Ashley Brown, Sports Columnist
Sports Columnist - Ashley, or “A.B.” as he is known, was born and raised in the Augusta Area, graduating from Lakeside High School in 1989. Ten years later, he was invited back to give the Commencement Address at the School’s Graduation Ceremony. He attended Columbus State University on a basketball scholarship. Following his college career, he moved back to Augusta and began a career as a radio talk show host that lasted for 21 years. He has also written more than 2,000 columns for local publications and serves as the color analyst for WJBF’s Game Night Live Football Broadcast. “A.B.” resides in Evans with his wife, Rebecca and children, John Chandler and Kendall.
Legendary Coach Reaches Milestone When I think of Harlem, I do not think of Laurel and Hard. I think of Jimmie Lewis - the legendary baseball...
Mason Short doesn't live up to his last name. He's already a big standout at Evans High School who already has college coaches looking at him - and he's only a freshman.
Team Georgia finally brought the paddle back to their side of the river with a win over Team South Carolina in Border Bowl IX.
Grovetown tops the list of area basketball teams thus far.
Ashley Brown highlights the defensive standouts from around the CSRA before naming his coach and player of the year.
Ashley Brown highlights the top performers in prep football from around the CSRA, naming a select few to his all-area team.
Grovetown Junior Malik Ferguson is currently averaging 12.8 points per game and poured in a season-high 23 in a recent win over Solid Rock Academy.
The Jags have gotten out of the gate quickly this season and currently stand at 7-0. In the latest NABC National Rankings, Augusta University sits at No. 8 in the country.