Little Leaguers finish second in regional

Little Leaguers finish second in regional

Peachtree City’s Little League squad reached the final round of the Southeast Regional this week, falling to the championship team from North Carolina. This is the third straight year Peachtree City has represented Georgia in the regional in Warner Robins. After capturing the state title early last week with a win over Cartersville in the […]

Fun community meeting

Fun community meeting

Members of the Sandy Creek Youth Association’s 9U Jr. Patriots recently received a tour of the fire station on Jenkins Road during a breakfast meeting. A local Waffle House restaurant prepared a meal for the players and the firefighters at the facility. Coach Fason’s squad is pictured with Waffle House manager Cearis Driskell and fire […]

Gearing up for fall

Gearing up for fall

In preparation for the upcoming season, the McIntosh cross-country team hosted its first summer camp in Helen where the team bonded over activities such as trail running, bowling, tubing, and hosting an outdoor cookout. Coaches Jason Newton and Emily Borsare are optimistic about the season ahead, with the boys team currently first and the girls […]

On the mound in Japan

On the mound in Japan

Exactly a decade after his baseball career at Fayette County High came to an end, David Buchanan is taking the mound in 2017 nearly 7,000 miles from Fayetteville. The righthander signed a one-year contract last winter with the Tokyo Yakult Swallows of Nippon Professional Baseball’s Central League after seven years in the Philadelphia Phillies organization, […]

Coffee shines at golf tourney

Coffee shines at golf tourney

Connor Coffee of Peachtree City, a rising sophomore at Kennesaw State University, placed second out of 144 players in the recent Georgia Amateur Championship. He shot scores of 69-69-65-66 for a total of 15 under par. The tournament was held at West Lake Golf Club in Augusta. Bobby Jones won the first Georgia Amateur Championship […]

Basketball camp for kids at Kedron

Basketball camp for kids at Kedron

The Kedron Kids Basketball Camp is for boys and girls 6-10 years of age who want to have fun and learn about basketball. It is designed to teach campers the “right” way to play. Improving, learning the fundamentals and having fun are the objectives of this camp. Campers will learn ball handling, triple threat, passing, […]

Camp designed for young ballers

Camp designed for young ballers

Children 4-6 years of age are eligible for the Kedron Little Hipsters Basketball Camp. It is designed to help them learn and develop skills that will make them successful in basketball and other sports. There will be activities and games as well as instruction on the game of basketball. Each element of the camp is […]

Tennis center to get USTA grant

Tennis center to get USTA grant

The United States Tennis Association announced July 10, through its USTA Facility Assistance Program, that it has awarded a $10,000 grant to Peachtree City Tennis Center. The grant will be used for the resurfacing of six existing 78-foot indoor tennis courts, complete with the installation of blended 36-foot and 60-foot tennis playing lines, and sidewalk […]

Running with the elites

Running with the elites

The Peachtree City Running Club had a strong showing at the 48th running of the AJC Peachtree Road Race, the world’s largest 10K, with two charter buses full of runners making the early morning July 4 trip up to Atlanta along with numerous families and individuals taking their own cars. McIntosh senior Vladimir Zander-Velloso, pictured […]

Former Panther signs minor league deal

Former Panther signs minor league deal

It has been a whirlwind month for Artemis Kadkhodaian. The former Starr’s Mill baseball standout, who graduated in the spring from the University of West Georgia, signed a minor league contract June 30 with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim as an undrafted free agent. The signing took place at the Angels’ minor league facility […]

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