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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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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. 

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Scenes from Winder-Barrow's GHSA Region 8-AAAAAA match against Dacula at W. Clair Harris Stadium on Tuesday, March 23. The Bulldoggs outscored the Falcons 4-2 in a penalty-kick shootout to win the match 3-2. 

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The Winder-Barrow baseball team had to sweat it out a little more at home Tuesday, March 23, against Lanier. But the Bulldoggs’ bats came to life late, as they rallied twice for a 9-5 victory over the Longhorns to win their ninth straight game and remain unbeaten in GHSA Region 8-AAAAAA play.

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In its recent rough stretch of three straight losses, the Winder-Barrow boys’ soccer team had dropped its last two matches due to penalty kicks — the first a 1-0 regulation loss at Habersham Central on March 9, where the only goal of the night came on a penalty kick by the Raiders, and the s…

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Winder-Barrow senior football player Timothy Presley made his recent commitment to Berry College official March 17, signing with the Vikings during a ceremony at WBHS. Presley, who will join the Division III program in the fall, was a multi-year starter at outside linebacker for the Bulldogg…

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Winder-Barrow senior linebacker Chandler Maxwell signed Wednesday, March 10, to continue his football playing career at Georgia Military College. Maxwell, who played and started for two seasons for the Bulldoggs after transferring from Bethlehem Christian Academy, was an all-GHSA Region 8-AA…

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Winder-Barrow High School senior midfielder and team captain Will Perry signed to continue his soccer-playing career at LaGrange College during a ceremony at the school Tuesday, Feb. 9. Pictured, from left to right, are front row: Ben Perry (older brother, former WBHS player/captain), Matt P…

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After missing the state playoffs in 2018 and 2019, the Winder-Barrow boys’ soccer team was sitting at 7-4 last spring and in solid position to break that postseason skid. But an initially-scheduled two-week hold following a 2-1 loss to rival Apalachee eventually turned into the cancellation …

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Winder-Barrow High School alum and former Bulldoggs’ soccer player Cason Dowdy has taken the reins of the girls’ program and said he has found working with the Lady Bulldoggs so far to be “different in a positive way.”

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Phil Jones, the former Winder-Barrow High School head football coach who guided the Bulldoggs to one of their longest-sustained runs of success and led the team on a historic state semifinal run in 1993, died Saturday, Dec. 26. He was 74.

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A young Winder-Barrow girls’ basketball team with new starters at four different spots on the floor is still finding its way, but Bulldoggs coach Kimberly Garren came away her team’s hard-fought win over Central Gwinnett on Friday, Dec. 11, believing it was one to build off of with the sched…

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Winder-Barrow knew one of its tallest tasks coming into this season would be replacing Harlin Brown, who had been one of the top kicking specialists in north Georgia over the previous three years. And the Bulldoggs have indeed been a work in progress throughout the fall, trying out a handful…

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The Apalachee football team appears to be starting to click at the ideal time and finds itself right in the thick of the state playoff picture with just two weeks to play in the regular season. And with a win in their upcoming likely home finale Friday, Nov. 13, against Loganville, the Wildc…