WRHS, VHS celebrate seniors with wins

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

For Warner Robins and Veterans, Thursday – at each of their respective schools – represented Senior Night. For the Lady Warhawks, that meant recognizing two players: Lorelei Diamond and Ashley Dostie. Once a team leader, always a team leader, as the first led the squad in aces – with four – and the second in digs – with 20 – …

Coach’s corner: NHS at Ware; WRHS at West Laurens

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

Northside (2-1) at Ware County (0-2) Last meeting: 2016 – Eagles 48, Gators 7 Series history: 3-2 in favor of Ware County “It’s going to be a tough, tough ballgame … We’ve either knocked each other out of the playoffs over the last several years, and I guess that’s a good way to develop a rivalry. This year we’ve been …

VHS sweeps WRHS; HoCo falls in walk-off fashion, Spalding rallies past Perry

Don Moncrief Featured, Houston County HS, Perry HS, Softball, Veterans HS, Warner Robins HS

Well, you can give Warner Robins this. The Demonettes kept it competitive early. Late, on the other hand, it began to fall apart as Veterans beat the girls at home, 14-5. Both scored two runs to start the first. The Lady Warhawks pushed one across in the second and then it was back to two each in the third. Veterans …

Northside beats WRHS; VHS edges out Tift County

Don Moncrief Uncategorized

Seven is regarded by many in religious circles as God’s perfect number. Not in softball circles. In particular, not if that’s the number of “errors” that show up on the boxscore. Such was the case for Warner Robins Monday in a 13-5 loss at Northside. (Note: The Lady Eagles charted one of those as a hit.) Two of those errors …

Demons power past the Bears

Don Moncrief Featured, football, Houston County HS, Warner Robins HS

File it under wake-up call. And, call it for both Warner Robins and Houston County. After each had done little to start the game and punted, the Bears’ wake-up call came on the Demons’ second possession. They went 12 plays during that span and nearly scored twice. The first time was on Jaeven West’s 43-yard run into the endzone. A …