COLUMBUS - After a thrilling, come-from-behind victory over the Northside Patriots, the LaGrange Grangers will play for a championship.
The LaGrange Lady Grangers are hoping to cap a memorable week in Columbus with a championship.
They're one win away from a three-repeat.The Callaway Cavaliers beat the Central-Carroll Lions 80-65 on Friday in the semifinals of the Region 5-AAA tournament in Cedartown.
COLUMBUS - It was shaping up to be another ho-hum, blowout victory for the Columbus Lady Blue Devils.
How about a three-peat?The Callaway Cavaliers have won back-to-back region championships, and they're looking to make it three in a row as they begin play in the Region 5-AAA tournament today in Cedartown.
They're rested and ready to chase a region championship.The LaGrange Grangers finished the regular season as the number two seed in Region 1-AAAAA, meaning they had a bye into the semifinals of the region tournament.
The Callaway Lady Cavaliers know they're going to state.They made that a reality by beating Cedartown 47-39 in the first round of the Region 5-AAA tournament on Wednesday.
Let's play ball.A new high-school baseball season has arrived, and Callaway, LaGrange and Troup will all be in action today in preseason games.The season officially kicks off next week.
The Lafayette Christian School Lady Cougars wrapped up third place in the region with a 60-53 victory over Atlanta Adventist on Thursday in Roopville.
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COLLEGE PARK - The Troup Tigers knew they had a shot.Even though they were facing a team they'd lost to twice during the regular season, they knew they could play with the Woodward Academy War Eagles.
For the third consecutive season, the Callaway Lady Cavaliers have made it to the state tournament.
She's hoping history repeats itself today.Two years ago, the LaGrange Lady Grangers were the number four seed in the Region 5-AAAA tournament, and they upset top-seeded Sandy Creek to reach the championship game.
It's the end of the road.The high-school wrestling season will come to a close over the next three days, with the state's best wrestlers gathering in Macon for the state meet.
COLUMBUS - A once comfortable lead had shrunk to single digits, and momentum seemed to be on Harris County's side during Tuesday's region-tournament game against LaGrange.
The record is what it is, and the Troup Tigers aren't happy to be 6-18.A look at the Tigers' results this season is revealing, though.
The Troup Lady Tigers needed a victory over Woodward Academy to keep their season alive on Tuesday, and for a half it looked like it could happen.
The last time the Callaway Lady Cavaliers played a game on Cedartown's home floor, they lost 54-31.If they want to keep their season alive, they'll have to have a better result today.
Troup High's Andrew Ingram earned his second straight trip to the state swim meet, and he fared well during the event that wrapped up on Saturday at Georgia Tech.
She's not ready for it to end.
The LaGrange Lady Grangers have beaten Harris County twice this season.If they can make it three-for-three today, they'll be headed to the state tournament.
They're headed to state.
The LaGrange College baseball team will open its season today, the game just won't be on its own field as originally scheduled.
There were 11 Troup wrestlers competing in the Class AAAA west sectional on Saturday, and seven of them have made it through to the state finals.
LaGrange High's Allie Paschal swam away with a pair of top-five finishes at the state meet on Saturday.