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In Lee Smoak’s first two seasons at the helm, the Winder-Barrow High School softball team has continued to reach the postseason, but has now gone five years without getting out of the first round of the state playoffs after a trip to the Elite Eight in 2013.

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Jackson Herald sports reporter Ben Munro talks with Jackson County athletic director Brad Hayes about the excitement surrounding Panther sports, summer grilling and the third season of Netflix’s Stranger Things.

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After navigating heavily-populated Cobb County the past several years, Jared Noblet was looking for a change of pace and, perhaps, a tighter-knit community. He believes he’s found that in his new job at Winder-Barrow High School.

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It’s not easy being in charge. That goes for a job inside the sports world (such as a coach or athletic director) or someone who makes a living in the business world.

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Thursday afternoon, before a doctor’s appointment, Madison County High School graduate Olivia Montgomery receives a phone call from her now former high school head coach Ken Morgan.

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Competitive weightlifter R. Garry Glenn, a Jefferson High School alum, returned from a two-year absence to set state and national records at the American Powerlifting Committee (APC) National Championships in Commerce Saturday.

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The orientation for the Jackson County girls’ basketball team under new coach Aaron Schuck started two weeks ago with two-a-day practices and continued in earnest last week with a full slate of scrimmages.