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The Bowdon High School baseball team edged out region rival Mount Zion by score of 5-4 tally in a lively home matchup on Friday night as both teams prepare for a mandatory two-week break due to COVID-19 precautions taken by school officials.

Brad Gordon will have plenty of weapons that he can creatively use on offense in his second season running the Mount Zion High School football program this fall.

Whether region or non-region, every single game on the schedule is of vital importance if you’re a Region 6-A football team with postseason aspirations.

Don’t look now, but the dawn of the 2018 softball season is creeping up and high school coaching staffs from around the state are using these late-July days to shake off the rust and get a glimpse of what they’ll have to work with in the fall.

Brad Gordon doesn't want his offense getting too pass-happy this summer. But with the calendar still reading July, it's the nature of the beast for the time being.

The stretch run of summer is underway for the Mount Zion High School football team and with that comes the opportunity to learn, grow and jell as a group even more as the 2018 campaign comes closer into focus.

A pair of local track and field standouts capped off the spring season in a blaze of glory in the Class A-AAA portion of the GHSA Track and Field State Championships at Hugh Mills Stadium in Albany on Saturday.

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.

The Mount Zion High School track and field program has become an annual fixture at Hugh Mills Stadium in Albany over the past decade, and six Eagles are setting their flight patterns toward the top of the podium this week.

The Haralson County High School baseball team suffered a 3-0 setback to Calhoun on Friday night as the race for the final state playoff spots in Region 6-AAA came down to the last day of the regular season.

The Carrollton High School boys' soccer team locked up the region title behind a 5-1 road victory over Woodland, Cartersville on Friday night.

The Mount Zion High School baseball team recorded a 12-2, five-inning victory at Langston Hughes on Saturday, getting a complete-game effort from hurler Wesley Linder.