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When long-time Winder-Barrow boys' basketball coach Ron Garren retired in February with more than 400 wins in 32 seasons (including 19 split across two separate stints with the Bulldoggs), the school turned to a young face to try to turn the program’s recent fortunes around.

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Winder-Barrow was held to under 150 yards by a vaunted Lanier defense on Friday, Oct. 18, as the Bulldoggs fell to the fifth-ranked Longhorns 27-7 in Sugar Hill in a GHSA Region 8-AAAAAA contest.

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Winder-Barrow volleyball coach David Rows hoped a tough strength of schedule during the regular season would translate to postseason success. But a late-season injury bug amid a well-balanced GHSA Area 8-AAAAAA took its toll in the area tournament Thursday, Oct. 10, as the Bulldoggs lost a p…

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Coach Wendel Ridlehoover, who led the Winder-Barrow High School baseball team to the school’s first-ever athletic state title, died Sept. 26, according to one of his former players, current Winder city councilman Sonny Morris.

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WATKINSVILLE — For almost three quarters Friday, Sept. 27, Winder-Barrow kept Oconee County’s explosive offense largely at bay and found itself clinging to a six-point lead late in the third quarter on the strength of an inspired defensive effort.

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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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LOGANVILLE — In the hectic and jubilant aftermath of Winder-Barrow’s second-half come-from-behind victory at Loganville on Friday, Sept. 20, the Bulldoggs ran to the marching band, which was coming onto the field to play its regular halftime show — a performance that was delayed so Loganvill…

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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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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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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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The top-ranked Winder-Barrow baseball team entered its GHSA Class AAAAAA quarterfinal series with Effingham County on Wednesday winners of 20 straight games and feeling confident about its chances — playing at home against a club it had beaten once already this season.

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A strong season for the Winder-Barrow girls’ tennis team came to an end on the road Monday as the Lady Bulldoggs dropped a 3-0 decision to Cambridge in the second round of the GHSA Class AAAAAA playoffs.