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Deerfield Windsor Falls to Westfield 28-7 in GISA State Semifinal

Westfield forced the Knights into six turnovers, including five interceptions, to win 28-7 and end Deerfield Windsor’s season

Deerfield Windsor’s season came to an end Friday night as the Knights fell to Westfield 28-7 in the GISA Class AAA State Semifinals.

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HOW THEY'RE BITIN': Southwest Georgia fishing - Nov. 22, 2014 weekend

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

These are the fishing prospects for this weekend for the Flint River and lakes Blackshear, Seminole and Walter F. George.

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Duke’s loss sends Georgia Tech into ACC title game

Jackets will meet Seminoles in ACC Championship Game on Dec. 6

Georgia Tech is off this week and will play Georgia Nov. 29 in its regular-season finale in Athens.

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Auburn hosts Pat Sullivan-led Samford

Sullivan won 1971 Heisman Trophy while playing at Auburn

The 16th-ranked Tigers (7-3, No. 14 CFP) face FCS Samford (7-3) on Saturday night in a game more notable for who’s on the opposing sideline than anything.

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Georgia coach Mark Richt said Georgia won’t look past Charleston Southern

Charleston Southern gave Vanderbilt all it could handle earlier this season

Georgia will rely on Nick Chubb after losing junior star Todd Gurley to a season-ending knee injury in last week’s win over Auburn.

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Atlanta Braves still a longshot for free-agent Jon Lester

Braves didn’t make offer to the left-hander on Thursday

With Jon Lester’s longtime former team Boston and the suddenly ready-to-spend Chicago Cubs in pursuit of the lefty along with possibly St. Louis and others, the Red Sox’s reported initial offer of $110-120 million over six years could be just a starting point in a bidding war that might climb toward $25 million annually.

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Archer ends Lee County’s dream season

Tigers build 21-0 lead and never look back to win 56-13

Lee closed its first season back in Class AAAAAA at 8-3 while Archer improved to 9-3 and advanced to the state quarterfinals.

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Calhoun County tops Mitchell County in thriller

Calhoun advances to second round following 13-12 victory

It just wouldn’t have been right if the rematch on Friday in the first round of the Class A public school playoffs didn’t have a little drama.

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Ground game strong for Sherwood, Calvary

Both teams relied heavily on the ground attack

Eagles ride ground attack to 21-13 victory and the state championship.

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Filmmaker Alex Kendrick challenges Sherwood players

Star of 'Facing the Giants' addresses players

On the night the Eagles were set to play the biggest football game in the school’s history, they listened to a pregame speech from Sherwood’s biggest star - filmmaker Alex Kendrick.

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Sherwood Christian aims for school's first state football championship

Eagles will play host to Calvary Christian for GICAA title

Sherwood Christian will play host to the Calvary Christian Knights, a team they defeated 26-20 earlier this season.

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For Lee County, it all starts with the offensive line

Unit is responsible for Lee’s gaudy offensive numbers

The offensive front will have its hands full tonight, trying to open enough holes for the skill players when the Trojans travel to Lawrenceville to meet Archer.

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Deerfield-Windsor meets Westfield — again

DWS defeated Westfield 35-25 in their previous meeting on Sept. 12

The Deerfield-Windsor Knights will try to beat Westfield for the second straight time this season, but this time, it’s for a berth in the GISA Class AAA state championship game.

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GOLF NOTEBOOK: Davis Love thinks Ryder Cup has too many people involved

Love said size of team party is a concern

Davis Love, the captain in 2012 at Medinah, said the U.S. team has expanded so much over the years that it is losing its intimacy.

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Many SEC teams take break from conference slate this week

Several SEC powers will be playing nonconference games

It’s a nice break for SEC teams looking to finish the season strong or improve their bowl destination — or simply becoming eligible for one — with rivalry week looming in Week 14.