WRHS Football

Demons come up short to Peach County

Don Moncrief Featured, football, Warner Robins HS

A blocked point after denied Warner Robins its first chance at a win. Not that there weren’t “other” opportunities along the way, but nevertheless, the Demons came up short to Peach County 20-19 at the Mac, Friday. A Bobby Kelly fumble recovery helped Warner Robins get on board first. That turned into a 30-yard field goal by Eli Mashburn. Omar …

Listen Live links for the Bears, Demons, Eagles and Warhawks

Greg Elrod football, Houston County HS, Latest News, Northside HS, Perry HS, Scores, Warner Robins HS

The app is the best way to listen!  If you dont have it yet get it here: Iphone Android or listen here: Hoco Listen Live link Northside Listen live link Perry Listen Live link (Panthers are open tonight!) Veterans Listen Live link Warner Robins Live link

VHS, WR rally for wins

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

“Lee County is a tough and scrappy team.” So said Veterans High School volleyball Head Coach Nicki Miranda. “The proof is in the pudding” as they say, but so are the Lady Warhawks. They “other” tough and scrappy team beat the Lady Trojans Tuesday night 3 games to 1. They won the first 25-19, dropped the second 25-18, edged out …

Demonettes make quick work of Lady Eagles

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

The first time Northside and Warner Robins met, Demonette Courtney Walker beat the Lady Eagles with a homerun over the leftfield fence in a 1-0 decision. Northside appeared determined it wouldn’t happen again. So, the first two times Walker came to the plate: Walk, on four straight balls. It was a strategy that worked to perfection. Walker did not beat …

Bears, Eagles remain No. 1, 2, respectively

Don Moncrief Featured, football, Houston County HS, Northside HS, Perry HS, Veterans HS, Warner Robins HS

The Bears and Eagles are keeping pace with each other. Both scored 49 points this Friday night (Northside, a 49-0 shutout of Henry County and Houston County a 49-31 win over Peach County). Both also remain atop the Class AAAAAA polls. The Bears stayed No. 1 and the Eagles No. 2. You might say that the next five are also …