Al Yauck has seen many great victories over his 14-year career as the Oconee County High School varsity wrestling coach.
The Westminster Christian Academy Lady Lions bounced back after a weekend loss to Lake Oconee County with a win over Trinity Prep in the first region game of the year last Tuesday night.
If there was anything to take away from last Friday’s game between the girls basketball teams at Athens Academy and Prince Avenue Christian School, it’s that the Lady Spartans accomplished one of their regular goals.
Oconee County High School students returned to start second semester classes on Tuesday, Jan. 5, and many of them had their fill once the school day ended. The boys’ basketball team returned later that night to play Cross Keys High School, and the Warriors won 61-21.
After a delayed start, the Prince Avenue Christian Lady Wolverines got a win in their first game of 2021 last Friday over Athens Christian Academy, 69-22.
The player that coach Travis Noland called Oconee County’s greatest success story will begin his college football career as a Virginia Tech Hokie over a year after his graduation from Oconee County High School.