinity players in double figures with a team highs of 15 points and 11 rebounds.


Sharpsburg High Schools

East Coweta High School (400 Sharpsburg-McCollum Road)