Glendon Poe | The Valdosta Daily TimesBrooks County defensive lineman Tae'Aviion Gray (88) celebrates after tackling a Callaway player in the backfield during the first half of a Class 2A state quarterfinal-round playoff game at Veterans Stadium on Friday night in Quitman.
CAMILLA — No. 8 Clinch County wrapped up a 21-0 shutout of Mitchell County on Friday to advance to the semifinal round of the Class A-Public playoffs.
VALDOSTA — With their sights on a third Class 2A state semifinals appearance since 2013, the Brooks County Trojans host the Callaway Cavaliers in the quarterfinal round at 7:30 p.m. at Veterans Stadium on Friday.
Xavier Rose scored 21 points, Jordan Coffee added 19, Josh Flounoy chipped in 13 and 17 rebounds and the Highland Christian Academy boys downed Echols County 67-43 in the team's first public school matchup Friday night.
MACON –– The Valwood Valiants staved off a potential game-winning drive by Trinity Christian with 34 seconds remaining to capture their third GISA state championship, winning 14-9 on Friday night in Macon.
A three-touchdown deficit was too much for the Georgia Christian Generals to overcome in the fourth and they ended an impressive season with a 41-14 loss against the defending champion Community Christian Knights in a GICAA semifinal-round game in Stockbridge on Friday night.
VALDOSTA — Following the conclusion of an incredible bounce back campaign in 2017 for the Valdosta State soccer program, the team was recognized accordingly Wednesday with a host of all-region honors announced by the Division II Conference Commissioner's Association (D2CCA).
HAHIRA –– Fans gathered outside Valwood School to send off the Valiants’ football team on Thursday before their trip up to Macon for tonight’s GISA state championship game.
VALDOSTA — The No. 6 Brooks County Trojans travel for the first time this postseason Friday night. They visit the No. 7 Dodge County Indians at 7:30 at Memorial Stadium in Eastman.
VALDOSTA — The Georgia Christian Generals made it to the GICAA state semifinal round. Their opponent: undefeated, defending state champion Community Christian.
VALDOSTA — Five Valdosta State football players were named to the 2017 All-Gulf South Conference team, four of which were first-time honorees, as announced by the league office on Wednesday.
VALDOSTA — The Valdosta-Lowndes County Parks and Recreation Authority is looking to recreate the atmosphere of the Winnersville Classic rivalry between Valdosta and Lowndes in December.
The 9th annual Swamp Duals was held Saturday in Waycross, where Valdosta High finished second to host Ware County in the championship round of the 10-team wrestling tournament.
VALDOSTA — From a surface view, No. 8 Valdosta State simply recorded a ho-hum 76-47 victory against an overmatched Albany State at The Complex.
VALDOSTA — When the Valdosta-Lowndes County Parks and Recreation Authority began its school-based youth football league in 2013, there were about 10 competing teams.
Valdosta State's Chloe Chubilleau made 10 kills, Katie McInnis had nine, Sara Dandridge finished with a match-high 25 assists but it wasn't enough to lift the volleyball team past the Lee Flames in its season finale at The Complex on Saturday afternoon.
QUITMAN –– The Brooks County Trojans scored 17 of their 39 points in the first quarter as they romped the Vidalia Indians 39-7 in the Class 2A playoffs on Friday night.
Blaine Cooper finished with three touchdowns, Will Copeland and Logan Hornsby each had two and Georgia Christian rolled past Life Christian 56-6 to advance to the semifinal round of the GICAA state playoffs Friday night in Dasher.
VALDOSTA — Energized by quick-strike plays and a stout defensive effort, the No. 1 Lowndes Vikings rolled to a 60-6 rout of the Campbell Spartans in the first round of the Class 7A state playoffs Friday night at Martin Stadium.
ST. SIMONS — Frederica Academy was clinging to a 10-7 lead with less than three minutes to play against Valwood School in Friday's GISA Class 3A semifinal playoff game when the unthinkable happened.
VALDOSTA — The past two weeks have been good to the top-ranked Lowndes Vikings. They’ve had time to revel in their Region 1-7A championship win, rest and get healthy before what they hope to be five more weeks of football.
VALDOSTA –– After bouncing the defending GISA Class 3A state champions from the playoffs last week, the Valwood Valiants (8-3) travel to St. Simons to face the Frederica Academy Knights (7-3) in the GISA semifinals.
VALDOSTA –– The Berrien Rebels (4-6) travel to Savannah for a first-round playoff matchup with the Benedictine Cadets (10-0) tonight at 8.
VALDOSTA — Valdosta State’s playoff hopes effectively came to an end last Saturday in a 38-14 loss against West Alabama, but there’s still a game to be played.
Xavier Rose scored 11 of his game-high 31 points in the second quarter to help the Highland Christian Academy boys basketball team to a 71-58 victory against Central Georgia Arts Academy in its season opener at home Tuesday night.
VALDOSTA –– There will be a new GISA state champion this year after the Valwood Valiants thumped the John Milledge Academy Trojans 42-7 last Friday at Goddard Field.
VALDOSTA –– The Valdosta State basketball teams held a meet-and-greet with fans as part of the “Meet the Blazers” event on Monday at the VSU P.E. Complex.