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Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Wolfpack fall just short in semifinal round

The Greenbrier High School Wolfpack lost 5-4 to Whitewater on Tuesday night in the GHSA Class AAAAA state baseball semifinals.
By Scott Rouch

New coaches named for Border Bowl

Lakeside's Steve Hibbitts and South Aiken's Jeremy West have been named the head coaches for the 2014 Border Bowl.
By Wayne Staats

Monday, May 19, 2014

Wolfpack, Wildcats split twin bill

Vying for a spot in the championship round of the Georgia High School Association Class AAAAA state baseball tournament, Greenbrier took out Whitewater 3-2 in Game 1 before losing 14-5.
By Scott Rouch

Columbus wins girls state golf title

The Columbus girls golf team got over the hump to win the Class AAAA Girls State Championship on Monday at Waynesboro Country Club.
By David Lee

North Oconee claims title at Belle Meade

North Oconee won its second GHSA Class AAA state golf championship in three years, edging rival Oconee County by two strokes.
By Scott Michaux

Brookstone wins fifth consecutive state golf title

James Clark posted 4-under-par 68 to win the Class A Private Boys individual title Monday at Forest Hills Golf Club and is enrolling next month at Georgia Tech. 
By Chris Gay

Marist wins team, individual titles at Class AAAA golf

Led by future Bulldogs Jack Larkin and Will Chandler, Marist won its third consecutive Georgia Class AAAA boys golf title Monday at West Lake Country Club.
By John Boyette

Pats pick Tate to lead football

Scott Tate, who was Westside's offensive coordinator, will be the Patriots' new head football coach.
By Wayne Staats

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Augusta area courses gear up for busy Monday

On Monday, the Augusta area will play host to the Georgia High School Association's golf championships. For the first time, 14 classes will hold championships at 11 golf courses in one location.
By Chris Gay

Thoroughbreds suffer first loss in state tennis final

CAYCE S.C. - Defending champion South Aiken lost for the first time this season, dropping a 6-0 decision to Spartanburg in the Class AAAA boys state tennis final Saturday at the Cayce Tennis and ...
By Chris Dearing

Friday, May 16, 2014

Mustangs stave off elimination

LANGLEY — It took a double play on an infield popup to send Midland Valley on the happiest of Monday bus rides.
By Wayne Staats

Ex-coach denies making threat

In a statement read by his attorney, former Lincoln County football coach Larry Campbell apologized for his actions during a Tuesday altercation, but denied threatening Shaun Glass.
By Wayne Staats

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Thoroughbreds beat Bobcats

The South Aiken boys soccer team reached the state quarterfinals with a 4-0 win on Thursday.
By Wayne Staats

Lakeside's Krenz signs with Paine

Lakeside High School pitcher Evan Krenz signed to play baseball for Paine College on Thursday.
By Scott Rouch

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Laney's Brewton signs to play at Arkansas-Pine Bluff

Laney's Destiny Brewton signed Wednesday to play for Arkansas-Pine Bluff in the Southwestern Athletic Conference.
By David Lee

Greenbrier baseball advances to state semifinals

With an 8-3 win, the Greenbrier baseball advanced to the state semifinals.
By Wayne Staats

Former football coach Campbell charged with battery

Former Lincoln County coach Larry Campbell was charged with simple battery after a Tuesday fight during a board of education meeting.
By Wayne Staats

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Wolfpack split playoff doubleheader

Greenbrier split a playoff doubleheader on Tuesday, beating Stephenson 10-0 in five innings and losing 10-7.
By Wayne Staats

McIntosh ends Wolfpack's playoff run

The Greenbrier High School Wolfpack boys soccer season ended Tuesday night in the semifinals of the Georgia High School Association Class AAAAA semifinals.
By Scott Rouch Columbia County Bureau

Soccer titles signal shift in power to Augusta area

To understand how far and how fast Augusta Prep's girls soccer team had to come to win its first state championship, coach Tom Norton only needs to think back to his first season in 2010.
By Scott Michaux
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