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March 2, 2017
FIRST TEAM: Clarence Jackson

One word explains Clarence Jackson, WINNER! For the past two seasons, he has been a key component to the Wilco dynasty.  The rugged forward effects the game inside and outside on both ends of the court. Jackson is an all-around talent that fills the box score on a nightly basis. This season, he was named Region…

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March 2, 2017
Hypesouth All-Middle Georgia Boys Basketball Teams
Coach of the Year Darrell Lockhart, Upson Lee Best Offensive Player Kameron Pauldo, Dublin Best Defensive Player Nelson Phillips Senior of the Year Quentavious Dean, Crisp County Junior of the Year Tavias Fagan, Upson Lee Sophomore of the Year Travon Walker, Upson Lee Freshman of the Year Camrone Cherry, Northeast-Macon Most Improved Player Aaron Ridley,...
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February 16, 2017
Middle Georgia Girls ready to make their marks in the State Playoffs

As the 2016-17 GHSA State Playoffs get set to kickoff in the state of Georgia on February 17, 2017, there are several key players from the mid-state area that are ready to make a splash and help lead their teams on runs at state titles. With much of the media coverage and attention centered on…

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January 31, 2017
Senior Leadership Powering Tattnall

Currently, Tattnall Square Academy has a 15-5 overall record and are ranked No.7 in the GHSA Class A-Private division. The Trojans have scored two impressive victories over defending Class A-Public State Champions Wilkinson County and currently sit atop of Region 7-A. Coach Jarvis Smith attributes the team’s success to the senior leadership of Calvin Slaughter…

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January 17, 2017
Landry the Great

Landry Rustin is our January 2017 student-athlete of the month. He attends Windsor Academy, where has an academic grade point average (gpa) of 3.8. Rustin is very interested in physical therapy, but will weigh all of his options before declaring a college major. On the athletic side, he is a two-sport standout. In basketball, the…

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December 22, 2016
Warner Robins Sinks Undefeated Central-Macon

ANALYSIS & HIGHLIGHTS: No. 7 Warner Robins 83, No. 2 Central-Macon 62 December 21, 2016– Two of Middle Georgia’s top teams took center stage on Wednesday night in Jones County, Ga. in the State Bank Classic Holiday Tourney Championship Game. GHSA Class 5A No.7 ranked Warner Robins faced off against the Class 3A No.2 ranked…

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December 15, 2016
Owens Ready to Lead Demons in Rematch Against Perry

Two weeks ago, Perry held off Warner Robins 57-53 in a back and forth contest. Jacori Burks led the way for the Panthers with 18 points, 3 rebounds, and 3 assists, while Damien Bagley chipped in 10 points, 11 rebounds, and 3 steals.  After stumbling out of the gates with a loss to Bleckley County,…

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December 14, 2016
Tattnall’s Center of Attention

Abby Rouse may be big in stature, but she is very soft spoken and has a heart of gold according to friends. Moreover, Tattnall Head Coach Todd Whetsel says, “She’s a fine young lady, and her character and behavior prove she’s had a great foundation from her family and from her school. Her energy is…

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November 27, 2016
Holiday Hoopsgiving Revelations–Day Two

ANALYSIS & HIGHLIGHTS: No. 5 Norcross 82, No. 2 Westside-Macon 74 November 26, 2016, GHSA heavyweights Norcross and Westside-Macon collided in an early season matchup that revealed a lot about both teams by night’s end. The GHSA Class 7A No. 5 ranked Blue Devils entered Saturday’s contest with a 3-0 record, while it was the…

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November 22, 2016
We Got Next: Volume 1

The Hype Edition   Kowacie Reeves Jr., Weaver Middle (GA), 2021 Reeves Jr. does a little bit of everything for Weaver Middle. Last season, he averaged a team leading 10.1 points per game for the Seminoles. He has an array of offensive skills and loads of potential, which have built a great deal of anticipation as…