The Knights are headed back to the GISA Class AAA state title game to defend their crown where they'll have a rematch with George Walton -- one of only two teams to beat DWS all season.
Two years after Chris Hatcher led Georgia Southern to within one win of the Southern Conference Championship, he is fired Saturday following the Eagles' season finale.
Two days after losing to lowly Wofford, Georgia is beaten again, this time to falling to UAB late Saturday on the road in blowout fashion.
Valdosta's Greg Reid returns a punt late in the fourth quarter into Maryland territory, setting fellow freshmen EJ Manuel to lead the Seminoles down the field for the game-winning score.
It took 32 years, but thanks to a down Georgia season and plenty of mistakes, Kentucky is able break its long streak of being unable to win in Athens as the Wildcats down the Bulldogs, 34-27, late Saturday night.
From one corner of Southwest Georgia to the other, The Herald takes you outside the Albany metro area for a look inside what to expect out of the area's basketball programs this season.
Onochie Ochie developed from a role player to a can't-miss prospect in the course of a six-month span that landed him a scholarship to Southeastern Louisiana and spot as the face of the Class AAA state runner-up Westover Patriots.
An empty doghouse covered by a wreath and a hoard of students wearing black honor the Georgia Bulldogs' fallen mascot, Uga VII, during Saturday night's home game against UK.
Officials outline reasons residents should respond to the 2010 census.- Pete Skiba, staff writer
Bill Berry is in his second stint as commander of the Albany-Dougherty Drug Unit.- J.D. Sumner, government writer
"Women Helping Women" is the theme of a benefit tea planned at the historic Shackelford House in Albany.- Carlton Fletcher, metro editor
Some home owners to receive a reduction in their insurance
The results of recent inspections by the Dougherty County Environmental Health Office
An Albany agricultural airplane manufacturer is one of only two such facilities in the world.- Carlton Fletcher, metro editor
Kenny Phillips, executive director of The Anchorage, says it costs $485 to send a man through the organization's program.- Ricki Barker, staff writer