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Local swimming prodigy Fye, 12, turns heads on national level

Flint River Rapids club swimmer Nicole Fye, 12, posts a time of 2:29.67 in the 200 butterfly over the weekend at a meet in Clearwater, Fla., that ranks as one of USA Swimming's Top 100 marks all-time.

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GSW men's hoops ranked in D-11 Top 25 for first time

For the first time since moving to Division II in 2006, the Georgia Southwestern men's basketball team is ranked in the Top 25, garnering the No. 21 spot in Tuesday's latest poll.

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Albany Tech teams lose on the road

Albany Tech's men's and women's basketball teams go on the road and get swept by Atlanta Metro on Monday night.

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DWS swim teams win again, rolling toward state

The boys swim team continues its unbeaten streak as Deerfield sweeps the Raider Invitational in Southland and prepares for state.

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Former QB Greene in town, talks UGA

David Greene, who had a successful college football career with the Bulldogs, gives his take on Georgia's 6-7 season at Thursday's annual Quail Unlimited dinner.

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Klesko, Dews say they'll miss Cox

Former Atlanta Braves star Ryan Klesko and longtime Braves coach Bobby Dews reflect on the team's year and manager Bobby Cox's retirement. (INCLUDES: Dews comparing Posey to Chipper Jones.)

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Calhoun Co. boys, girls split with R-C in 1-A duel

In key Region 1-A showdowns for both programs Friday, the Calhoun County boys prevail behind Marquez Williams' 27 points, while the Randolph-Clay girls get a huge win against the Lady Cougars to keep their slim region lead.

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Lady Jets, 16-1, find success recruiting outside Peach State

The South Georgia Tech women's basketball program has players on its rosters from as close as Florida but as far away as England and Latvia.

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Herald No. 2 Bearcats win 10th straight

Florida state power Malone (Fla.) handed Bainbridge an opening-season loss two months ago -- but on Tuesday, The Herald's No. 2 Bearcats got even in a 78-51 rout.

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Back on track

After starting 10-0 -- then dropping two games in a row -- Herald No. 1 Monroe is back on track, beating city rivals Dougherty on Friday, then Albany on Saturday night.

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