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Since graduating from the University of Georgia, Fletcher Proctor has been covering sports for various media outlets all over the state of Georgia. He has called high school play-by-play for four different radio stations and GPB webcasts and has broken down everything else on Sports Radio 790 The Zone, Score Atlanta and Georgia Public Broadcasting.

Archive News Articles

ECLA's Walls may be the top safety prospect in Georgia

Last night Avery Walls of Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy joined Score Atlanta's The Official Visit, and spoke with co-hosts Fletcher Proctor and Scott Janovitz. One very refreshing personality...

September 1, 2010 - 5:59am

Collins Hill escapes with 13-9 victory over No. 8 Roswell

For most of the first half, the No. 8 Roswell Hornets dominated its season-opening game at Collins Hill over the unranked Eagles. The Hornets, who knocked out Collins Hill 30-27 in double overtime in...

August 27, 2010 - 7:42pm

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Courtesy of Mike Townson
GPB Sports Blog

Townson Named New Jackson Basketball Coach

The Jackson Red Devils girls basketball team will have a new face roaming the sidelines come opening night Nov. 24 when Jackson welcomes Spalding to open the season. Mike Townson will make his...

July 20, 2012 - 7:09am
Courtesy of Elisa Herring
GPB Sports Blog

Centennial Shows Improvement After Camp

The Centennial Knights returned Tuesday from a three-day football camp in Hayden, Ala., where the Knights received instruction from legendary Alabama high school football coach Perry Swindall....

July 19, 2012 - 7:34am
Courtesy of Walter Pinion
GPB Sports Blog

Hillgrove Looking To Reload On Offense

The Hillgrove Hawks have been a pipeline of tremendous players to matriculate on to BCS programs. Synjyn Days started the trend, quickly followed by Jabari Hunt-Days and John Silas. Perhaps the...

July 18, 2012 - 8:00am
Courtesy of Apalachee High School
GPB Sports Blog

Apalachee Football To Lean On Experience

The Apalachee Wildcats started the 2011 season 0-4 with all four losses coming against Region 8-AAAA foes. The Wildcats would rally and win four of their last six to enter the 2012 season with a bit...

July 17, 2012 - 10:18am
Courtesy of Sonny Kennedy
GPB Sports Blog

Georgia Tech Adds Some Homegrown Talent

The University of Georgia and Georgia Tech held their final summer football camps over the weekend, and each football program could deem its weekend a success. Georgia Tech snagged a pair of in-state...

July 16, 2012 - 8:16am

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