Sharpsburg Sports News

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

  • Saturday | via The Times-Herald 

    Bye week arrives for East Coweta, Newnan

    The timing of this week's bye may differ for East Coweta and Newnan football teams, who have taken opposite roads through the start of the 2014 season following three non-region games. The Indians are on a roll following three consecutive wins, capped off by Friday's 17-14 nailbiter over Whitewater in what may have been East Coweta's most complete effort yet.

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  • Friday Sep 12 | via The Times-Herald 

    In front of governor, Indians prove real deal in tou...

    East Coweta held off the Wildcats 17-14 in a battle of unbeaten teams. All signs appeared to point to something special in the air, even prior to the kickoff of Friday night's East Coweta football game at Whitewater High School.

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  • Thursday Sep 11 | via The Times-Herald 

    Three-peat for Lady Indians

    Ingram, who led the Lady Indians with nine blocks, reaches over the net to get a piece of the ball while teammate Casey Padgett looks on. East Coweta, which went 7-0 on Saturday to win the Centennial Invitational, continued its momentum with a sweep of county rivals Newnan and Northgate on Thursday at Northgate's Johnny Brown gym.

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  • Thursday Sep 11 | via The Times-Herald 

    Pitching dominant for locals in shutout victories

    East Coweta's Morgan Goree threw a masterpiece in Region 3-AAAAAA play, firing a complete game four-hitter en route to a 1-0 victory over visiting Region 3-AAAAAA rival South Cobb. Offensively, bases runners were few a far between for either team has the Lady Indians didn't bring the only run of the game across the plate until the bottom of the sixth inning when Lauren Liebe drove in Katey Lynch.

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  • Thursday Sep 11 | via MDJonline.com 

    Campbell tries for first 3-0 start since 2006

    Campbell quarterback Jawan Nobles has led the Spartans to a 2-0 start, and they will try to move to 3-0 for the first time since 2006 when they face Lakeside-DeKalb tonight.

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  • Wednesday Sep 10 | via The Times-Herald 

    Unbeaten Indians look to maintain progress

    East Coweta has plenty of reasons to be patting itself on the back just two weeks into the season. A 42-point effort in the Indians debut was followed up with a defensive clinic at Harrison, where highly touted quarterback Lorenzo Nunez was held to 130 total yards and a mere 38 rushing in a 24-7 win over the Hoyas.

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  • Saturday Sep 6 | via The Times-Herald 

    Indians give Hoyas a taste of physical, deep lineup

    An obvious fan of Harrison's football team got more than a bit overzealous Friday on the school's webpage on Max-Preps, CBSsports.com's high school site, posting a box score prior to the Hoyas game against East Coweta that had Harrison beating the Indians 63-0. Instead, East Coweta continued its strong start by domi- nating the Hoyas at the line of scrimmage and holding Harrison senior quarterback Lorenzo Nunez to a paltry six yards rushing through the first 47 minutes of a 24-7 victory on the road at Cobleigh Stadium in Kennesaw.

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  • Saturday Sep 6 | via MDJonline.com 

    East Coweta shuts down Nunez, Harrison

    Harrison's Darius Clark charges through a crease in the defensive line and tries to work upfield against East Coweta.

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  • Friday Sep 5 | via The Times-Herald 

    Indians put collar on Hoyas

    East Coweta's defense kept Harrison standout quarterback Lorenzo Nunez on the run through most of four quarters, and the Indians equally dominated the line of scrimmage on offense en route to a 24-7 victory at Colbeigh Stadium. In what head coach Steve Pardue called "a total team effort," East Coweta quickly pushed its record to 2-0 with a non-region win over a playoff program in Class AAAAAA last season, while now preparing to face Whitewater.

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  • Thursday Sep 4 | via The Times-Herald 

    Plenty of drama in CCMSAL football openers

    The opening week of the Coweta County Middle School Athletic League season provided plenty of drama with Evans and Arnall earning respective victories on Tuesday in games decided by just four points. The week's other major development was two-time defending CCMSAL champion Madras suffering its first loss since 2012 in a 33-6 decision at East Coweta.

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  • Thursday Sep 4 | via The Times-Herald 

    Headed in right direction, Indians pack up and head ...

    East Coweta's 42-14 victory over Arabia Mountain last Friday didn't exactly appear out of thin air. But an Indians offense that didn't return a starter at quarterback or at running back - be it while also learning a new scheme - managed to rack up 397 yards of total offense in its season debut.

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  • Wednesday Sep 3 | via LaGrange Daily News 

    Tigers go for two in a row

    The Troup Tigers get ready to run a play during Friday's 36-14 victory over LaGrange.

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Sharpsburg High Schools

East Coweta High School (400 Sharpsburg-McCollum Road)