Meeting Michael
A combination of talent and dedication move Lanier linebacker Michael Shaw beyond the high school game.
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Queens Of The Court
The Lady Raiders of Walton continue to dominate Class 6A girls tennis as they seek their twelfth state title in fourteen seasons.
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Making It Count: From The Stat Sheet To The Grade Book
The Marist Lady War Eagles soccer defines what it means to be a student-athlete, excelling in both terms of the word.
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Longhorns Lead The Way
It's been all wins for Lambert baseball so far this season as the Longhorns have cruised to a 12-0 record and first place in the Class 6A standings.
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Reigning Champs Compete For Consecutive Crowns
The Centennial Knights owe another momentous season to strong team chemistry and high lacrosse IQ as they chase the 6A state title.
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State Finals Teams Impress On More Than The Court
The GHSA basketball state championships teams were met in good company at the Macon Coliseum, as supportive communities showed up in droves.
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Meeting Michael

Meeting Michael

Thu., April 10, 2014 12:17pm (EDT)

We meet a lot of great athletes on the GPB sports scene and today we introduce you to Michael Shaw, an outstanding linebacker at Lanier High School. Michael's high school coach, Billy Wells, has seen... [Continue Reading]

Queens Of The Court

Queens Of The Court

The GHSA girls tennis championship is right around the corner and once again, the front-runner to win the Class 6A girls title are the Lady Raiders of Walton. Walton has won eleven titles in the last...

Making It Count: From The Stat Sheet To The Grade Book

Making It Count: From The Stat Sheet To The Grade Book

The Marist girls soccer team is lighting up the scene on the field and in the grade book. Coach Sergio Stadler has been at the school for thirty-nine years and is the first and only head coach...