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Davis keeps hoop dreams alive

Kelvin Davis might be 51-years-old, but don't expect him to become the national spokesperson for people thinking about retirement.

Walls picked to play in U.S. Army All-American Bowl

Eagle's Landing Christian Academy senior Avery Walls is a goal setter when it comes to what he wants to accomplish on the football field.

Chargers bolt to big first half lead en route to region win

It was one of those games where everything just seemed to go right for the Eagle's Landing Christian Chargers.

Strong Rock rolls past ELCA on diamond

The softball landscape might be changing in the Southern Crescent.

Lovejoy scores early, often in victory over Morrow

The Lovejoy Wildcats started scoring about the time they got off the bus, and kept scoring the rest of the night.

Strong Rock holding its own in GHSA competition

The Strong Rock Christian Lady Patriots softball team hasn't scheduled any pushovers just because it's competing in the Georgia High School Association for the first time.

Young named head coach of D-League squad in Utah

Kevin Young's life couldn't be any better.

First fans come together again

Fifty years ago, the United States was in the middle of the Cold War.

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Stewart breaks drought and wins EmoryHealth Care 500

The Victory Lane drought is over.

Ola gains confidence with 24-10 win over rival Henry County

If Ola head football coach John Kovzel was looking for a confidence booster for his team, he found it Friday night as his Mustangs' rolled to 24-10 victory against Henry County in a non-region contest.

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