Wildcats dominate Yellow Jackets
Valdosta began the 2012 football season with a 28-7 win over North Augusta (S.C.) on Saturday afternoon at the National High School Gridiron Challenge.
Photo tribute: 100 years of baseball at Fenway Park
This year Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox, celebrates its 100th anniversary as America's oldest Major League stadium -- and the setting for some of baseball's greatest players, historic wins and crushing losses. That sacred magic is captured in two exhibits at the 20-year-old Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, a Boston suburb.
No. 7: Malcolm Mitchell’s big year at Georgia
When Malcolm Mitchell signed his national letter of intent to play college football at the University of Georgia back in January, many Bulldog fans wanted to know if he would play offense or defense at the next level.
No. 8: Valiants claim region championship
The Valwood Valiants entered the 2011 football season with high expectations. Expectations which included claiming region and state championships.
NASCAR in 2011: The good, the bad and the ugly
2011 was a comeback year for NASCAR, but in some ways, it was a step in the wrong direction. Sure, the sport got a new champion, higher ratings and the stands on Sunday didn’t look so empty, but a set of brothers looked more like children on a playground throwing a tantrum than actual race car drivers.
Round 2: Vikings and Rams meet in clash of heavyweights
In recent weeks, the Lowndes Vikings have hit their stride.
Tonight, the Vikings, winners of their last three games, will face arguably their toughest test of the season when they visit the Grayson Rams in the second round of the Class AAAAA state playoffs.
Valiants welcome Edmund Burke
The Valwood Valiants can clinch a spot in the GISA Class AA state championship game with a victory tonight over the Edmund Burke Spartans.
It won’t be easy.
Much like the Valiants, the Spartans enter with a 10-1 record, with the only blemish coming against Piedmont, who hasn’t lost a game since 2009 and are the two-time reigning Class AA state champions.
Player of the Week: VSU’s David Bailey
When another running back got injured in the first quarter on Saturday night, David Bailey knew he needed to step up for his team. And he did.
- Polls and predictions: A history of college football No. 1s In the wild world of college football, everything can change in just one Saturday. So how much can it change in a season? Check out this history of college football rankings, from the preseason to the postseason.
Big week ahead for TitleTown sports
It’s shaping up to be quite a week for sports in TitleTown, USA.
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