• Young Harris bats sizzle in doubleheader sweep

    Young Harris softball

    Young Harris College collected 29 hits as the sixth-ranked Mountain Lions swept a softball non-conference doubleheader from No. 25 University of Alabama in Huntsville at Bob Jones High School Wednesday afternoon, March 11. The Mountain Lions won the opener 12-11 before scoring 10 unanswered runs in the nightcap to take a 10-3 win. Young Harris […]

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  • YHC lacrosse’s Meyers, Valvo honored by GSC

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    Young Harris College women’s lacrosse players Maddy Meyers and Aubrie Valvo earned weekly honors from the Gulf South Conference. For the second week in a row, Myers was honored as the league’s Defensive Player of the Week, while Valvo was selected as the GSC’s Freshman of the Week. Meyers, a freshman goalie from Marietta, Georgia, […]

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  • YHC women’s lacrosse falls 13-12 at Lenoir-Ryne

    Young Harris Lacrosse YHC

    Alyssa Sack scored six goals, including the game-winner, as Lenoir-Ryne University rallied for a 13-12 women’s lacrosse victory against Young Harris College on Monday evening, March 9, at Moretz Stadium in Hickory, N.C. The Bears improved to 4-2, while the Mountain Lions fell to 3-4. Young Harris lacrosse returns to action Wednesday, March 11, at […]

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  • Young Harris softball sweeps doubleheader

    Young Harris Softball Shope

    Haylie Shope picked up two wins and Jill Torres drove in six runs as the sixth-ranked Young Harris College softball team swept a doubleheader from Emmanuel (Ga.) College on Sunday afternoon, March 8, at E.D. Rivers Field. The Mountain Lions improved to 17-3, while the Lions fell to 9-9. Young Harris travels to Huntsville, Alabama, Wednesday, […]

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  • Young Harris softball sweeps home doubleheader

    Young Harris Softball Shope

    Young Harris College collected 23 hits and scored in every inning but one as the sixth-ranked Mountain Lions claimed 14-0 and 12-1 home wins against Shaw University on Saturday, March 7, at E.D. Rivers Field. Both games were decided in five innings. The Mountain Lions improved to 15-3, while the Bears fell to 3-12. Young […]

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  • Young Harris men’s tennis beaten by Bellarmine

    YHC Mountain Lions

    Bellarmine University held off Young Harris College 4-3 in a non-conference men’s tennis match Friday afternoon, March 6, at the Bob & Gayle Nichols Tennis Complex. The Knights improved to 5-3, while the Mountain Lions fell to 5-4. Young Harris hosts Southern Wesleyan University in a noon match Saturday, March 7. Bellarmine captured the doubles […]

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  • Young Harris women’s tennis falls to Bellarmine

    YHC Mountain Lions

    Bellarmine University recorded a 5-2 non-conference women’s tennis victory against Young Harris College on Friday, March 6, at the Bob & Gayle Nichols Tennis Complex. The Knights improved to 9-0, while the Mountain Lions fell to 5-6. Young Harris will host Southern Wesleyan University in a noon match Saturday, March 7. Bellarmine took the doubles […]

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  • Mountain Lions women’s lacrosse defeats Catawba College

    Young Harris Lacrosse YHC

    Young Harris College scored 14 goals in the second half as the Mountain Lions rallied for a 16-11 non-conference women’s lacrosse victory against Catawba College on Friday, March 6, at the YHC Soccer and Lacrosse Field. The Mountain Lions leveled their record at 3-3, while the Indians fell to 1-5. Young Harris travels to Hickory, […]

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  • YHC’s Huffman, White honored at Peach Belt awards

    YHC Mountain Lions

    Young Harris College women’s basketball’s Lindsey Huffman and Niaya White were honored by the Peach Belt Conference at its basketball tournament banquet Friday evening, March 6. Huffman was named the Peach Belt Coach of the Year, while White was selected to the All-PBC third team. Huffman took over a Young Harris program this season and won as […]

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  • YHC’s Brian Harper named all-conference second team

    YHC Mountain Lions

    Young Harris College men’s basketball player Brian Harper was named to the All-Peach Belt Conference second team at the PBC Tournament banquet Friday evening, March 6. This is the second-consecutive year the senior 5-foot-9 guard from Memphis, Tennessee, had been named to the all-conference team. Harper led the Mountain Lions with 18.5 points per game, 231 […]

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  • YHC women’s basketball falls to Lander in PBC tourney quarters

    YHC Women's Basketball

    The Young Harris College women’s basketball team’s first appearance in the Peach Belt Conference tournament came to an end Wednesday, March 4, with a 66-50 loss to top-seeded Lander University in the quarterfinals at Finis Horne Arena in Greenwood, South Carolina. The eight-seeded Mountain Lions were led by freshman Carly Winters, who scored 19 points […]

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  • Mountain Lions softball ranked sixth in latest NFCA poll

    YHC Softball

    The Young Harris College softball team fell to No. 6 in this week’s National Fastpitch Coaches Association NCAA Division II Top 25 poll. The Mountain Lions, who had spent the past two weeks at the top spot, went 1-3 last week. They split a pair of games against then-20th-ranked Lenoir-Rhyne University and lost twice to […]

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  • Mountain Lions sweep weekly Gulf South women’s lacrosse awards

    YHC Mountain Lions

    Young Harris College swept the weekly Gulf South Conference’s women’s lacrosse honors, it was announced Tuesday, March 3. Mary Deatrick was named Player of the Week, while Maddy Meyers was named both the Defensive Player of the Week and the Freshman of the Week. Deatrick, a senior midfielder from Marietta, Georgia, scored six goals and had […]

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  • Oaks, Hampton named to Region 8-A All-Region Team

    Two members of the Towns County High football team have been named to the Region 8-A All-Region Team for the 2019 season. The team members are voted on by the region coaches. Junior wideout Garrett Oaks was named to the first team for his performance this season, while junior tight end Reece Hampton was named […]

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  • New regions set for 2020-22 school years

    Regions

    There will be new school regions across north Georgia when the 2020-21 school year begins. The appeal process for schools wishing to change regions or classifications within the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) was completed Tuesday, Nov. 19, and many area schools will soon see new foes in new places during the 2020 through 2022 […]

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  • Union girls take down Towns in Hiawassee

    Union Co Towns Co

    From the opening tip Tuesday night in Hiawassee, it was clear that the Union Co. girls basketball team was intent on putting the home team Lady Indians away early. The end result was a 70-34 Lady Panthers win in their first game of the season. Towns Co. (2-1) was led by 5-foot-10 point guard Kennedi […]

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