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The Apalachee High School boys’ basketball team had hoped to slow down visiting Walnut Grove on Tuesday, Dec. 3, but the game’s tempo ended up favoring the Warriors instead of the Wildcats.

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Apalachee head softball coach Allan Bailey knew his team would have its hands full on the road with Effingham County in the second round of the GHSA Class AAAAAA playoffs. But because the Wildcats had been battle-tested by a difficult schedule throughout the season, he liked their chances al…

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Apalachee High School head softball coach Allan Bailey has preached the motto, “Whatever it takes,” this season. And on Wednesday, Oct. 9 — when the Wildcats started with a runner automatically at second base in the bottom of the 10th inning of a tied third and decisive game of their first-r…

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The Bethlehem Christian Academy softball team scored early and often and rode a strong pitching performance Tuesday, Sept. 24, as the Knights picked up a 13-0 win in four innings at home over Loganville Christian Academy in a GISA Region 1-AAA contest.

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With the memory of a gut-wrenching loss to Madison County still fresh on their minds, the Apalachee High School Wildcats went back to work this week and will welcome Jackson County Comprehensive High School on Friday, Sept. 13.

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The Apalachee High School volleyball team is still ironing out a few wrinkles in 2019, but the Volley Cats coach said the team continues to play well overall.

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Members of the Apalachee High School football team, which went 12-1 and won the school's only football region championship to date and reached the GHSA Class AAAA quarterfinals, were honored before the Wildcats' 2019 home opener at R. Harold Harrison Stadium on Friday, Aug. 30. Pictured is f…

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Apalachee came into its 2019 home opener Friday, Aug. 30, hoping to slow down a potent North Oconee offense and produce more points of their own. Unfortunately for the Wildcats, they weren’t able to accomplish either.

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Both the Winder-Barrow and Apalachee football teams are looking for better results in 2019 in year two under their respective head coaches after missing the playoffs last fall, and they’ll each get a tune-up contest Friday, Aug. 16, before the regular season kicks off next week.

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Apalachee High School sent nine athletes to last week’s GHSA Class AAAAAA state track and field meet at Carrollton High School, and four logged top-five finishes, capping another successful year for head coach David Seawright’s program.