Callaway Gardens Holds 59th Masters Water Ski and Wakeboard Tournament


Callaway Gardens hosted the 59th Masters Water Ski and Wakeboard Tournament May 25-27. The three-day tournament featured international athletes from across the globe and took place on Robin Lake Beach at the Callaway Gardens Resort. The event, the most prestigious water sports tournament in the world, had its humble beginnings at Callaway Gardens in 1959. The resort specifically designed Robin ...

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Troup, Callaway Place in Final State Baseball Ranking


Both Troup and Callaway both saw their historic baseball seasons end in the state playoffs. Callaway, competing in Class AA, was only one game away from a shot at the title game. Destroying eventual title-winner Benedictine in the first game of the Class AA semifinals, the Cavaliers ultimately lost the last two games of the series for a disappointing end ...

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Summer Shoot Out


Graduation didn’t slow the progress of the summer shootout this week. There were nine participants in attendance and they were ready to compete; coach Sam Cotton stated. The kids did the usual, free play, drills and competed in a 40 minute game. Both teams played under the traditional name of Troup vs LaGange. Troup outlasted La-Grange in an exciting game ...

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Cougar Strong: Long Cane Middle Race Team Starts Strong


GreenpowerUSA is the hottest STEM program that you’ve probably never heard about it. The initiative focuses on providing students with hands-on experience in engineering and project management. And it’s causing quite a stir at Long Cane Middle School. “It’s made them like rock stars in the school,” Long Cane Principal Chip Giles said of the inaugural season the of the ...

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Cavaliers Dominate in Spring Game


The Cavaliers traveled to Jacksonville State University in Alabama Saturday, May 19th for their spring game against Montgomery Catholic. Callaway, coming off a strong 11-2 season last year, looked great in spring practice but had a formidable Alabama state 4A opponent to overcome in their first test of the year. Montgomery Catholic, back-to-back region winners in their Alabama division, also ...

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LaGrange Ends Losing Streak But Is Still Searching for a Win


In their first game under new head coach Chuck Gibbs, the Grangers tied 14-14 with Manchester. The football team is coming off a winless season and lost to Manchester 14- 0 in last year’s scrimmage. While the Grangers, who shot to a 14-0 lead only to have it close in the second half, didn’t get the win they were looking ...

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LaGrange Returns to Its Roots: Replaces Baseball Coach David Smart with Donnie Branch


The Granger baseball team is getting a much-needed shakeup. After going 12-21 for the 2018 baseball season, the state of LaGrange’s baseball team looked bleak. Not anymore. With the departure of Head Coach David Smart, LaGrange has announced it will return former state-championship winning Head Coach Donnie Branch. Branch, who left the Granger baseball team in 2012, has spent the ...

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