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The North Georgia Christian Lady Chargers advanced to the GICAA Division III championship game by defeating the Unity Lady Lions 2-2 (3-2 on penalty kicks) Tuesday evening. Esther Lloyd and Sally McLagan both scored for the Lady Chargers before Morgan Gibbs and Georgia Clark converted penalty kicks to send North Georgia Christian into Friday’s title game against Westminster Christian (Athens). Kick off is at 7 p.m.
Former Northside High School standout Steven Nelson was chosen in the third round of the NFL draft Friday by the Kansas City Chiefs.Click to Continue »
The Carroll County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday postponed action on a regional transportation system, removing the item from the agenda before the meeting started.
The Harlem Globetrotters were the stars, but Central High School’s band might have stolen the show with its halftime performance Tuesday night at the The Coliseum on the University of West Georgia cam
Motorists traveling on or near Stewart Street in Carrollton have likely noticed a lot of metal plates and concrete patches in the road. Those surface scars are landmarks of an underground battle being
Recaps of Monday’s state sectional golf tournaments
A look at Tuesday’s high school sports action
BROOKLET- High school baseball aficionados in and around southeast Georgia predicted it would be a rebuilding year for the Yellow Jackets. After hosting a home state-playoff game and advancing to the Sweet 16 in the state tournament, it’s safe to say those baseball “experts” were wrong.
BUFORD — Elexa Bahr found her sweet spot after a second-half formation change. Bahr opened scoring for the second-ranked Buford girls soccer team just three minutes into the game Tuesday, but when coach Crystal Fowler mixed up her team’s positions after halftime, Bahr really thrived, netting four more goals to lead the Lady Wolves to a 10-0 win over seventh-ranked Mary Persons in the second round of the Class AAAA state playoffs on Tuesday at Tom Riden Stadium. “We noticed that they were man-marking our forwards, so we tried to put more people into the offense to get some more production,” Fowler said.
LAWRENCEVILLE —The Collins Hill Eagles made history on Tuesday afternoon at Fahring Field, earning their first ever playoff win in the AAAAAA Girls State Lacrosse Championship, defeating the North Paulding Wolfpack 20-8.
BUFORD — Someone needs to remind the Buford Lady Wolves soccer team that a regulation match is supposed to last 80 minutes. Because for the second straight time in the Class AAAA state playoffs they finished their business with plenty of time to spare.
SUWANEE — North Gwinnett’s young girls lacrosse program continued to grow up on Tuesday night.
Hebron girls beat Pinecrest, boys fall in 2nd round of state soccer playoffs
LOGANVILLE — Amanda Baker had four goals as Grayson advanced to the Class AAAAAA quarterfinals, defeating Lee County, 11-1, Tuesday at Grayson Community Stadium.
Brookstone’s Abbie Dillon and Abigail Pitts won a tight second-set tiebreaker Tuesday to clinch a spot for the Lady Cougars in the finals of the GHSA Class A-private school tournament.Click to Continue »
SUWANEE — The Peachtree Ridge Lions made program history, defeating Lowndes High School 3-0 to move onto the third round of the Class-AAAAAA tournament for the first time.
FPD’s girls soccer team advances in the GHSA Class A playoffs.Click to Continue »
If Mark Dunn had chosen any other year to retire as Chestatee girls soccer coach, his remarkable career would have already been over by this point in the season. As it stands, Dunn will be back on the sideline for at least one more history-making game. Chestatee scored three first-half goals Tuesday, including two in a span of 1:39 on the game clock, and earned the program’s first-ever appearance in the state quarterfinals with a 5-1 win over West Laurens in the second round of the Class AAAA state playoffs at War Eagle Stadium.