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The 2016 season proved to be a tough pill to swallow for the Central High School football team.

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Before Carter Shell made the leap to the Division I ranks, he had some unfinished business to attend to at the high school level.

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Jeremiah Pierce already etched his name into the Carrollton High School boys' track and field history books earlier this month, winning the Class AAAAA state championship in the discus throw while setting a school-record in the process.

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Following a successful run as the head coach of the University of West Georgia cross country and women's track and field programs, Tim Brooks has stepped down from his post.

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Tyler Lipscomb delivered an even more dominant display on Day 2 to capture his second state championship in as many years at the prep level on Tuesday in south Georgia.

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Delivering its best finish at the state level in more than a decade, the Carrollton High School boys' golf team closed out the spring campaign on a high note Tuesday afternoon.

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Will Cochran proved to be the opening-day storyline for the host squad on Monday at Sunset Hills Country Club.

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Afternoon showers didn't impede the Carrollton High School girls' golf team on Monday as it competed against the best on the state's largest stage.

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Fueled by a 5-under 31 on the front nine, Tyler Lipscomb put himself in contention for a second consecutive individual state championship on Monday.

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The senior class of the Carrollton High School boys' golf team is swinging a perfect 4-for-4 these days.

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As one of the most decorated athletes to ever walk the halls of Haralson County High School, Jaylen Sewell leaves a legacy as the greatest track and field performer of all-time to represent the Rebelettes.

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After a spring of light conditioning drills and heavy lifting, the Bowdon High School football team is ready to begin the building process toward the 2017 season.

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The junior trio of Sydney Dailey, Morgan Cashen and Grace Clements were an offensive force for the Bremen High School girls' soccer team throughout the 2017 campaign, helping the team reach the Class AAA elite eight.

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The Bremen High School boys' soccer team notched its third consecutive double-digit win season under head coach Jason Fields in 2017, narrowly missing out on a berth in the Class AAA postseason.

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The Haralson County High School boys' soccer team just completed its second year of varsity play and can already boast about having an all-star performer.

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Following a two-and-a-half-week layoff, the Central High School girls' golf team is finally ready to compete against someone other than the course.

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The regular season didn't go as the Central High School boys' soccer team envisioned, but several of its top players have been rewarded for their efforts this spring.

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Villa Rica High School seniors Elberta McCarthy and Julia Bernhardt led the Lady Wildcat soccer team on the field all throughout the 2017 campaign.

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The Villa Rica High School boys' soccer team put together another successful campaign this past spring, making the postseason for the second straight year. Now several of the Wildcats will finish the school year in esteemed company.

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This Friday afternoon, Temple High School girls' soccer midfielder Halie Harris will walk across the stage as a graduating senior of the Class of 2017. A little more than 12 hours later, she will be in Marietta rubbing elbows with the best players Georgia has to offer.

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As spring bleeds into summer for the Temple High School football team, a combination of expectation and desire takes hold over the program as the Tigers make preparations for the fall campaign.

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Just one tournament remains for the Bremen High School girls' golf team as it is set to compete against the best Class AAA has to offer.

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On Day 2 of the GHSA Track and Field State Championships, it was Bremen High School's Kaylee Riley that headlined the locals by winning her third consecutive state title in the pole vault.

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The GHSA Track and Field State Championships officially wrapped up at Grisham Stadium on Saturday afternoon where the Carrollton High School boys’ team finished near the top of their classification.

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For five years as defensive coordinator of the Mount Zion High School football team, Brad Gordon helped raise the program from the ashes by building a foundation of success.

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The best athletes across Class AAAAA and AAAAAA descended upon the Carrollton City Schools campus for Day 1 of the GHSA Track and Field State Championships on Thursday.

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The fall of 2017 marks a new era for both the Mount Zion and Central high school football programs and fans of both teams got a glimpse of what the future will hold.

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Carrollton High School has become synonymous with track and field success over the years behind its tradition-rich history as a factory for pumping out state championship production.

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While the rest of their peers are traveling across the state over the next few days, Kimberly McKinney and Mary Katherine Dortch will be in the comforts of home sweet home.

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The Carrollton High School baseball team had its season come to a halt in dramatic fashion on Wednesday night against Wayne County in the Class AAAAA state quarterfinals in Jesup.

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Bowdon High School is sending a quartet of girls' qualifiers to the GHSA Track and Field State Championships in Albany, where it'll be deep in the field events and also have a pair heating up the track in south Georgia.

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Central High School standout Tyra Babbs will be the lone Lady Lion making the trek up to Rome this Friday when she competes at the GHSA Track and Field State Championships at Valhalla Stadium on the Berry College campus.

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The sophomore class at Bremen High School has the potential to be something special before all is said and done, and three Blue Devil standouts are already making waves across the state this spring.

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In his first year back at his alma mater, Cory Shelnutt has Heard County High School track and field headed in the right direction.

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The best season in the history of University of West Georgia women's golf came to a close on Wednesday at the NCAA Division II South Super Regional at The Member's Club at Woodcreek in Elgin, South Carolina.

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Only one local team remains standing on the diamond as the Carrollton High School baseball team continues its bid for a second state championship in four years.

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Ed Silva hasn't awoke to whispers from the cornfield in the middle of the night or received visits from ghosts of former Tiger greats over the past few weeks.

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On the heels of a sixth-place showing in Class AAA last year, the Haralson County High School girls' track and field team is locked and loaded to make a big splash on the south Georgia scene once again this week.

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As one prep career comes to a close this week, another is coming into its own for the Bowdon High School boys' track and field team.