It's been a fairy tale season for the East Forsyth Broncos after the team 'bucked' the odds to make it to the playoffs for the first time in program history. We're celebrating the major achievement by naming them the High 5 Sports Team of the Week.
A group of lions is called a pride, and the Peachtree Ridge High School Lions have a lot to be proud of after starting the season off with the best record in school history.
The Cardinals of Osborne High School are flying high with an undefeated season, and now they're High 5 Sports' Team of the Week.
Newton High School turned up to cheer on the Rams and celebrate being named High 5 Sports' Team of the Week.
The Wildcats of Dunwoody High School are on fire with an undefeated season so far. After a nail-biting win last Friday, there's no better time to name them the High 5 Sports Team of the Week.
The energy the McDonough War Hawk's have had so far this season has led them to their first 3-0 start in team's history. They brought that energy to a big pep rally where they were named the High 5 Sports Team of the Week.
The Yellow Jackets of Sprayberry High School is undefeated so far, and High 5 Sports is celebrating with them by hosting an epic pep rally.
That roaring you hear from Duluth is the Wildcats celebrating a record of 2 and 0 so far this season. Now they've got another thing to cheer about after they were named our High 5 Sports Team of the Week.
After coming off a big upset win in the first round of the playoffs last week, it seems only natural that the Colonels of Cass High School should be our final High 5 Sports Team of the Week for the year.
The High 5 Sports Team of the Week was McIntosh High School. They are in the playoffs for the first time in five years. They took on another team also who have not made the playoffs in the hot minute, the Chamblee Bulldogs.
The Chief of McIntosh High School are in the playoffs for the first time in five years. They'll be taking on the Chamblee Bulldogs on Saturday, but before they do, we've got a big, golden trophy to hand off to them.
The fifth-ranked Gainesville Red Elephants won their region last Friday night with a stirring comeback to beat North Forsyth at City Park. Now, they're on the brink of their first undefeated regular season since 2009. They took on Jackson County Friday.
The Carrollton Trojans are the High 5 Sports Team of the Week after beating Westlake last Friday night to win the AAAAAAA Region 2 title.
In A D1 Region 8, the 8-0 Wildcats are on top after a big win over Elbert County last week. Rabun County has registered double-digit win totals for 7 years running, but they've never won a state championship. New head Coach Mike Davis is hoping that drought ends this year. This is why they were the High 5 Sports Team of the Week.
The Rabun County Wildcats have been collecting win after win this season. Now they're accepting another honor as High 5 Sports Team of the Week.
Hiram takes on the 7th-ranked Purple Hurricanes from the Hornets Nest. Some incredible AAAAA Region 7 action.
Coach Pete Fominaya said his team has exceeded his expectations time after time this season.
The Longhorns were up in Cumming where the Forsyth Central Bulldogs were waiting.
Flag football is growing in Georgia. It's the second year of flag football at Milton High School.
Celebrating the High 5 Sports Team of the Week is the 5-0 Bulldogs under first-year head coach Niketa Battle---the long-time head man at Mays. Let's see if those dapper Dawgs could remain undefeated