They're so close.The Troup Lady Tigers have played three games this season, and while they've been competitive in each of them, they've been unable to break through for their first win.
With a pair of new players leading the way, the Lafayette Christian School Cougars opened the season in style on Tuesday.
ATLANTA - There were two thrilling games at Philips Arena on Tuesday.In the final game of the day, the Atlanta hawks rallied from a big deficit to beat the Boston Celtics 109-105.
Britt Gaylor wants to win 'em all.The LaGrange Academy boys' basketball coach isn't pleased with his team's 0-4 record, but he's looking at the bigger picture.
The LaGrange Grangers passed their first road test of the regular season with flying colors.
KeShun Freeman is 1-0 against Georgia.The Georgia Bulldogs have dominated the rivalry against Georgia Tech over the years, but on Saturday, it was the Yellow Jackets getting the upper-hand in a thrilling game.
In their season opener against Newnan, the Troup Tigers fell behind big early, and they ended up losing by 20 points.
Heading into the 2014 season, Callaway head coach Dusty Hubbard was hoping Perry Keith would be a contributing member of the pitching staff.He was that, and a whole lot more.
The Troup Tigers, despite leaving four weight classes unfilled, held their own during their season opener on Saturday.
The LaGrange College Panthers finished the weekend on a winning note.After falling to Berry College on Saturday, the LaGrange College women's basketball team bounced back to beat Oglethorpe 81-58 on Sunday.
There are no shortcuts.That's the message Craig Garner is stressing to the men he'll be leading this winter as the head coach of the Troup High wrestling team.
They've got one season left, and Troup's Tyshon Cannon and Preston Channell are hoping to make the most of it.
He was on fire.LaGrange's Derieko Smith had no trouble finding his shooting touch during Tuesday's home game against East Coweta.
In their season opener against Newnan last week, the LaGrange Lady Grangers found themselves holding a seven-point lead with less than two minutes remaining.
With senior Jamal Wilkerson leading the way, the Troup Tigers caught fire and nearly chased down the Opelika Bulldogs on Tuesday.
The Troup Lady Tigers put up a fight.Facing a veteran and talented Opelika team, Troup kept things competitive for much of the game on the way to a 70-56 loss on Tuesday.
When the realization hits, it's always an emotionally-wrenching moment.It doesn't matter if that moment comes after the final game of the regular season, or following the state-championship game.
The LaGrange Lady Grangers had the game in their grasp, but they were unable to finish things off.
The LaGrange College men's basketball team lost a heart-breaker on the road Monday night.The Panthers rallied from a four-point deficit late to take the lead, but Millsaps (Miss.) rallied to claim a 78-77 victory.
It wasn't the start the Troup Tigers were hoping for.Facing the Newnan Cougars on Saturday, the Tigers took the court looking to get off to a fast start in their season debut.
They were right there.As the second half got under way, the Troup Lady Tigers were within three points of Newnan, giving them hope they could begin their season with a home win.
The best season in school history came to a disappointing conclusion for the Lafayette Christian School Cougars on Friday.
With former LaGrange Granger Justyn Olson providing some key plays in the game's closing moments, the LaGrange College Panthers outlasted Pensacola Christian 61-60 on Saturday to improve to 3-1.