Monday, August 20, 2012
How to make sure your sports teams are highlighted on Cascade Patch.
If you are a member of a fall sports team, Cascade Patch wants to hear from you. Whether you're a player, a member of the booster club, a coach or even a vendor, Patch is the place for you. We are not just a news portal, but more of a community hub for you, your family and your friends. But, we can't do it without your support. Here's how you and your sports team can get the most out of Tucker Patch: 1. Start a blog about your sports team: Here you can talk about your highs and lows, players that stand out, coaches you love, and more, including what's going on in the sports world outside of Caascade. Blogs are not subject to the same content editing as articles. For the most part, it's your style, your say, your way. 2. Upload pictures of …
Saturday, November 5, 2011
Mays High School beat Chamblee High last night. The southwest Atlanta squad is now heading to the playoffs with an 8-2 record.
Mays High School beat Chamblee High last night. The southwest Atlanta squad is now heading to the playoffs with an 8-2 record. For Friday's advance report on the game, see Mays and Westlake High Schools Aim To Close Out Football Season In Style. For the latest southwest Atlanta sports news, watch for reports from Cascade Patch sports correspondent Rory Sharrock.
Friday, November 4, 2011
Raiders prep for playoffs, clinch No. 3 seed with win over Chamblee; Lions look to finish at .500 versus Langston Hughes.
As the curtain falls on another high school football season, one team in the neighborhood is preparing for an encore performance, while the other hopes to bow out gracefully with a standing applause in their final act. Tonight, Mays High School (7-2) suits up for the finale of the 2011 regular season with their playoff position in tact and hopes of maintaining its hold on a No. 3 seed. The Raiders will clinch this spot with a win over visiting Chamblee at Lakewood Stadium. Game time is slated for 8 p.m. Mays looks to bounce back after being blanked on the road at Marist 24-0, which dropped it to third place in Region 6-AAAA. Outside of its two losses versus top-10 programs Tucker and Marist, Mays has dominated the competition in 2011. The …