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DeKalb 2018 graduates earn an estimated $6.37 million in athletic scholarships

Outgoing senior student-athletes from DeKalb County School District raked in $6.37 million worth of scholarships for their collegiate futures. These student-athletes received a total of 173 scholarships from 103 colleges in 27 states all across the country. The schools with the most scholarships given were Fort Scott Community College in Kansas, Miles College in Alabama [...]
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Marist wins 19th-straight Director’s Cup; Alpharetta, Elbert Co. take home first

The Regions Bank Director’s Cup is an award presented by the Georgia Athletic Directors Association that is given to the school in each GHSA classification that has shown exceptional performance in all sports. The Director’s Cup takes into account all 25 GHSA sports when determining their standings. For each gender, each school’s top eight sports [...]
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State playoffs set to start

Article & photos courtesy of The Citizen --> Original Article Here Tennis is the first of the spring sports to begin state playoff action in the Georgia High School Association, with first-round matches this week. In Region 2-AAAAAAA, East Coweta has the fourth-seeded boys team that will travel to Camden County and ... More

State tennis playoffs set to start

Article & photos courtesy of The Citizen --> Original Article Here Tennis is the first of the spring sports to begin state playoff action in the Georgia High School Association, with first-round matches this week. In Region 2-AAAAAAA, East Coweta has the fourth-seeded boys team that will travel to Camden County and ... More

GHSA’s ruling to replay basketball ending irks Peach County

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here The Georgia High School Association is calling for the final second of a basketball game to be replayed tonight in Gwinnett County because of what the association believes was the misapplication of a rule by a game official ... More

Despite losing, Lady Gamecocks display winning attitude

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here Two Screven County defenders chase after a dribbling Laney Lady Wildcats player in their game during the 2013 season. (Photo courtesy of The Augusta Chronicle) On Dec. 27, 2017, the Screven County Lady Gamecocks defeated Portal ... More

Rower earns scholarship

Article & photos courtesy of The Citizen --> Original Article Here The Peachtree City Rowing Club has announced that one of its members has received a rowing scholarship and will attend Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Fla. Jodie Harmon, who began her rowing career last year at one of the ... More

Legendary Warner Robins football coach dies

Article and photos courtesy of the Macon Telegraph --> Original Article Here Richard Fendley, former head football coach at Warner Robins High School and defensive coordinator on two of the school’s national champion teams, died Sunday. He was 77. Fendley was head coach and athletics director at Warner Robins High for ... More

Funeral for legendary Warner Robins football coach is Wednesday

Article and photos courtesy of the Macon Telegraph --> Original Article Here Richard Fendley, former head football coach at Warner Robins High School and defensive coordinator on two of the school’s national champion teams, died Sunday. He was 77. Fendley was head coach and athletics director at Warner Robins High for ... More

GOTW: Dublin at Dodge County

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution --> Original Article Here Every Thursday, Class AA blogger Adam Krohn will preview a game of the week (GOTW). Dublin Fighting Irish at Dodge County Indians When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Memorial Stadium, Eastman Records, rankings: Dublin is 4-2 ... More