In a battle of two perfect teams, the LaGrange Grangers made sure there wouldn't be any suspense.
He doesn't expect his wrestlers to win every time they walk on the mat.What Troup head coach Craig Garner does want, though, is for each of his wrestlers to fight like crazy until a match is over.
Luke Elder and Jeremiah Wright, two standouts on LaGrange High's football team last season, will share the field one more time next week, although they'll be on opposite sidelines.
They started fast, and they finished strong.
The Callaway Cavaliers weren't missing early.
The LaGrange Grangers have had their share of nail-biters this season.
The Troup Tigers and LaGrange Grangers will be among the teams hoping to come away with the top spot in the Dariel Daniel Duals today.
It has become a familiar script for the Troup Tigers.They've done so many things right this season, and they have been in the mix to win nearly every game they've played.
They were a little slow out of the gate, but once they started rolling, they didn't look back.
He finished the drill this time.LaGrange's Emmanuel Mann made it to the championship round of the Chattahoochee River Wrestling Association tournament last weekend before falling short.
It'll be a busy day of basketball at Callaway Middle School that will be capped by a showdown between two county rivals.
It was the same result, but a different hero for the LaGrange Grangers.On Tuesday, LaGrange beat Callaway 80-78 when LaPerion Perry drove to the basket and hit a game-winning shot at the buzzer.
It was a senior to the rescue.After Troup erased every bit of an eight-point deficit in the fourth quarter of Friday's game to pull even, LaGrange had the ball late with a chance to win it.
The search for a new football coach at Troup High is under way.Lynn Kendall, who has been the team's head coach for the past three seasons, won't be returning to that position next year.
The high-school season is over, but a handful of local athletes still have some football to play.Seven players representing Callaway, LaGrange and Troup will be participating in postseason all-star games in the coming weeks.
They're going for the season sweep.Two weeks ago, the LaGrange and Troup basketball teams got together for the first time, and it was the LaGrange teams coming away with the road wins.
The host Callaway teams, along with Troup, will be among the teams participating in a basketball showcase that begins today and wraps up on Monday.
They'll have their hands full.The LaGrange Grangers will be among the teams participating in the 20-team Hardaway Invitational, which features a power-packed field of teams from across the state.
Since the Callaway Cavaliers opened their season, head wrestling coach Ben Bone has been able to depend on a trio of wrestlers to go out and perform at their best each and every match.
Matt Mumme will try to help the United States bring home the gold.
He saw an opening, and he took it.After Callaway's Eddie Culpepper knocked down a game-tying 3-pointer with 20 seconds left in overtime, LaGrange had the ball with a chance to win it.
They turned the tables.On Saturday, the Callaway Lady Cavaliers were within striking distance in the fourth quarter, but they were out-played down the stretch and lost to LaGrange 69-51 on their own floor.
Arlington had no answer for LaGrange Academy's Whit Moreman.Moreman, a post player for the Warriors, had 34 points and 16 rebounds in Tuesday's 65-61 overtime victory.
It was a heart-breaking loss for the LaGrange Grangers, who watched the Callaway Cavaliers celebrate a 71-69 victory on Saturday.
It was a match he felt he should have won.