Dogs Have A Sept. 9 Showdown With Notre Dame In South Bend

Two of the most iconic and heralded college football programs of all time will meet on the gridiron this fall. The Georgia Bulldogs will take on the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on Sept. 9 in a week two showdown in South Bend. Looking on will be a national TV audience and a sellout crowd of 80,795 in Notre Dame Stadium. ...

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LaGrange Boys Suffer Overtime Heartbreak Against Chestatee


After all their toil and trouble, and stress and strain the Grangers received some applause from their loyal soccer fans. It was a form of recognition for a good season and a great game. Unfortunately for the LaGrange High boys it come right after the Grangers lost to the Chestatee War Eagles, 1-0 in overtime in the first round of ...

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Williamson, Adamson Ignore The Rain, Win The Bass Tourney


They didn’t race on Sunday at Bristol Motor Speedway because of inclement weather, but they did fish on West Point Lake despite similar conditions. There was enough wind and rain to go around for everyone in the Highland Team Trail Bass Tournament. Nobody backed out. Everybody fished, and most everyone got good and wet in the tournament. “These guys fish ...

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Knights Top Lafayette, 5-4 In Boys Soccer Slugfest


Job Tendo and Logan Wright got everything that they wanted out of Senior Night at Lafayette Christian expect for one small item. The Cougars failed to come up with a win, though they did try for 80 grueling minutes against Calvary Christian. The Knights left with a 5-4 victory in a boys soccer slugfest on Monday evening at the Lafayette ...

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Calvary Rallies Past LCS Girls; Taylor, Skipworth Score For Cougars


Sometimes fate is hard to beat. Lafayette Christian sophomore forward Devon Taylor recognizes that. Taylor and the Lady Cougars played some enthusiastic and hardcore soccer on Monday afternoon, and LCS still lost at home to Calvary Christian, 6-2. The Lady Cougars did compete. But they did not win. “We had a lot of runs, but this is a building year. ...

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Tures, Marlins Keep On Scrapping, But Red Sox Win The Game


He has that certain look about him. Zach Tures is a ball player. More specifically he is a baseball player who cares and hustles. He has never quit in his young life, and he isn’t about to start now. Tures is a third baseman. In his eyes, competing is winning. Tures runs out every ground ball. He sprints to each ...

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Senior Leadership Comes Into Play, Grangers Pummel Westover, 5-0


Experience does matter in the Class AAAA State Tennis Tournament. Just ask the Grangers. LaGrange High inserted five seniors in its lineup in the second round of the boys state playoffs on Thursday afternoon. Where that left the Grangers was with a 5-0 conquest over Albany Westover in the matches at the McCluskey Tennis Center in LaGrange. The Grangers found ...

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Baylor Transfer, Stidham, Could Be The X Factor For Malzahn, Auburn

Like everybody else in college football, Auburn is desperately looking for a difference maker at the quarterback position. Championships are not won without steady quarterback play, not in the SEC or on the national stage. Auburn lacked consistent quarterback play last season, and they do not want a repeat performance next fall. The War Eagles and coach Gus Malzahn want ...

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