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Saturday, June 21, 2014

All-Area Baseball Team

GEORGIA PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Nick Sandlin, Greenbrier SOUTH CAROLINA PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Darshon Broadwater, Fox Creek COACH OF THE YEAR: Gerald Barnes, Westside FIRST TEAM Position Player School ...

Westside's Barnes carries on tradition of success

Longtime Westside baseball coach Gerald Barnes is the All-Area coach of the year.
By Wayne Staats

Predators star has tools for future

Fox Creek center fielder Darshon Broadwater used consistent contact and elite speed to put together a memorable senior season for the Predators.
By David Lee

Friday, June 20, 2014

Patience paid dividends for Mustangs star

Amber Hong, of Midland Valley, walked 24 times this season. But when she made contact, she made some noise.
By Wayne Staats

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Senior's leadership led relay team

Laney runner Kionna Walker pushed her relay teammates to a second consecutive state championship in May, and she finished third in an individual event.
By David Lee

Warriors senior fought through injury at state

Grovetown's Darius Watkins won a state title in both the 100- and 200-meter events at the Class AAAAA state meet this year. He is The Augusta Chronicle's boys track athlete of the year.
By Wayne Staats

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Dromsky dominant once again

A dominant player from the time he stepped onto the court as a freshman, Lakeside tennis player Sam Dromsky was even moreso as a sophomore.
By Scott Rouch

Team came first for Hergott

Lakeside High School's Kayla Hergott was named the 2014 Augusta Chronicle Area Girl's Tennis Player of the Year.
By Scott Rouch

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

'White Shoes' Johnson stresses character development

Billy "White Shoes" Johnson had a spectacular NFL career, and a special message for more than 200 high school football players from across the area at Evans High School.
By Chris Gay

Lakeside golfer named year's top golfer

Lakeside sophomore Megan Sabol almost pulled out an individual championship at the Georgia High School Association Class AAAAA state girls golf championship.
By Scott Rouch Columbia County Bureau

Lakeside golfer Hunter Dunagan wins 'Chronicle' all-area honors

After a superb sophomore season, there's no telling what Lakeside's Hunter Dunagan will be able to accomplish in his final two years.
By Scott Rouch Columbia County Bureau

Monday, June 16, 2014

Giving spirit helps lead to honor

Lakeside High School's Alexander Bowen was named the 2014 Augusta Chronicle Area Boys Lacrosse Player of the Year.
By Scott Rouch

Sunday, June 15, 2014

Lacrosse star proud of year

In her freshman year of high school, after nine years of competing in gymnastics, Quinnlyn Diehl decided it was time to move on to something else. 
By Scott Rouch

Saturday, June 14, 2014

Smith nets Player of the Year

Augusta Preparatory Day School's Caroline Smith was named the 2014 Augusta Chronicle Area Girl's Soccer Player of the Year.
By Scott Rouch

Norton is coach of the year

By leading the Augusta Prep girls soccer team to its first state title, Tom Norton is coach of the year.
By Wayne Staats

Wildcats' Freace picks up coaching honor

Westminster boys soccer coach Mike Freace is the All-Area boys soccer coach of the year.
By Wayne Staats

Record-setting year nets Baker 'Chronicle' honors

Evans High School soccer player Josh Baker was named the 2014 Augusta Chronicle's Area Boy's Soccer Player of the Year.
By Scott Rouch

Friday, June 13, 2014

Academics stressed at ex-athletes forum

NORTH AUGUSTA - The NexStep Student-Athlete Academy played host to a preparation for student-athlete success forum at North Augusta High School on Friday.
By Royal Shepherd

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Davis makes return to Lakeside

Lakeside High School is welcoming back a familiar face. T.J. Davis will step onto the baseball field as the Panthers new head coach.
By Scott Rouch

Monday, June 9, 2014

Coach's battery case dropped

The district attorney in the simple battery case against Larry Campbell said in a statement it sees no reason why the case "should continue to remain for prosecution."
By Wayne Staats
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