High School Sports

Auburn High Senior Runners Leave Legacy

Auburn High had never won a girls cross country state championship before 2017. Now the Tigers hold three repeat AHSAA Class 7A state titles thanks to five graduating seniors, Samantha…

Brookstone's Wes Pahl Signs to Western Kentucky

Brookstone Senior kicker Wes Pahl signed his national letter of intent Friday afternoon. The 6'5 190 pound punter and kicker signs as a preferred walk on to the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers.…

GHSA Schools Return to Conditioning June 8

The Georgia High School Athletic Association announced on Thursday that high school athletes and coaches can return to on-campus voluntary workouts starting June 8. Workouts are conditioning only, no balls or sport specific equipment. However, weightlifting is allowed and should…

AHSAA Schools May Begin Summer Activities June 1

Alabama High School Athletic Association member schools may re-open June 1, in accordance with Alabama State Department of Education Superintendent Dr. Eric Massey’s directive announced Thursday. AHSAA Executive Director Steve…

Lanett's State Championship Rings have Arrived

The Lanett Panthers football team has long awaited the arrival of the 2019 AHSAA Class 1A State Championship rings. The coronavirus pandemic slowed down the process. Head Coach Clifford Story changed…

Coaching In the Middle of a Pandemic

COVID-19 has temporarily shut the sports world down, but competition in sports behind the scenes continues to go at full speed. Teams, players and coaches have had to learn to adjust to the world…

Brookstone's Wes Pahl Commits to Western Kentucky

Knocking footballs through the uprights is a common experience for Brookstone's 6'5, 190 pound senior kicker Wes Pahl. Including some of the longest kicks in the history of Brookstone school. However, he may…

Spring High School Sports Canceled in Georgia

Just one day after Governor Kemp announced the shelter-in-place order due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Georgia High School Athletic Association made the decision to cancel the…

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