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The state tournament has finally arrived for the Oak Mountain Academy girls' basketball team, which begins its quest for a trip to Macon.

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The Carrollton High School girls' golf team opened the spring campaign with a victory over LaGrange on Monday afternoon at Sunset Hills Country Club.

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After building a 17-point lead early in the third quarter, the tide quickly turned for the Villa Rica High School boys' basketball team on Saturday evening.

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DECATUR — Speed, size and shooting were just some of the traits that the Columbia High School boys' basketball team had going for itself and Carrollton simply didn't have any answers on Saturday night.

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The University of West Georgia softball team opened Gulf South Conference play by knocking off defending national champion North Alabama in the first game of Saturday's twin bill, capturing a 2-0 decision over the Lions.

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The Carrollton High School girls' basketball team tipped off the drive for five with a dominating display in the opening round of the Class AAAAA state playoffs on Friday night.

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The Heard County High School boys' basketball team netted its first postseason victory since 2002 on Friday night, knocking off Dade County in the opening round of the Class AA state playoffs.

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One year ago, the Haralson County High School girls' basketball team toppled Jackson County in the first round of the Class AAA state playoffs.

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The Carrollton High School boys' lacrosse team netted a 9-4 victory over Campbell in its season opener on Friday night in Smyrna.

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Matching up in the state playoffs for the third time in the past five years, the Carrollton High School boys' basketball team is no stranger to Columbia at this stage of the season.

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As a new era of University of West Georgia football sprung into action, David Dean's first practice as the program's new head football coach went as smooth as anyone could ask for Thursday afternoon.

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After getting a taste of the state playoffs last season, a young Villa Rica High School girls' basketball team is ready to take a bite into the Class AAAAA bracket this time around.

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The University of West Georgia women's basketball team stretched its season-best win streak to four games on Thursday night, collecting a 57-51 Gulf South Conference decision over Shorter at the Winthrop-King Centre in Rome.

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The Carrollton High School girls' lacrosse team used a dominating second-half display to pull away from Pace Academy in the area opener on Thursday night at Grisham Stadium.

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The last time the Temple High School girls' basketball team made the state playoffs, most of its current players were still sporting diapers.

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After ending one long drought, the Heard County High School boys' basketball team is taking aim at another.

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The University of West Georgia baseball team held off a late rally from visiting Georgia Southwestern to survive a 10-9 midweek scare at Cole Field on Wednesday evening.

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The Carrollton High School boys' tennis team opened the season with a 4-1 road win over Woodward Academy on Wednesday afternoon.

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Only two games into the season, the Central High School baseball team is already finding ways to win in dramatic fashion.

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Things could have gone better at the end of the regular season for Temple High School boys basketball. But none of that matters now, as the Tigers turns their eyes toward the big dance.

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Fueled by a season-high scoring output, the University of West Georgia women's basketball team torched visiting West Alabama in a 91-77 Gulf South Conference triumph on Monday evening at The Coliseum.

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With only a few minor hiccups throughout the regular season, the Heard County High School girls' basketball team cruised to its second straight Region 5-AA Tournament championship.

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The Central High School baseball team opened the season with a 7-5, five-inning road victory over Shaw on Monday evening at Columbus in a game that was called early due to darkness.

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First-year University of West Georgia head football coach David Dean unveiled his spring practice schedule for the next month, which features 12 full practices and three scrimmage dates.

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The Bremen High School wrestling team completed the state sweep to cap off its first year competing in Class AAA.

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Following five years in charge of the Mount Zion High School boys' basketball program, Joey Marinelli officially announced that he is stepping down from his post this week.

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The Haralson County High School girls' basketball team pulled off back-to-back upsets of state-ranked opponents in the semifinal and championship rounds of the Region 6-AAA Tournament to capture the league crown and No. 1 seed for the upcoming Class AAA state playoffs.

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It was the tale of two halves for the University of West Georgia women's basketball team on Saturday afternoon.

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It took a little longer, but the West Georgia Technical College men's basketball team defeated Southern Crescent in a 78-75 overtime thriller on Friday evening at Oak Mountain Academy in Carrollton to claim the regular-season Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association (GCAA) Division III Championship.

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The calendar read 1960 the last time the Heard County High School boys' basketball team hoisted up a region championship trophy. Well, that 57-year drought is finally over.

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The Carrollton High School girls' basketball team closed out the Region 7-AAAAA Tournament just like it did the regular-season run through league play — unblemished.

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The Haralson County High School girls' basketball team upset fourth-ranked and top-seeded Ringgold in a 46-36 semifinal showdown in the Region 6-AAA Tournament on Friday night at Calhoun, securing at least one home game for the Class AAA state playoffs and lifting it into Saturday night's region title bout.

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The Villa Rica High School boys' basketball team saved its best performance of the season to date for quite the opportune time.

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For six Bremen High School senior wrestlers, everything they do this week marks one more 'last time.'

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The Carrollton High School girls' basketball team took care of business in the semifinal round of the Region 7-AAAAA Tournament on Thursday night, knocking off Kell in a 55-38 decision at Villa Rica to set the stage for a title bout tonight against upset-minded Cass.

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After trailing for three quarters, the Heard County High School boys' basketball team once again got one over on Temple on Thursday night.

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The Heard County High School wrestling program continues to make strides with each passing season under head coach Kyle Yates. Its presence in Macon this weekend is proof of that.

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The University of West Georgia men's basketball team snapped its five-game losing skid courtesy of an 88-80 Gulf South Conference triumph over North Alabama on Thursday night at The Coliseum to tip-off a three-game homestand.

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Jereme Fountain is taking seven grapplers to Macon this week, but the Central High School head wrestling coach can't hide the fact that everyone is rooting for one guy, in particular, when it's all said and done.

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Coming out of one of the toughest areas in the state, there were no easy paths to the GHSA Traditional Wrestling State Championships when it came to navigating the Class AAAAA landscape.

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The roller-coaster ride that has been the 2016-17 season for the Carrollton High School wrestling team is hitting its final stretch this week.