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Rounding into Form
With the National Select 7-on-7 qualifier looming Friday, Valdosta High School is hoping to be rounding into form.
Wildcats prepare for passing league
Football season is approaching but don’t think for a second that the Valdosta Wildcats are waiting for a chance to compete.
Dominique Wheeler showing confidence as NFL rookie
Dominique Wheeler slowly made a name for himself during his four-year career as a Valdosta State Blazer. Playing at the cornerback position, Wheeler had to wait his turn to start at the position. However by the time he ended his senior year, he had played in 45 games, including nine starts his senior season.
Lawrence Virgil working to make the Saints final roster
With college and the Valdosta State football team behind him, Brooks County’s own Lawrence Virgil is working hard to make a name for himself in the National Football League.
Let Freedom Run
Fireworks and family barbecues have become the common way for Americans to celebrate the day the United States separated from England, but over the past nine years citizens of Valdosta have developed another Independence Day tradition: the annual Valdosta 5K.
Not Just for Kicks
Few have the patience, discipline and determination to earn a black belt from the American Taekwondo Association, but even when students reach this esteemed ranking the journey is far from finished. This is true for Mitchell Church, owner and chief instructor of Performance Martial Arts Academy.
Valdosta 5K runs on Fourth of July
Family, fireworks and running.
For the ninth straight year, the Valdosta 5K will be a staple in today’s Fourth of July festivities in town. But the race will have a new course when the runners line up at 7:30 a.m. in front of the American Legion Post 13 on Williams Street.
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