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With eight consecutive state playoff appearances under its belt, the Winder-Barrow softball team is a postseason regular, though most of those stays have been short. Since reaching the Elite Eight in Columbus in 2013, the Bulldoggs have been ousted in the first round seven straight years, in…

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A little more than two weeks after being drafted 11th overall by the Washington Nationals in the first round of the 2021 Major League Baseball draft, recent Winder-Barrow High School graduate Brady House officially joined the organization last week and is preparing to begin his pro career.

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Piedmont Athens Regional Medical Center recently recognized Bethlehem Christian Academy baseball and football player Caleb Craft as its last Athlete of the Month, a program that recognizes one high school student-athlete each month for his/her demonstrated perseverance through an athletic in…

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All eyes of Winder-Barrow baseball fans will be following the 2021 Major League Baseball amateur draft much more closely Sunday, July 11, with the likelihood that recent WBHS graduate Brady House will hear his name called at some point during the first round.

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Apalachee High School senior Zane Smith signed Tuesday, May 25, to continue running track at Piedmont University. Smith had a solid senior season for the Wildcats and was part of the school's 4x800-meter relay team that finished third in the GHSA Region 8-AAAAA championship meet and advanced…

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The Winder-Barrow football team faced off against Jackson County in a spring scrimmage Thursday, May 20, at W. Clair Harris Stadium. The Bulldoggs won the three-quarter varsity portion of the contest 28-17 and then tacked on two more touchdowns in the junior-varsity fourth quarter for a 42-1…

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Bethlehem Christian Academy held a signing ceremony at the school Monday, May 10, for four senior athletes who will be taking their talents to the collegiate level. From left, Autumn Shepherd (track and field at Truett McConnell University of the NAIA), Mason Massengale (basketball at Bridge…

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Winder-Barrow’s hopes of a second straight Elite Eight berth and third in five seasons came to an end Thursday, May 6, as Allatoona swept the Bulldoggs in the second round of the GHSA Class 6A playoffs.

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With all the disruption that 2020 brought and with COVID-19 still around, Apalachee head coach Tony Lotti was delighted just to get a full football calendar in 2021, and he was extra-jazzed last week when the Wildcats hit the field to start their two-week spring practice period after the pan…

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Abigail Lapp notched a pair of top-four finishes, and four male runners combined for 10 points in the relay races to lead the Bethlehem Christian Academy track and field team last week in the GISA Class AAA state meet at Hugh Mills Stadium in Albany.

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In baseball, one play can change the trajectory of a game and even an entire postseason series. Thanks to its star player, Winder-Barrow was on the pleasant end of one of those shifts Thursday, April 29, in Game 1 of its GHSA Class 6A first-round home playoff series against South Paulding.

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Winder-Barrow’s boys’ soccer team stood toe-to-toe with defending state champion Dalton for a half Friday, April 23, in the first round of the GHSA Class 6A playoffs, but the undefeated Catamounts asserted their dominance in the second half.

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Sixth-ranked Winder-Barrow faced a tougher-than-expected challenge from Shiloh on Monday, April 19, but the Bulldoggs did just enough to pick up a 5-4 home win in nine innings over the Generals for their 20th victory of the season.

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For the first time in three seasons, the Winder-Barrow boys’ soccer team found itself on the winning side of the “Battle of Barrow” against crosstown rival Apalachee. But, more importantly for Bulldoggs coach Levi Karas, he hopes his team can use the momentum from its solid play over the las…

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Top-ranked Buford scored seven times in the bottom of the second inning Wednesday, April 14, and never looked back, defeating Winder-Barrow 10-0 in five innings to claim the GHSA Region 8-AAAAAA championship and denying the Bulldoggs a fourth-straight region title.