Tech Returns Some Road Graders, Led By 386-Pound Shamire Devine

If Georgia Tech has nothing else, the Yellow Jackets at least have some corn-fed offensive linemen. The football players at Tech haven’t missed any meals lately, not with 6-foot-7, 386-pound junior offensive guard Shamire Devine, 299-pound senior center Freddie Burden and 281pound sophomore offensive tackle Will Bryan. Those guys have done everything except eat the training table at Georgia Tech. ...

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Lafayette Archery Team Is Prepping For World Tourney


Not only are they good, they’re ready. The Lafayette Christian Cougars are taking aim at this Saturday’s World Archery Tournament in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Fourteen members of the LCS team will compete in the tournament beginning at 11 a.m. Daniel Yarbrough and the Cougars plan to give it their best shot. “We’re going to have to focus and get our ...

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Lobbin’ For Literacy Tourney Returns To McCluskey June 24


The summer classic is back. The Charlie Joseph’s Lobbin’ For Literacy Tennis Tournament is scheduled for June 24-26 at the McCluskey Center in LaGrange. The three-day tournament is a fundraiser for education. It is also tennis of the high brow kind. “This is a good way to get kids playing competitive matches.We’re going to have a lot of good players,” ...

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“The Baby Face Assassins” Controlled The Day At The William Griggs Basketball Shoot Out

William Griggs Shootout

It was a packed house at the William Griggs Gym including 42 participants in attendance. Everyone there witnessed the “Veterans” a team consisting of middle school kids dominate the day. “I was very proud of their accomplishments and told the kids that’s how you get better by playing someone better,” Coach Cotton stated. “This is the only team nucleus that ...

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