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Davin Bryant doesn’t come off as a kid who’s only thinking about himself.
Devin Dixon to challenge Kell’s Poteet in Saturday meet
Eagle’s Landing High’s girls cross country team is starting to catch its stride at just the right time.
I know everybody’s just chomping at the bit to get back to following that classically close Region 4-AAAAA, Div. B football action.
ELCA’s Chase Burdette becoming leader
When Chase Burdette got mad during a recent practice, Eagle’s Landing Christian football coach Jonathan Gess started smiling.
Well, Region 4-AAAAA, Div. B, what do you have to say for yourself?
Strong Rock, ELCA to kick off region play
Two zeroes describe perfectly the Eagle’s Landing Christian football season that has been, and the one that shall be.
Kelli Poff’s message to her Woodland softball team after a pair of one run losses to Northgate in the Region 4-AAAAA tournament was a positive one.
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When conversations about the top runners in the state arise, Eagle’s Landing High junior is beginning to get his name mentioned more and more as one of the state’s best.
When we say Region 4-AAAAA, Div. B is anybody’s to win, that’s no play on words or tactic of exaggeration. It’s the cold, hard, honest truth.
Ola softball, volleyball both ranked in top five
For close to a dozen Henry County schools, the fall sports’ second season begins today.
When you take a look at all of the state tournament action in softball and volleyball, which begins this evening, your eyes will probably gravitate toward finding the results of those “power” teams. You know, the ones everyone hears about, knows about and talks about.
Chargers face Landmark in two weeks in Region 5-A showdown
Jonathan Gess said his team wanted to send a message to the rest of Region 5-A with its 49-20 win over Strong Rock Friday night.
Ola has, perhaps, the top volleyball team in the state, and the best in Henry County, and it’ll be working to pile on to its already gaudy win-loss record when the Area 4-AAAAA volleyball tournament begins this evening at 5:30 p.m.
Ola enjoys high ranking in both volleyball, softball
It’s been a banner year for several of the county’s softball and volleyball squads, especially, and now, with the regular season having officially come to a close, the sights are being set to the beginning of the postseason.
Do you hear that sound?