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Augusta Christian One Win Away From Title

Updated: 05/14/2007 - Augusta Christian scored 11 runs in the third on their way to an 11-0 win over Ben Lippen in the SCISA Class 3-A State Title series. With the win, the Lions are a victory away from their third consecutive state crown.

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Harlem Falls In State Playoffs

Updated: 05/12/2007 - Harlem's baseball team suffered a 10-8 loss to Troup in the first round of the Georgia Class 3-A state playoffs as the Bulldogs season comes to an end. The Tigers take the best of three series two games to one.

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Greenjackets drop 3rd straight

Posted: 05/11/2007 - The GreenJackets dropped their first series of the season losing three of the four games and starter Rob Grace allowed a season high six runs in three innings for the loss.

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Greenbrier foiled by familiar foe

Posted: 05/09/2007 - The Wolfpack soccer team falls short in the semifinals by losing once again to Mcintosh, the only team to beat them this season.

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Wolfpack chase elusive state title

Updated: 05/08/2007 - They're ranked sixth in the nation two straight years, a trip to the state semifinals, but there's still plenty to prove for this year's Wolfpack: namely, winning the state title.

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Jaguars headed out West

Posted: 05/08/2007 - Augusta State earned a postseason bid Monday afternoon to the 2007 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championships when the Jags were made an at-large selection by the NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Committee in Indianapolis, Ind.

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Pacers struggle on day one at NCAA Golf Regional

Posted: 05/08/2007 - Amidst 30 mile per hour winds along coastal Georgia, USC Aiken carded a 32-over-par total of 320 on day one of the 2007 NCAA Division II Southeast Regional.

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Aiken Foxhounds Start Practice

Updated: 05/09/2007 - It's the great American pastime, and this summer, a new team is calling Aiken home....the Aiken Foxhounds. They're just one of six teams in the newly formed South Coast League.

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Aquinas boys and girls advance

Posted: 05/03/2007 - It was a soccer doubleheader during the hottest part of the day, and the fighting Irish of Aquinas came out smoking. Both the boys and the girls advanced to the quarterfinals of the Georgia 1-A playoffs.

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Greenbrier rolls on

Posted: 05/03/2007 - The Greenbrier boys soccer team only had 2 one goal games all season and weren't about to let Wednesday's 2nd round game become their third. The Wolfpack blew out Lee County 6 to 1.

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Greenjackets win again

Posted: 05/01/2007 - It's getting to be like a broken record but fans of the GreenJackets still aren't tired of the song. Once again the Jackets dominated another team with stifling pitching and defense and more than enough run support.

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PBR in the A-U-G

Posted: 05/01/2007 - The official announcement has been made that very popular USC Aiken extra innings bull riding at the Civic Center and the summer bull riding at the Hippodrome will now be PBR-sanctioned events.

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Locals holding their own on Hooters tour

Posted: 05/01/2007 - After day one of the Savannah Lakes Resort Classic in McCormick, South Carolina, all 6 players with local ties are in line to make the cut.

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North Augusta boys and girls advance

Posted: 04/26/2007 - The North Augusta Yellowjackets had their backs to the wall and came through against Fort Mill. After ace Marty Gantt struck out 14 in the first game of a playoff doubleheader and still lost 1 to nothing, North Augusta fought back.

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Good news, bad news for area soccer

Posted: 04/26/2007 - The Greenbrier boys' soccer team started the playoffs off right with a 2 to nothing home win over Fayette County Wednesday night to advance to the 2nd round.

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Pitching continues to pace Greenjackets

Updated: 04/24/2007 - Pitching, pitching, more pitching...it's been the reason the Jackets are off to a stellar start. By far the Jackets are the best staff in the league, and one of the best in the minors.

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Bassmaster Tournament brings business

Updated: 04/20/2007 - It's day two of the Bassmaster Pride of Georgia Tournament at Lake Thurmond, and big business is the catch of the week. Having a big tournament like Bassmaster right up the road means a chance to reel in the profits.

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Butler High grad organizes celebrity weekend

Updated: 04/20/2007 - It's always nice when pro athletes give back to the community they grew up in. For the second straight year, former Butler High standout and now Tennessee Titan tight end Ben Troupe is doing just that with a celebrity weekend.

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Palmetto State angler leads after Day 1

Posted: 04/20/2007 - Douglas, South Carolina native Casey Ashley hauled in 22 pounds and 6 ounces worth of bass to lead the field after day one of the Pride of Georgia on Lake Thurmond.

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Bassmasters to Columbia County

Updated: 04/19/2007 - The Bassmaster Elite Series returns to Clarks Hill this weekend. 108 of the top pros in the country will be on the water, with $100,000 on the line for the top angler.

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GreenJackets win home opener, fifth straight

Posted: 04/11/2007 - The GreenJackets won their Home Opener on Monday night over the visiting Savannah Sand Gnats, 10-0. Starter Robert Grace recorded the win tossing five hitless innings allowing just one walk.

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Lynx lose playoff opener

Posted: 04/11/2007 - The Augusta Lynx opened the playoffs with a road loss Monday night, falling 2 to 1 in overtime to Charlotte. Brian Passmore scored the Lynx lone goal midway through the third period.

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