They're ready to play for keeps.After an impressive victory over Landmark Christian on Monday, the Callaway Lady Cavaliers will turn their attention to the all-important region schedule today.
It's game week for the Troup Tigers.After playing Upson-Lee in a preseason game on Aug.15, the Tigers were off last week while their two county rivals mixed it up at Callaway Stadium.
Each Tuesday throughout football season, I'll be taking a look back at some of the biggest plays, and some of the best performances from the previous week's football games.
He saw the number on the scoreboard, and he didn't care.
What a way to start a season.Before a packed house at Callaway Stadium Friday night, the Callaway Cavaliers and LaGrange Grangers put on a show.
They did so much right, and there were so many encouraging things to take from Friday's season opener for the LaGrange Grangers.
These are high times for the Callaway High football program.The Cavaliers, fresh off the best season in school history, head into a new season as one of the favorites to win the Class AAA state championship.
Talk about jumping into a season with a bang.The LaGrange Grangers will open their season against the Callaway Cavaliers Friday night, and it will be the first time those two teams have faced off in more than 10 years.
The Callaway Cavaliers will jump into a new season looking up at just one team in the Associated Press Class AAA poll.
When a football coach talks about the keys to a game, winning the turnover battle is usually at or near the top of the list.
There are plenty of speedy players on the Callaway roster, and nobody can pick 'em up and put 'em down faster than Cedric Maynard.
They're off and running.The LaGrange College Panthers, with a new season less than three weeks away, are in the midst of their first full week of preseason practice.
Brittany Mitchell stayed red-hot with her third home run of the season, but that wasn't enough to keep the Callaway Lady Cavaliers from falling to Landmark Christian 10-2 on Tuesday.
There will be plenty of talent on the field Friday night when LaGrange and Callaway square off in the season opener.
It's time to start playing for keeps.The softball teams from Troup and LaGrange, after playing five games apiece in the Callaway Classic over the weekend, will each kick off their region schedules this week.
With the five seniors leading the way, the Lafayette Christian School volleyball team opened its season in impressive fashion on Monday.
It wasn't the start the Troup Lady Tigers were hoping for.They opened their season with a pair of games on Friday in the Callaway Classic at Shuford Fields, and they lost them both.
After playing five games in two days to open the season, LaGrange High softball coach Jan Jones has a better idea of what her team needs to work on.
Sometimes it's not about how hard you hit it, but where you hit it.
Well that was impressive.Facing Greenville in a preseason game Friday night, the Callaway Cavaliers rolled to a 39-0 victory in Hogansville.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution revealed its Super 11 team on Friday, which is made up of the players it believes are the best in the state.
Chip Aplin, a former standout swimmer at LaGrange High, has been handed the keys to the LaGrange College swim program.
A year ago, the Lafayette Christian School Cougars opened their season on a down note with a one-sided loss to Shiloh Hills.
Region 5-AAAA has a new look this season, but one thing has remained the same.Sandy Creek and Carrollton, two of the state's best programs in recent years, will likely once again be the teams to beat in the region.
The Troup Tigers won't officially open their season for another two weeks, but they'll get to take a practice run tonight.