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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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This week’s football schedule kicked off with a rare Tuesday night game as Haralson County won the Region 5-AA contest 36-29 against Callaway.

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Rivalry week might be the best way to describe this week’s football action for local teams.

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Villa Rica senior Najeh Pritchett scrambles for yardage against Lithia Springs High School on Friday. Pritchett carried the ball 24 times for 107 yards and a touchdown.

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Local high school football teams continue to gear up for the final weeks of the season with just one thing in mind — finishing in the top four of their respective regions to earn a spot in the playoffs.

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It will be a busy weekend for three local high school softball teams as Central, Bremen and Heard County earned spots in their respective Final Fours in Columbus starting Friday.

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Oak Mountain Academy’s head volleyball coach has been named coach of the year after leading the Lady Warriors to a State Championship title.

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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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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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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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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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Teachers at Carrollton City Schools received a special treat at the end of the week when the 2020-2021 Carrollton City Schools Education Foundation awarded grants totaling more than $23,000 to 58 lucky recipients.