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Lassiter Defense Stifles McEachern

With Eddie Printz, Juwan Dickey, Charlie Hegedus and Isiah Willis all on offense, Lassiter has the ability to put points on the scoreboard in a hurry. It was the defense however that moved the Trojans past McEachern 20-...

by Fletcher Proctor | November 19, 2011
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Friday Night Review - State Recap

Lowndes joined Valdosta on the sidelines after getting beat 25-17 by No. 2 Grayson Friday night. The Rams’ Robert Nkemdiche rushed 16 times for 61 yards with three touchdowns and also had three sacks. … After the loss...

by Stephen Black | November 19, 2011
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Friday Night Review - Metro Atlanta

The Hillgrove Hawks looked like they had weathered the storm from West Forsyth when Kenyan Drake returned a kick for a score late in the second quarter for a tie-breaking touchdown. West Forsyth would regroup at...

by Fletcher Proctor | November 19, 2011
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STATE PREVIEW: Raiders Face Test In Bowdon

Class A No. 1 Savannah Christian takes on Bowdon tonight, which went on the road and outscored Holy Innocents' 57-43 last Friday in Atlanta. Raiders coach Donald Chumley, a former starter for Vince Dooley at Georgia, is...

by Stephen Black | November 18, 2011
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GPB PREVIEW: Lassiter Looks To Spring Upset

McEachern will take on a dangerous Lassiter team tonight in a rare No. 2 vs. No. 4 matchup. The Trojans enter the game 8-3 but head coach Jep Irwin noted that Lassiter played well in the first half against Walton and...

by Fletcher Proctor | November 18, 2011
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METRO PREVIEW: Cobb Powers Meet In Round Two

Cobb County has nine teams in the second round of the GHSA playoffs, but several teams square off against each other for the right to advance. Walton hosts South Cobb in a game that should see the Raiders look to pound...

by Fletcher Proctor | November 18, 2011
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Georgia Southern Clinches SoCon TItle

Georgia Southern clinched the 2011 SoCon title with a 31-10 win at Wofford. The Eagles (9-1, 7-1) rode freshman player of the week RB Dominique Swope, who rushed for 165 yards on 27 carries. The Eagles controlled the...

by Stephen Black | November 17, 2011
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Milton, Norcross Atop First Polls Of Season

As the weather turns cooler, the Georgia high school hoops scene heats up. Georgia high school basketball is kicking into high gear and some teams will be taking part in national tournaments over the next few weeks...

by Fletcher Proctor | November 17, 2011
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The Five Things I Know...Playoffs Week 2 Edition...

It’s time for, as the voice of GPB says, “The thinning of the herd” once more… Hard to believe that after one week, we’ve gone from 405 to 160 to 80… And not without some shocks and surprises… Playoff surprises, anyone...

by Jon Nelson | November 16, 2011
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Familiar Faces Atop Early Standings

Several state titles have already been decided and six programs took home cheerleading crowns over the weekend. With only football remaining before the end of the fall sports season, the Regions Directors Cup standings...

by Fletcher Proctor | November 16, 2011
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Clark, Atwater Make Score 44 Playoff List

The Score 44 is a fluid list that aims to honor the best forty-four seniors in Georgia high school football on a week-to-week basis. These players are some of the most highly-recruited players in the state as well as...

by Fletcher Proctor | November 15, 2011

Just 80 Remain

The GHSA state football championship is in full swing. 405 schools began the year with the dream of making it to the postseason.

by GPB Sports Staff | November 15, 2011

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