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Storm defeated Lakeview for third place in region tourney
Athens Academy tops Lions in finals at Georgia Gwinnett College
After running through their sub-region schedule in impressive fashion, the Statesboro Blue Devils left no doubt as to who the class of Region 3-AAAA is this season.
Doubles sweep keys Spartans victory over Jefferson
Frost picks up singles win for Wolves
Wolves pick up 20th victory of the season in Class AAA first round
Region 7-AAAAAA champion Peachtree Ridge upset in first round of Class AAAAAA playoffs
Mills, George pick up singles points for the Broncos
The Colquitt County boys soccer team won three straight region championships from 1997-1999, but had not had one since then until Wednesday’s 1-0 victory at Coffee broke the 14-year drought.
Though only a 16-year-old junior, Matt Booth is effectively the grizzled veteran of a young North Hall boys tennis team. As the eldest member of a program otherwise made up of 10 sophomores and a freshman, he bears as much or more responsibility for setting the tone against the Trojans’ opponents than any member of the roster. On Wednesday, he and No.
The Colquitt County boys tennis team won its Class AAAAAA state tournament opener on Wednesday, knocking off Region 3 champion East Coweta 5-0 in Sharpsburg.
The Colquitt County baseball team’s seniors, who were honored before Tuesday’s game against Thomas County Central, include, front, from left, Preston Berry, Jonah Bozeman, Daniel Mobley and Mack Hathcock; back, Gabe Mobley, Tony Simpson, Ross Goforth, Andy Bush, Ryan Chatman, Cole Bryant and Clayton Brown. The Packers finish the regular season with a game at Crisp County today.
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Taken from: Brookwood wins first game of state playoffs
Visit site: Brookwood tennis teams finish top two in region
SYLVANIA — The Screven County boys and girls tennis teams each advanced to the second round of the GHSA Class AA state playoffs on Wednesday.
The pitching depth for Gainesville is pleasing to coach Jeremy Kemp and could serve the program well in the postseason. Caleb Whitenton threw the first three innings without allowing a hit and reliever Harrison Styles came on in relief to retire the final six hitters in order for a five-inning no-hitter and 13-1 victory against Cedar Shoals on Wednesday at Ivey-Watson Field. The Red Elephants (19-6, 13-2 Region 8-AAAAA) earned the Region 8-AAAAA championship by way of second-place Loganville’s 10-9 loss to Salem on Wednesday night.
Four-star defender Jordan Colbert from Griffin (Ga.) High talks about his three finalists and why he has decided to end his recruiting early.