The best season in school history came to a close for the Lafayette Christian School Cougars on Saturday.
The Callaway Lady Cavaliers made their home debut a winning one.Facing Central-Phenix City on a frigid Friday night, Callaway rolled to a 5-2 victory to improve to 2-1 on the young season.
Players often talk about how their teammates are like family to them, like brothers even.For two Callaway Cavaliers, that family connection is as real as it gets.
There are no style points.When it gets to this time of the year, the only thing that matters is surviving and advancing.
It was a winning home debut for the LaGrange College baseball team.Facing Huntingdon in the opener of a three-game USA South series, LaGrange College rolled to a 9-0 victory, with Eric Morell getting the complete-game shutout.
The search took a while, but Chip Medders believes it was time well-spent.
The LaGrange College Panthers put on an offensive display for the home fans Thursday night.Facing Toccoa Falls, the Panthers came out hot, and they never cooled off on the way to a 116-93 victory.
They lost a pair of heart-breakers in the region tournament, but the news wasn't all bad for the Lafayette Christian School Cougars.
The LaGrange Academy Lady Warriors hope to return home with a championship trophy in hand tonight.
It was anybody's game.
They took care of business.
The Troup Tigers gave their fans that turned out on a frigid Wednesday afternoon plenty to cheer about.
Home-court advantage has meant a lot to the Callaway Cavaliers the past two seasons.The Cavaliers have played four home games in the state tournament the past two years, and they've won them all.
It wasn't their night.The LaGrange Lady Grangers walked onto their home court Tuesday looking to keep their season alive with a win over Grovetown in the first round of the Class AAAAA state tournament.
It's not that the Callaway Cavaliers weren't excited about winning a third consecutive region championship.
The season came to a close for the Callaway Lady Cavaliers in the first round of the Class AAA state tournament on Tuesday.Facing home-standing Ringgold, the Lady Cavaliers lost 54-39.
Forgot about the record.When LaGrange head coach Mike Pauley looks at today's state-tournament opponent, he doesn't care that the Houston County Bears have a losing record.
They believed.As the LaGrange Lady Grangers headed to the locker room at the halftime of last week's Region 1-AAAAA tournament game against Columbus, they were facing a 15-point deficit.
They're hot at the right time.The Callaway Lady Cavaliers are heading into today's state-tournament opener at Ringgold feeling good about themselves.
They're off and running.The Troup Tigers played their first official game of the season on Monday, and they got past home-standing Northgate 8-3.
CEDARTOWN – Ho-hum, it's another region championship for the Callaway Cavaliers.The Cavaliers held off a determined Rockmart team 69-63 on Saturday to win the Region 5-AAA title at Cedartown High School.
COLUMBUS - They earned that one.The LaGrange Grangers survived two hard-fought, down-to-the-wire games to capture the Region 1-AAAAA championship.
COLUMBUS - The LaGrange Lady Grangers reached the Region 1-AAAAA championship game with a sensational second-half comeback against Columbus.
CEDARTOWN - After losing a heart-breaker in the semifinals of the Region 5-AAA tournament, the Callaway Lady Cavaliers bounced back to win a thriller in the third-place game.
A quartet of local wrestlers finished the season with a spot on the podium.