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The Winder-Barrow High School baseball team recently recognized its class of 2020 graduating seniors with a small senior day ceremony with (from left) CJ Harrison, Jhaydon Sullivan, Trevor Maddox and Blake Friend in attendance. Hunter Marsh (a Chattanooga Valley Community College signee) and…

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Winder-Barrow High School senior standout defensive end Jacob Merrifield has made his college decision. The 6-foot-3 265-pounder announced recently that he has committed to Florida Atlantic University, picking the Owls over several other Division I FBS and FCS offers. Merrifield, who has bee…

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Winder-Barrow senior forward Allison Richardson (12), seen here in action against Gainesville earlier this season, recently signed with Georgia Military College and will begin playing there in the fall. Richardson will join her Winder-Barrow teammate Jenny Gomez at the school, while Apalache…

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A solid crowd turned out Friday, March 13, at R. Harold Harrison Stadium to watch the Apalachee and Winder-Barrow soccer teams battle in what were the last high school sports contests in Barrow County for at least the next four weeks as the ongoing coronavirus pandemic continues its spread a…

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Winder-Barrow High School senior girls' soccer player Jenny Gomez recently signed to play collegiate soccer at Georgia Military College. Gomez is pictured with her family, Winder-Barrow coach Christian Vazquez and athletic director Jared Noblet. 

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The Winder-Barrow baseball team has once again assembled a deep and talented roster that goes well beyond the starting nine, and that was once again on display against some tough competition last weekend in the team’s annual early regular-season trip to Evans.

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Winder-Barrow High School’s baseball team jumped out to an early lead against powerhouse Loganville High School on Monday, Feb. 17, only to see the three-time defending GHSA Class AAAAA champions rally for a 7-4 victory.

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Three Winder-Barrow wrestlers and one from Apalachee had first-place finishes Saturday, Feb. 1, in the GHSA Area 8-AAAAAA tournament, while four more Bulldoggs and five additional Wildcats qualified for the upcoming state sectionals this weekend.

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As he prepares to enter season number 13 leading the Winder-Barrow High School baseball program, Bulldogs coach Brian Smith continues drawing from the same well of success that has helped the program make the postseason all but one time during that stretch.

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Winder-Barrow boys’ basketball coach Travis McDaniel has praised his team’s senior leadership and ability to handle adversity throughout the year — big reasons, he says, that the Bulldoggs have been able to avoid any losing streaks longer than two games.

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While disappointed with her team’s home loss to Dacula on Tuesday, Jan. 14, Winder-Barrow High School coach Kimberly Garren said she wanted her players not to lose perspective on what still lies ahead for them this season.

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After dropping their region opener at Lanier the night before, the Winder-Barrow girls’ basketball team wanted to set the tempo early on in its home game against Apalachee on Saturday, Jan. 4.

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With football season now in the rearview mirror and all of his wrestlers out on the mat, Winder-Barrow coach Matt Patton expects to have a full squad for the rest of the season. And at the same time, he’s been encouraged by the performance of his team to this point as the Bulldoggs return se…

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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.