In an early-season Fab 5 matchup, Worth County gets the best of Albany High behind Anfrenee McLemore’s 22 points. (ADDS: Worth County girls 49, Albany High 41)
On a night full of upsets around Southwest Georgia, Crisp County’s stood above them all with a 68-66 win against Herald No. 1 Westover late Tuesday.
The Herald No. 3 Westover Lady Patriots suffered their first loss of the season, while the Seminole County boys won Fab 5 showdown with Region 1-A rival Randolph-Clay. (ADDS: Deerfield-Windsor boys, girls; Westwood girls; Byne Christian girls; Terrell Academy boys, girls; Bainbridge boys; Randolph-Clay girls; Seminole girls)
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“It’s a Grand Old School” is a collection of Albany High School remembrances by former students, teachers and administrators.
Poole had served as Dougherty AD for 11 years
Dougherty High principle Robert McIntosh tells The Herald that Donald Poole was removed as athletic director late last week after “legitimate issues” involving the Dougherty athletic department.
Westwood Lady Wildcats upset Crisp Academy in Cordele
Westwood, the defending GISA Class AA state champs, hadn’t beaten powerhouse Crisp Academy in coach Jenni Smith’s seven years as head coach, but on Friday Westwood snapped that streak with a 42-39 victory. (ADDS: Results from Seminole boys, Deerfield-Windsor girls, Sherwood boys and girls, Bainbridge boys, Worth County boys and Lee County girls)
The Herald previews girls basketball teams from Deerfield-Windsor, Southland, Sherwood Christian, Southwest Georgia Academy, Terrell Academy, Westwood and Crisp Academy.
The Herald previews boys basketball teams from Deerfield-Windsor, Southland, Sherwood Christian, Southwest Georgia Academy, Terrell Academy, Westwood and Crisp Academy.
The Herald previews girls basketball teams from Bainbridge, Lee County, Americus-Sumter, Crisp County, Dougherty, Monroe, Albany High, Terrell County, Westover, Worth County, Early County, Pelham, Baker County, Calhoun County, Miller County, Mitchell County, Randolph-Clay and Seminole County.
The Herald previews boys basketball teams from Bainbridge, Lee County, Americus-Sumter, Crisp County, Dougherty, Monroe, Albany High, Terrell County, Westover, Worth County, Early County, Pelham, Baker County, Calhoun County, Miller County, Mitchell County, Randolph-Clay and Seminole County.
No Dougherty County basketball team has won a state title since Dougherty, Westover in 2001
It’s been more than a decade since a boys team has won a state title, while girls teams haven’t captured a championship since the 1950s.
The Westover girls basketball team stayed undefeated Friday with a thrilling double-overtime victory against Tift County. (ADDS: Randolph-Clay; Worth County vs. Americus-Sumter; Calhoun County vs. Mitchell County; Byne Christian)
Crisp County's Javoris Cooks puts an end to a back-and-forth game against Monroe on Friday night with a game-winning shot in overtime. (ADDS: Monroe girls beat Crisp)
Trent Thompson leaning toward Bulldogs
Thursday’s visit from Georgia coach Mark Richt was just another reminder of how coveted five-star junior defensive tackle Trent Thompson is becoming among the top schools in the country.
Dougherty's Amber Ward breaks a tie game with 11 seconds left with a 3-pointer to give the Lady Trojans a Region 1-AAAA win against Crisp County. (ADDS: Westover-Americus-Sumter girls; Randolph-Clay boys, girls; Lee County girls; Sherwood boys, girls; Crisp Academy girls)
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