From whimsical bedtime stories to action-packed book series, these books will be sure to inspire adventure during the summer.
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The 'Football Momma' that makes it happen at Pike County
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The season has not started well for the Marietta Blue Devils and two of the three ineligible players will not be returning.
Coach Rick Tomberlin returns home to Appling County after a one-year sabbatical for the final act of his long, successful career
New coach Milan Turner brings a successful resume -- including a state championship -- to his new position at Veterans High School. They're thinking big.
The recent infraction that cost Marietta eight wins and caused two players to be ineligible for their final season needs to be changed. Now.
The non-region games in 7A lead to some real slugfests early in the season.
There's an old saying: "It's not how you start, but how you finish." It's true at North Gwinnett, which started the 2017 season with a gut-wrenching defeat, but still won the state title.
There are few prep football teams across the state of Georgia who can match the collective won-loss performance of the Benedictine Military School Cadets of Savannah over the past five years
The Mustangs recorded 7 wins for the first time since 1989 and earned a playoff spot for just the second time in school history.
The 2018 national rankings were verification that the State of Georgia is loaded with top-notch football teams, as nine of that HSFA Top 100 teams are from here in the state.
In the state of Georgia, turnover is usually in the neighborhood of 18-22% of the 400-plus schools that are involved in the sport through the GHSA.