During a season that has delivered plenty of lopsided outcomes in local action, No. 5 Gainesville High (6-1, 5-0 Region 8-AAAAA) has accounted for more than its fair share of those blowouts.
Buford appears to be on the fast track toward its seventh consecutive softball state championship.
White County won't get a lot of style points for its 6-0 victory over East Hall on Friday, which included a lost fumble at the goal line and a missed extra point, but all that really matters is that the Warriors picked up a critical Region 7-AAA victory.
Television shows such as Animal Planet's "River Monsters" have given viewers a glimpse at many of the bizarre creatures that inhabit freshwater bodies around the world.
Two games into the 2013 season, Buford is once again proving to be the big, bad Wolves.
East Hall junior Devin Watson knows he's not going to be the first "D. Watson" most people think of when the topic of Hall County quarterbacks comes up.
Friday: Buford at Gainesville
Even on a wet running surface, Ty McCormack didn't slip.
Flowery Branch - Matt Ryan spoke almost in hushed tones whenever the issue of a new contract came up on Tuesday at OTAs.
Robby Hefflinger can't single out any one reason why he has so thoroughly dominated the Carolina League this season.
After piling up a program-record 32 wins this season, the North Hall Trojans need just two more victories to call themselves state champions.
For all its success this season, the North Hall baseball team will widely be considered an underdog against No. 1-ranked Blessed Trinity in the Class AAA state semifinals.
The Gainesville High boys golf team has done its best to avoid becoming a victim of its own success this season.
BLACKSHEAR - This much is certain: one way or another, North Hall will end its historic season in the friendly confines of Jody Davis Field.
BLACKSHEAR - Adam Kelly and Griffin Olson had both been waiting for their moment. When it arrived, the North Hall seniors delivered.
For all the eye-popping statistics that Deshaun Watson posted during his record-setting 2012 season, the categories where he avoided large numbers may have been just as important to Gainesville's state championship run.
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