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Lewis-Polite wins DCSS Teacher of the Year April 17, 2014

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GHSA to move to six classes by 2012

The Georgia High School Association rejects a plan to crown eight state champs in every sport, and then votes to expand from five classifications to six on Tuesday.

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GHSA BOYS STATE TOURNAMENT ROUNDUP: Randolph-Clay, Pelham boys both bounced in Sweet 16 routs

Randolph-Clay and Pelham's boys basketball run into a pair of Class A powerhouses Wednesday as the Red Devils lose to state No. 4 Greenville and the Hornets are rocked by No. 3 Wilcox County.

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GHSA BOYS STATE TOURNAMENT: Playoff capsules for Bainbridge, Pelham and Randolph-Clay

Check out The Herald's breakdown of today's other three state playoff games involving Southwest Georgia boys basketball teams, including a look at Bainbridge-Lovejoy, Pelham-Wilcox County and Randolph-Clay Greenville.

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GHSA STATE TOURNAMENT ROUNDUP: Randolph-Clay, Pelham boys advance; Westover, Dougherty, Calhoun, Early boys -- and Americus girls -- dropped in opening round

New coach Oglesby Jackson says he hopes his team made "Red Devil Nation" proud after Saturday's win against Jenkins County in the opening game of the GHSA Class A State Tournament. (ADDS: detailed items on Pelham boys, Westover boys and Americus-Sumter girls and scores from Dougherty boys, Early County boys and Calhoun County boys).

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