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During their incredible run of region titles and playoff success in the last decade-plus, Calhoun has been known for their explosive offensive attack, especially the yards and points they put up in the passing game. But when the Jackets have reached their biggest heights as a team, either wi…

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The Calhoun Lady Jackets brought their season to a close with a huge weekend in Columbus. The team started things off by earning the top spot in Class AAA Sectionals on Friday to advance to State on Saturday. They followed that up with a great performance on Saturday that earned them a score…

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The Sonoraville Lady Phoenix exceeded expectations all season so their performance over the weekend in Columbus came as no surprise. The team got things going on Friday with a fifth-place finish at Class AAA Sectionals to earn a berth into State on Saturday. They then performed an impressive…

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Over the last 16 seasons, Calhoun has gone into the State Playoffs as a No. 1 seed on their home field and has never been defeated by a No. 4 seed. They will aim to keep that streak going this Friday when they host Region 5-AAA No. 4 seed Pace Academy, but it’s certainly not going to be an e…

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Sonoraville junior Tyler Hunt has wrestled all over the country in the past few years, but he officially put his name on the map recently with his performance at the Super 32 Tournament in Greensboro, N.C. October 27-29.

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Both Calhoun and Sonoraville are headed to Columbus this weekend to compete at Class AAA State Sectionals after their performances at Region last Saturday at the University of West Georgia. The Lady Jackets finished fourth at Region and the Lady Phoenix took sixth as both squads punched thei…

  • By Jay Hawkins, Correspondent
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ROME -- The Coosa Eagles played host to the Gordon Central Warriors on Friday night in the final regular season game for both teams. Getting a win against a solid Coosa team was always going to be difficult for Gordon Central, but their path to victory was made that much steeper as they were…

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With a roster featuring 10 of 11 players who were getting set to play their first-ever college basketball game, Georgia Northwestern head coach David Stephenson knew his young, freshmen-heavy team would need to grow up in a hurry once the season began.

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