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Both the Villa Rica and Carrollton high school boys' basketball teams had their Tuesday night games postponed due to the winter storm, providing a break from what's turning into an ultra-competitive race toward the Region 7-AAAAA Tournament.

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As the second cycle of league play sets into motion, it appears to be a three-horse race to the finish line to secure the No. 1 seed for the Region 7-AAAAA Tournament on Feb. 5-10 at Paulding County.

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Still reeling from a heartbreaking overtime loss to North Alabama on Saturday, the University of West Georgia men's basketball team was put through an even more grueling Gulf South Conference marathon versus visiting Alabama-Huntsville on Monday afternoon.

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Just 48 hours after a disappointing home loss to North Alabama, the University of West Georgia women's basketball team picked itself back up at home on Monday afternoon.

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The Bremen High School wrestling team had its bid for a state title repeat come up just short on Saturday afternoon.

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The Carrollton High School wrestling team closed out its dual season as one of the top eight teams in Class AAAAA on Saturday morning.

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Facing longtime Gulf South Conference rival North Alabama for the final time in regular-season action on Saturday, the University of West Georgia men's basketball team nearly captured its second straight home victory.

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The University of West Georgia women's basketball team kept pace with the top scoring offense in the Gulf South Conference at home on Saturday, but it couldn't muster enough timely shots down the stretch.

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The Bowdon High School girls' basketball team split a pair of sub-region showdowns over the weekend, picking up a 48-37 home win over Gordon Lee on Friday night and suffering a 64-62 setback at Christian Heritage on Saturday afternoon.

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Game-by-game this winter, the Villa Rica High School boys' basketball team has found ways to win, no matter the circumstance.

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The Carrollton High School boys' basketball team fell in controversial fashion on Friday night in a 54-52 region clash with Kell on Criswell Court.

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Another night and another Region 7-AAAAA triumph for the Villa Rica High School girls' basketball team.

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Following a first half that featured five ties and 10 lead changes, the Carrollton High School girls' basketball team took control of the contest in the third quarter to secure a 50-33 region victory over Kell on Friday night.

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It was only a few short months ago that Haralson High School girls' basketball guard Tori Causey was relentlessly working to make it back to the court in time for her senior campaign.

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A pair of local high school wrestling teams stayed alive on Day 1 of the GHSA State Dual Wrestling Championships in Macon on Thursday.

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After having the opportunity to compete for a trip to Macon taken out of its hands last season, the Carrollton High School wrestling team felt it had something to prove this time around.

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Jereme Fountain has believed all winter long that special things are on the horizon for this year's Central High School wrestling team.

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Georgia Army National Guard Spc. Corrssia Perry, a food service specialist with the 165th Quartermaster Company (Aerial Delivery Support), Dobbins Air Reserve Base, was selected as a member of the All-Armed Forces Team for the USA Softball Women’s Open National Championship this past fall.

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The Central High School girls' basketball team registered another critical region victory on Tuesday night, knocking off Chapel Hill in a 39-30 decision to improve to 10-5 overall and 3-1 in 5-AAAA play.

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The Villa Rica High School boys' basketball team was put on upset alert Tuesday evening, but it was able to overcome a pesky East Paulding ballclub to secure a 77-72 region win to begin the second half of the league schedule.

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Losers of three straight ballgames, the University of West Georgia women's basketball team entered Tuesday's home Gulf South Conference matchup against Auburn-Montgomery eager to break out of its slump.

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The Heard County High School boys' basketball team used a 19-point effort from junior guard Alijah Huzzie to knock off region rival Temple on Tuesday night in a 48-42 affair.

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Rylee Robinson and Maci Holloway have been stalwarts of the Bowdon High School girls' basketball program throughout their entire prep careers.

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A bit of a funk is what the University of West Georgia women's basketball team has found itself in during the first few weeks of 2018.

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Game two of the University of West Georgia men's basketball team's four-game homestand tips off tonight at 7:30 when it welcomes Auburn-Montgomery to The Coliseum for a Gulf South Conference battle.

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The Carroll County battle between the Mount Zion and Temple high school boys' basketball teams on Saturday came down to which ballclub could make the clutch play when it needed it the most.

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Saturday's non-region matchup between the Temple and Mount Zion high school girls' basketball teams had the makings of a lopsided affair early, but quickly turned into a blow-for-blow battle down the stretch.

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The Villa Rica High School girls' basketball team captured a critical 66-52 region victory over Rome on Saturday night to remain perfect on the season.

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A trio of local high school wrestling programs punched their tickets to the GHSA State Dual Championships in Macon next week behind top-two finishes in their respective area tournaments on Saturday.

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In a game it led from start to finish, the Carrollton High School boys' basketball team answered a late charge from Cass with a final run of its own to close out a critical 56-50 Region 7-AAAAA clash on Friday night.

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Friday turned into a night of milestones for the Bowdon High School girls' basketball team in its Region 6A-A opener versus visiting Trion.

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An inspired third-quarter comeback put the Bowdon High School boys' basketball team on the precipice of its first Region 6A-A victory of the season on Friday — but it wasn't meant to be.

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The Bremen High School girls' basketball team picked up its first region win of the 2017-18 season behind a 42-26 home decision over LFO on Friday night.

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The road to Macon will have to go through either Cass or Woodland of Cartersville this weekend, but Michael Cleek believes his grapplers have the firepower to upend one of those state powers.

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It's been a crazy past few weeks for Kyle Yates, but things are finally starting to fall into place as the calendar flips into 2018.

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The University of West Georgia men's basketball team ran into the No. 5 team in the nation on Thursday night and hung tight into the second half before Christian Brothers pulled away down the stretch for the 104-85 Gulf South Conference decision at Canale Arena in Memphis.

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The Temple High School wrestling team celebrated Senior Night with a pair of victories Wednesday on the eve of area duals hitting the mats across the state of Georgia.

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Like every other school in early January, the Central High School wrestling team has aspirations of taking to the mats to compete at the highest level of state.

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Tony Armas will be the first one to tell you that the path to state is an uphill climb — especially with the area his Bremen High School wrestling team has to contend with just to get there.

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The all-important first Region 5-AAAA victory of the season seemed within reach for the Central High School boys' basketball team in its back-and-forth battle versus LaGrange at home on Tuesday night.

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The Central High School girls' basketball team found itself in a back-and-forth slugfest versus LaGrange to open Region 5-AAAA play on Tuesday night.

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The Temple High School boys' basketball team opened Region 5-AA play on a positive note Tuesday night, knocking off Lamar County in a 50-48 nail-biter at THS.