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High School football action resumes tonight with eight of the nine local teams taking the field.

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The first round of the GHSA softball tournament opened this week with Bremen, Central and Carrollton each earning sweeps to advance to the Sweet 16.

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Editor’s Note: “Getting to Know Them” is a series of features on outstanding high school athletes. If you know of one currently playing fall sports and you would like to see them profiled as part of this series please contact Doug Gorman at douggorman39@gmail.com. Please say why they should …

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After plenty of uncertainty to start the season because of the COVID-19 pandemic, most local high school football teams have made it past the halfway point of the season.

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The OMA volleyball team ended their championship drought on Oct. 10 by winning the GISA AA Volleyball championship. The Warriors have made the state title game in the last two seasons, only to finish as runner up each time. But not this year. The Warriors earned the number 1 seed for the tou…

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COVID-19 has caused plenty of uncertainty among high school football teams, but several local squads have reached the halfway point of the season including moving into region games.

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Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of profiles on local athletes. If you know of a high schooler currently playing fall sports who deserves a spotlight, please contact Doug Gorman at douggorman39@gmail.com and tell us why. Please include contact information for the individual.

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It might have been a rainy night, but it was still a successful one on Friday, as Central, Bowdon, Haralson County, Mt. Zion, Temple and Villa Rica joined Carrollton by putting wins in the victory column.

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Carrollton freshman running back Bryce Hicks rushed for 116 yards and two touchdowns in the second half and the Trojans defense made big plays all night, propelling Carrollton to a 34-12 victory over the Rome Wolves on a rainy Friday night in Region 5-AAAAAA action at Grisham Stadium.

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Carrollton freshman running back Bryce Hicks rushed for 116 yards and two touchdowns in the second half and the Trojans defense made big plays all night, propelling Carrollton to a 34-12 victory over the Rome Wolves on a rainy Friday night in Region 5-AAAAAA action at Grisham Stadium.

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After Bowdon and Haralson County took last week off, eight of the nine local high school football teams return to action this week.