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Men's tennis clips the Shorter Hawks, 6-1
The Valdosta State Blazers took care of business against the Shorter Hawks with a short 6-1 win in Gulf South Conference men's tennis action on Saturday morning at The Blazer Tennis Courts.
Calhoun throws no-hitter to cap off sweep of UWG
The Valdosta State Blazer softball team put together a strong effort in a Gulf South Conference doubleheader in Carrollton on Saturday to defeat the West Georgia Wolves 7-3 and 5-0.
Women's tennis topples nationally ranked Shorter, 6-0
In a battle of two of the nation's top 25 teams on Saturday, the No. 15 Valdosta State women's tennis team walked away with a dominant 6-0 win over No. 22 Shorter in Gulf South Conference action at the Blazer Tennis Courts.
More than 5,100 yards, 46 touchdowns, and a 60 percent completion rating during the span of 30 games in three years; Valdosta State has some big shoes to fill at the most important position heading into the 2014-15 season.
Blazer softball picks up two over Hurricanes
The Valdosta State Blazer softball team traveled to Americus on Wednesday and left with a 7-3, 11-1 non-conference doubleheader sweep of the Georgia Southwestern Hurricanes.
Valdosta State withstood a ninth inning rally by Flagler to defeat the Saints 6-5 in non-conference baseball action at Billy Grant Field Wednesday evening.
Lowndes golf wins another
Lowndes won the Lowndes Vikings invitational Monday at Frances Lake.
Wildcats add two more to list of signees
With high school graduation rapidly approaching, many students may be wondering “what’s next?”. Two Valdosta High Wildcats were able to answer that riveting question today, signing scholarships to colleges to continue their football career’s.
Rainy day washes away Valdosta sports
Steady rain washed away a busy day of Valdosta sports on Friday as poor conditions called for many games to be rescheduled for a later date.
Valdosta golfer takes Kia Classic lead
Dori Carter might have gotten a bit ahead of herself late in the second round of the Kia Classic. She still left everyone else behind Friday.
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