The Gordon Lee Trojans haven't flinched all season long and they certainly weren't going to start on the final game of the season.
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The Gordon Lee Trojans gave up a run in the top of the first inning on Wednesday, but responded with nine straight runs and claimed the GHSA Class 1A Public School state baseball championship with a 9-3 Game 3 win over Schley County at historic Grayson Stadium in Savannah.
The Gordon Lee Trojans and Lady Trojans both gave it a run on Tuesday, but both teams were forced to settle for state runner-up finishes in the GHSA Class 1A Public School state golf tournaments.
With 18 holes in the books at the GHSA State Golf Championships, the Gordon Lee Trojans and Lady Trojans are still in the hunt for a state title sweep.
The Gordon Lee High School football team will have a new head coach this upcoming football season and it will once again be a former Trojan player.
The Gordon Lee Trojans track team made the long drive to Albany last weekend and returned home with a fourth-place finish in the Class 1A Public School team standings and three individual state titles.
After coming so close to winning a team state title last year, falling to second place in the standings on the final race of the championships, the Gordon Lee Lady Trojans began the 2019 track season on a mission to learn from last year's disappointment and rectify it.
After coming ever so close to winning team state championships the past few years, the Gordon Lee Lady Trojans' track team will go into Saturday at the Class 1A Public School state meet in Albany with a chance to win their first crown since 2014.
Unless something really bizarre happens on Saturday, the Gordon Lee Trojans' track team will not be bringing home a state team title from Albany.
The first day of the 2019 GHSA Class 1A Public School state track meet has finished in Albany and the Gordon Lee Lady Trojans find themselves atop the team standings.
As his team prepared to hit in the bottom of the sixth inning of Game 1, all tied up at 4-4 against No. 7-seeded and upset-minded Seminole County, Gordon Lee senior catcher Chris Potter spoke up in the dugout.
The Gordon Lee Trojans began defense of their Class 1A Public School state championship on Thursday and if Thursday's doubleheader was any indication, the Navy-and-White appeared to have picked up right where they left off in the playoffs a year ago.