Scott Rouch

Stories by Scott Rouch

Friday, Jan. 23, 2015

Lady Warriors topple rival

GROVETOWN - The Grovetown girls dominated on the glass and got shots to fall, downing Greenbrier 61-46 in a key Region 2-AAAAA matchup.
By Scott Rouch

Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015

Wolfpack sweep county swimming crowns

There was little room between the top teams at the Columbia County Swimming Championships all night, and in the end it was the Greenbrier boys and girls sweeping to the county crown.
By Scott Rouch

Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015

Warriors turn in repeat performance at championships

Grovetown - The trophy for winning the Columbia County Wrestling Championship didn't go far Tuesday night.
By Scott Rouch

Monday, Jan. 19, 2015

Fire damages Columbia County structures

A Columbia County man escaped unharmed when his outbuilding and house caught on fire during a controlled burn in the backyard.
By Scott Rouch

Friday, Jan. 16, 2015

Third-quarter run propels Harlem

HARLEM - Rayshun Morris missed his last two shots of the third quarter, but he didn't miss many else as he jump started a Harlem 12-0 run in the period against Jefferson County on Friday night.
By Scott Rouch

Augusta Christian standout signs golf scholarship

Sarah Harrison has signed to play women's golf with Seminole State College (Sanford, Fla.).
By Scott Rouch

Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015

Troxler leaving Greenbrier for Thomson

Jarrett Troxler left Greenbrier after one year as its football coach, heading to become an assistant at Thomson High School.
By Scott Rouch

Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2015

Lions fall short in overtime

The Augusta Christian Lions lost 62-61 to Cardinal Newman in overtime Tuesday night while the Lady Lions fell 60-34 to the Lady Cardinals.
By Scott Rouch

Friday, Jan. 9, 2015

Greenbrier girls hold off Grovetown

Greenbrier girls, Grovetown boys win their region matchups on Friday night.
By Scott Rouch

Thursday, Jan. 8, 2015

Evans boys, Lakeside girls dominate meet

The Evans boys and Lakeside girls had impressive showings in their return to the water in Thursday's triple dual meet at the Augusta Aquatic Center.
By Scott Rouch

Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015

Lakeside girls rally to stun Evans

The Lakeside Lady Panthers overcame a five-point deficit with 20 seconds remaining in regulation, winning in overtime, 51-46 over Evans.
By Scott Rouch

Saturday, Jan. 3, 2015

Cross Creek sweeps in region opener

The Cross County girls opened up region play with a 43-39 victory over Grovetown.
By Scott Rouch

Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014

Early games provide excitement at Monterrey Christmas Classic

Tuesday's undercard of the Monterrey's Christmas Tournament at Evans High School provided some excitement on the final day.
By Scott Rouch

Saturday, Dec. 27, 2014

Thoroughbreds boys escape in final seconds

With a flurry of activity, South Aiken was able to overcome Evans in the final seconds, escaping with a 42-39 win Saturday nigh in the Monterrey Christmas Classic at Evans High School
By Scott Rouch

Aquinas rallies for victory

Aquinas overcame a four-point deficit in the fourth quarter to beat Grovetown 67-62 in the Monterrey Holiday Classic
By Scott Rouch

Monday, Dec. 22, 2014

Bowles named boys cross country runner of the year

Christian Bowles finished no worse than fifth in seven races leading up to the Georgia High School Association Class AAAAA state boys championship.
By Scott Rouch

Sunday, Dec. 21, 2014

Lakeside sophomore runs away with honor

Lakeside High School's Alyssa Hooker was named The Augusta Chronicle's girls cross country runner of the year.
By Scott Rouch

Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014

Evans has four champions en route to wrestling title

With coaches wanting to forgo the standard dual competition, Evans High School played host to the Evans Traditional Black and Gold Tournament on Saturday.
By Scott Rouch

Friday, Dec. 19, 2014

Harlem prevails in dramatic fashion

HARLEM - Torien Beard scored Harlem last nine points of a frenetic 63-61 win over Grovetown on Friday night.
By Scott Rouch

Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014

Columbia County Alternative School holds winter graduation

Twenty students got their high school diplomas as a part of Columbia County Alternative School's Save our Seniors program.
By Scott Rouch
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