Cougars take Game 1, 12-0, then falter in nightcap
The split between Crisp County and Carrollton in the GHSA Class AAAA championship series sets up a winner-take-all championship game Monday afternoon at 3 p.m.
Tattnall Square hosts Terrell Academy in Final 4
Southland Academy is a heavy underdog in today’s GISA Class AAA Final 4 series against two-time defending state champion Tattnall Square — but the Raiders are just fine flying under the radar.
Cougars meet Trojans in GHSA Class AAAA championship series
Crisp County will try to win its school’s first state championship in any sport since 1961 when the Cougars travel to Carrollton today for the GHSA Class AAAA state championship.
The Wildcats are in the GISA Class A semifinals for a fifth straight year
Crisp Academy entertains David Emanuel in the best-of-three semifinals, which begins at 1 p.m. today in Cordele.
Trinity Christian advances to the GISA Class AA state championship
The Terrell Academy baseball team commits eight errors and has their most frustrating day of the season in Thursday’s GISA Class AA state semifinals against Trinity Christian, which swept the Eagles in a pair of blowouts.
Deerfield-Windsor is defeated by Weber in GISA Class AAA championship
With two eighth-graders in its lineup, the Deerfield-Windsor girls tennis team finishes as state-runner up in the GISA Class AAA tournament.
Paula Piercey is a former Georgia Southwestern star pitcher
Sherwood athletic director Eddie Dixon announces that Paula Piercey is hired as the school’s new softball coach, replacing Michael Hatcher, who stepped down from his post after last season.
Johnny Seabrooks has been AD since 2001
Dougherty County Director of Athletics Johnny Seabrooks, the longtime coach synonymous with track & field in Albany who was recently inducted into the Georgia Athletic Directors Association Hall of Fame, announced his resignation this week. (ADDS: Lee County to get artificial turf football field; Deerfield-Windsor athletes honored)
Terrell Academy travels to Trinity Christian for GISA Class AA semifinals
The Eagles are back in the GISA Class AA state semifinals for the first time since 2009 after beating Gatewood in last weekend’s quarterfinals.
Cougars will play for first state title since 1961
Crisp took Game 1, 7-2, behind a complete-game gem from senior Taylor Walls. Then a pair of lefties in Stewart Tyler and Carter combined on a 3-0 shutout in the nightcap.
In playoffs, Crisp has needed all three games to advance to next round
In Crisp County’s past two series against Walnut Grove and West Laurens, they have lost Game 1, then rallied to win the second and third games.
Terrell outs Gatewood in three, while Southland sweeps Loganville Christian
Terrell will travel to Trinity Christian of Dublin in the semifinals, while Southland advances to meet Tattnall Square.
Knights take first game 9-0, then rally for 5-2 victory in Game 2
In the two-game set, Westwood committed four errors and hit into two momentum-killing double plays, while its pitching staff combined to hit seven Frederica batters and throw five wild pitches.
Crisp Academy sweeps Citizens Christian
Crisp Academy sweeps Citizens Christian in a quarterfinal doubleheader to advance to the Class A semifinals for the fifth straight season. (ADDS: Deerfield eliminated; Southland and Terrell Academy win Game 1)
Crisp County advances to the Final 4 for the second straight season and will play Alexander for a spot in the Class AAAA state title game.
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