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Jennifer Maddox, an equestrian who spoke with the Henry Herald in June about her trip to the World Games, became the gold medalist in English Equitation on Wednesday evening. She scored 47 points in the event for the victory.
Overlooked athletes earn college scholarships through recruiting organization
“When you have extremely talented kids, it’s just a matter of getting someone to take a look,” Pro Movement founder Jarrett Christian said.
‘We’re trying to win a playoff game’
“We’re trying to win a playoff game,” Wildcat head coach Clint Satterfield said.
Stockbridge seniors unwilling to leave without a state championship
By now it’s no secret what the expectation out of the Stockbridge camp is.
This honor is only the latest of the many bestowed upon McClellan since he joined the Columbus State Cougars as a sophomore last year.
Ola and Union Grove named long-time coaches Gidget Gue and Kelli Smith as athletic directors for their respective schools.
There’s something powerful about sharing “fandom” with complete strangers.
Better. Faster. Stronger. Sounds like the beginning of a popular song. But instead of relating the lyrics to Kanye West, relate them to the Wolverines.
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News from the weekend
This spring was a good one for Henry County sports. Between baseball, tennis, golf and track, nearly all schools participated in runs for state championships. Arguably the most successful athletes were on the track.
Wrecks not a problem as long-time Masters driver Tina Johnson retires with Thursday Thunder championship
Thursday’s excitment took the back-burner when long-time driver Tina Johnson of Senoia took the microphone in front of the stands to thank the crowd, her crew and the staff at AMS.
Younginer Racing sweeps the last two races of the Thursday Thunder season
The pressure was on Ryan Younginer before his last race of the Thursday Thunder season even began.
The father of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver David Ragan is taking over a big part of the Atlanta Motor Speedway programs.
For all but five minutes Wednesday night, the United States outplayed its opponent Jamaica during the CONCACAF Gold Cup Semifinals in the Georgia Dome.
Race fans who participate can save up to $35 per ticket purchased in the Upper Champions Grandstand
ATLANTA — Herschend Enterprises which purchased the World Famous Harlem Globetrotters in October 2013, announced it will relocate the team’s corporate headquarters from Phoenix to metro Atlanta.