SANDERSVILLE - The Callaway Cavaliers stood toe-to-toe with the Washington County Golden Hawks in the first half.
They're on the board.The LaGrange Academy Lady Warriors were competitive in their first three games of the season, but they were unable to break through for a win.
It's tip time for the Troup High basketball teams.Troup's girls' and boys' basketball teams will be at home today for the season openers against Newnan.
The high-flying LaGrange College men's basketball team, which has scored more than 100 points in two of its first four games, will look to keep it going with a home game today.
The Raiders are the Troup County 11-12-year-old champions. Team members include Trey Williams, Jekari Ward, Auntrevion Scott, Victor Tolbert, Jace Godwin, Ladarios Williams, Jabralin Gooden, Isaiah Fanning, JB Wilson, Ian de Castro, CD Clark, Xzavion...
Spurred on by a boisterous home crowd, the LaGrange Grangers used a late 8-0 run to upend the Newnan Cougars 51-48 on Thursday in their season opener.
Holding a seven-point lead with less than two minutes remaining, it looked like the LaGrange Lady Grangers were headed for a season-opening win against Newnan.
They've been here before.A year ago, the Lafayette Christian School Cougars were in the semifinals of the Georgia Independent Christian Athletic Association eight-man state playoffs.
The Callaway Cavaliers were feeling good.
Dylan Johnson was ready to go.In Callaway's state-playoff opener against Ringgold last week, quarterback Terry Godwin was unable to play because of an injury.
For the first five games of the season, Dre Martin was the starting quarterback for the Callaway Cavaliers, but he missed the first few Region 5-AAA games after suffering a knee injury.
It's tip-off time.The LaGrange High basketball teams will jump into a new season today when they host Newnan, with the girls' game tipping off at 6 p.m., and the boys' game to follow at 7:30 p.m.
The Berry College Vikings scored 91 points and made more than half of their shots Wednesday night, and that would usually be enough to walk away with a win.
He's been here before.Callaway's Eddie Culpepper has been on the big stage a time or two, and he has always looked right at home in the spotlight.
They're preparing for a trip to the House of Pain.
Troup High's co-ed cheerleading team was one of the state's best.
It was a winning night for the LaGrange College women's basketball team.Looking for their first victory of the season, the Panthers stormed out to a big early lead and cruised to a 62-39 win to even their record at 1-1.
As the Raiders walked toward the sideline of Callaway Stadium at halftime of Monday's 11-12-year-old championship game, they looked up at the scoreboard and saw nothing but zeroes.
Magic Johnson lived up to his name.As the second half of Monday's 9-10-year-old championship game got under way at Callaway Stadium, the Bulldogs were facing a 2-0 deficit.
LaGrange College's Graham Craig made the most of his final college game.
The Bulldogs won the 9-10-year-old Troup County championship. Team members include Erounis Edmondson, Cameron Poythress, Steven Hill, Jerrian Fuler, Kelvin Howell, Bradshaud Atkinson, Demondre Woodyard, Deontaius Brooks, Magic Johnson, LaSabyan...
For the second time in three years, Callaway and Washington County will be locking horns in the second round of the state playoffs.The Cavaliers are hoping the rematch has a happier ending.
They went out in style.Facing Ferrum in the final game of the season, the LaGrange College Panthers got a huge game from senior quarterback Graham Craig on the way to a 44-28 victory.
They're back in the semis.For the second straight year, the Lafayette Christian School Cougars (9-2) have advanced to the final four of the Georgia Independent Christian Athletic Association state playoffs.
When it came time for Troup High's Jonathan Foster to make his college choice, it wasn't a difficult decision.