When the Troup Tigers snap the football, there's a pretty good chance something spectacular is going to happen.
LaGrange High's softball team, in the first of two games it will play against Columbus High this week, fell short 7-1 on Monday in a game that was postponed earlier this season because of rain.
LaGrange College's golf team, looking to build on a stellar 2013-2014 season that ended with a top-10 finish at the NCAA Division III national championship in the spring, opened its fall season with a fifth-place performance in the Tournament...
HAMILTON - If there's a silver lining for the Callaway Cavaliers, here it is.
The LaGrange Grangers were hoping to pick up the pace offensively in Friday's game against Mary Persons.
It's another county showdown.For the third time this season, Callaway Stadium will be the site of a game between two county foes.
It was another four-touchdown performance for LaGrange College quarterback Graham Craig.It wasn't enough to keep the Panthers from dropping their first game of the season, though.
The LaGrange Grangers were unable to get much going against a strong Mary Persons team Friday night.
HAMILTON - It was all going so well for the Callaway Cavaliers.With the clock winding down in the first half, the Cavaliers were leading 17-0, and they had the home-standing Harris County Tigers on their heels.
While the LaGrange College Panthers haven't been a flawless team through the first two weeks of the season, they have displayed one quality that every team would love to have.
COLUMBUS - They were two points short.The Troup Tigers had their way offensively during Thursday's game against Carver, accumulating more than 500 yards while putting 41 points on the scoreboard.
They've taken the field nine times, and eight times they've won in dominant fashion.
It was a solid effort for LaGrange pitcher Cassidy Creed during Thursday's Region 1-AAAAA game against Northside.
Troup's softball team did plenty of damage at the plate during Thursday's region showdown against Woodward Academy.
The Lafayette Christian School Cougars have shown they can win on their home field.
Everything was going wrong.
They got to finish the game this time.Earlier this season, the Troup Lady Tigers were leading Brookstone 3-1 when the came was canceled because of rain.
The LaGrange Grangers are rested and ready to put together their first winning streak of the season.LaGrange, which beat Spalding County 14-8 on Sept. 5 for its first win, will be in Forsyth on Friday to take on Mary Persons.
They were cruising along, holding a seemingly comfortable six-run lead, and their pitcher was tossing a no-hitter.
Sam Bowie continued to leave the opposition in his foot steps.
The Troup Lady Tigers are going to finish the regular season with a winning record in the region.They made sure of that with a one-sided victory over Sandy Creek on Tuesday in a Region 5-AAAA softball game.
It was just like he drew it up.The Callaway Cavaliers were up 7-0 against the Heard County Braves when offensive coordinator Matt Napier called for a passing play.The play was executed to perfection.
For the only time during the regular season, a week will go by without a varsity game taking place at Callaway Stadium.Callaway, LaGrange and Troup are all in action this week, but each team will be on the road.
It was more overtime magic.In the season opener, the LaGrange College Panthers needed two overtime periods to beat Birmingham-Southern 34-28.
It didn't go as planned.