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Lost amid the hoopla, euphoria and downright relief of Georgia Tech’s 42-38 come-from-behind win at Georgia Southern was a timely play by one of the Southern Crescent’s own.
Greater Atlanta Christian needed some late-game heroics from its offense to hold-off Eagle’s Landing Christian on Friday in a non-region contest.
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Atlanta area brothers head up stats firm that will provide data to College Football Playoff selection committee
Devin Hester danced like Deion Sanders on his way into the NFL record book, and the Atlanta Falcons routed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 56-14 Thursday at the Georgia Dome.
I’ve never been a betting man, but growing up as a college football fan, I always seemed to have a bead on what the Las Vegas oddmakers were thinking about the outcome of certain games.
Stockbridge-Rockdale heads up the local slate of games this week
Four county football teams will get a breather this week before heading into their region schedules,
Coach Steve Davenport likes heightened standards
When Woodland’s football team came out on the field at North Springs High for the kickoff of its first game under coach Steve Davenport they were met by a familiar temptation.
According to Joseph Rushin, the previous three years of playing football for Ola has given him quite the appetite.
The new Atlanta Braves' home in Cobb County was officially named Tuesday in an announcement by the club and SunTrust
I know it’s football season. I understand it is the sport that most of us are clued into during this type of year.
Henry County softball teams had a big week with huge wins in key games last week.
While quarterback Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons offense was dazzling in the season opener, after the dust settled from the thrilling victory over the New Orleans Saints the team has to figure out what happened to the defense.
Each year we seem to get one — a particular Friday night filled with matchups that cause schools, and their fans, in the two-county Southern Crescent area to have to cross county lines to see their squads go at it.
After a 7-4 loss to Carrollton on Aug. 16, Woodland’s softball team has ripped off 11 wins in their last 12 games, and sit atop the Region 4-AAAA standings.
Moments after his team’s 23-16 win at Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy last week, Greater Atlanta Christian coach Tim Hardy had a hard time believing his opponents are winless.