Bears win with walk-off single; Warhawks sweep, other results

Don Moncrief Baseball, Featured, Houston County HS, Northside HS, Veterans HS, Warner Robins HS

Chandler Dawson’s walk-off single proved to be the decider in Houston County’s 3-2 win in eight innings over Valdosta Friday at home. Chandler Ring (0-3) started the inning off with a walk. Dillon Toms (0-4) attempted to sacrifice him over with a bunt. He was successful – in fact reaching himself when it was misplayed. Dylan Tabor (0-2) then walked …

Veterans turns tables on Houston County

Don Moncrief Baseball, Featured, Houston County HS, Veterans HS

Veterans got its mojo back. Not that that sort of thing really exists, but the Warhawks certainly had to have lost a little bit of their “magic” (aka “confidence”) the first time they encountered Houston County. That, coming back on Feb. 22, was a 15-0 loss. Not only did the shutout had to have hurt, but it also only lasted …

Panthers, Warhawks split doubleheader

Don Moncrief Baseball, Featured, Northside HS, Perry HS, Veterans HS, Warner Robins HS

Veterans and Perry split a doubleheader Friday. The Warhawks (9-3) won the first contest, 6-2, while the Panthers (7-4) took the nightcap, 3-1. It actually took a rally for Veterans to take Game 1. Perry scored a run in the first and second for a 2-0 lead. The Warhawks answered that with a pair in the third and four in …

Warner Robins State Championship Photo Gallery

Greg Elrod Basketball, Featured, Greg Elrod, The SportsMic Team, Warner Robins HS

Here are a few of the Sportsmic photos from the Warner Robins Demons State Championship victory over Miller Grove. We will be adding to the gallery as we process the pictures from the cameras of Greg Elrod and Kevin Chelton. Be sure to check back here for updates! Congratulations to the Demons for a great season!

State champs! Demons win thriller for first title

Don Moncrief Basketball, Featured, Warner Robins HS

Warner Robins only made one of 11 3-point attempts, but the one that went in was solid gold. With 51 seconds on the game clock, and the game tied at 64, the Demons brought the ball up the court. Champ Dawson stopped just inside the line and went stationary as he continued to dribble. Warner Robins appeared to be playing …