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Football season recap

10:45 am Dec. 19, 2017

It took an extra week, but the Class AA football season came to an end on Friday when the Hapeville Charter Hornets traveled to Tiger and defeated the Rabun County Wildcats 35-23

7A season in review: It came down to one kick

9:55 am Dec. 19, 2017

North Gwinnett’s 19-17 victory over Colquitt County in the Class AAAAAAA championship game ended one of the more unpredictable and suspenseful seasons in years in the highest classification.

It has been asked whether Cameron Clark’s 38-yard

GHSA hears out Peach County, but Class AAA title remains in Calhoun

3:17 pm Dec. 18, 2017

Thomaston – Chad Campbell was not in his usual coaching attire, but this wasn’t a usual gathering.

The Peach County head coach, in suit coat and tie, spoke emotionally, sternly, and at times slightly confrontationally for nearly 50 minutes during a presentation to the Georgia High School Association’s Board of Trustees on Monday regarding misapplications of rules by officials during the Trojans’ 10-6 loss to Calhoun on Dec. 8 in the

Region 1 still rules in Class AAAAAA

12:57 pm Dec. 18, 2017

The Region 1 reign over Class AAAAAA continues for another year.

Lee County became the third team from the region in four years to win the championship in the second-largest classification when it beat Coffee, another

Maxwell Season Summary: Rome dominates playoff run to finish on top

8:00 am Dec. 18, 2017

The Maxwell Ratings will rank the Georgia High School Association’s 418 teams throughout the 2017 season. The ratings are based entirely on historical performance and on field results and do not consider personnel changes on the roster or coaching staffs.

Interesting results:
– Rome added to their impressive playoff run by dominating a previously undefeated Warner Robins team 38-0 in the Class AAAAA finals at the Demons home field.  This pushed Rome