The Commerce High Schools boys’ and girls’ track teams finished third at last week’s meet at North Oconee High School.
The girls scored 29 points, finishing 11 points behind second-place finisher Winder-Barrow. [Full Story »]
By Chris Hamby (Correspondent)
Commerce baseball coach Steve Cotrell said before his team’s game against East Jackson last Tuesday (Feb. 28) that his young squad has a learning curve this year.
Well, that learning curve might not as big as one might think.
Ty Davis threw a one-hitter and Commerce jumped on the Eagles for five runs in the bottom of the first inning and never looked back in defeating East Jackson 11-1 in five innings.
Commerce plated 10 batters in the first inning for those five runs. Cole Chancey led the game off with a double and the rout was on.
See more on this story in the March 8 edition of The Jackson Herald.
Heading into last weekend’s Panther Invitational at Jackson County, Commerce wrestling head coach Kendall Love said he knew finishing in the top-5 was going to be a tough task in the 21-team field. [Full Story »]