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Wednesday was college signing day for the Darlington wrestling team and during the ceremony: Dalton Blankenship signed with Davidson College, Colton Woods signed with the U.S. Air Force Academy, Tyler Ingram signed with Rhinehart College and Rhett McDurmon signed with Washington & Lee University.
Harbor House says thanks to Berry baseball: From Executive Director Joe Costolnick: “On behalf of the Harbor House Board of Directors, staff, volunteers, clients, and the law enforcement and DFCS agencies that we serve, I would like to say thank you and express our gratitude to Berry College and the Berry College Viking Baseball Team for hosting their annual charity fundraiser game on March 23 to support Harbor House! I would also like to especially thank Coach David Beasley for dedicating himself to the planning, promoting, and coordinating efforts that went into making this event such a success. I would also like to say thank you to the players, parents, students, faculty, and fans that came out to watch the game and purchase a T-shirt in support of Harbor House. We could not provide the much needed and important services to the children of this community without amazing people like you. We are humbled to be able to serve the children of this community, and are so grateful to have such overwhelming and strong support from generous and caring people like you! Thank you all so very much, and Go Vikings!”
Model 8, Cedartown 6. Watch the Facebook video from WGAA
Darlington at Bowdon,
Mount Bethel at Armuchee, 5 p.m.
Bowdon at Darlington
Model at Armuchee, 5 p.m.
Rockmart at Pepperell, 5 p.m.
Dade County at Coosa, 5 p.m.
Rome at Sandy Creek, 1 p.m., double header
The YMCA Arsenal Rome Select soccer teams went undefeated at 7-0 this weekend to establish an 11-2-1 overall record.
- The G’06 C-West beat AFC Troup county 2-1 and Roswell Santos 4-2. Their 2-0-1 record and 12 points puts them in 3rdplace.
- The B’06 Blue beat Alpharetta’s Ambush Grey 1-0 on a PK by Matteo Trujillo. That puts them in a tie for 2ndplace.
- The B’05 I defeated Savannah United Premier at home under the lights 3-0. Yejezkel Parada made 2 crosses to Steven Villatoro to put away. Parada also scored unassisted. Goalkeeper Jason Cux had 2 saves. On Sunday afternoon the team defeated CFC Red Star Elite at home 2-0. Gavyn Williams earned an assist with a pass to Tyler Garrett who scored. Williams later got his own goal via PK. Cux had 4 saves. The team has a record of 5-2 and is currently leading the Classic First Division with 25 points. Arsenal will return to action in 2 weeks with an away game at Bryson Park Soccer Club in Lawrenceville.
- The B’04 Blue beat UFA Norcross Gold 9-0 and North Atlanta SA’s Select 4-0 to take sole possession of 1stplace.
- The YMCA Rome Arsenal Academy teams hosted Metro Atlanta’s Cobb YMCA on Saturday and posted a 2-1 record giving them a season record of 8-19-1. Next weekend they travel to Chattanooga.
- The B’08 lost to Mays 5-0.
- The B’07beat MAYS Striker Blue 4-0 with scoring from Klae Theakston (1 goal, 1 assist), Giovani Echanique (1 goal, 2 assists), John Myles Mason, and Eduardo Guijosa. Then they beat MAYS Striker White 3-1 with 2 goals from Theakston and 1 from Ethan Thoem.
- Compiled by Roy Dickinson
April 27: Rome High School hosts the Wolf Nation 5K and 1 Mile Race. Last year, 260 runners took part. This year, the 5K will start at 7:30 a.m. and the 1-Mile race at 8:15 a.m.
MARCH MADNESS. For more, please see the NCAA’s home page. March Madness
|Sweet 16, Thursday, March 28|
|Florida State vs. Gonzaga||March Madness Live||7:09 pm||CBS||Anaheim, CA|
|Purdue vs. Tennessee||March Madness Live||7:29 pm||TBS||Louisville, KY|
|Texas Tech vs. Michigan||March Madness Live||9:39 pm||CBS||Anaheim, CA|
|Oregon vs. Virginia||March Madness Live||9:57 pm||TBS||Louisville, KY|
|Sweet 16, Friday, March 29|
|LSU vs. Michigan State||March Madness Live||7:09 pm||CBS||Washington, D.C.|
|Auburn vs. North Carolina||March Madness Live||7:29 pm||TBS||Kansas City, MO|
|Virginia Tech vs. Duke||March Madness Live||9:39 pm||CBS||Washington, D.C.|
|Houston vs. Kentucky||March Madness Live||9:57 pm||TBS||Kansas City, MO|
|Saturday, March 30|
|West Regional Final||March Madness Live||6:00 pm or 8:30 pm||TBS||Anaheim, CA|
|South Regional Final||March Madness Live||6:00 pm or 8:30 pm||TBS||Louisville, KY|
|Sunday, March 31|
|East Regional Final||March Madness Live||2:00 pm or 4:55 pm||CBS||Washington, D.C.|
|Midwest Regional Final||March Madness Live||2:00 pm or 4:55 pm||CBS||Kansas City, MO|
|Saturday, April 6|
|Final Four||March Madness Live||6:00 pm||CBS||Minneapolis, MN|
|Final Four||March Madness Live||8:30 pm||CBS||Minneapolis, MN|