Anthony Saegar of Valdosta, Georgia has earned himself the right to compete on the United States team that will take on Puerto Rico this Saturday.
QUITMAN—When you see the slender build of J’shawn Baker of the Brooks County Trojans, you wouldn’t think of him as a defensive end.
VALDOSTA –– Four-star quarterback Jake Garcia has withdrawn from Valdosta High and is reportedly planning to join top-ranked Grayson.
QUITMAN—After running Atkinson off the in their 68-6 victory, Brooks County is hoping to get above .500 in the region by defeating Lanier County for homecoming.
PEARSON—Last week, Brooks County head coach Maurice Freeman said that his team’s Region 2A matchup against Atkinson County was a must win so they could stave off falling to 0-2 in region play.
HAHIRA—The Valwood Valiants (2-2) will have a chance this week to turn the season around. The team will travel to Milledgeville, GA to face the state champs John Milledge Academy Trojans (4-0).
QUITMAN—As he entered his upperclassmen years, junior running back Omari Arnold has made his mark on the field for the Brooks County Trojans.
VALDOSTA—Lowndes head coach Jamey DuBose and his wife have tested positive for COVID-19, according to a statement from the Vikings Facebook page.
VALDOSTA — Lowndes County Schools has announced that the entire varsity football team has been placed under quarantine. All football activities have been suspended until Oct. 26, according to school officials.
The GISA AAA State Volleyball tournament was hosted at Creekside Christian Academy over the weekend. On Saturday, the Valwood Valiants claimed their first State Title since the inception of the program in 2013. In 2018, the Valiants came close by bringing home the state runner-up trophy.
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VALDOSTA—The largest rivalry in the state makes it’s return this Friday. 12,000 fans and supporters will be packed into Bazemore-Hyder stadium (hopefully wearing masks) as the Valdosta Wildcats take on the Lowndes Vikings in the Winnersville Classic. Here are six thoughts leading into the game.
VALDOSTA—A year from now, Lowndes Vikings senior linebacker Thomas Davis will be taking his talents to South Beach and joining the University of Miami Hurricanes football program.
COLUMBUS—Georgia Christian made the drive up to Columbus on Friday in hopes of finding their first win. After a 38-0 loss, the Generals are still searching for it.
What had the makings of being a shootout quickly turned sour for the Mitchell County Eagles as they were defeated 63-34 by the Brooks County Trojans.
DASHER –– Christian Johnson returns to Georgia Christian this fall as a kid that made all-state last fall. He is looking for more of the same in 2020.
QUITMAN –– The Brooks County Trojans (3-0) and the Mitchell County Eagles (0-2) will face off in a battle of wins and losses tonight at Veteran’s Stadium in Quitman.
DASHER—Georgia Christian (0-2) will travel to Columbus on Friday to take on Calvary Christian (0-3). Both teams are seeking to get their first win this fall.
VALDOSTA –– Attention golfers, Georgia Amateur Golf Promotions cordially invites male amateur golfers 21 years of age and older to join them in the fight against breast cancer.
VALDOSTA — Thomas County Central has canceled its upcoming Friday, Oct. 2 game against the Valdosta Wildcats, according to Valdosta City School officials.
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