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Buford wins Class AA state championship:

The way the Wolves went through the regular season, the end seemed like a formality.

The Buford football team won its first state championship since 2003 on Dec. 15, beating Lovett at home 50-0. The Wolves went 15-0 in 2007 and only had one game that was won by less than 20 points.

Georgia snaps losing streak to Florida:

For Bulldog fans everywhere, the phrase "It’s about time" had to come into play on Oct. 27 when Georgia beat Florida 42-30. It was only the second time head coach Mark Richt had beaten the Gators.

Redshirt freshman running back Knowshon Moreno ran for 193 yards and three touchdowns.

Gailey ousted at Tech:

There is one thing that is unforgiveable at Georgia Tech: losing to Georgia.

Chan Gailey did that six times. After the most recent loss to the Bulldogs, 31-17, Gailey was fired as the Yellow Jackets head coach on Nov. 26.

Buford softball wins first girls state title:

The Buford softball team beat Berrien 8-1 on Oct. 27 to win the Class AA state championship, the first state title for a girls sport in school history.

The Lady Wolves went 33-6-1 and catcher Ashley Razey was named The Times 2007 Softball Player of the year.

Wren wins second title:

Gainesville wrestler Bo Wren capped off an undefeated senior season with his second straight state title.

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