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The Henry Herald chose Eagle’s Landing Christian middle hitter Lynnlee Mather as the 2015 Volleyball Player of the Year.
The Herald’s 2015 all-county team.
The Tigers scored 41 one points the first quarter, added 26 by halftime, and won the game 101-50. No team in Stockbridge history had ever scored 90 points, let alone 100.
ELCA and Hampton weren’t alone in celebrating the early signing period. Congratulations to the following signees!
A trip to the Georgia Dome could be on the horizon this weekend if local teams survive their Elite Eight tests in the GHSA football playoffs. Here’s a look at their chances.
It’s too soon to make any predictions about what the basketball postseason will hold for Henry County teams, but several schools have already begun paving the way for a playoff run.
Mount Paran now on deck for ELCA
After No. 6 Eagle’s Landing Christian beat Mount Pisgah 45-7 in the opening round of the Class A-Private playoffs, head coach Jonathan Gess didn’t spend much time rehashing the full bank of highlights from Friday’s game.
Luella, Henry County each move down one class
Hope you haven’t become too comfortable with the way football schedules have worked over the last few years, because in-county rivalries are about to experience a shake-up.
A few weeks ago, Eagle’s Landing Christian senior Sara Sullivan stood on the infield dirt in Columbus, awaiting the final pitch of the Class A-Private state championship game.
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Terrors oust Tigers from playoffs
Friday night in the Jungle brought back ghosts of the Stockbridge Tigers’ playoff past.
The quarterfinal playoff game between Eagle’s Landing Christian and Mount Paran proves just how much the high school football landscape can change in a year’s time.
Stockbridge’s undefeated season ends in loss in third round against Glynn Academy
Recaps from the Elite Eight round of the GHSA football playoffs.
Eagle’s Landing Christian is used to having big signing classes, but this year’s graduating class could celebrate many more athletes than the school is accustomed to.
Hampton High School may have just opened its doors last year, but it’s already had plenty to celebrate.
Lawrence University freshman quarterback Ryan Butterfield picked up a national football honor when he was named Rookie of the Week by USA College Football Wednesday.