Several high school sporting events scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday have been postponed or canceled because of forecasted snow.
Bibb County and Houston County has postponed all athletics events scheduled for Tuesday. Bibb County has also postponed events scheduled for Wednesday.
Mount de Sales has called off all athletics activity Tuesday, including its basketball doubleheader with Tattnall Square.
Stratford moved its games with Westfield from Tuesday to Saturday. Westfield has canceled its scheduled games Saturday against Crisp Academy.
Bleckley County and Taylor County have rescheduled their games scheduled Tuesday to Feb. 8. Lamar County and Putnam County will also play on Feb. 8 after canceling their game Tuesday.
Jones Countys game with Twiggs County is canceled.
Brentwoods game at Edmund Burke on Tuesday has been rescheduled for Feb. 5 at 6 p.m.
FPD canceled a wrestling meet scheduled for Tuesday.
Hawkinsville keeps rolling
The Hawkinsville boys basketball team picked up a big GHSA Region 4-A victory Saturday, going on the road to defeat first-place Dooly County 62-58.
Hawkinsville fell behind by nine in the first quarter but slowly chipped away at Dooly Countys lead, outscoring Dooly County 19-14 in the final quarter.
It was the first loss in region play and second overall for Dooly County (16-2, 9-1 region).
Three played scored in double figures for Hawkinsville, led by Ditalion Williams with 19 points.
Hawkinsville added a 63-44 victory over Marion County on Monday to improve to 14-4, 8-2 in the region. Entering the game, Marion County was tied with Hawkinsville for second place in the region. Thaddeus Ates was Hawkinsvilles top scorer in that game with 14 points.
Katyln Moseley passed the 1,000-point mark for her Westfield career Saturday in just her junior season.
Moseley scored 11 points in the Hornets 56-50 loss to Crisp Academy. She is averaging 13.6 points per game for the 12-4 Hornets.
Moseleys season-high scoring output came against Masters Academy with 25 points. She scored 23 against Deerfield-Windsor and Griffin and 20 against Briarwood.
Keeping the streak going
The Mount de Sales girls swimming team might have a new head coach, but the Cavaliers just keep on winning.
And they will try to continue their GISA championship streak this weekend as they go for their fifth straight title.
Mary McMahons first team at Mount de Sales is led by senior captains Kike Afolabi-Brown, Madison Kosater, Corley Peth and Florie Santos. The Cavaliers won four local invitationals this year and finished second at the Atlanta Girls School Invitational, as well.
Mount de Sales alums Abby Dalton and Lindsey Knott of the Georgia College soccer team has been named National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-Region scholar-athletes.
Dalton, a junior forward, holds a 3.46 overall GPA and is majoring in athletic training. She was second-team all-Peach Belt pick and third-team All-Southeast Region for the 2013 season.
Knott, a junior midfielder, has a 3.83 in biology. She started 11 games and had a goal and assist.
This is the first major academic honor of this type given to a Bobcats soccer athlete since 2010.
The award is based on a combination of being a top student as well as upper-level performer on the field. Athletes must be at least a junior with a minimum 3.3 GPA and start at least 50 percent of their career games. National selection committees from all the levels of Scholar All-America teams vote on the nominees.
Players from Columbus State, Emory, Piedmont, Armstrong Atlantic State, Thomas, SCAD-Savannah and Berry were named to the team.
Grace Tinkey is off to quite a start in the indoor track and field season.
The FPD grad and Furman freshman won the 5,000-meter race at the Emory Indoor Invitational on Sunday in Birmingham, Ala., and set a track record in the process.
Tinkey ran a 17:02.99, topping teammate Allie Buchalski by about 22 seconds.
Tinkey and the Paladins are back in action on Friday at the Bob Pollock Invitational at Clemson.
Javon Dawson is helping Jacksonville try to keep pace in A-Sun basketball.
The senior from Crisp County leads the Dolphins with 7.1 rebounds a game, good for fourth in the conference. He is fourth on the Dolphins with 8.4 points a game and third with 28.8 minutes a game.
Dawson and the Dolphins (8-12, 4-5) return to Middle Georgia when Jacksonville visits Mercer on March 1 in the regular-season finale.
Compiled by Jonathan Heeter, Ron Seibel, Daniel Shirley and Michael A. Lough.