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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.
California is a popular vacation destination for many people looking for a moment of relaxation or excitement.
Jennifer Hardy recently returned from such a trip, but while most people visit Disneyland or take in the sights during their time in the Golden State, Hardy is not most people.
Matt Wilson named GSC commissioner
The Gulf South Conference selected Matt Wilson as the seventh commissioner of the league in March 2014. Wilson will assume his duties on May 1.
Georgia Christian soccer defeats Valwood at home
The Georgia Christian Generals battled through 80 minutes of back and forth action to defeat the Valwood Valiants 3-2 on their home field on Thursday. With two scores in the last 4 minutes of the match, both teams knew it was their game to win.
Back to work
Perhaps it was the sunshine and beautiful weather Wednesday afternoon. Or maybe it was the opportunity to officially put 2013 behind them.
But whatever the reason, the Valdosta State football team was excited to be back on the practice field Wednesday as the Blazers opened up spring practice.
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