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Homecoming week has arrived for the Bremen High School football team and it's fired up to continue to add on to what has been the program's best start to a season in a decade.

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As a result of its 17-7 loss at Delta State on Saturday, the University of West Georgia football team became one of four schools to fall out of this week's AFCA Division II Top-25 Coaches Poll.

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Playing against each other for the second time this season, the Villa Rica and Central high school softball teams engaged in wild, back-and-forth non-region thriller on Monday.

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The University of West Georgia football team dropped a 17-7 decision in its Gulf South Conference opener at Delta State on Saturday afternoon, where very little went right for the visitors offensively at Horace L. McCool Stadium in Cleveland, Mississippi.

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Welcoming Douglas County to its home confines for a Senior Day doubleheader on Saturday, the Haralson County High School softball team couldn't have sent its veterans off in bigger fashion.

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The Holy Ground Baptist Academy football team eased to a 60-12 victory over Central Christian on Friday night in Sharpsburg for its region opener, improving to 2-0 overall and 1-0 in league play.

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The Carrollton High School football team survived a region barnburner in its league opener on Friday night, eking past East Paulding in a 43-41 thriller in Dallas.

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Tim Barron described his players as being loose and energized in the days leading up to Friday's local showdown at Central.

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Homecoming 2017 proved to be a wild night at Rogers Stadium, but after roughly three hours and 30 minutes of action the Temple High School football team found itself on the wrong side of the scoreboard for the first time this fall.

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The strong start to the 2017 regular season for the Bremen High School football team carried over into Region 6-AAA Crossover play on Friday night as the Blue Devils left Murray County with a 31-10 victory in hand.

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After dropping its Region 7-AAAAA opener versus East Paulding a week ago, the Villa Rica High School football team responded in a big way on Friday, shutting out Woodland, Cartersville on the road in a 36-0 rout.

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The Mount Zion High School football team opened Region 6A-A play in dominating fashion Friday night, thrashing North Cobb Christian on the road in a 37-0 romp for its second straight shutout victory.

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CHATSWORTH — After the first half of Friday night's game was dominated by North Murray, the Haralson County High School football team engineered two impressive touchdown drives to begin the second half as the visiting Rebels attempted to make a statement that they were going to make a game out of it.

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The Bowdon High School football team suffered a 42-12 setback to region rival Trion on Friday night in its 6A-A road opener against the Bulldogs.

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The Carrollton High School softball team avenged its lone loss of the season on Friday evening in a 6-1 region victory over Kell in Marietta.

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With region play beginning next week for both the Heard County and Central high school football teams, the two ballclubs would love nothing more than to walk into their respective league schedules with another 'W' to their credit.

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Before the Region 6-AAA South slate gets underway, the Haralson County High School football team will look to shift gears for a pair of region crossover contests, beginning with tonight's 7:30 matchup against North Murray in Chatsworth.

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The past two weeks have been rough sailing for the Mount Zion High School softball team and Thursday afternoon's Region 6-A contest versus Christian Heritage brought more of the same.

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The Central High School junior-varsity football team ran away with a 50-27 victory over LaGrange on Thursday evening, highlighted by a huge night from tailback Xavier Moreland.

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If there's anyone who is familiar with the challenge of escaping the Mississippi Delta with a victory, it's University of West Georgia head football coach David Dean.

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Following a perfect homestand to kick off the 2017 season, the Mount Zion High School football team will flip the script with three straight road games to get sub-region play rolling.

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Frustrating is certainly one word to describe the Villa Rica High School football team's home bout with East Paulding last Friday.

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The Haralson County High School softball team won a 7-6, eight-inning affair over Callaway on Wednesday evening, receiving a complete-game effort from senior Marlee Campbell in the circle.

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Region play has arrived for the Carrollton High School football team as this week it begins a gauntlet of eight consecutive 7-AAAAA games that will carry it from now until Nov. 3.

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A pair of key performers in the University of West Georgia football team's strong start to the 2017 season were honored early this week by the Gulf South Conference.

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There's nothing quite like nailing down the first victory of the season and now that the Bowdon High School football team has crossed that off the checklist, it'll strive to keep the positive momentum moving forward.

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The University of West Georgia women's soccer team couldn't get anything going late in its Sunday afternoon Gulf South Conference match versus Christian Brothers, ultimately falling to the Lady Buccaneers in a 2-1 decision.

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Only four times in program history has the Temple High School football team started the season off 4-0, with each of the previous occasion coming in 2001, 2002, 2003 and, of course, last season.

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David Dean challenged his team to play all four quarters and finish in Saturday's home contest versus Miles College.

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The Carrollton High School softball team had its winning streak snapped at 10 on Saturday afternoon, but not in the manner that one would think.

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Another Friday, another 40-plus-point effort for the Temple High School football team, where one of its offensive playmakers had a night for the ages.

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Following two dominant performances in non-region play, the Villa Rica High School football team stumbled out of the gates in the Region 7-AAAAA opener on Friday night, falling in a frustrating 30-14 finish to East Paulding at Sam McIntyre Stadium.

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After dropping its first two games of the season, the Bowdon High School football team broke into the win column on Friday night, delivering a 28-0 victory over Greenville at Warren P. Sewell Field.

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With most of the attention being placed on Ohio State commit Emory Jones and his Heard County High School offensive counterparts, it was the Braves' defense that shined in a 21-7 victory over visiting Darlington on Friday night at Staples Stadium.

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The Mount Zion High School football team capped off its season-opening, three-game homestand unscathed on Friday night, surviving a 14-0 defensive struggle against Coosa on homecoming.

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With the sub-region schedule on the horizon, the Bowdon High School football team will look to break into the win column and build some momentum before settling into the rigors of 6A-A play.

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The offensive fireworks were popping throughout the duration of Thursday's region rivalry bout, but Olivia Fannin provided the grand finale for the Carrollton High School softball team.

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The Carrollton High School junior-varsity football team mounted another huge fourth-quarter comeback to stun Rome in an 18-17 thriller at Grisham Stadium on Thursday evening.

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Week 1 of the 2017 season was a success for the University of West Georgia football team and now it's gearing up for an encore performance.

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Spiking down victory after victory throughout the first month of the 2017 season, the veteran-heavy Carrollton High School volleyball team has proven to be a well-oiled machine throughout the early stages of the fall campaign.

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There's plenty of positive vibes and early momentum for the Temple High School football team as the Tigers have handled business in their first two outings of the regular season.

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Runs were at a premium for the Central High School softball team in its Tuesday afternoon matchup at LaGrange, but the No. 6 Lady Lions were able to muster up just enough to walk out with a 2-1 victory.

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So far, it's been all good for the Mount Zion High School football team in the beginning stages of the 2017 season, where huge victories over Ranburne (Ala.) and Haralson County have propelled it to a quick 2-0 start.

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Through two weeks of the 2017 season, the Bremen High School football team has done exactly what it aimed to do to kickoff the fall campaign.

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Coming off its 34-9 season-opening victory over Fort Vally State last Thursday, the University of West Georgia football team was ranked 25th nationally in the first American Football Coaches Association Division II Poll that was released on Monday.

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Believe it or not, the Heard County High School football team is already creeping up on the midway mark of the 2017 regular-season campaign as a date with Darlington looms at the end of the week.

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The Oak Mountain Academy volleyball program graduated one of the most decorated players in school history this past year in state champion and all-state standout Bret Luther.