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Woodward Academy, Calhoun Post Big Weeks

Woodward Academy finished off a tremendous week with victories over Class AAA No. 3 St. Pius X, Class AAAAAA No. 2 Harrison, Class A No. 4 ELCA and Class A No. 5 Landmark Christian by taking out Class AAAAA No. 1...

September 11, 2012
Courtesy of Tami McQueen

Mill Creek Wins Clara Bowl Invitational

Mill Creek won the Class 5A-6A race at the Clara Bowl Invitational in Rome Saturday. The Clara Bowl is one of the biggest races of the year in cross country, and is divided between Class A-4A and Class 5A-6A. Marietta...

September 11, 2012
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The Five Things I Know: 2012 Week Three

Okay... if there was one word that is associated with Week Three of the Regular Season, it's the word "upset..." And that will take care of a lot of the Things I Know This Week... It's a point I continue to make about...

September 10, 2012
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After The Blackout, It's Etowah Who Sees The Light...

It had been 6-years since Roswell's Centennial High had performed THE BLACKOUT. The Knights came out through the stands of their stadium, The Fortress donning their ALL-BLACK uniforms. First year Head Coach Jeff...

September 10, 2012
Courtesy of Sonny Kennedy

Upsets Shake Up Latest Class A Rankings

The biggest shakeup of a classification in recent memory happened over the weekend when six of the top 10 teams in Class A lost, including the top three teams. The new No. 1 team, Aquinas, ascended to No. 1 with a 2-0...

September 10, 2012
Courtesy of Sonny Kennedy

Colquitt County Proves Its Football Mettle

Despite an upset loss to North Gwinnett to start the season, Colquitt County proved what many thought before the season - they are a serious contender for a state championship. The Packers stymied a talented Lovejoy...

September 10, 2012
Courtesy of Rob Saye

Young Buford Team Shouldn't Be Counted Out

Mark Twain once said "the rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated," after a newspaper ran an obituary for the classic American author. Heading into the season, many left the Buford Wolves for dead after seeing...

September 10, 2012
Courtesy of Gainesville High School

Watson Leads Gainesville To Win At Buford

History was made at Tom Riden Stadium as the Gainesville Red Elephants defeated Buford 19-15 to pick up the program’s first ever win over the Wolves. The Buford defense made plenty of plays, picking off three DeShaun...

September 7, 2012
Courtesy of Elisa Herring

Centennial Hosts Etowah On GPB-TV Tonight

A new era of Centennial football kicked off last week as Jeff Carlberg roamed the sidelines in his first official game as Knights head coach. The former Alpharetta defensive coordinator brought with him to Centennial...

September 7, 2012
Courtesy of Shine Rankin/SGSN

Classic Rivalries Highlight Week Three

Week 3 of the Georgia high school football season features plenty of action with many teams engaging in a final tuneup before beginning region play in the next week or two. Brookwood faces Mill Creek in a battle of...

September 7, 2012

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