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Fundraising efforts to benefit the surgery recovery of retired head football coach Billy Henderson have led to the creation of the It Can Be Done Foundation.
There’s a place deep in the pines of the Tar Heel state where the streams calmly trickle down and the grass is vibrantly green.
On May 8, the Clarke Central High School team defeated the Riverwood High School Raiders 3-0 to advance to the Elite Eight of the 8-AAAAA State Playoffs.
On Wednesday, May 1, the CCHS boy’s varsity soccer team won against East Paulding High School 5-1 in the first round of the state soccer tournament.
Sam Thompson moderates a debate about the NBA, with Chad Rhym and Kevin Mobley.
By MAKAYLA RICHARDS - Web Staff Football will be back soon and here to debate if UGA’s is up for the challenge is Sports editor Chad Rhym and guest writer Kevin Mobley. Sam Thompson also offers commentary on weekly current events and moderates an ODTV debate about the UGA Offense V. Defense. More from Makayla Richards
On Jan. 5, Denver Nuggets power forward Kenneth Faried became the first NBA player in history to join the gay rights group, “Athlete Ally,” aimed at fighting homophobia in sports.
Photo by Jeff Haynes and courtesy of the Baltimore Sun. On April 3, five days prior to tip-off, the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame’s president John Doleva called the University of Louisville’s head coach Rick Pitino, alongside seven other inductees.
The CCHS Varsity Girls won against Cedar Shoals High School 1-0 while the Varsity Boys lost 4-5 in overtime.
Sam Thompson moderates Chad Rhym and Kevin Mobley’s debate about the final four in March Madness 2013.
Studying should be required and emphasized for student-athletes.
CBS’s “Selection Show” revealed the seedings for the 2013 NCAA Tournament on Sunday night, and games will now commence starting this Tuesday, March 19, with the play-in games.
Team chemistry is not created in a lab; it takes trust and friendship.
According to a piece on ESPN’s Outside the Lines, an Emmy Award-winning investigative series, aired in Dec. 2009, the percentage of African American basketball players in the National Basketball League is 71.8, internationals account for 18.3 percent, and the percentage of White Americans is 9.9.
By KEVIN MOBLEY – Contributing Writer During a game broadcast in 1982, CBS Sports’ Brent Musburger coined the famous term “March Madness,” describing the chaos of the NCAA Basketball Tournament. This year’s edition is sure to fill fans with excitement and emotion. What is madness? According to the Oxford Dictionaries, madness is “a state of [...]
On Feb. 11, the seven-season-long era of head football coach Leroy Ryals ended. It was announced officially on Tuesday that he would be leaving Clarke Central High School for Thomasville High School in Thomasville, Ga.
On Feb. 15, football players for the 2013-14 school year were called down to the team meeting room, formerly known as the auxiliary weight room for the second time this week.
The seven-year long Ryals football era at Clarke Central High School ended on Feb. 11. Head football coach Leroy Ryals accepted the position as Thomasville High School head football coach and athletic director on Monday and made the announcement to CCHS players Tuesday during a fourth block meeting in the team meeting room, formerly the Auxilarly Weight Room.
We often hear about the high profile football players that come out of high school, excel in college and translate their talent into millions of dollars at the professional level.
Football recruiting has transformed from a side job for college football media to a major aspect of the sport, and it originated from the art of persuasion.