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VSU falls to West Georgia
West Georgia scored two runs in the top of the eighth inning to defeat Valdosta State 5-4 in Wednesday's action at the Gulf South Conference Baseball Tournament at Cole Field.
LHS soccer falls in OT, 3-2
Lowndes’ boys’ soccer team lost in dramatic fashion Wednesday night, being eliminated from the Class AAAAAA state playoffs with a 3-2 loss to Newnan at Martin Stadium.
Lowndes girls advance to Elite 8
Ashley Miller joked with coach Chris Willis following the Lowndes Vikettes’ 2-0 win over Douglas County Tuesday night at Martin Stadium, asking him what it felt like to advance to the Elite 8.
His answer: “I don’t know. I’ve never been here before. I’m in uncharted territory.”
For the first time under Willis, who has helped lead the Lowndes girls to three straight Region 1 championships, the Vikettes’ soccer team advanced past the second round of the Class AAAAAA state playoffs and into the state quarterfinals.
Berrien girls fall to No. 1 Westminster
Berrien’s girls’ tennis team fell to top-ranked Westminster 5-0 in the Class AA state semifinals Tuesday afternoon in Nashville.
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Blazers clinch spot in GSC title round
Valdosta State guaranteed itself a spot in the Gulf South Conference Baseball Tournament championship game while VSU pitcher Benjamin Weil set a new tournament record as the Blazers defeated West Alabama 2-1 in the winner's bracket game at Cole Field Tuesday evening.
Wildcats back on field, focused on getting better
The Wildcats are back to playing football, even if just for a few weeks.
The nation’s all-time winningest football program, Valdosta opened spring football practice Monday, practicing for over two hours in sunny yet unseasonably cool temperatures.
VSU baseball rained out again, to play UWA today at 4 in Carrollton
Rain, rain, go away. Those are the words being voiced by nearly every member of the Gulf South Conference right about now, following three straight days of rain that forced the cancellation of the conference baseball tournament in two different locations.
Berrien girls’ tennis in Final Four
It’s been quite the year for the Berrien girls’ tennis program. And today, the Rebels will try to make their season even better.
After clinching a school-record 20th win in the Elite 8 of the Class AA state playoffs Thursday with a 3-1 win over state-power Bleckley County, the Berrien girls will make the schools’ third all-time appearance in the Final Four when they host Westminster today at 3 p.m. in Nashville.
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