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Gordon Central junior Jake Reynolds recently won the Amateur High School Bass Anglers’ Angler of the Year Award. Along with the award, Reynolds will also receive a $2,450 college scholarship. He also earned plaques for the Big Fish at Lake Allatoona at the tournament last Aug. 19 and for bei…

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TEMPE, Ariz. – The Intercollegiate Tennis Association announced the 2018 ITA Regional Awards on Monday. Former Calhoun High standout McClain Kessler was honored with the Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award while Oliver Crawford was honored with the Rookie of the Year award in the …

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WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — The USTA today announced that Carly Briggs was named to the third annual USTA Junior Leadership Team, which recognizes America’s finest junior tennis players who exhibit leadership, sportsmanship and character on and off the court.

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Coming off a 2017 season in which they showed progress in the right direction, the Gordon Central Warriors displayed that the arrow is still pointing upward with a solid performance in their Spring Game against Trion on Friday night at Ratner Stadium.

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COLUMBIA, S.C. — For just the second time in school history and the first time since 2007, No. 9-seeded South Carolina softball advanced to a super regional after capturing the Columbia Regional Championship on Sunday with a pair of wins over Liberty. The Gamecocks defeated Liberty 2-0 in th…

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PHILADELPHIA — Tuesday afternoon, the Ivy League announced Eduardo Malinowski as Rookie of the Week following his notable performance on the road Wednesday at Villanova and over the weekend at Yale. The freshman second-baseman pushed his impressive hit streak to 12 games before finally losin…

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POWDER SPRINGS — In an evenly-matched game, sometimes one bounce or a break one way or the other can make the difference. Unfortunately for Calhoun, that bounce didn’t go in their favor on Friday as their impressive season came to a heartbreaking end.

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The Calhoun coaching staff had a pretty good idea of what to expect from their returning starters off the team that won a state title back in December. So as they entered Spring Practice a couple weeks ago, one of their biggest focuses was on developing depth and seeing which younger, more i…

  • By Dennis Knight, Savannah Morning News
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SAVANNAH — Calhoun is headed to the state championship game for the third time in seven years under coach Matt Rice after a clutch win on Tuesday night over Windsor Forest in Savannah. The Jackets scored early in the first half and early in the second half before holding off a late Windsor F…

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The Calhoun Yellow Jackets took a long trip to Morgan County on Wednesday as they looked to make their run in the postseason continue a little longer. After a hard-fought defensive game, the Jackets emerged victorious with a berth in the Class AAA Elite Eight.

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For the first 20 minutes of the game on Saturday, it looked like Sonoraville was the dominant team, controlling possession and producing multiple scoring opportunities against their Class AAA State Tournament First Round opponent Pace Academy. The Lady Phoenix couldn’t quite push one into th…

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ATLANTA — Last year in the playoffs, Calhoun was the team that got the breaks and came up with the clutch plays at the plate and in the field to pull out a hard-fought series win against Lovett and keep their season alive. This year the roles reversed.

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