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OCILLA – Clinch County's quest for a third straight Class A Public championship was halted Friday night by the very team the Panthers had defeated in the state title game the previous two years. Strengthened by a smothering defense, the Irwin County Indians held Clinch County to 156 rushing …

Reserved seating tickets for the Thomasville High School semifinal playoff game vs.Dublin on December 6 will continue to be on sale today from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Reserved seating tickets will be $18 for chair backs and $15 (no chair backs- Section 0).

QUITMAN –– The Callaway Cavaliers feature an “extremely athletic team with speed all over the place,” according to Brooks County coach Maurice Freeman. His team will try to keep pace when the two teams collide in the semifinal round of the Class AA playoffs Friday night.

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – For the second-straight season, Valdosta State junior quarterback Rogan Wells was named a finalist for the prestigious Harlon Hill Trophy Award, which goes to the absolute best college football player in NCAA Division II.

VALDOSTA –– Valdosta State junior quarterback Rogan Wells and senior offensive lineman Adonis Sealey were named American Football Coaches Association All-Americans, the organization announced Tuesday. Wells earned first team honors, while Sealey was a second team selection.

VALDOSTA ––  Junior guard Kayla Bonilla was named Gulf South Conference Player of the Week, the league office announced on Tuesday. This is the first weekly honor of the season for Bonilla and for the Lady Blazers.

The Thomasville Bulldogs boys basketball team ran its record to 3-1, beating Lowndes 54-51 last Tuesday and downing Cairo 63-58 on Saturday.


VALDOSTA –– In a rematch of the Gulf South Conference championship three weeks prior, West Florida played spoiler for Valdosta State football’s quest to repeat as national champions on Saturday.


The Valdosta Wildcats (10-2) edged Johns Creek 28-24 last week thanks to some late fourth-quarter heroics on both sides of the ball. Now, the 'Cats move on to the quarterfinals against the Richmond Hill Wildcats tonight at 7:30.

HOMERVILLE – Postseason experience is an asset the Clinch County Panthers hope will be an advantage as they advance deeper in this year's Class A playoffs.


VALDOSTA –– Fresh off a thrilling 28-24 victory against Johns Creek last week, the Valdosta Wildcats (10-2) travel to Richmond Hill, Ga. this Friday for the GHSA Class 6A state quarterfinals. 

JACKSON, Tenn. –– Down by as many as 15 points in the second half, the No. 9-ranked Valdosta State men’s basketball team battled back and regained the lead with three minutes left, before falling at Union 84-79 Monday evening.

JACKSON, Tenn. –– The Valdosta State Lady Blazers basketball team dropped its first contest of the 2019-2020 season on Monday night against Union University. The Bulldogs’ high-powered offense overpowered VSU on its way to a 68-52 victory.


The Valdosta Wildcats and Lowndes Vikings wrestling teams took part in Grapple on the Gridiron at Bazemore-Hyder Stadium on Tuesday. Here’s how the teams fared:

The Atlanta Braves have burst out of the gate this offseason and have been the most active team in free agency. The signings of relievers Will Smith, Chris Martin and Darren O' Day, along with outfielder Nick Markakis and catcher Tyler Flowers showed the Braves are willing to spend money and…


VALDOSTA — The City of Valdosta, Lowndes County Board of Commissioners, Valdosta-Lowndes County Development Authority are teaming up, calling on Valdosta Lowndes County to paint the town red and black in support of Valdosta State University.


VALDOSTA—What is normally reserved for Valdosta State football has been extended to the Lowndes Vikings after their 44-14 victory against Norcross. Here are six takeaways from that game. 

ROCKMART –– Winners of 11 straight, the Rockmart Yellow Jackets were favored to advance in last night's second round playoff matchup with the Brooks County Trojans.

VALDOSTA –– Following its 4-0 start, the Valdosta State men’s basketball team moved to ninth nationally in the latest National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Top 25, released Tuesday. The Blazers were 12th in the preseason rankings to begin the season.

VALDOSTA –– The Valdosta State Blazers volleyball team will open postseason play on Friday November 22, as they face the No. 6-seeded Auburn Montgomery Warhawks. The Blazers fought their way into the conference tournament with back-to-back victories over West Alabama and Mississippi College,…

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