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Long Cane Cougar Racing Team Starts Second Season Strong

The Long Cane Cougar Strong racing team kicked off their season with a bang with their first race in Chambers County. The competition featured two heats, and both the #999 and #000 LCMS Cougar racing cars placed in the top five in heat one. #999 finished in second place, just three laps shy of first place. The achievement, doubly impressive ...

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Cavaliers Lose Heartbreaker to Rival Heard County

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The Cavaliers suffered their first region loss of the year against Heard County on Friday. Callaway traveled to take on the Braves in their home stadium and established a solid 10-0 lead before blowing it in the fourth quarter. The two teams were scoreless at halftime, as the rivals sought to keep one another out of the end zone. The ...

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Troup Looks to Remain Undefeated Tonight against Cedartown

The Tigers will host the Cedartown Bulldogs tonight at 7:30 p.m. at Callaway stadium as they look to remain undefeated on the season and in their region. The Bulldogs traditionally have a strong team, but are only four and three on the season. Their resume includes a close 9-6 win over the Grangers earlier this year and a narrow 21-20 ...

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Callaway Takes on Heard County TONIGHT

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The Cavaliers will travel to face the Braves on the road in Heard County tonight for their toughest Region 2AA matchup. It’s been an important—and difficult—game for the Cavaliers in recent years. Callaway lost to their rival school 35-28 last year before both teams advanced to the region playoffs. This year, the Cavaliers look to turn the tables with a ...

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LaGrange College Golf Takes Eighth Place in Tournament

The fourteenth-ranked LaGrange College golf team traveled to Sandeston, Florida to compete in the Golf Week Invitational last week. Playing at The Raven golf course, the team competed on fields in a city little-affected by Hurricane Michael—the recent hurricane that ripped through the Florida Panhandle and parts of Georgia. Just a few miles outside of town, however, the team witnessed ...

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College Football Week Seven Takeaways

Things aren’t looking good for Auburn. The Tiger football program hit a multi-year low Saturday when they lost to Tennessee—a team that hasn’t won an SEC game since 2016. Auburn, now sixth in the SEC West, is 4-3 this season—a precipitous fall from being in the top ten earlier this year. The Tigers started strong with a top-ten win over ...

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What’s next for Troup and LaGrange Football? Predicting the Rest of the Regular Season

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With just three games remaining this season, the Troup and LaGrange High football teams have all but written their stories. The Tigers, now 7-0 following their defeat of the Grangers last Friday, boast the most-solid team in Troup County and are nursing legitimate state-playoff hopes. LaGrange, now 1-6, still has an opportunity to rebound after going winless last season. The ...

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Point University Falls to Cumberlands at Ram Stadium

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The Point University Skyhawks fell to 1-7 on the season when they lost 38-7 to #18 University of the Cumberlands. Playing at their home stadium in Valley, Alabama, the Skyhawks lost their fourth-straight game. Point University found themselves down early in a close first quarter when the Pirates kicked a 27-yard field goal. The game was still a manageable 3-0 ...

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Cavaliers Score Runaway Homecoming Victory over Spencer

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The Callaway Cavaliers took care of business in a rare Saturday homecoming game last week. The game, originally scheduled for Thursday night, was rescheduled due to inclement weather from Hurricane Michael—which passed through Troup County the day before. The Cavaliers, now 7-1 and undefeated in region 2AA, exploded offensively against conference opponent Spencer. Led by quarterback Jacob Freemand and running ...

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May Martial Arts Competes in Southern Open National Championship Tournament

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Nine students from May Martial Arts traveled to Columbus, Georgia on September 22 to compete in the Southern Open National Championship Tournament. May Martial Arts featured a variety of competitors, ranging in age from child to adult, and those in attendance participated in the sparring and forms division of the tournament. The Southern Open National Championship Tournament is one of ...

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