HS football – 5 things we learned

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

1) Dylan Fromm’s got game. OK, so maybe it wasn’t a major secret that the now-Warner Robins High School student-athlete, who is listed at 6-0, 190 pounds on MaxPreps, had talent. It’s just that he wasn’t able to showcase it while in the shadow of brother Jake, who is now a freshman with Georgia. Showcase it he did Friday, however, …

Defense paves way for WR win over NHS

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

Northside took advantage of a bad snap and a short punt. Warner Robins took advantage of two Eagles fumbles. That was just the first half. Combined it made for a 14-10 Northside lead. The third and fourth pretty much belonged to the Demons – the defense playing well throughout, but the offense finally having its moments – as Warner Robins …

WR sweeps Statesboro, West Laurens; Perry falls

Don Moncrief Featured, Volleyball, Warner Robins HS

“The girls are playing really well together. They are excited and ready to win.” So said Warner Robins volleyball Head Coach Cassie Bennett. Proof comes by way of the fact the girls are 3-0 in matches to date. The latest came Thursday at Statesboro. The Demonettes beat it 2-0, 25-19 and 25-18 and then swept West Laurens 2-0, 25-13, 25-10. …

NHS takes 2 – one in walk off fashion; WR swept

Don Moncrief Featured, Northside HS, Softball

Defense helped Northside keep Howard off the board early. One example in particular came in the second inning. Sarah Harvin, the first Lady Husky up, singled. She stole second and was on her way home on teammate Abby Mitchell’s hard hit to center field. Enter Lady Eagle Kyle Rosell. She charged the ball, scooped it up and threw to shortstop …

Perry falls in 3 to Luella; VHS rallies for win, WR sweeps FPD

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

They were “hard-fought matches” – as described by Perry volleyball Head Coach Terri Hunt – but the Lady Panthers came up short against Luella at home. Luella won the first 25-16. Perry won the second, also by a margin of 25-16, but the visitor got the edge in the third, 25-22. Michaela Reams had seven aces and three kills to …