They took care of business.The Troup Tigers came into Thursday's game against Whitewater knowing they had to have a win to keep their region-championship hopes alive.
Logan Carson was locked in.Carson, a senior pitcher for the LaGrange Grangers, came out and shut down a strong Harris County team on Thursday.
The players were all gathered around Callaway head coach Dusty Hubbard, who was getting updates on a game of great interest to the Cavaliers.Earlier on Thursday, Callaway went out and thumped Rockmart 10-1.
They're the champs.The LaGrange Grangers steamrolled the opposition to take the top spot in the Region 1-AAAAA track meet that wrapped up Thursday in Harris County.
They're getting hot at the right time.Since a 2-0 road loss to the Cedartown Bulldogs on April 11, the Callaway Cavaliers have ripped off five straight wins, and they've won eight of nine overall.
It's time for the main event.The Troup Tigers played a doubleheader against visiting Fayette County on Wednesday in a prelude to today's huge game against Whitewater.
The LaGrange Grangers got off to a bad start, and things didn't get much better as Wednesday's game against Harris County went along.
The LaGrange Grangers were pushed to the limit, but they found a way.
They're moving on.The LaGrange Grangers upended Richmond Academy on Wednesday to advance to the second round of the Class AAAAA boys state tennis tournament.
They're the champs.The Lafayette Christian School Cougars overwhelmed Colonial Hills 8-0 on Tuesday at Callaway Stadium to wrap up a region championship.
They're playoff-bound.The LaGrange Grangers needed two things to happen on Tuesday to wrap up a berth in the Class AAAAA state tournament.
Their title hopes are still alive and well, although their margin for error is gone.The Troup Tigers faced off against homestanding Whitewater in a region showdown on Tuesday, and they fell short 2-0.
Callaway's Muhammed Nu-man wasn't going to let an injury slow him down.
Well that was fun.For the first time ever on Monday, sports teams from Callaway and LaGrange Academy got together on the playing field, and it was worth the wait.
With Terry Godwin making his debut as a high-school soccer player, the Callaway Cavaliers played what was likely their final home game of the season on Monday.
Here we go.For weeks now, it has been evident that Troup and Whitewater were going to end up playing for the Region 5-AAAA baseball championship.
They're headed to state.The LaGrange Grangers finished fourth in the Region 1-AAAAA golf tournament on Monday to secure a spot in the state tournament.
LaGrange College softball coach Jennifer Claybrook believes one of the strengths of her team is its ability to shrug off adversity and to come out swinging when it gets knocked down.
Considering the way the spring has gone, it was no surprise to see the LaGrange College Panthers hoisting the championship trophy on Sunday.
Weather permitting.Those two words have taken on added significance this spring, with rain creating havoc when it comes to high-school baseball scheduling.
For the second straight Friday, it was a washout when it came to high-school baseball.In what has been a recurring theme this spring, the baseball teams from Callaway, LaGrange and Troup each had their baseball games rained out.
Danterrius Bray, a key cog on LaGrange High's region-championship basketball team from last season, is about to become a Maryville Scot.
It didn't take the Troup Tigers long to wipe out their halftime deficit.
The way Perry Keith was dealing, the Callaway Cavaliers didn't need a whole lot of offense, but they went out and put a 10-spot on the scoreboard anyway.
It's on to the next game.The LaGrange Grangers suffered a painful loss on Thursday, with the Hardaway Hawks escaping with a 7-6 victory, but there's no time to dwell on it.