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ELCA, Dutchtown, Woodland lay it on thick during Week One action
Recap of Week One of the 2015 football season
While you were out watching a movie or having dinner Saturday night, nine local cross-country teams were getting ready to conquer the two-mile course at Locust Grove High for their first race of the year.
Late-game touchdown buoys Stockbridge over Central-Phenix City
The Tigers played a tight game when they hosted Central-Phenix City (Ala.) Friday night.
Q&A with Ola softball player Jordan Doggett.
Journalists have a habit of wanting everything to follow story arcs, so we hope teams turn into scrappy underdogs or that they relentlessly wreak havoc on every opponent that crosses their path. But with a new season unfolding week by week, we all have to be ready to throw expectations out the window. It’s part of the fun of following a team so closely.
Richard Craig Park will host the inaugural Geranium Slam Tennis Tournament next Saturday beginning at 9 a.m.
Fellow alum Aaron Davis on pre-season list of best red-shirt sophomores in college football
Luella football news roundup
If you watch Eagle’s Landing High School at all this football season, pay close attention to the school’s senior quarterback.
What I saw Friday night at Ola didn’t seem like any of the first eight games Hampton put together in the school’s opening season.
The Georgia High School Association Executive Committee ruled Monday in Macon to add a new classification tentatively called the Big 44.
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You wouldn’t have anticipated Eagle’s Landing to beat Union Grove 39-21 when the season opener began at Golden Eagles Stadium Friday night.
Former Woodland guard Kayla Mitchell will get a chance to play some NAIA basketball this winter.
We get so caught up in the success of how our schools perform that we sometimes forget there’s a human under the helmet, a sentient being who sees life beyond the carefully painted white hash marks.
Living up to the expectations left behind by a 21-13 season wasn’t supposed to be easy. Without that foursome leading the team, it might have even been impossible. As is wont to happen when spots are left empty, however, the remaining Eagles stepped up on and off the field.
For the week of September 21st through September 25th, all 421 Georgia high school football teams will have blue ribbon decals on their helmets. All coaches will be wearing blue wristbands and referees will be throwing blue penalty flags. Blue ribbons will be stenciled on the playing fields and public service announcements will be made during halftime.
AMB Sports & Entertainment announced Monday the expected news that Mercedes-Benz USA will be the naming partner of the new Atlanta stadium, which is now officially called Mercedes-Benz Stadium
When rankings were released mid-week, it wasn’t surprising to find Stockbridge or Eagle’s Landing Christian nestled firmly in their respective lists.