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The University of West Georgia football team took full advantage of squeaking into the NCAA Division II Playoffs by dominating Virginia State on the road in a 35-9 first-round rout on Saturday afternoon at Rogers Stadium in Ettrick, Virginia.

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The Central High School girls' basketball team hung a huge second-half surge on Mount Zion to run away with a 20-point victory in the season opener for both squads on Saturday evening.

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Remonica Stephens anticipated that the combination of freshman bigs and veteran leadership could lead to potential success for her ballclub for the 2017-18 campaign.

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The Bremen High School girls' basketball team used a 12-0 run to overcome a three-point deficit midway through the fourth quarter and pull out a 41-32 victory over Class AAAAAAA Kennesaw Mountain on Saturday in its season opener at the Thanksgiving Bash in Bowdon.

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The University of West Georgia men's basketball team fired off a blistering second-half shooting performance to rally for a 92-89 victory in its home opener against Augusta on Saturday afternoon at The Coliseum.

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The Holy Ground Baptist Academy football team capped off back-to-back GICAA Division II state championship runs with a resounding 54-14 victory over Solid Rock Academy on Friday night in Roopville.

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The Central High School wrestling team served host to the J.C. Ferrell Duals on Saturday and capped off a strong first stretch of the season with a 4-0 performance against some quality competition.

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CLARKSTON — The Carrollton High School football team is heading to its second straight Class AAAAA state quarterfinal and couldn't have booked its trip in more dominant fashion Friday night.

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If the first 40 minutes left anything to be desired, the final eight more than made up for it on Friday night at Mount Zion Stadium.

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Looking to secure its second state quarterfinal appearance in as many years, the Carrollton High School football team will have to go through a hungry Arabia Mountain ballclub that is seeking a first-ever elite eight berth this evening.

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An 8-2 run through the regular season with a sub-region championship to show for it earned the Mount Zion High School football team a bye in round one of the Class A Public state playoffs last week.

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The Heard County High School football team made things look easy in round one of the Class AA state playoffs, crushing fourth-seeded South Atlanta in a 42-3 rout last week.

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Before 5 p.m. on Sunday afternoon, it was unknown whether or not the current seniors for the University of West Georgia football team would suit up in the Red and Blue ever again.

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For the second time in three years and sixth time in program history, the Carrollton High School competitive cheerleading squad proved to be the pillar of the Peach State.

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As by far the deepest unit on the defensive side of the ball, the linebackers among the Carrollton High School football team share a bond spanning from freshman to senior and provide the Trojan coaching staff a pool of talent that covers a lot of ground due to their versatility and athleticism.

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As the Heard County High School football team treks its way through the Class AA state playoffs, head coach Tim Barron has noticed a business-like focus and intensity among his athletes with each passing week.

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One could describe last season as a disjointed one for head coach Remonica Stephens and her Bowdon High School girls' basketball team.

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University of West Georgia Director of Athletics Daryl Dickey announced Tuesday that he has accepted the resignation of head volleyball coach Trina Braden after four years at the helm. 

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There will certainly be no shortage of offensive firepower for the Mount Zion High School football team to throw at Marion County when the two teams meet in round two of the Class A Public School state playoffs this Friday.

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After falling to West Florida in its regular-season finale on Saturday in a 34-29 decision, the University of West Georgia football team's playoff hopes were seemingly in peril. Fortunately, good news arrived almost exactly 24 hours later.

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With the opportunity to not only lock up a berth in the NCAA Division II Playoffs, but secure an opening-round home game, the University of West Georgia football team's postseason hopes took a major hit on Saturday afternoon.

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Fueled by a strong debut from junior guard Marquill Smith, the University of West Georgia men's basketball team opened the season on a positive note courtesy of an 86-79 victory over Miles College on Saturday evening at the GSC-SIAC Challenge held on the campus of Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee.

