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A second straight clash of top-five titans proved too much for the Gainesville boys soccer team.
With virtually no margin for error as they chase a playoff berth, the Flowery Branch baseball team demonstrated the true meaning of the word clutch Monday.
Gainesville baseball coach Jeremy Kemp had his Red Elephants performing like a finely-tuned machine Saturday afternoon at Ivey-Watson Field against Heritage, Conyers.
For the second year in a row the lady Red Elephants region 8AAAAA title was clinched by a thrilling Katherine Wright match victory, this time against Flowery Branch’s Durden Smith.
White County pulled into East Hall Park Wednesday with the mindset of having to win every game for the remainder of the season against tough opponents, like East Hall to claim its spot in the post-season.
When solid pitching coalesces with a dominating performance at the plate there can only be one result: victory.
For the second straight game the Class AAA No. 1 Buford Wolves took care of business in five short innings, this time against region foe Dawson County on Tuesday, with a 12-2 victory.
Prior to Friday's Region 7-AAA clash with White County, Buford baseball coach Tony Wolfe preached just one thing to his Class AAA No. 1-ranked team: focus.
Even a uniquely different scoring system could not deter the Gainesville Red Elephants from seizing yet another tournament title Monday at Chattahoochee Golf Club, where the Red Elephants captured their second straight Big Red Shootout crowd and the programs fifth consecutive tournament title this year.
Jefferson basketball saw its best season since 2010 come to an end on Thursday despite a hard-fought effort from the Dragons in a loss to GAC in the Class AA quarterfinals...
Months of blood, sweat and steadfast determination proved golden for three northeast Georgia wrestling programs on Saturday...
At the end of the night it was East Hall's defense that propelled the Vikings to an impressive 74-53 victory over West Hall Saturday -- and a state tournament berth.
Thailand's tense national election got underway Sunday amid signs of disruptions at several polling stations and fears of violence, a day after gun battles between protesters and would-be voters broke out at a busy Bangkok intersection.
The United Nations said Saturday that at least 733 Iraqis were killed during violence in January, even when leaving out casualties from an embattled western province.
With just three matches to go, North Hall knew it had to be perfect...
Winning a State Championship requires teamwork, persistence and, every now and then, it doesn’t hurt to have an All-American on the team. The Buford Wolves and the Commerce Tigers can certainly attest to that -- both teams just won their first state duals titles and were lead on the mat by All-Americans.
An exhausted Coach Joe Dix of East Hall can finally exhale following a last second, 76-75 victory over White County on Friday in Cleveland.
Gwinnett County authorities are investigating the discovery of a young girl's body found in a trash bin at a Lawrenceville apartment complex Saturday.
The lawyer for a motorist accused of hit-and-run and vehicular homicide in Marietta says his client did stop after a deadly chain-reaction accident and gave a statement to police in Atlanta, a few miles south of the crash site.
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