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Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015

Lions rally past Panthers

Paine overcame a 14-point deficit, rallying for an 80-77 win over Clark Atlanta at the HEAL Complex.
By Chris Gay

Buzzer-beaters lifts Lady Lions

Lasharon Salahuddin cut down the lane, took a pass from Janisha Wilkerson and banked it home for the game-winning layup at the buzzer to lift the Paine College women to a 76-74 win over Clark ...
By Chris Gay

Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015

Jaguars pull away, knock off Flagler

Devonte Thomas and Keshun Sherrill combined for 30 points, Fields made an impact late in the second half and the Jaguars pulled away for a 73-48 win over Flagler at Christenberry Fieldhouse.
By Chris Gay

GRU women beat Flagler, have a shot at postseason

After their 67-52 win over Flagler, the Georgia Regents women have given themselves a chance to make postseason.
By Chris Gay

Paine seeking to clinch conference at home

If Paine College can protect home-court advantage the next two weeks, the Lions will pull off a first.
By Chris Gay

Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015

Jaguars planning to focus on Flagler

With USC Aiken lurking around the corner, Georgia Regents coach Dip Metress said he believes his players will not overlook Flagler.
By Chris Gay

Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015

Jags' Hill putting rap career on brief hold

Georgia Regents injured basketball player Roman Hill is sticking with the team because it is a second family to hilm.
By Chris Gay

Friday, Feb. 6, 2015

Saturday Shootout: Former Aiken Tech star leading Columbus State

After playing two seasons at Aiken Tech, the senior Columbus State guard is lighting up the Peach Belt Conference. Kenney Funderburk is averaging a league-best.
By Chris Gay

Thursday, Feb. 5, 2015

Lions rally for wild OT win against Claflin

Denzel Dillingham scored 16 of his 20 points in the final 7½ minutes and the Lions rallied for a wild 79-76 overtime win over Claflin at the HEAL Complex.
By Chris Gay

Paine women rally for victory

Behind Janisha Wilkerson's 17 points, the Paine women bounced back in the second half for a 60-57 win over Claflin.
By Chris Gay

Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015

Three Aquinas players heading to Division I schools

After all its success the past two seasons, Aquinas posted another banner day Wednesday. On National Signing Day, three Irish standouts inked their names with Division I programs.
By Chris Gay

North Augusta lineman signs with Appalachian State

North Augusta's Victor Johnson signed his letter of intent to play at Appalachian State on Wednesday.
By Chris Gay

Friday, Jan. 30, 2015

Columbus State women in title mix

The Columbus State women are 19-1 and are tied with Lander atop the Peach Belt Conference standings. The Cougars are two wins away from matching last year's total.
By Chris Gay

Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015

Jaguars keep cool, upset No. 19 UNC Pembroke

Keshun Sherrill scored five of his 20 points in the final 1:07 as Georgia Regents blew a large lead, rallied late and shocked the 19th-ranked Braves, 57-55, at Christenberry Fieldhouse.
By Chris Gay

Jaguar women best Braves

Camille Gee scored 18 points, Hutt had a double-double and the Georgia Regents women defeated UNC Pembroke, 55-47, at Christenberry Fieldhouse.
By Chris Gay

Paine looking to keep win streak alive

Paine College's men's basketball team will look to extend its school-record, 13-game winning streak when it plays at 7:30 tonight at Morehouse.
By Chris Gay

Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015

Shepard looking ahead to 2016 Augusta Futurity

While some top-notch cutters from Texas and Oklahoma have stopped competing in the Augusta Futurity, the Shepards continue to make it a regular stop.
By Chris Gay

Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015

Shepard wins Futurity Open finals

Austin Shepard walked out of James Brown Arena with another memory to add to his collection. The Summerdale, Ala., cutter rung up a score of 222 on Paradox Cat to win the Futurity Open finals ...
By Chris Gay

Ramsey claims Futurity Non-Pro finals

Barnwell Ramsey finally won at his favorite cutting event. On Mia Sugar Baby, Ramsey marked 216 early in the competition and held on to win the Futurity Non-Pro finals by a point at James Brown Arena.
By Chris Gay

Friday, Jan. 23, 2015

Queen takes Classic Open crown

Aboard TGI Playtime, Skip Queen marked the highest score of the show this week - 228 - to claim the Classic Open finals Friday night at James Brown Arena.
By Chris Gay
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Fired Augusta parks chief loses suit against city

U.S. District Court Judge J. Randal Hall granted the city's request for summary judgment Tuesday, finding Tom Beck was unable to prove his 2012 firing violated the Fair Labor Standards Act.
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