The high-school season is over, but a handful of local athletes still have some football to play.Seven players representing Callaway, LaGrange and Troup will be participating in postseason all-star games in the coming weeks.
They're going for the season sweep.Two weeks ago, the LaGrange and Troup basketball teams got together for the first time, and it was the LaGrange teams coming away with the road wins.
The host Callaway teams, along with Troup, will be among the teams participating in a basketball showcase that begins today and wraps up on Monday.
They'll have their hands full.The LaGrange Grangers will be among the teams participating in the 20-team Hardaway Invitational, which features a power-packed field of teams from across the state.
Since the Callaway Cavaliers opened their season, head wrestling coach Ben Bone has been able to depend on a trio of wrestlers to go out and perform at their best each and every match.
Matt Mumme will try to help the United States bring home the gold.
He saw an opening, and he took it.After Callaway's Eddie Culpepper knocked down a game-tying 3-pointer with 20 seconds left in overtime, LaGrange had the ball with a chance to win it.
They turned the tables.On Saturday, the Callaway Lady Cavaliers were within striking distance in the fourth quarter, but they were out-played down the stretch and lost to LaGrange 69-51 on their own floor.
Arlington had no answer for LaGrange Academy's Whit Moreman.Moreman, a post player for the Warriors, had 34 points and 16 rebounds in Tuesday's 65-61 overtime victory.
It was a heart-breaking loss for the LaGrange Grangers, who watched the Callaway Cavaliers celebrate a 71-69 victory on Saturday.
It was a match he felt he should have won.
Well that was fun.In a thrilling game before a packed house at Callaway High Saturday night, the host Cavaliers and the LaGrange Grangers got together for the first of two meetings in a four-day span.
As the fourth quarter got started, the LaGrange Lady Grangers had a lead against Callaway, but it was hardly a comfortable one.
That's a wrap.
A trio of local wrestlers took top honors at the Chattahoochee River Wrestling Association tournament that was held Friday and Saturday at LaGrange High.
For most true freshmen in big-time college football, there's usually a fairly substantial adjustment period.
ATLANTA (AP) - A loss is never a good thing.Yet some are better than others.
It was a winning night for the Troup High basketball teams, who each had the upper-hand against home-standing Heard County on Friday.In the boys' game, the Tigers improved to 3-4 with an 80-35 victory over the Braves.
He's putting some big numbers in the score book.Jamal Wilkerson has the ability to score points in bunches, and he's been doing just that in the Troup Tigers' past two games with a total of 65 points.
They'll carry a perfect record into their first region game of the season.
There'll be plenty of take-downs in the LaGrange High gym this weekend.
The award has Craig Garner's name it, but he's happy to share the honor.Last week, the Troup High coach found out he'd won a prestigious award given by the Georgia Dugout Club.
Jamal Bruce has helped the Duke Blue Devils make history.For the first time ever, a Duke football team has made it to a bowl game for a third consecutive season.
It's a work in progress.That's the way Craig Garner, who has taken over as the Troup High wrestling coach this season, looks at things.
Everything was going right for the Troup Tigers.After falling behind by eight points in the third period, the Tigers turned things in their favor, and 90 seconds into the fourth quarter they had a six-point lead.