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Pelham crushes Baconton Charter

Hornets score early and often in rout

The Pelham Hornets pounded their way to 263 first-half rushing yards, highlighted by Desmond Parker, who had 132 yards and a touchdown on just three carries.

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PREP ROUNDUP: Monroe rolls past Terrell County

Tornadoes shake off loss to Perry with win

(ADDS: Deerfield-Windsor, Sherwood Christian, Calhoun County, Dougherty, Randolph-Clay, Southland, Americus-Sumter, Terrell Academy, Southwest Georgia, Bainbridge, Early County, Lee County, Crisp County and Tift County.)

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Georgia’s Hutson Mason will try to fit career into one season

Mason has started two games for UGA but none in Athens

Saturday’s season opener against Clemson will mark the first time since 2009 that any quarterback other than Aaron Murray starts a game for Georgia in Sanford Stadium.

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Tony Stewart to race again, forever changed

Stewart said returning to racing will help him deal with tragedy

Tony Stewart has missed three races since he struck and killed 20-year-old Kevin Ward Jr. in an Aug. 9 accident during a non-NASCAR sprint race in upstate New York.

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Texas A&M stuns South Carolina, 52-28

Hill leads Aggies in rout

Kenny Hill threw for a school-record 511 yards and directed the offense efficiently in the No. 21 Texas A&M Aggies 52-28 dismantling of No. 9 South Carolina Thursday night at Williams-Brice Stadium in the 2014 college football opener.

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HOW THEY'RE BITIN': Southwest Georgia fishing - Aug. 29, 2014 weekend

SWGA FISHING REPORT: A weekly outlook on how the fish are biting in Southwest Georgia lakes and the Flint River

An update on fishing prospects at lakes Seminole, Blackshear and Walter F. Georgia, along with the Flint River.

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Trinity Christian scores early, pounds Westwood 49-20

Crusaders take 21-0 advantage in first quarter, then cruise

So dominant were the Trinity Crusaders (1-1) that they never punted in the first half, scoring on every possession with the exception of the final one, which stalled when the quarter expired.

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Albany High's Malik Dungee too busy to slown down

Three-sport standout has been strong for the Indians

The Indians’ lone selection to the Albany Herald’s Dynamite Dozen team, Malik Dungee plays both sides of the ball and even handles the kicking duties.

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Georgia plans to keep Clemson guessing in secondary

Young secondary will be tested against Tigers

Georgia’s depth chart it exchanged with Clemson featured a freshman at nickel back (Dominick Sanders), a redshirt freshman walk-on at free safety (Aaron Davis) and a junior who has started one game in his career and no games last season at conerback (Devin Bowman).

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BRAVES NOTEBOOK: Atlanta Braves' Tommy La Stella still hitting hard but teams have adjusted

Second-baseman has cooled off in his past 13 games

Since hitting his first major league homer on Aug. 8, Tommy La Stella was 6-for-40 (.150) in his past 13 games before Wednesday, with four walks, seven strikeouts and a .175 slugging percentage.

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Florida State Seminoles plan to make first of two appearances in Dallas

Seminoles meet Oklahoma State in Dallas Saturday night

Florida State’s first game of the 2014 season is in Dallas against Oklahoma State, but whether the Seminoles are going to be good enough to get the chance to defend their championship - on Jan. 12, 2015, also in Dallas, the site of this year’s title game - is still to be determined.

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Albany High hopes to put last year's Mitchell County loss behind

Eagles scored 20 second-half points to upend Albany High in 2013

After last year, Albany High coach Felton Williams said his team won’t be taking Mitchell County lightly.

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Friday's Prep Football Capsules

Friday's Prep Football Capsules

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ALBANY STATE NOTEBOOK: Rams continue to work on fundamentals

With opener still a week away, Albany State continues to work on little things

While the team is still riding its late-season momentum from last year, Mike White doesn’t want his team to repeat how it started last year when the team opened the season 1-4 before rattling off five straight wins and the SIAC championship.