And just like that, the postseason is upon us. Major League Baseball started way back in March while the high school softball season started in August, but here we are with both of their playoffs starting this week.
1. Evans (3-1, 2-1) 26.8 ppg. / 15.5 pts. allowed per game
King of the mountain in Columbia County
2. Lakeside (1-3, 1-2) 16.5 ppg. / 19.8 pts. allowed per game
Do not let the record fool you.
Flatline Pro Wrestling's monthly event on Saturday at Patriots Park will be a special one. The proceeds raised will be donated to the Lydia Project, which provides assistance to women facing any type of cancer. The two-hour show begins at 8 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 1
Augusta Christian, Augusta Prep at Heathwood Hall, 5 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 2
Grovetown at Washington County Invite, 5 p.m.
(all games 7:30 p.m.)
Friday, Oct. 3
Augusta Christian vs.
Nancy Blanchard and William Paschal, members of the Columbia County Historical Society, are making sure the history of the old Leah High School is not forgotten. They have contributed items to the Leah Museum, which is attached to fire station No.
Also in the fall, the demands of tree branches and leaves lessen as they go into dormancy. Soil temperatures don't decrease as fast as air temperatures, and tree and shrub roots can continue to grow past dormancy.
An international organization with a new local chapter will hold its first event in the area this week at the Evans Towne Center Farmers Market. Dubbed "Ark in the Park," the event will showcase distinctive foods.