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ROSWELL, Ga. — The Roswell boys basketball team tipped off its 2019-20 campaign against cross-town rival Centennial Thursday night, and the Knights got the better of the Hornets with a 62-57 win on the road.

MILTON, Ga. — For a school that’s fielded a football team since the 1950s, Milton didn’t have much hardware to display in its trophy case until recently. Over 60 years passed between the Eagles’ first region title and their second in 2014, and they won their first state title in 2018.

ROSWELL, Ga. — Roswell was aware of the massive implications of their matchup with Etowah Friday night. Win, and the Hornets earn the Region 4-AAAAAAA trophy and are guaranteed home-field advantage in the first two rounds of the playoffs. Lose, and Roswell would fall to No. 4 in the region a…

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Milton Mayor Joe Lockwood (center) reveals the first class inducted to the Milton Wall of Fame at Bell Memorial Park Nov. 2. Michael Nugent (left) and Evan Nolte were among the first six Wall of Fame members to have their names enshrined. Nugent, a lacrosse goalie, led Milton High School to …

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High school sports teams in Georgia will see a shakeup in state classifications beginning in next fall. The GHSA released the reclassification for the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 seasons Nov. 5.   

ROSWELL, Ga. — Fellowship Christian kept its unbeaten record alive Friday night at home and downed Whitefield Academy for the Paladins’ second straight Region 6-A subregion B title. The matchup featured the top two teams in the subregion in a winner-take-all bout for the championship.

CARROLTON, Ga. — Several North Fulton and Forsyth County cross-country programs competed at the GHSA state championships in Carrolton Nov. 1-2 with individual runners and a local team standing atop the podium.

ATLANTA — Blessed Trinity and Marist have met on the gridiron only a handful of times in history, but the storied programs put on a show each time they face off. In the most recent installment of the budding rivalry, Blessed Trinity defeated Marist 33-30 in triple overtime to capture the reg…

JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — When the temperature gauge is not too many ticks above the freezing mark, it is far from the ideal time to be showered with icy Gatorade. But Johns Creek head coach Matt Helmerich did not mind his players dumping two buckets of cold and colorful liquid on his head in celeb…

ALPHARETTA, Ga. — For the first time in school history, St. Francis has bragging rights over Mount Paran Christian. The Knights (5-3, 4-2) won 42-25 over the Eagles in the late season Region 6-A matchup, their first win in four attempts against the school.

ROSWELL, Ga. — With the forecast calling for soggy conditions, Ray Manus Stadium was far from full Friday night, and Roswell’s marching band was given the night off. But the atmosphere was anything but dull with the Hornets and Walton, the two defending Region 4-AAAAAAA champions, duking it …

ALPHARETTA, Ga. — After a couple of lopsided losses to start the season, Alpharetta (5-2, 5-0) has reeled off five straight wins in Region 7-AAAAAA play, including a 44-15 win over Chattahoochee Friday night.

FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — Both Milton and West Forsyth played tough non-region schedules to open this season, and both entered their Friday matchup with losing records. As disappointing as those opening games might have been, the final scores were not too important. Friday’s matchup at West was …

JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — A fourth-quarter comeback fueled a pivotal win for Cambridge in the Bears’ week seven region matchup with Chattahoochee. Cambridge defeated the Cougars 28-20 behind three rushing touchdowns from Phillip Michael Collins and three turnovers forced by its defense.

JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Northview High School and Johns Creek High School sit roughly 1.5 miles away from each other, and both schools’ football teams entered Friday night undefeated in region play and 3-1 overall. With the teams so close in distance and record, the week six matchup between the T…

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NORTH FULTON, Ga. — Thunderstorms and lightning delayed, postponed or canceled several local high school football games Sept. 13. Only two local games, Blessed Trinity vs. Benedictine and South Forsyth’s matchup with South Gwinnett, were completed.