VHS’s Carrington Kee, Ana Thorne sign scholarships

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Veterans High had two sign scholarships Thursday at the school. Carrington Kee will be continuing her basketball career and education at Brewton-Parker in Mount Vernon and Ana Thorne will be doing likewise – in golf – at Point University in West Point. “I would say I put in a lot of work,” said Kee of the obvious – what it …

Eagles’ Josh Card headed to East Georgia

Don Moncrief Baseball, Featured, Northside HS

Two things Josh Card loves. One, “When I’m pitching, I just love knowing I can blow it by him.” Two, “When I’m hitting, I love knowing he can’t blow it by me.” “There’s nothing like it,” he added, and he’s about to get his fill of both. Thursday, the Northside High School student-athlete signed a scholarship with East Georgia State …

NHS’s Alexia Galloway, Jaliyah Lynch sign basketball scholarships

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“A big year of change.” So said Northside High School Athletics Director Kevin Kinsler of the Lady Eagles’ 2016-2017 basketball season. He was referring mainly to Casaundra Wilson – a coach he said had done a “legendary job” – stepping down and Ashleigh Fox taking over – she in turn leading the team to a 17-10 record and the Region …

Shaianne Sipsey helps lead VHS at state; AAAAA, AAAAAA results

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Shaianne Sipsey of Veterans High School turned in the top performance locally at the GHSA Class AAAAA and AAAAAA track and field meet held at Grisham Stadium in Carrollton May 11-13. Sipsey qualified and competed in the 400-meter dash. She was third in the preliminaries – with a time of 56.10 – and then cut that down to 55.02 to …

Loganville wins Game 3 – ends Veterans’ year

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Loganville brought Veterans’ year to an end Thursday. The Red Devils beat the Warhawks 11-4 in the third and deciding game of their Class AAAAA Elite Eight series. The outcome really wasn’t decided until the seventh. Loganville, which had lost the coin toss for which would be the home team, scored six runs that inning. Five walks played a major …