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Harrison, Dalton emerge as best in Region 6

2:24 pm Sep. 27, 2016

Harrison has the best overall record (5-0), region record (2-0), ranking (No. 6) and victory (43-19 overall Allatoona last week) among the teams in Region 6-AAAAAA, and the Hoyas are well on their way to

Four Questions with retired head coach Conrad Nix

7:20 am Sep. 27, 2016

This week, our Four Questions feature is being answered by some of Georgia’s best-known retired coaches. We continue today with Conrad Nix, who won 300 games as a head coach, 260 at Northside in Warner Robins. His 2006 and 2007 teams won state championships, each finishing 15-0. He retired after the 2009 season, which was the 12th consecutive campaign of 10 victories or more for the Eagles. Nix continues to assist

Harrison positioned for run at region title

9:30 am Sep. 24, 2016

Harrison hasn’t won a region title since 2005, but it’s going to make a run at one this year.

The seventh-ranked Hoyas emerged as perhaps the team to beat in Region 6-AAAAAA with a 43-19 victory

Harrison 43, Allatoona 19

11:52 pm Sep. 23, 2016

The highly anticipated first meeting between west Cobb rivals Harrison and Allatoona turned out to be not much of contest.

Harrison took control with touchdowns on three of its first four possessions, then broke the game

Valdosta going for 3-0 sweep of its former region

1:43 pm Sep. 22, 2016

The regular season will be halfway over by the time this weekend’s games are complete, and 10 Class AAAAAA teams remain undefeated heading into the midpoint.

Two of them are guaranteed to remain that way. No.

Tucker, Lovejoy now the teams to beat in Region 4

9:30 am Sep. 20, 2016

There was a lot going on Friday during the first full weekend of region play in 4-AAAAAA.

Lovejoy rallied and then held on to beat Stephenson, putting it in position to challenge for the region title.

Lovejoy positioned for run at region title

2:58 pm Sep. 17, 2016

You can forget about Lovejoy’s 0-3 record in non-region games.

The Wildcats (2-3, 2-0) showed they plan to be contenders in the 4-AAAAAA title race with a 28-27 victory Friday over perennial playoff team Stephenson that