Prep Sports

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A dominant start set the tone for Unity Christian’s opening match in the GICAA Division I-A state playoffs Thursday as they swept Covenant Christian Academy in three sets to move into the semifinals.

There was no stopping the Rome High football team Friday night as the No. 1-ranked Wolves ran for 404 yards total and scored six touchdowns in the second quarter en route to a 68-7 road win over Paulding County.

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