News for Sunday, November 22, 2009

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GOLF ROUNDUP: LPGA Championship has new leader, delayed again; Westwood king of Dubai

Kristy McPherson takes over as leader of the LPGA Championship, which was once again cut short Sunday, this time due to darkness and not weather.

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COLLEGE HOOPS ROUNDUP: Tech men close Tip-Off with win; UGA women wild wild one vs. Rutgers

After losing the first game of the Puerto Rico Tip-Off, Georgia Tech closes strong, winning Friday and Sunday.

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UNC, Ole Miss and Cal back in AP Top 25 poll

Nearing the end of the season, three teams that started the year ranked high have vaulted back into the Top 25.

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STATE PLAYOFF NOTEBOOK: DWS' Zenon OK after injury: TAE primed for second straight title

Deerfield coach Allen Lowe tells The Herald on Sunday that his star RB Tony Zenon should be "fine" by Friday's Class AAA state title game and spraining his ankle in the Final Four, while over in Dawson, Terrell Academy likely will come into Friday's Class A title game as a heavy favorite.

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NASCAR history: JJ wins fourth straight title; Martin second -- again

Jimmie Johnson does the unprecedented, winning his fourth consecutive NASCAR Sprint Cup points title after his fifth-place finish in the Ford 400 season finale Sunday in Homestead, Fla.

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Event to offer hope for parents

A memorial service will be held Dec. 13 for local families who have lost a child.

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Georgia Power to lower lake levels for repairs

Lake Chehaw/Lake Worth will be lowered to allow for maintenance at the Flint River Hydro Project.

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PREP BASKETBALL: 2009 Herald preview -- Albany boys deal with loss of transfer players; Albany girls seek another stellar season

Albany loses four key players this offseason and will have to dig deep to continue on the path to success that coach Archie Chatmon has them on.

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PREP BASKETBALL: 2009 Herald preview -- Trojans, Lady Trojans have similar goals

Led by returning scoring threat Arabian Williams, a talented Dougherty team looks to make up for an inconsistent season in 2008.

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PREP BASKETBALL: 2009 Herald preview -- Monroe boys thinking title, girls still building

A collection of experienced talent and promising underclassmen have Monroe believing this is the year it grabs its elusive first state championship.

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PREP BASKETBALL: 2009 Herald preview -- Westover above the radar

Following a trip to the GHSA Class AAA state title game last year, the Westover boys hoops team is no longer sneaking up on anyone.

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