Sharpsburg Sports News

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

  • 22 hrs ago | via LaGrange Daily News 

    Grangers enjoy big offensive night

    LaGrange's Derieko Smith follows through on a 3-point attempt during Tuesday's game against East Coweta.

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  • Wednesday Nov 19 | via The Times-Herald 

    New league, new coach, same goals for Crusaders

    Central Christian head boys basketball coach Buddy Woolf can't help but get excited when he thinks about this season, which begins tonight on the road at former ISCGA rival Trinity Christian. The first-year coach, who is also Central's athletic director, takes over a team in transition, but one with a successful track record.

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  • Saturday Nov 15 | via The Times-Herald 

    Season-ending loss tough to swallow for EC

    When first-year East Coweta head coach Steve Pardue walked off the field at McEachern High School after Friday night's 23-3 loss in the first round of the Class AAAAAA playoffs, he wasn't ready to reflect on just how successful a season it was for the Indians. The sting of a defeat in a first-round game where East Coweta had its share of opportunities to pull out a victory weighed heavily on his mind East Coweta finished 8-3, earned a No.

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  • Saturday Nov 15 | via MDJonline.com 

    Cobb teams survive and advance

    Kell's James DeMatto picks up Ivan Walls after Walls' touchdown run against Winder-Barrow.

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  • Saturday Nov 15 | via The Times-Herald 

    Defense does job for Lady Indians in opening win

    On Saturday at Northgate in the first game of the year for both teams, the Lady Indians took a step in that direction, especially in the fourth quarter. East Coweta limited the Lady Vikings to just one field goal in the final quarter and turned a close five-point contest into a 58-43 win.

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  • Friday Nov 14 | via MDJonline.com 

    McEachern pulls away in fourth quarter

    Michael Nwagbara takes the handoff from Bailey Hockman during McEachern's 23-3 win over East Coweta in the Class AAAAAA playoff opener Friday.

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  • Friday Nov 14 | via The Times-Herald 

    Central Christian finishes turnaround season with NH...

    A year after struggling to come up with a single football victory, Central Christian's 8-man program rose to the greatest achievable heights in 2014 in a 13-win season capped off on Friday by winning this year's NHSA national championship. The Crusaders, led by second- year head coach and longtime assistant Paul Frantz, defeated the Memphis Nighthawks 38-18 in this year's title game at Pete Edwards Field in Panama City, Fla.

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  • Friday Nov 14 | via The Times-Herald 

    Indians facing tall order heading into new season

    Not since medieval times could a torture rack get far more use than if one were to come available to longtime East Coweta head boys basketball coach Ronnie Vandiver. But being undersized isn't something new to the Indians, who have grown accustomed to looking up to the competition in Region 3-AAAAAA.

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  • Thursday Nov 13 | via The Times-Herald 

    Offenses could stay hot in chilly setting for playof...

    When East Coweta McEachern open the first round of the Class AAAAAA playoffs tonight in Powder Springs, the weather might be frigid, but both offenses have found ways to heat up their side of the scoreboard this season. East Coweta comes into the playoffs as the No.

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  • Wednesday Nov 12 | via The Times-Herald 

    County standouts pick up state times in opener

    Newnan, Northgate and East Coweta will compete in Saturday's Big Splash Invitational, hosted by Whitewater High at the Lundquist Natatorium. The high school swimming season is less than two weeks old and already county athletes have plans for February's GHSA State Championship at Georgia Tech - including one who will see it frequently in upcoming years as an ACC opponent.

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Sharpsburg High Schools

East Coweta High School (400 Sharpsburg-McCollum Road)