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Few athletes have come through Locust Grove High School to make the kind of impact Cortez McDowell has made in his four years there.
For T.J. Riles, his father, Ernest, isn’t just a role model.
Here comes your semi-regular reminder that high school sports — especially football — can sometimes get out of hand in the pursuit of winning.
Atlanta has several unanswered questions entering season
There was plenty of reasons to be excited for the Atlanta Braves entering spring training as they were coming a 96-win season and National League East championship.
This is one of the hardest Braves teams in years to predict their future.
Coming off a 96-win season and a surprising National League East championship, there were some high expectation for the Atlanta Braves this season.
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Falcons owner Arthur Blank’s top-level soccer club to start league play in Atlanta 2017.
The 54-year-old wrestler, James Hellwig, collapsed on April 8 outside a hotel in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time, is coming out of retirement.
Jordan Spieth took charge early in Sunday’s final round at Augusta National in his pursuit to become the youngest Masters champion, but the 20-year-old saw his two-shot lead evaporate in an instant.
Rory McIlroy ended a frustrating Masters on a high with his best round of the tournament on Sunday to record his first top 10 finish at Augusta National.
The performances of the golden oldies at this week’s Masters have proved the 50-plus brigade can mix it with the young powerhouses of world golf, Bernhard Langer said after finishing in the top 10.
Georgia’s annual G-Day game at Stanford Stadium usually offers Bulldog fans a glimpse of its upcoming team and shake off a long offseason until August.
MAHONE: Former Luella standout Aaron Davis and North Clayton alum Amarlo Herrera living up to expectations at UGA
Four years ago when Amarlo Herrera signed with Georgia, he was part of the 2010 recruiting class that was being touted as the “Dream Team” by coach Mark Richt.
Chris Strayhand realizes that he’s not the most widely known personal trainer in the Southern Crescent area.
On paper, it shouldn’t have been as easy as it looked on the scoreboard.
Just a few short years ago, Joey Logano was polishing his driving skills on the track at Atlanta Motor Speedway in the Thursday Thunder grassroots summer racing series.