Timothy Threadcraft

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Darton baseball crushes ABAC for 15th straight win

Darton State improves to 32-13 overall and 22-4 in the region

Darton wins its 15th straight game and moves within a game of the school record for consecutive victories with a 12-4 rout of ABAC.

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Albany boys hold on for 49-48 win vs. Mitchell

The Indians nearly gave away a victory to visiting Mitchell County Eagles on Saturday, but Albany eventually held off Mitchell for a 49-48 win in both teams’ first games back since Christmas break.

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Cairo edges Dougherty in overtime

While the Dougherty girls got an easy win early Friday against Cairo, the Dougherty boys team came up short in overtime, 56-54.

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Deerfield wins season opener behind Barber's 20 points

The Knights jump ahead early on Glenwood (Ala.) Academy and win their season opener, 78-58. (ADDS: Deerfield-Windsor girls lose in home opener)

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Westover manhandles Liberty, 27-7

The Patriots will host Stockbridge next Friday

Westover running back and Herald Dynamite Dozen selection Shannon Saunders rushes for two TDs to lead the Patriots past Liberty County, 27-7.

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Lee County routs Northside-Columbus

After a bizarre first quarter that included three turnovers in less than two minutes, the Herald No. 1 Trojans put their foot on the gas and never let off, coasting to a 55-0 victory thanks to a 27-point outburst in the second quarter.

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Collier, Lee bounce back with rout of Harris County

Ohio State commit Stephen Collier has one of his best games of his career at Lee County and guides the Herald No. 1 Trojans to a huge Region 1-AAAAA win against defending region champion Harris County.

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Westwood falls to Valwood in state title rematch

In a rematch of last year's GISA Class AA state title game, Valwood comes on top again against Westwood with a 28-7 win.

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Westover hosts 32nd annual cross country meet

The Westover Cross Country Invitational, in its 11th year at Robert Cross Middle School and 32nd year overall, welcomed 37 schools and hundreds of runners to the Good Life City on Saturday.

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Mitchell County cruises past Randolph-Clay 44-20

Mitchell County fell behind early in Friday night’s game but stormed back for a 22-point win against the Red Devils.

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