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Buford Drops Two Over Weekend To Ranked Foes

Class AA No. 1 Buford was upset by Class AA No. 3 GAC Friday night before losing to Class A No. 2 Whitefield Academy Saturday. The host Spartans took control of Region 6-AA with a 54-45 win. It was a game both sides had...

by Stephen Black | January 16, 2012
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Three First-time Champions Leave Macon

Camden County won the Class AAAAA state championship with a 28-27 nailbiter over four-time defending state champion Collins Hill Saturday in Macon. The Wildcats won the last match to tie the meet at 27 before winning a...

by Stephen Black | January 16, 2012
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Wilkins One Of Three Wolves On Score 44

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 | January 14, 2012
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HOOPS PREVIEW: Top Ten Matchups Dot Weekend

Class AAAAA Mill Creek and Norcross will lock horns tonight at the House of Blue as the Blue Devils look to continue their recent hot streak. Norcross is 6-0 in Region 7-AAAAA play while Mill Creek enters the game 13-2...

by Stephen Black | January 13, 2012
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Marist Swimmers Trump Regional Powers

Marist won the Catholic Schools Invitational Saturday at Emory, an event the War Eagles hosted. Other schools participating in the meet were Blessed Trinity, St. Pius, Charlotte Catholic (N.C.), Cardinal Gibbons (N.C.)...

by Stephen Black | January 12, 2012
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Jeffrey Carlberg Named Centennial Coach

A new face will be patrolling the Centennial Knights sidelines next season as the program seeks a return trip to the postseason. Jeffrey Carlberg has been named the new head coach at Centennial after spending the last...

by Fletcher Proctor | January 12, 2012
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Area Wrestling Meets Yield Champions

Several metro-area programs grappled their way into the state duals finals by finishing in the top two in area meets. Area champions and runners-up will compete in Macon this weekend for state championships. FIRST-TIME...

by Stephen Black | January 12, 2012
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Vidalia, Calvary Day Biggest Movers In Polls

The boys hoops rankings didn’t shake up very much this week, though several teams are really starting to blossom in region play. The Berkmar boys squad reentered the rankings at No. 10 in Class AAAAA, and Walnut Grove...

by Fletcher Proctor | January 10, 2012
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GPSA Meets To Discuss Possible Defection

Courtesy of the AJC/ S. Thomas Coleman Eighty-three coaches and administrators, representing 40 mostly Class A high schools, met Monday as they applied more pressure on the Georgia High School Association to readdress...

by Fletcher Proctor | January 10, 2012
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Morse, Calhoun Latest Additions To Score 44

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 | January 5, 2012
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Milton Recaptures Top Spot In Boys AAAAA

As schools come back from holiday break, high school basketball kicks into high gear with region play. Several schools hope to use deep holiday tournament runs to build momentum for a strong region schedule. Shiloh...

by Fletcher Proctor | January 4, 2012
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Georgia Junior Bowl Experience Helps Players

High school football is something of a religion in the state of Georgia, but for the players that suit up every Friday night, eventually the games stop and the calendar turns to Saturday. The AT...

by Fletcher Proctor | December 30, 2011

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