Not even two weeks ago, football season ended for J.D. Sosebee.
BUFORD - Some softball teams win championships with an aggressive, power-heavy approach at the plate. Others rely on pinpoint pitching.
BUFORD - Tony Wolfe may have the most impressive coaching resume in Georgia.
ATLANTA - It took a little fine-tuning and a halftime rally, but Buford finished its 2013 season in typical fashion.
BUFORD - Buford coach Jess Simpson might have the best backup quarterback in Georgia.
The Jefferson boys basketball team is preparing for its move to Class AAA next year with a simple strategy: Play Class AAA teams now.
BUFORD - It wasn't pretty, but Buford's quarterfinal matchup with fellow state power Carver-Columbus finished in usual fashion - with the Wolves on top.
Fresh off a region championship and with all but one starter back, expectations are skyrocketing for the Johnson boys basketball team in the 2013-2014 season.
TYRONE - Chestatee made major strides during its 2013 season, building a campaign that reached historic levels in the program's short history.
Chestatee tight end Noah Baxter put it simply when describing the implications of Friday's state playoff game against Sandy Creek.
For the second straight year, homefield advantage and a higher seeding didn't provide any help for Flowery Branch.
Last season, Hall County's two newest schools celebrated their 10-year anniversaries by both hosting first-round state playoff football games.
For the second straight year, Gainesville faced a surging Flowery Branch team in the fourth quarter with a region title on the line.
No one just forgets about a one-point loss when it costs them a region title.
The Flowery Branch boys cross country team added to an already packed trophy case, bringing home its fourth straight region title by taking the Region 8-AAAAA crown on Saturday at Georgia International Horse Park in Conyers/
West Hall's boys soccer team entered Tuesday's game gunning for the Region 7-AAA championship.
Brandon Olson confidently admits he's in better shape now than he was during his high school football days.
SUGAR HILL - Chestatee coach Stan Luttrell has told his players all season long to give "four quarters and then some."
North Hall quarterback Andrew Smith can't remember the last time he played in such a physical game.
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