The latest on youth sports, high school as well college and the pros.
Milton's NFL Play 60 flag football and cheerleading summer/fall league will be presented by former pro running back and Milton resident Tim Lester.
Priority registration for Alpharetta and returning Milton residents for youth soccer and lacrosse programs started on Tuesday.
Due to the planned expansion project at Bell Memorial Park, the upcoming season will be split between several locations.
Milton's NFL Play 60 flag football and cheerleading summer and fall league will be presented by former pro running back Tim Lester.
The league will kick off on Aug. 17 at Hopewell Middle School and is open to children in grades second through seventh.
Both the University of Georgia and Georgia Tech have alums who are good shots to win this weekend's U.S. Open at Pinehurst, NC. Who do you think will snag the title?
The Cambridge High School band program held a golf tournament last week and raised over $8,000, which will be used to fund its trip to play in the London New Year's Day Parade in 2015.
The program saw "unprecedented growth" for the 2014 spring season, with 10 teams and 200 players in grades 2 to 8 who will feed into the Milton High School boys lacrosse program.
The competition is open for children ages 4 to 12, and the derby will be on Saturday, June 7.
The Legacy Lacrosse Cup honors Parker Jackson, a Milton High lacrosse player who was killed in a car accident in 2006.
The Heads Up Football Moms Clinic will be held Tuesday evening at Kings Ridge Christian School.
The 7th annual Legacy Lacrosse Cup tournament will be played on fields at Kings Ridge, Alpharetta North Park, Cambridge and Milton high schools.
The upcoming weekend series is part of a recently established partnership between the Alpharetta Lacrosse Club and University of Georgia Lacrosse.
Northview High's Cindy Brogdon is among Friday night's induction class of six, including former Braves' owner Ted Turner, baseball great John Smoltz, and Heisman Trophy winner George Rogers.
Georgia's 2014 class ranked from seventh to 12th nationally.
Prospects like Lorenzo Carter of Norcross, Wesley Green of ML King and Elisa Shaw of Tucker are among those yet to decide.
Catch a glimpse of Douglasville's Elana Meyers and Peachtree City's Kyle Carr.
Five-Star prospect Lorenzo Carter was one of the five players to visit Athens this weekend.
Georgia will be well-represented in Super Bowl XLVIII.
Parents who register multiple children will get a discount.