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One Last Time

One last time… Hard to say and hard to believe… A 17 week high school football season has come and gone and there’s a lot to remember… For us at Georgia Public Broadcasting, it was one of our best...

The Tucker Tigers, 2008 and 2011 AAAA state champions will now compete one classification higher for the AAAAA 2013 state title.

Forty-Eight Minutes Away

Now, we’re here… After 100 days of practice and beating each other up on the grass, finally taking advantage of it on Friday nights… we now have our survivors… Fourteen teams, down from 450, play for...

The North Gwinnett Bulldogs travel to McEachern to face the Indians for the GHSA semifinals.

Quarterfinals Survivors Await The Final Friday Outdoors

Okay… Tell you something… The kicker for Alabama that was tasked to win the game against Auburn, red-shirt freshman Adam Griffith, I have covered from his time at Calhoun High School. He is a great...

Colquitt's "Road Warriors" took care of business in Round 2

Separation Week: When We Know The Sweet 16's...

“Separation Week…” Admittedly, this week past from the GHSA Playoffs doesn’t have a name… After this week, it’s quarter-finals, semi-finals, and finals. But there’s no name for Round 2- until we...

The Lassiter Trojans fell to the Peachtree Ridge Lions in a rainy first round playoff meeting.

Top-Seeded Dominance

It was a week of dominance by the top seeds in the first round of the playoffs… Short of the Alexander win over Dalton, Cedar Grove’s win over Elbert County, and the Peachtree Ridge win over Lassiter...

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