The Clarke Central High School soccer teams beat the Cedar Shoals High School soccer teams in all four games played on April 8 at CSHS.
The Clarke Central High School girls varsity soccer team lost to Flowery Branch High School on March 17.
The Clarke Central High School wrestling program sent 11 wrestlers to the state tournament in Macon, Ga.
On Feb. 1, Clarke Central High School varsity football players Zay Brown, Rico Arnold and Bryson Kearney signed to play collegiate football.
Clarke Central High School held a pep rally on Jan. 20 previewing their basketball game against Cedar Shoals High School. The student government association put together an array of events including the recognition of winter sports.
By OLIVIA RIPPS – Sports Editor With the new head varsity head coach David Perno, the Clarke Central High School football team finished the season with a record of 7-5 and a playoff victory–but they believe it is just the beginning. More from Olivia Ripps
After their 44-21 defeat over Flowery Branch High School on Oct. 21, the Clarke Central High School varsity football team earned their spot in the playoffs and have began working towards a victory .
Clarke Central High School’s junior varsity baseball team ended their season with a ten inning doubleheader on April 19.
Head boys varsity basketball coach Andre McIntyre speaks on his expectations for the 2015-16 basketball season.
On October 16, the Clarke Central High School varsity football team will face off against the Gainesville High School football team at Billy Henderson Stadium.
The Clarke Central varsity football team fell short in a fourth quarter comeback attempt against Flowery Branch.
On September 25, the Clarke Central High School varsity football team will play the Apalachee High School varsity football team at Billy Henderson Stadium.
For the 49th time since 1974, crosstown high school rivals Clarke Central High School and Cedar Shoals High School football teams will clash in the Classic City Championship.
Clarke Central High School’s Varsity volleyball team hosted a play day and won three matches on Aug., 29.
The Clarke Central High School varsity football team is in preparation for their first region game.
After 15 years, Clarke Central High School refinished and repainted the New Gym’s floor.
The Clarke Central High School varsity boys soccer team is reflecting on their current region record and figuring how to improve in order to make the playoffs.
The Clarke Central High School JV girls soccer team took on Flowery Branch High School at Billy Henderson Stadium on Sat., March 21. The Lady Glads tied Flowery Branch with a score of 0-0.
The Clarke Central High School varsity boys soccer team were defeated 4-1 by Apalachee High School on Mar. 20. CCHS took an early lead through a Yael Calvillo free-kick, but surrendered the lead. “We started off with good pace and got an early goal but as the game went on Apalachee stepped their game up…
On Jan. 17, Clarke Central High School competed in a swim meet at the University of Georgia’s Ramsey Student Center Natatorium center. Clarke Central sophomore Grace Mauldin placed third in her 500 yard freestyle. “The 500 (freestyle) is a really hard event, (swimmers) need to pace themselves so they can achieve their goal time,” Mauldin…
Thirty-one Georgia high schools competed in the Clarke-Oconee Invitational at the University of Georgia’s Ramsey Student Center Natatorium on Jan. 17.
On Thurs., Oct. 16, sophomore Byron Spraggins played in the final junior varsity game of the season against cross-town rival Cedar Shoals High School at Billy Henderson Stadium after being cleared from a concussion.
The Clarke Central High School varsity softball team won its second game this season — also its second since 2007 — 11-6 against Greater Atlanta Christian School on Sept. 30 in the regular season finalé.
By SAMUEL HOOD – Sports Editor On Tuesday, Sept. 2, the Clarke Central High School varsity softball team lost its second matchup with Cedar Shoals High School this season. For the second time this season, Clarke Central High School varsity softball head coach April Tedeschi and Cedar Shoals High School varsity softball head coach…
On Friday, Aug. 29, the Clarke Central High School varsity football team lost its season opener of the regular season against Hart County at Billy Henderson stadium.
On Wednesday, Aug. 20, the Clarke Central High School varsity softball team registered its first win in seven years against Greene County High School.
Senior quarterback Aakeem Wise led the Clarke Central High School varsity football team to an 18-0 win over Jonesboro High School in a preseason game on Friday, Aug. 15 at Billy Henderson stadium.
On Sat., Feb. 1, the Clarke Central High School varsity wrestling team notched a championship performance at the Region 8-AAAAA Traditional Championships.
The varsity boys basketball teams for Clarke Central High School and Cedar Shoals High School will play again on Saturday, Jan. 18 at Jaguar Gym.
The Clarke Central basketball team will host the Cedar Shoals basketball team on January 18.
The West team defeated the East team 31-6 in the Northeast Georgia Fellowship of Christian Athletes’ inaugural Football All-Star Game, hosted by Clarke Central High School.
The B team football team finished its 2013 season with a winning record of 4-3 and only one home game.
The Clarke Central High School varsity football team was defeated by Mays High School 14-10 in the first round of the Georgia High School Association state playoffs Friday, Nov. 15 at Lakewood Stadium in Atlanta, Ga.
The Gladiators travel to Mays High School for the first round of the playoffs, but, unlike the regular season, the mainstream of the game through Gladiator Internet Television and the The National Federation of State High School Associations will be pay per viewed.
Clarke Central High School will face off against Mays High School on Nov. 15.
Clarke Central High School head varsity football coach Ahren Self stood behind his defense before the 47th meeting between the Gladiators and cross-town rival Cedar Shoals High School.
The Clarke Central High School varsity football team won its final game of the regular season against Cedar Shoals High School 45-15 on Friday, Nov. 8, improving to 8-2 overall.
Clarke Central High School will face off against Winder Barrow High School on Nov. 1.
The Clarke Central High School varsity football team lost 28-56 on Oct. 18 at Billy Henderson Stadium against Gainesville High School and their senior quarterback Deshaun Watson, the consensus No. 1-rated high school quarterback in the nation.
Through half of regional play, the Clarke Central High School Gladiators varsity football team are 4-0 in regional play and 5-1 overall.
Clarke Central High School’s 23-3 win on Oct. 11 vs. Heritage High School at Billy Henderson Stadium snapped a two-year streak of suffering come-from-behind losses against the Patriots.
Clarke Central High School Gladiators defeat Apalachee High School Wildcats 49-13 on Sept. 28, outscoring AHS by a margin of 28-6 in the second half.
By the numbers for the upcoming game between Clarke Central and Apalachee.
The Gladiators were defeated by Oconee, but rebounded to defeat Gainsville in region game.
Clarke Central High School Head Football Coach Ahren Self recorded his first career win on Friday, September 6
Clarke Central High School faced cross-town rival Cedar Shoals High School on Aug. 27.
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…
Clarke Central High School and Cedar Shoals High School have shared a deep rivalry for the past 38 years. On Nov. 9, the two programs will meet once again, and all of Athens is waiting for that day to arrive.
The Clarke Central High School Gladiators beat Loganville High School at Billy Henderson Stadium 40-6 last Friday, Sept. 14. This was the first win for the Gladiators in the 2012 football season.
The Clarke Central High School Gladiators lost to Marist 30-13 in the first-ever meeting between the two schools.
At 5:30 p.m. on March 29, game one of the CCHS-Alcovy doubleheader began. Eighth-grader Noah Fairbairn started for CCHS and allowed six hits and five earned runs over five innings of pitching.
The Classic City Championship is arguably the most important game of the season for both Cedar Shoals High School and Clarke Central High School.