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Wrestling Program Not Pinned By Tornado

On April 27, 2011, an EF-4 tornado struck the town of Ringgold, Ga. The tornado tore through the town, leaving leveled buildings and piles of debris in its wake. One of the hardest areas hit by the twister was...

by Stephen Black | February 13, 2012
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Top Hoops Teams Wrap Up Regular Season

The weekend gets off to a hot start with Norcross traveling to Suwanee to face the Bulldogs of North Gwinnett. The home team is led by Score 44 standout Chris Bolden, who helped Norcross win the Class AAAAA state title...

by Fletcher Proctor | February 10, 2012
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Broncos Look For Return To Glory In The Pool

The Brookwood Broncos boys swimming team is used to winning state championships. From 2008 through 2010, the Broncos swam away from the competition for three straight Class AAAAA titles, a run that was ended by fellow...

by Fletcher Proctor | February 10, 2012

NBA Commissioner David Stern visits Atlanta This Week

National Basketball Association Commissioner David Stern in his first official visit to Atlanta this week after the league's new collective bargaining agreement reached in December 2011. His 20 minute talk included the...

by Gil Tyree | February 10, 2012

Hawks Prepare for Orlando on Friday after Wednesday win over Indiana snapping a 3 game losing skid

The Hawks travel to Orlando on Friday in what will be the first of two meetings between the 2 teams before the All-Star Break. The 2 teams will meet again on February 23rd in Atlanta. Atlanta snapped a 3 game losing...

by Gil Tyree | February 9, 2012
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Swimming And Diving Championship Preview

Once again, the swimming and diving champions are loaded with teams and athletes from metro Atlanta. While programs from Cobb and Gwinnett have owned the Class AAAAA titles in recent years, intown private schools like...

by Stephen Black | February 9, 2012
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Lassiter Swim Team Loaded With Talent

Cobb County has seen some talented swimmers come through its schools over the past decade, but the Lassiter program seems to have a stranglehold of late on the girls Class AAAAA championships while the boys could add a...

by Fletcher Proctor | February 9, 2012
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Jenkins, Montgomery Highlight Score 44 List

The Score 44 is a fluid list that aims to honor the best 44 seniors in Georgia high school basketball on a week-to-week basis. The members of the 44 are some of the most highly-recruited and talented players in the...

by Fletcher Proctor | February 9, 2012
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GAC Captures First Area Wrestling Title

Greater Atlanta Christian won its first Area 6-AA wrestling championship Saturday as all 14 of its wrestlers made at least the third-place match. The host Spartans were dominant, claiming 228 total points to second-...

by Stephen Black | February 8, 2012
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Class AAAAA Stacked With Talented Swimmers

Brookwood senior Michael Trice is one of the fastest swimmers in the state as he has excelled in the 50-meter freestyle as well as the 100-meter freestyle events. The same way we point to the 100-meter dash at the...

by Fletcher Proctor | February 8, 2012

Meet Centennial High's Newest Head Football Coach Jeff Carlberg

Centennial High School has a new head football coach whose mission is to improve the football program and take Centennial High School all the way. After a recent press conference, I had a chance to speak with Coach Jeff...

by Rachel Daniels | February 7, 2012

The Atlanta Hawks Look to Snap 3 game losing streak & THOUGHTS from Phoenix's Steve Nash.

If any of you watched Steve Nash Monday night against the Atlanta Hawks you would see the little engine that could continues to ROLL along. Nash gave himself an early birthday present by dropping a double-double on the...

by Gil Tyree | February 7, 2012