For the first time in three years, the Augusta Prep cross country teams earned a split decision.
Playing host to the Georgia Independent School Association Region 4-AAA meet Saturday morning, the Augusta Prep boys won their third consecutive title.
Week 8 winners There were 54 qualified entries for the eighth week of the contest. No contestants picked all 10 games correctly, four picked nine games correctly, 20 picked eight games correctly and 30 picked seven games correctly.
Except for hoisting a state championship trophy, there isn't much senior Emily Aplin hasn't experienced while playing softball for Harlem High School. With a series win against Vidalia today, the Lady Bulldogs would return to Columbus, Ga.
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For that reason, it’s encouraging to report there has actually been some good news this fall for public school students: nearly two-thirds of the local school systems are now able to keep their classrooms open for 180 days of instruction during the academic year, as was once required by state law....
I'm not complaining, don't get me wrong. But I was reflecting, as I was standing over the kitchen sink panting one recent morning, that each age of child-rearing carries with it its own unique set of challenges and woes.
Thursday, Oct. 23
Greenbrier, Grovetown at Thomson, 5 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 25
Augusta Prep at GISA State Meet at Darton College, 10 a.m.
Augusta Christian at SCISA State Meet, TBA
(all games 7:30 p.m.)