Another week, another tournament championship for the LaGrange College golf team.The Panthers came into this week's Wynlakes Invitational in Montgomery, Ala. having won two of their previous three tournaments.
HAMILTON – After Jake Howard reached on a leadoff single in the top of the seventh inning, the LaGrange Grangers thought they might be on the comeback trail.
The Sandy Creek baseball team was on the bus and en route to Troup High for Tuesday's baseball game.
When it comes to baseball, failure is a way of life.Even the best baseball players in the world are going to be unsuccessful a lot more than they're successful.
Craig Garner may have found his way into the world of coaching anyway, but Phil Williamson wasn't taking any chances.
The Troup Tigers had just finished a three-game sweep of the Carrollton Trojans, who won a state championship a year ago.
A day after getting swept by one of the country's top teams, the LaGrange College Panthers were the ones doing the sweeping on Sunday.
When they crossed the finish line, a little more than one-10th of a second separated LaGrange's Sam Bowie and Whitewater's Don Harp in the 3,200-meter run at the Carrollton Invitational on Saturday.
ROME – The Callaway Cavaliers were hoping to pull off a season sweep of the Pepperell Dragons on Saturday, and they nearly made it happen.
If the Troup Tigers have proven anything in their past two games, it's that they're not going to let a little adversity keep them down.
The red-hot LaGrange Grangers thumped the Carver Tigers 10-2 on Friday.The Grangers, who were 1-3 in Region 1-AAAAA at one point, have ripped off four straight wins to move to 5-3 in the region.
They're headed back to nationals.
A pair of LaGrange College basketball players will get a chance to play in an all-star game in Atlanta today.
What a difference a week makes.Last Thursday, the LaGrange Grangers were headed home from Columbus after losing a 5-4 heart-breaker to Northside in a game where they twice led by two runs.
LaGrange High's soccer teams hit the field one more time before taking some time off for spring break.Facing Douglas County on Thursday at Callaway Stadium, both LaGrange teams fell a bit short.
CARROLLTON – The Troup Tigers put together a big-time seventh-inning rally to pull off a road win over the defending state champions on Thursday.
Coming off Tuesday's disappointing loss to Central-Carroll, the Callaway Cavaliers bounced back in a big way with a 13-3 road win over Rockmart on Tuesday.
They made it interesting, but an eight-run deficit was too much for the LaGrange College Panthers to overcome.
After a disheartening road loss to the Northside Patriots, the LaGrange Grangers were saddled with a 1-3 record in region play, and they were fighting to stay out of last place.
HAMILTON - The LaGrange Grangers weren't going to lose another tough region game on the road.
Bo Halcomb had himself quite a day.
They were three outs away.As the seventh inning of Tuesday's game began, the Callaway Cavaliers had a 3-2 lead over the rival Central-Carroll Lions.
COLUMBUS - It couldn't have started much worse.
They had no trouble finding the net.The Callaway Lady Cavaliers rolled to a 10-0 road win over Pepperell on Tuesday in a Region 5-AAA soccer match.
It's nice to have an ace, and the Callaway Cavaliers, LaGrange Grangers and Troup Tigers each have one.