COVID-19 numbers force East Hall High to cancel in-person instruction beginning Monday
East Hall High School will operate remotely beginning Monday, Dec. 7, and continuing for at least three days. The Hall County School System made the announcement Friday afternoon following a significant amount of absences among staff and students resulting from COVID-19 positive cases.
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Virginia wins rowing title at Lanier
Rowers from Georgia Tech, front right, pull ahead Sunday during the women’s varsity novice 4 race as part of the American Collegiate Rowing National Championships on Lake Lanier. Georgia Tech placed first in the race. - photo by SARA GUEVARA | The Times

With a time of 5 minutes, 48.7 seconds, Virginia beat Michigan (5:49.5) to win the Men’s Varsity Eight Grand race in the American Collegiate Rowing National Championships on Sunday on Lake Lanier.

Among state colleges competiting, Georgia Tech took first place in the Women’s Varsity 4 Petite with a time of 7:46.5. The Lady Jackets also won the Women’s Novice 4 with a time of 8:23.5.

In the Women’s JV/Lightweight 8 Grand, the Lady Jackets took second with a time of 7:04.2.

Tech’s men also placed second in the men’s Varsity Four Grand with a time of 6:30.9.

Georgia took second in the Men’s Novice 4 with a time of 7:12.5, and second in the Women’s Novice 4 Grand with a time of 8:14.


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