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The Central High School baseball team began the season with a sluggish start, but rebounded with some positive momentum shortly before sporting activities were suspended by the GHSA over COVID-19 precautions last week.

With Senior Night and another opportunity to bag a Region 5-AAAA win on the line, the Central High School girls’ basketball club hosted the Cedartown Lady Bulldogs on Friday night inside Rayford Walker Gym.

The local area was represented by four prep wrestling teams in Macon at the GHSA Team Dual Wrestling State Championships over the weekend.

It doesn’t seem that long ago that quarterback Landon Schulenburg was taking his first varsity snaps under center for the Central High School football team.

A trio of traditionally strong prep softball programs are laying the foundation for another chapter of success to their respective history books this fall, and it's all cranking up during the final days of July.

With the 2018 season now in sight, a pair of local prep volleyball programs got a good measuring stick of where they stand in a round-robin event on Thursday at the West Georgia Volleyball Academy's facility in Villa Rica.

Region 5-AAAA football lived up to the hype as one of the more talent-rich leagues in the state in 2017.

Fresh off a top-five individual finish at state to cap off the school season this past spring, Ainsley Cowart hasn't missed a beat upon swinging into her summer tour.

With the potential to exit Central High School as one of the top soccer players in program history, Ricky Vaughn is putting in all the extra work this summer to do just that and hopefully kick his career on to the next level.

Following a productive first month of their summer schedule, Darius Smiley and his Central High School football team are spending the Fourth of July holiday week recharging their batteries before hitting the pavement for the final sprint to fall camp.

Two more local stars were crowned on Day 2 of the GHSA Track and Field State Championships on Friday, bringing the grand total to three thus far at Hugh Mills Stadium in Albany.

A bout with Mother Nature prevented the Central and Mount Zion high school football teams from completing their spring game on Thursday evening.

With one program coming off the best season in school history and the other taking the next step in its rebuilding process, there will be quite the buzz swirling around Roy Richards Memorial Stadium this evening.

When the field events at the GHSA Track and Field State Championships at Berry College officially begin this Friday, the Central High School track and field program will be well-represented throughout the day.

The Heard County High School baseball team had little trouble pushing through its first-round series in the Class AA state playoffs on Friday, combining for 44 runs in the sweep of KIPP Collegiate.