East Hall graduate Drew Adams was named to the National Junior College Division-I Player of the Week last week. after leading Gordon College to four straight victories.
The Georgia Racing Hall of Fame in Dawsonville moved one step closer to being able to name the 2012 class of inductees this week, when it announced the "Fast 15" semifinalists. The five new inductees will be chosen by a panel of voters to make up this year's class.
The Dedicated Players Group played matches on Monday, Wednesday and Friday this week at Chicopee Woods Golf Course. Horace Smallwood finished in first place on Monday, and Terrence Dale and Bob Kidd tied for second. Dennis Jones finished first on Wednesday, and Doug Padgett and Smallwood tied for second. Steve Knowles finished in first place on Friday and Smallwood finished in second
The team of Tommy Calhoun, Touk Varney, Vince Jonte', David White (25 under par) finished in first place in Wednesday's Dogfight at Chicopee Woods Golf Course. Tom Bolton, Bob Arendt, Dan Arthurs, Yoko Komoto (21 under par) captured second, and Jim Arendt, Jerry Horton, Geoffrey Archibald, Lou Vega (20 under par) came in third.
The Dedicated Players Group played matches on Monday and Friday this week at Chicopee Woods Golf Course. Denis Jordan finished in first place on Monday afternoon, Horace Smallwood came in second, and Charley Kilby got third.
The United Way of White County will host a celebrity golf tournament today and Tuesday at the Innsbruck Golf Club in Helen.
JOHNS CREEK - Habersham Central senior Lee McCoy came out as champion at the 2012 Exide Technologies Junior Open at The Country Club of the South.
The DPG played matches on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday this week at Chicopee Woods Golf Course. Dwight Miller finished first on Monday, James Roberts captured second and Dennis Jones came in third. Roberts finished first on Wednesday, Dave Jetter came in second and Steve Knowles got third. Bill Ingram captured first on Friday, Jetter came in second and Billy Corbin finished third.
Morgan House isn't going to put all of his eggs in one basket. He feels like he made that mistake once before as a paddler.
The Georgia IronDawgs powerlifting and bench press teams got the 2012 season off to a successful start as they successfully defended their Georgia state championships at the 11th annual American Powerlifting Committee Georgia Open Powerlifting and Bench Press Championships on Saturday in Athens.
The Chattahoochee Ladies Golf Association played a Lauderdale Event on Tuesday at the Chattahoochee Golf Course to open their season.
Jerry Shell finished in first place on Monday in the first of three matches this week for the Dedicated Players Group at the Chicopee Woods Golf Club. Dennis Jones came in second on Monday and Dwight Miller and Jim Julian tied for third. Miller finished first on Wednesday, Doug Padgett came in second and Denis Jordan finished third. Bob Kidd came in first place on Friday, and Julian finished second.
Matt Savage shot a 5-under 66 to take a one shot lead at 7-under over Augusta State alumni Major Manning in the second round of the NGA Tour's Milton Martin Honda Classic at Chattahoochee Golf Course in Gainesville.
The National Golf Association's Tour is making the Chattahoochee Golf Course a staple of its yearly schedule. For the third consecutive season, professional golf's third-highest ranked circuit will be playing at the Gainesville course in this year's Milton Martin Honda Classic.
Glen Whitmire (64) finished in first place in this week's Wednesday Dogfight at Chicopee Woods Golf Course. Eli Buffington (65) came in a close second, Tommy Calhoun (66) finished third.
The Clermont Cupcake Challenge 5K and 1K races are Sept. 20 in Clermont. Registration is $20. To sign-up, go to www.runnersfit.com. For more information, email Larry Duttweiler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
State Sen. Butch Miller scored a hole-in-one Wednesday at the Legacy Link course at Lake Lanier Islands.
The ICF Dragon Boat World Championship event was another opportunity for Lanier Canoe & Kayak Club paddlers to put their best foot forward, said its coach Jim O'Dell.
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