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GHSA Dual Wrestling Championships: Day 1 Recap

10:03 pm Jan. 11, 2018

The first day of the GHSA Dual Wrestling Championships in Macon is in the books, and for Class AAAAA and Class AAAA, the second round has fully taken place. For Class AAAAAAA and AAAAAA, the second

Dynasties at stake in 2018 state duals

10:48 am Jan. 11, 2018

By Alex Ewalt – aewalt@scoreatl.com

The Macon Centreplex will host the state’s 17th dual wrestling championships from Jan. 11-13. There are several powerhouse teams looking to repeat as state champions, but the competition is strong in each of seven classifications as challengers try to dethrone favorites.

In Class AAAAAAA, Camden County comes in with the goal of defending its 2017 dual wrestling title after taking the Area 1 championship last weekend. The

Larry Campbell’s successor at Lincoln County steps down

10:54 am Jan. 10, 2018

Following a legend is never easy, and there is no bigger coaching legend in Georgia high school football than Larry Campbell of Lincoln County.

Campbell’s successor, Kevin Banks, has stepped down after four seasons, he confirmed

Tuesday basketball scores

10:05 pm Jan. 9, 2018

Tuesday, January 9

Basketball Scores

By Score Atlanta

Boys

Adairsville 68, Haralson County 48

Alpharetta 70, Dunwoody 65

Blessed Trinity 59, Chestatee 35

Butler 95, Westside-Augusta 74

Callaway 78, Jordan 74

Cambridge 79, Chattahoochee 57

Cass 46, Rome 42

Cedar Shoals 66, Loganville 46

Central-Talbotton 68, St. Anne Pacelli 41

Chattooga 88, Gordon Central 42

Colquitt County 53, Lee County 42

Dawson County 48, Union County 45

Dutchtown 41, Hampton 38

Eagles Landing 62, Union Grove 38

Eagles Landing Christian 81, Our Lady of Mercy 32

Eastgate Life 63,

Girls basketball rankings: Defending champs Buford, Laney start 2018 at No. 1

4:47 pm Jan. 7, 2018

Two defending state champions are ranked No. 1 in their classifications in the first AJC girls basketball rankings of 2018.

Class AA Laney, the champion in 2017, is the only undefeated top-ranked team this week. The Wildcats are 14-0 this season and have won 44 consecutive games since a 62-56 loss in the second game of the 2016-17 season against North Augusta, an undefeated state champion in South Carolina last year.

Defending