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Sonoraville’s Kevin Villatoro and Avery Hamilton and Calhoun’s Gabriel Garcia and Carter Baggett were four players that made their team go this past season.
Floyd County teams, say hello to your new neighbors.
The pressure was on Monday as Calhoun went to a playoff with Blessed Trinity in efforts to defend their state title from last season, and the Lady Jackets responded in fine fashion.
The Gordon Central Warriors got to put on display what they’ve accomplished in the last two weeks during spring practice on Friday when they held their annual Blue and White scrimmage, and many, including head coach David Humphreys, came away feeling encouraged.
Speed, strength, endurance and athleticism were the words of the weekend in Jefferson as they best track performers in the state were on full display at the Boys State Meet at Jefferson High.
The second day of the boys’ track and field state championship in Jefferson saw a local athlete break a school record in the track events.
There were big plays made all season long on the local diamonds, whether it be at the plate, in the field or on the mound, and many of those big plays and individual players helped teams to big wins.
The top female athletes in Georgia converged on Albany over the weekend for the Girls State Track Meet, and a pair of locals had top-three finishes to remember.
The Sonoraville and Gordon Central girls golf teams went to Chatsworth on Monday with one goal — to extend their season. And both accomplished just that.
Gordon Central hosted Class AAA ‘A’ Sectionals on Saturday with athletes from all over the state competing for berths to the Class AAA Girls (May 5-7 in Albany) and Boys (May 12-14 in Jefferson) State Meets.