Once was nice, twice was even better, and three times was really sweet.
A hallmark of LaGrange High's athletic program is its all-around excellence, and the 2014-2015 school year was no exception.
It's that time again.The West Georgia Superstar Football Camp has been a fixture in LaGrange for more than two decades, and it is still going strong.
It was a mismatch.During the state baseball playoffs, Callaway's Kevin Craft was untouchable.
It was a familiar scene at LaGrange College's practice field, with the coaches encouraging the players and leading them through a handful of drills.There was one big difference, though.
He's not ready to step away from the wrestling mat.Tyshon Cannon had an exceptional senior season for the Troup High wrestling team, and he isn't done with the sport.
LaGrange High will always hold a special place in Todd Herrington's heart.
When the LaGrange Grangers convene for the 2016 season, there'll be a new head baseball coach calling the shots.
He just wanted to contribute.After undergoing Tommy John surgery last summer, former Troup Tiger Josh King knew he wouldn't be ready to pitch when the 2015 season got under way.
During his final two seasons in high school, Jacob Ozley came close to winning a championship.The Troup Tigers advanced to the final four in 2012 and 2013, and they fell short both years.
If it was a big game, there was a good chance Tristain Daugherty was going to be on the mound, and that was good news for the LaGrange Grangers.
Qua Tucker is staying at home.Tucker, a senior at LaGrange High, is going to play soccer in college, and he won't have to leave his hometown to do it.
Having an outfielder like Tyler Bunn is a great comfort for a pitcher.
Devin Bray has taken his final swing, and has attempted his last putt as a member of the LaGrange High golf team.Bray, a senior, participated in the Class AAAAA state tournament in Columbus on Monday, and he shot an 86.
The ball connected with the club face, traveled about 50 yards, and trickled into a pond.
He overcame a thumb injury, as well as some stiff competition, to walk away with a region championship.Now, Callaway's Muhammad Nu-man will try to excel on an even bigger stage.
There was no score being kept, and the stakes obviously aren't as high as they'll be a few months down the road when the season begins, but it was still a game-like feel for the Callaway Cavaliers on Friday.
In his final high-school competition, LaGrange High's Jonathan Pelham earned a place on the podium.
She's ready for the challenge.Not long after LaGrange Academy's Marybeth Cottle started dribbling a basketball, she decided she wanted to play college basketball one day.
A trio of LaGrange Grangers found their way to the awards podium on Thursday as the state track meet got under way in Jefferson.
The Callaway Cavaliers will put the wraps on their two-week spring-practice period with a scrimmage today.The scrimmage, which will be held on Callaway's practice field, will begin at 4 p.m.
It comes down to this for the LaGrange College Panthers.Through three rounds of the NCAA Division III golf championship at the Grandover Resort (N.C.), the Panthers have put themselves in prime position to capture the title.
That Taydra Holt was able to play at all her senior season was an accomplishment in itself.
It's race day.The boys' state track and field meet gets under way today in Jefferson, and it will go through Saturday, with competitors from all six classifications in Georgia participating.
As he gathered his players together for their final post-game meeting of the season, Callaway head coach Dusty Hubbard knew there was nothing he could say that would ease the pain, that would help soften the blow.