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Carrollton High School’s former head football coach has found a new home in Alabama. The Vestavia Hills Board of Education met on Wednesday to approve the hiring of Sean Calhoun.

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Note: Coaches are asked to email their results to douggorman39@gmail.com. Information gathered from Maxprep.com

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Justin Isler, tight end and defensive lineman for the Temple Tigers, signed with Appalachian State University on National Signing Day. Justin was joined by his mom, Monica Long and stepdad Dennis Long.

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Editor’s Note: Coaches are asked to email game info to douggorman39@gmail.com. Information from this story came from results posted on maxprep.

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The Carrollton 8U Football team not only won the Georgia Recreation and Park Association Championship on Saturday, but they also ended the year undefeated. The team was both undefeated and unscored on as they went through their season, then onto the Farmers Bowl and North Georgia championshi…

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Reese Harden, a senior for Oak Mountain Academy, signed a letter of intent Friday to play basketball for Huntingdon College in Montgomery. Shown in the back is (left to right) Terrell Barkley (Athletic Director and Head Basketball Coach), Alan Owens (Assistant Basketball Coach), Patrick Yura…

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The Carrollton High School varsity competitive cheerleading squad received first place this past Saturday at North Paulding High School’s Rumble at the Den. The Trojans will continue their season with their next competition on Dec. 19 at Northgate High School.

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The high school football season will continue into the second round of the Georgia High School Association playoffs for four local teams.

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The family of John and Tammy Denney competed in this year’s virtual Peachtree Road Race, which was run by individuals in venues across the state and the world between Nov. 26 and Nov. 29. This was the 18th consecutive year John and Tammy ran the race; this year they were joined by their chil…

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Abby Brown is the first Haralson County fast-pitch softball player to sign with a Division I college. Abby will be attending Georgia State on a full scholarship with her athletic and academic awards. She was a four-year starter at first base for the Lady Rebels and was selected First Team Al…

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Carrollton High School senior and Trojan volleyball standout Maddie Mount has committed to compete at the next level at Converse College in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Seated with Maddie, from left, are Dr. and Mrs. Jason Mount, her parents; and Casey and Olivia Mount, siblings. Standing ar…