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ATLANTA — The Temple High School football team nearly staged a dramatic fourth-quarter comeback in its first-round playoff game at B.E.S.T. Academy, but a late turnover sealed its fate and ended the historic 2017 campaign on Saturday evening.

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The University of West Georgia women's basketball team split its season-opening weekend outing in Tampa, Florida, earning a double-digit victory over Palm Beach Atlantic on Friday afternoon and falling to host Tampa in a 71-68 nail-biter on Saturday evening at the Bob Martinez Center.

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The Holy Ground Baptist Academy football team is one win away from back-to-back state championships and three titles in the past five years.

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Postseason football is a completely different animal where anything and everything can happen — and Game 11 served as the perfect example of that inside the chilly confines of Grisham Stadium on Friday night.

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The Heard County High School football team began the postseason in the exact same manner it began the 2017 regular season — by crushing South Atlanta.

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Things went from bad to worse for the Bremen High School football team during its opening-round road trip in the Class AAA state playoffs. As a result, its successful 2017 campaign came to a close on Friday night.

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A pair of tradition-rich programs that share quite a bit of history will lock horns in the opening round of the Class AAAAA state playoffs tonight at Grisham Stadium.

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A victory in last week's regular-season finale earned the Temple High School football team its first postseason berth since 2011. Now for head coach Scotty Ward and his ballclub, the primary objective is doing what they can to make sure they're not one and done.

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It doesn't get any more dramatic than the manner in which the Bremen High School football team earned itself a ticket to the Class AAA state playoffs last Friday.

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It's not necessarily turn back the clock night at Staples Stadium this evening, but a familiar foe will buzz into Franklin for the opening round of the state playoffs.

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Ready or not, the 2017-18 season has arrived for the University of West Georgia men's basketball team.

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Although Emory Jones garners a great deal of regional, statewide and even national attention for the Heard County High School football program, he hasn't been a one-man show at Staples Stadium this fall.

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Bringing perhaps the deepest team to the hardwood he's ever pieced together during his time on the sidelines of The Coliseum, Scott Groninger enters the 2017-18 season cautiously optimistic about what's in store over the course of the winter months.

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All the ballots are in, all precincts are now closed — it's Jaylan Thomas in a landslide.

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From quarterback Wade Cartwright to speed receiver Jalen Dallas, a variety of offensive weapons have played integral roles this fall in getting the Bremen High School football team into the position that it currently sits in as a No. 3 seed in the Class AAA state playoffs.

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Practicing this late into the fall is a totally new experience for the current players on the Temple High School football team.

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University of West Georgia cornerback Jakyron Young was recognized for his late-game heroics in the team's 20-13 victory at Florida Tech by being named the Gulf South Conference Defensive Player of the Week on Monday.

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A Region 6-A championship wasn't in the cards for the Mount Zion High School football team this season, but the even greater goal of a postseason run still lies ahead head coach Brad Gordon and his ballclub.

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The University of West Georgia football team exorcised some demons by rallying for a stunning 20-13 Gulf South Conference victory over Florida Tech on Saturday afternoon at Panther Stadium in Melbourne, Florida.

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The Holy Ground Baptist Academy football team began its state championship defense on Friday night by pounding Peachtree Academy in a 49-7 victory in the opening round of the GICAA state playoffs in Roopville.

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Scotty Ward enjoyed a cool November shower late Friday night — and it had nothing to do with the weather.

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The Carrollton High School football team secured home-field advantage for the first round of the Class AAAAA state playoffs by taking care of Cass in a 31-13 decision at Earl Cunningham Memorial Stadium in White on Friday night.

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The Bremen High School football team couldn't have booked its reservation to the Class AAA state playoffs in a more dramatic fashion than what transpired at Ringgold on Friday night.

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KENNESAW — In a game of punch, counter-punch, the Mount Paran Christian football team delivered the knockout blow to Mount Zion with eight seconds remaining in a 31-24 thriller on Friday night in the Region 6-A championship bout at Catherine Steele Sewell Stadium.