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Candice Warthen off to Finland to play pro basketball

Updated: 08/24/2015 - When Warren County product Candice Warthen suited up for the Screaming Devils, she was one of the best in the state. She scored over 1000 points each of her final two years. Now, after playing Arizona in the Pac-12, she's ready for her pro career to take off.

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Augusta Prep getting on the field training

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Updated: 08/21/2015 - First, the state championship. Then, the rebuild. In a short amount of time, Augusta Prep went through the highs and the lows of a football program. Only an official program for four years, the Cavaliers are bringing some strength into the season.

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Redemption on the minds of Burke County

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Updated: 08/20/2015 - When Burke County has a seven win season, you sit back, shake your head and say how did that happen? With the expectations always as high as anyone, two games over .500 is a down year. This year, time for a bounce back and fully expect one.

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Edmund Burke hopes limiting mistakes pays off in wins

Updated: 08/20/2015 - A year ago, Edmund Burke Acadmey muscled up just three wins on the football field. Now with second year coach Charlie Fales back, they are expecting a lot more. And for good reason, a big senior class has them big picture thinking.

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GRU Augusta's Maverick Antcliff advances in US Amateur

Posted: 08/19/2015 - GRU Augusta men's golf rising senior Maverick Antcliff outlasted Adrian Meronk from East Tennessee State University and won the opening round of match play on Wednesday to move on to the round of 32 at the 115th United States Amateur at Olympia Fields Country Club.

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Matt NeSmith advances in US Amateur

Posted: 08/19/2015 - South Carolina senior Matt NeSmith defeated Clemson’s Billy Kennerly 1 up in his opening round match at the U.S. Amateur Championship on Wednesday at Olympia Fields Country Club’s North Course.

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Late coaching change hoping not to effect ARC in tough region

Updated: 08/19/2015 - Nobody can argue just how tough the region is with Richmond Academy. One of the toughest in the state and throw in the fact they have a new coach, literally just as practice was starting, it's going to be an interesting year with the musketeers.

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Rebels big senior class looks to lead Hephzibah

Updated: 08/18/2015 - No program made more out of less then hephzibah a year ago. Six wins might not sound like a lot, but it was the most by a rebel team in five years. This year, they look to carry over the momentum with a new coach in charge.

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New coach, same winning expectations at Laney

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Updated: 08/18/2015 - You can call it a new era for the Laney Wildcats with coach Lemuel Lackey no longer pulling the strings. Even with the big change, you shouldn't expect anything different out of Laney this season.

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Matt NeSmith leads US Amateur after opening round

Posted: 08/17/2015 - South Carolina senior Matt NeSmith kicked off his third-straight U.S. Amateur appearance in strong fashion on Monday as he finished the day at the top of the leaderboard after firing an opening-round 65 (-5) at Olympia Fields Country Club’s South Course.

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Positiive thinking driving Greenbrier to be better

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Updated: 08/17/2015 - It's been a while since we've had a Greenbrier football team with a winning season. Just four wins in a three year stretch. That's all in the past and new coach Tony Kramer's number one goal is to keep it there and focus on the present and so far, he likes what he sees.

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Harlem embraces new coach, offense

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Updated: 08/19/2015 - Changes have come to Harlem by way of a new coach and a new offense. Coach Todd Booker takes over for the Bulldogs vowing this won't be the same old Harlem football team.

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