Rome denies Warner Robins state championship

Don Moncrief Featured, football, Warner Robins HS

One bad memory. Fourteen really, really great ones. That’s what Warner Robins was left with following a dominating 38-0 loss to Rome in the GHSA Class AAAAA state championship Friday in McConnell-Talbert Stadium. (And the fact the Region 1-AAAAA champs were even in the state championship – versus so many that weren’t – one day might be No. 15. Just …

WRHS sweeps HCHS; Veterans girls, boys beat Lee County

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Warner Robins High’s girls and boys earned wins Friday. At Houston County, the Demonettes beat the Lady Bears 50-33, while the Demons won, 84-53. Shynia Jackson helped lead the effort for Warner Robins. She finished with 16 points, 11 of those coming in the third quarter. The Demonettes outscored Houston County 16-10 during that span. They also held the advantage …

Warner Robins sweeps Westside; Veterans splits with Houston County

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Warner Robins’ boys kept their unbeaten string intact Tuesday, with an 86-62 win at home over Westside. It’s a different story for the Seminoles, as they fell to 0-3. The Demons led 19-12 after one and 44-28 at the break. The lead was 20, 63-43, after three, with the host outscoring its visitor 23-19 in the fourth. Warner Robins’ girls …

Interceptions help pace Demons past Carver-Atlanta, into finals

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A Tyler Fromm touchdown pass from brother Dylan. Nothing out of the ordinary there. A Tyler Fromm “interception” on the other hand … Well, there’s something you don’t hear every day. Friday, you did. Friday in McConnell-Talbert Stadium, it was the normally “wide receiver” intercepting a Carver-Atlanta pass inside the redzone. It was actually one of three in Warner Robins’ …

Explosive Demons rout Carrollton

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Lights out figuratively. Lights out literally. Such was the case in Warner Robins and Carrollton’s Class AAAAA quarterfinal Friday in McConnell-Talbert stadium. Figuratively was a 63-24 win for the Demons. Literally was when the lights literally went out early in the fourth quarter. If somebody was trying to send a message, it was clearly unnecessary. Anybody watching could see … …