Local clubs enjoy busy weekend

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

There were tournaments, and there were three-team “get-togethers”. Such was a busy world of high school softball this past weekend. In particular, the three-team “get-together” applied to Veterans High School. The Lady Warhawks traveled to The University of North Georgia and “got together” with Morgan County and Lowndes. “There was a ton of great things that happened and a ton …

Peach County/Northside clash in annual scrimmage

Greg Elrod Featured, football, Northside HS, Scores

Fireworks followed lightning last night at “The Mac”. Peach County and Northside wasted no time lighting up the scoreboard in their annual scrimmage game held last night in Warner Robins.  Before most fans could dry off their bleacher seats, each team had found the end zone.  Fans were rewarded for braving the elements as the “scrimmage” game, which featured two …

Ratings game has WR 2nd, VHS 4th

Don Moncrief Featured, football, Veterans HS, Warner Robins HS

More incentive. This time for Warner Robins and Veterans. (For an explanation of how this whole “incentive” idea originated, check out our “Maxwell has NHS, HOCO 2nd, 5th, respectively” story here on our website.) Maxwell Ratings – aka “computer” ratings – has the Demons rated second in Region 1-AAAAA and the Warhawks fourth. Bainbridge is ranked No. 1 in the …

Maxwell has NHS, HOCO 2nd, 5th, respectively

Don Moncrief Coaches, Featured, football, Houston County HS, Northside HS

It could at least provide incentive. For Northside: Some, maybe more. For Houston County: More, maybe lots. That is the latest and greatest Maxwell Ratings just released. In Region 1-AAAAAA, Valdosta is rated first. Northside is rated second, Lee County third, Coffee fourth and Houston County fifth. That is with only four of those making the playoffs. (See: incentive – …

FPD denies NS in opener; HC improves to 3-0

Don Moncrief Featured, Houston County HS, Northside HS, Scores, Softball

First Presbyterian Day denied Northside a victory in its home opener Wednesday. To add insult to injury, it was a shutout, 4-0. “I really believe we’re just nervous,” said Lady Eagles Head Coach Meredith Belcher (look for a preview of the squad, and their season dedicated to Coach Milton Gallaher in an upcoming SportsMic article). “I really believe we have …