If heading into the state playoffs with momentum means anything, than the Callaway Cavaliers should be in good shape.The Cavaliers lost a road game to the Cedartown Bulldogs 2-0 on April 11, but they haven't lost since.
They came home with the trophy.The LaGrange Grangers headed to Harris County for the Region 1-AAAAA boys track meet last week, and by the time the final event had been contested, they were second to none.
Jenna Bragg is heading off to play college soccer, and she won't have to go far to do it.Bragg, a senior at Lafayette Christian School, has signed a letter of intent to play soccer at Point University.
The Callaway Lady Cavaliers are hoping for some home-field magic today.
They're tested and ready to go.
She had a chance to end it.
When Tristain Daugherty takes the mound, it's a comforting feeling for the LaGrange Grangers.
They're not ready for it to end.The LaGrange Grangers will head to Wrens today for the opening round of the Class AAAAA state soccer tournament.
It was a big day for the LaGrange Academy baseball team, which swept a doubleheader from Solid Rock and clinched home-field advantage for the state playoffs in the process.
They've been here before.During their first two seasons on the LaGrange High soccer team, Lauren Yates and Lauren Robinson were part of teams that reached the state tournament.
The Callaway Cavaliers lost the game, but coach Jake Hembree wasn't disappointed.In their final game of the regular season last week, the Cavaliers pushed the LaGrange Grangers to overtime before losing 1-0.
They were back on the turf at Callaway Stadium for a football game, although the stakes aren't nearly as high as they'll be four months from now when they open the season.
Chris Mabe will always be a part of the LaGrange High baseball family.Mabe, who would have been a senior this spring, was killed during a car wreck in April of 2013 during the midst of his sophomore baseball season.
It's showtime.The state baseball tournament is set to get under way this week, and for the first time since 2012, Callaway, LaGrange and Troup will all get a chance to enjoy the playoff experience.
It wasn't so much the money, although every amount helps when you're heading off to college.
FAYETTEVILLE – Denied in their quest to win a region title, the Troup Tigers will now try to capture a more important championship.
The LaGrange Grangers secured third place in Region 1-AAAAA with a 17-0 win over Carver on Friday in a game that was shortened to five innings because of the run rule.
She has accomplished so much during her time as a soccer player at Lafayette Christian School, but senior Miranda Powell is eager to get better.