The match-ups are set.The softball teams from Callaway, LaGrange and Troup will all be on the road next week for the opening round of the state tournament.Teams will play best-of-three series beginning Wednesday.
Megan Lindsay's smile, her enthusiasm, her zest for life, her always sunny demeanor, it was all contagious.
The LaGrange Grangers are 2-0 in the region.If they're going to make it to 3-0 in Region 1-AAAAA, they'll have to beat one of the state's best football teams.
LaGrange High's softball team is headed to state.The Lady Grangers went 2-2 in the Region 1-AAAAA tournament in Columbus to finish fourth and secure a spot in the state playoffs.
Drew Connell doesn't know what's going to happen Friday night.The Troup Tigers are facing a Woodward Academy offense that is scoring nearly 40 points per game and has weapons all over the field.
It doesn't get any easier.The Troup Tigers played an extremely challenging non-region schedule, and they made it through those five games with a winning record.
After an impressive homecoming performance, the Lafayette Christian School Cougars will take a week off.The Cougars, who improved to 4-3 with last week's 55-6 win over Covington Academy, won't play this week.
It was a historic day at Lafayette Christian School, with a new cross-country course on campus playing host to its first ever high-school competition.
The first step is in the books.
The Troup Lady Tigers, after dropping Tuesday's region-tournament series to Woodward Academy, are headed to state as a number four seed.
He doesn't spend a whole lot of time on the sideline.During the 2013 season, Devin Powell was a starting offensive lineman for the Callaway Cavaliers, and he did his job well.
The Callaway Cavaliers will begin their quest for a three-peat this week.
ROCKMART - They're headed to state.The Callaway Lady Cavaliers, needing a victory over Pepperell in the Region 5-AAA softball tournament to secure a state berth, made it happen in dramatic fashion.
The first two plays netted almost nothing.After taking the opening kickoff in Friday's game against Columbus, LaGrange High tried two running plays, and they both went for one yard.
This afternoon in Rockmart, the Callaway Lady Cavaliers will play their biggest game of the season.Everything is on the line.
After taking a week off, the Callaway Cavaliers and Troup Tigers will get back at it this week.
The Maryville Scots, looking very much like a team capable of winning a second straight conference championship, scored the final 28 points on Saturday to hand the visiting LaGrange College Panthers a 48-17 loss.
They took care of business.
It was a season-saving win.Had the LaGrange College Panthers lost to Averett last weekend, they would have fallen to 0-2 in the USA South.
Pink was the color of the day.The volleyball teams from Callaway, LaGrange and Troup got together on Thursday for the Dig Pink classic, with money raised from the event going to help combat breast cancer.
Hoping to close the regular season on an up-note, the Callaway Lady Cavaliers instead fell to visiting Northside 4-1 on Thursday.The good news for the Lady Cavaliers (13-14) is there is still softball to be played.
It's not the same old Columbus.
If it was a Friday night and the LaGrange Grangers were at home, young Triston Dozier was usually there, settled into his seat at Callaway Stadium cheering the team on.
They'll be volleying for a good cause today.
The Troup softball team met its match.Facing Whitewater in the opening round of the Region 5-AAAA tournament on Wednesday, Troup lost 14-8 and 8-0.