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Marquis Terry, Drew High

After rushing for a school record 1,910 yards and 18 touchdowns, Marquis Terry has been chosen the Clayton News Daily Clayton County Offensive Player of the Year.

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Jallah Neal, Drew

Jallah Neal, a junior linebacker at Drew, had 117 tackles, including 64 first stops as he was chosen the Clayton News Daily Clayton County Defensive Player of the Year.

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Dorwyn Lyles, Drew High

Drew first-year Dorwyn Lyles has been chosen the Clayton News Daily Clayton County Coach of the Year after leading the Titans to a 7-4 record and state playoff appearance.

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Cheyna Williams helps Florida State win national soccer title

One of the first teammates Cheyna Williams befriended when she transferred to Florida State earlier this year was Jamia Fields.

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Rasham Suarez returns to Atlanta as member of Southern Miss squad

Rasham Suarez has taken a long journey to get back to Atlanta.

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Amarlo Herrera earns All-SEC honors

Georgia senior linebacker Amarlo Herrera, a Southern Crescent native, received a pair of postseason honors.

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Kelsey Arnold breaks track and field record at Georgia Southern

Former Jonesboro High track and field athlete Kelsey Arnold, a sophomore at Georgia Southern, broke her own school record in the weight throw by nearly a meter as the Eagles track and field program opened its 2014-15 indoor season at the Birmingham Southern Icebreaker meet.

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Forest Park Panthers win Clayton County wrestling titles

Hours after winning its second county dual wrestling title in as many years, Forest Park notched its fourth Clayton County Traditional Wrestling Championship in a row as the Panthers won eight of the 14 individual titles.

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Tiffany Wilson earns Big South Conference top freshman honor

Tiffany Wilson, Amarlo Herrera, Georgia Bulldogs, UNC Asheville Bulldogs

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North Clayton players named to the All-Region 4-AAA team

Three North Clayton players were chosen to the first team All-Region 4-AAA team, which was recently released.

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Kirklin Varnado set to lead South squad in Clayton County all-star game

After watching Kirklin Varnado workout during the spring drills, Mount Zion new coaching staff decided the best way to utilize the senior’s talents was at quarterback.

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Drew High players, coach get region recognition

Drew record-setting running back Marquis Terry was named the top player in Region 4-AAAAA, Div. A by the region coaches as they released the all-region team.

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Jonesboro made statement with win over Miller Grove

Jonesboro makes statement with Miller Grove win

Moments after the buzzer sounded in a steamy Drew High School gymnasium, Jonesboro headed to its locker room with a 73-52 win over Miller Grove.

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QuikTrip partners with charity to sponsor Atlanta NASCAR race

QuikTrip has partnered with national nonprofit organization Folds of Honor to sponsor the March 1 NASCAR race at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

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Auburn football player Jakell Mitchell shot and killed; arrest made

Auburn freshman football player Jakell Lenard Mitchell was shot and killed Sunday morning at an apartment complex near the Auburn University campus.

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Jonesboro defeats Miller Grove 73-52

Jonesboro sophomore James "M.J." Walker scored a career high 35 points to lead the defending state champion Cardinals to a 73-52 win over powerhouse Miller Grove on Saturday.

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Mount Paran too much for ELCA in title game | PHOTOS

Things started bad fast for Eagle’s Landing Christian, got worse even faster and never really got much better as the Chargers lost 49-7 to Mount Paran on Saturday in the Class A private-school championship game at the Georgia Dome.

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Jonesboro defeated Miller Grove 73-52 on Saturday in a non-region basketball game at Charles Drew High.

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Jonesboro, Miller Grove meet with bragging rights on the line

When Miller Grove coach Sharman White was first informed that the game against Jonesboro was being moved to nearby Drew High, he was sort of disappointed.