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State Playoffs
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Date
News
Apr. 2
Click HERE to download the 2015 Wolf Classic Golf Tournament Form.
Feb. 10
John Reid named seventh head football coach at Rome High.
Dec. 26
Click HERE to see the RN-T All Area offensive team selections. 
Click HERE to see the RN-T All Area defensive team selections.
 Dec. 25
 Jai Creamer named 2nd team All-State by Georgia Sportswriters Association.
July 16
See our new Historical Information buttons on the bottom left column of this page.
July 16
Live game scoring and stat information will be available on our Twitter and Facebook feeds during each game.

2015 Football Schedule        Rome High Team #24

 Date
 Opponent
 2014
Record
2014
Result
 Site
Time
Result/Record
Aug. 21
at Villa Rica
5-AAAAA
5-5/4-5
L 28-26
Villa Rica
Sam McIntyre Stadium
7:30 pm
Aug. 28
 Open
N/A
 
N/A
 
Sept. 4
Newton
2-AAAAAA
7-4/3-2
DNP
Rome
Barron Stadium
7:30 pm
Sept. 11
at Cambridge
7B-AAAAA
7-3/5-3
L 38-21
Milton
CHS Stadium
7:30 pm
Sept. 18
Creekview
7A-AAAAA
6-5/6-2
L 42-39
Rome
Barron Stadium
7:30 pm 
Sept. 25
Open
N/A
N/A
N/A
Oct.
2
at River Ridge
7A-AAAAA
3-7/3-5
W 62-26
Woodstock
River Ridge Stadium
7:30 pm
Oct.
9
at Dalton
7A-AAAAA
9-3/7-1
L 63-17
Dalton
Harmon Field
Bill Chappell Stadium
7:30 pm
Oct. 16
Woodland
7A-AAAAA
0-10/0-8 
W 38-10
Rome
Barron Stadium
7:30 pm 
Oct. 23
at Sequoyah
7A-AAAAA
6-6/5-3
L 38-21
Canton
Skip Pope Stadium  
7:30 pm
Oct. 30
Cass
7A-AAAAA
5-5/4-4
L 24-21
Rome
Barron Stadium
7:30 pm
Nov. 6
Region Play-In
Opponent TBD
7B-AAAAA
TBD
W 54-21 
(North Springs)
Rome
Barron Stadium
7:30 pm 

ICYMI:  Listen to Coach John Reid from Thursday morning on Hometown Headlines Radio Edition.  (Interview courtesy John Druckenmiller.)

0:00/12:03

John Reid
named seventh
Rome High
Head Football Coach

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
February 10, 2015

Rome High School announces the hiring of John Reid as the seventh head football coach in school history.]

Reid holds a career record of 119-41 (74%) and has a reputation for revitalizing football programs.  He comes to Rome from Tift County High School in Tifton. 

While there from 2012-14, Reid oversaw the rebuilding of the football program from grades six through 12.  Included in the project was updating equipment, re-organizing the booster club, building team facilities and improving the on-field product.  Prior to Reid’s arrival, the Blue Devils had not enjoyed a winning season since 2008.  Under Reid’s leadership, Tift County improved from 2-8 in 2012 to 5-5 in 2013 and 7-4 in 2014.   Along the way, his freshman and junior varsity teams recorded winning seasons for the first time in 20 and 10 years respectively and defeated south Georgia powers Valdosta and Lowndes County for the first time in school history.

Before Tift County, Reid assembled a 60-15 record over six years at East Paulding.  During his time there, Reid led the Raiders to three region runner-up titles and one region title.  In playoff competition, East Paulding reached the quarterfinals three times and the semi-finals once.  Against Rome High, Reid is 3-0 with a 27-3 first-round playoff victory at Barron Stadium in 2006 and region wins in 2008 and 2009. 

At Alcoa High School in Alcoa, Tennessee, Reid’s 2004 and 2005 teams claimed state championships.  The program continued winning after his departure.  His sixth grade class of 2004 won state titles in every year of competition from 2004 to 2010.

Reid, a winner of multiple coaching awards from various organizations, holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana.  He and his wife Julie have been married 27 years.  They have a son and two daughters:  Colton, a First Lieutenant in the United States Air Force; Kiersten, a basketball coach at Columbus State University; and Courtney, a junior at Kennesaw State University.

Congratulations, Desmond!  Kennesaw State bound.

Pictured are George Johnson (from left), Desmond Johnson Sr., Desmond Johnson Jr., Laura Bullock, Thomas Byington and William Byington. Standing are Franco Perkins (from left), Ellis Carter Jr., Amy Shattuck, Evelyn Stubbs, Debora Stocks, Beverly Montgomery and Will Byington.

Photo Courtesy Jim Alred of the Rome News-Tribune.  Read his story HERE.

Wolves combine to re-write passing record book

20 Jai Creamer, WR, Jr.


School Records


1,500 Career Reception Yards

17 Career Touchdown Receptions


1,240 Reception Yards in a Season

71 Receptions in a Season


207 Reception Yards in a Game

13 Receptions in a Game

3 Touchdown Receptions in a Game

Photo courtesy Cameron Flaish/RHS Photo.

5 Josh Perkins, QB, Sr.


School Records


3,203 Career Passing Yards

28 Career Touchdown Passes

2,297 Season Passing Yards
22 Touchdown Passes in a Season

388 Passing Yards in a Game
47 Passing Attempts in a Game
33 Passing Completions in a Game
4 Touchdown Passes in a Game