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Many players who made their name competing on the local high school football fields have moved on to the college level where they have continued their career at different schools throughout the country. Close to 30 former local players from Calhoun, Sonoraville and Gordon Central appear on c…

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Three former local stars, Charlie Culberson, Josh Smoker and Josh McAdams, are currently playing professional base-ball at different levels. The former Jackets have each found some success as the season has moved into September. Here is an update on how each are doing at this point of the season:

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The Calhoun Yellow Jackets got their pursuit of a state-record 18th straight region title off to a flying start last Friday, but they will face a different kind of challenge this week as they head on the road into another team’s house that would like nothing more than to play spoiler.

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Sonoraville head coach Trace Vaughn taught his daughter Kailey (Vaughn) Martin a lot of what she knows about the game of volleyball. On Thursday, Martin got a chance to show her father what she has learned over the years from him when her Adairsville Lady Tigers took on the Lady Phoenix in a…

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Football is back and baseball is rolling down the stretch with pennant races heating up. I was talking to some of my friends the other day about how weird it will be for the Braves to be relevant in September again this year as for the last several years, I’ve been fully focused on football …

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Coming off an emotional, hard-fought, extra-innings win over their rival Sonoraville last Thursday, the Calhoun Lady Jackets could’ve looked at the matchup against Murray County, who is winless in region play this year, and gone through the motions against a lesser opponent. They did the exa…

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Promoted as the closest experience to 1960’s drag racing without time traveling, the Southeastern Gassers Association (SEGA) is slated to hold one of its 11 exclusive races at Calhoun’s historic Paradise Drag Strip on Saturday Sept. 8 as part of its world championship drag racing tour.

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The Calhoun Yellow Jackets were relentless and opportunistic in all phases of game against Therrell on Friday, efficiently dispatching the Panthers 52-6 in front of a raucous home-opening crowd at The Reeve.

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The Sonoraville defense did their best to hold Darlington off the scoreboard, but eventually the Tigers’ efficient running game broke through to lead them to a non-region home victory.

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Three former local stars, Charlie Culberson, Josh Smoker and Josh McAdams, are currently playing professional baseball at different levels. The former Jackets have each found levels of success as the year moves closer to September. Here is an update on how each are doing at this point of the…

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The Sonoraville Phoenix passed one non-region test last Friday with their 21-14 victory over Model in the season opener, but it’s right back to work this week as they will face an even tougher one away from home.

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After storming past Ridgeland 45-21 in the regular season opener, the Calhoun Yellow Jackets will strap on the gold domes and take to the Phil Reeve Stadium turf for the first time this season for another non-region test against the Therrell Panthers on Friday at 7:30 p.m.

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The Calhoun Lady Jackets have gotten off to an incredible start to the 2018 season, including racking up a 15-1 record and winning both the At The Rock Tournament (Rockmart High) and the Rally on the Ridge Tournament (Fannin County). But before Tuesday, they hadn’t gotten a chance to display…

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Sonoraville starting pitcher Taylor Long took a hard line drive right back off her that resulted in a hit by the leadoff batter in the first inning on Thursday against North Murray. That might’ve rattled some pitchers. But all the freshman Long did was not allow another hit the rest of her t…

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Three former local stars, Charlie Culberson, Josh Smoker and Josh McAdams, are currently playing professional baseball at different levels. The former Jackets have each found levels of success as the season has moved into August. Here is an update on how each are doing at this point of the season:

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After starting the season with a couple losses, Calhoun seems to have found their stride. The Lady Jackets used strong pitching, solid defense and a few timely hits to earn a 3-1 victory over Adairsville on Monday for their fourth win in a row.

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