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Archer at Dacula

Final
September 28th, 2012

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Archer Tigers

Coach: Andy Dyer
Principal: Ken Johnson
Class: AAAAAAA
Region: 8
Total Record: -- (0)
Classification Record: -- (0)
Region Record: -- (0)

Dacula Falcons

Coach: Tommy Jones
Principal: Dr. Bryan Long
Class: AAAAAA
Region: 8
Total Record: -- (0)
Classification Record: -- (0)
Region Record: -- (0)

Previous Matchups

October 21st, 2011 Dacula 38 Archer 15
October 22nd, 2010 Archer 17 Dacula 21

Latest Sports News & Blogs

Courtesy of Sonny Kennedy

Dacula Looks To Right Season, Beat Brookwood

In their first season under head coach Jared Zito, the Dacula Falcons advanced to the Class AAAAA quarterfinals before falling to state finalist Walton 21-13. Quarterback Rocky Capobianco and company finished 9-4 on the year...

October 5, 2012
Courtesy of Sonny Kennedy

Heritage-Conyers Moves Up In Softball Poll

The latest softball rankings didn’t change that much at the top of any of the polls as the top teams continue to play well with the state playoffs approaching. Lassiter played well last week to stay atop the Class AAAAAA...

October 2, 2012
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The Five Things I Know: 2012 Week Six

Well, now... Region 1-6A got off to their standard hot start... Even got to the point where Colquitt County Head Coach Rush Propst wasted no time in fueling the fire, fanning the flames, or any other "hot" cliche you could...

October 1, 2012
Courtesy of Sonny Kennedy

Archer, Buford Softball Rolling Along

No. 4 Peachtree Ridge (17-2) got past No. 7 Collins Hill 6-5 Thursday as Sarah Walker hit a 2-run triple in the seventh inning to drive in the winning run. Quinn Hill earned the win and improved her record to 9-2. For...

September 25, 2012
Courtesy of Al Levine

Carver-Columbus, Grayson Impress With Wins

Carver-Columbus isn't done yet. Del McGee's perennial powerhouse program isn't going out without a fight in the 2012 season. A week after getting dominated by Colquitt County, the Tigers roared back with an impressive 32-20...

September 24, 2012