Deerfield-Windsor’s boys and girls run away with the GISA Region 3-AAA track & field team titles and look strong heading to state.
Westover speedster Josh Black, who has a knack for making highlight-reel plays in the outfield and swinging a big bat, is taking his talents to Statesboro.
The No. 1-seeded Knights and Lady Knights soccer teams cruise in their state tournament openers Tuesday as the Deerfield boys beat Loganville Christian, 5-1, while the DWS girls ease past Trinity Christian, Sharpsburg, 4-1.
Deerfield's doubles team of Will Calhoun and Pete Langstaff beat teammates Robert Newsome and Reid Wright to win the GISA Class AAA state doubles championship.
Katelyn Cuff scores two goals to lead the Sherwood girls soccer team to a 3-0 victory against defending champion Gatewood, while Terrell Academy beats Piedmont, 4-1. (ADDS: Crisp baseball, DWS-Sherwood baseball, Dougherty-Americus baseball)
Five Southwest Georgia private-school soccer teams — Deerfield’s and Sherwood’s boys and girls and Terrell Academy’s girls — hit the field starting today for their first-round GISA state tournament games.
HERALD BASKETBALL COACHES OF THE YEAR: Seminole’s Godwin, Westwood’s Smith the toast of Southwest Georgia
Seminole County's Kevin Godwin is named The Herald Boys Basketball Coach of the Year and Westwood's Jenni Smith is named The Herald's Girls Basketball Coach of the Year.
Ra'Keta Shelton, a junior who led Dougherty all year and emergered as a star, is named The Herald's Willie Boston Player of the Year in Girls Basketball. (ADDS: All-Area girls basketball team)
Jabari McGhee brought down gyms with high-flying, legendary dunks during his four years in a Monroe uniform and was an easy choice for this year's Willie Boston Boys Basketball Player of the Year award. (ADDS: All-Area boys basketball team)
Lee County senior Colton Grove is named The Herald’s Player of the Year in wrestling after finishing his career with 126 wins and 65 pins. (ADDS: All-Area wrestling team)
ALBANY SPORTS HALL OF FAME --- ARCHIE CHATMON: Legendary Albany High basketball coach to enter Hall of Fame
Archie Chatmon has become a legend at Albany High and is being inducted into the Albany Sports Hall of Fame during Monday’s 27th annual induction ceremony.
One day after losing its conference tournament opener to Fort Valley State for the second consecutive year, the Albany State softball team keeps its season alive with an 11-0 victory against Benedict. (ADDS: GSW golf, DWS-Sherwood soccer, Westover soccer)
Sherwood Christian's Destiny Allen signs a letter-of-intent to accept a soccer scholarship from Truett-McConnell College, becoming the first girls soccer player from SCA to sign with a school in more than five years.
Ericka Taylor, who is the greatest girls distance runner in Westover history, signs a letter-of-intent to accept a scholarship to the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.
The Westover girls track & field teams win the region title for the first time in four years, while the boys win their third in a row Thursday.
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- Former Lee County star Gahman ready to close career at nationals
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- Darton golf turns in worst finish at nationals in 10 years
- Former Deerfield star, Herald Player of the Year Crews locks up golf scholarship at Coastal
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