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The Calvary Christian Knights have been here before. They’ve been here before a whole bunch, actually. It’s championship weekend for the GAPPS state baseball playoffs and they’re out to claim another big trophy.
The Chattahoochee Valley Pirates are used to success. We’re talking a program that’s produced MLB All-Stars like Tim Hudson and Danny Cox, and produced JUCO World Series teams five times in the past seven seasons.
On the strength of two great pitching performances, the Brookstone Cougars swept the Stratford Eagles 3-2 and 1-0 on Thursday at Illges Field in the first round of the GHSA Class 1A-Private baseball playoffs.
Nate O’Brien’s wrister from the blue line in the second overtime gave the Columbus River Dragons a 4-3 win over the Elmira Enforcers on Saturday night at First Arena in Elmira, N.Y. in game two of the FPHL Ignite Cup Finals, giving the Dragons a 2-0 lead in the series.
Josh Pietrantonio had two goals and an assist and Jared Rutledge stopped 34 shots to lead the Columbus River Dragons to a 4-2 win over the Elmira Enforcers on Friday night at First Arena in Elmira in the opening game of the FPHL Ignite Cup Finals.
There’s more than one way to be a professional golfer. You’ve got the touring pros, who get all the notice and glory. Then there’s the club pros, the guys who keep the courses going and do the golf lessons and basically keep the amateur players happy.
Lucas Lesh scored four goals to lead the No. 4 Pacelli Vikings to a 8-0 win over the Brookstone Cougars on Thursday night at Rex Knight Field to put an exclamation point on their GHSA Region 4-1A Private boys soccer title.
The Smiths Station Panthers kept their AHSAA playoff hopes alive with a doubleheader split with the Auburn Tigers on Thursday night at Tiger Field. Auburn won the first game 6-1, while the Panthers took the nightcap 8-0.
A seven-run explosion in the third inning and a no-hit performance by Colton Massey gave the Brookstone Cougars a 10-0 win in six innings over the Pacelli Vikings on Thursday afternoon at Illges Field in a key GHSA Region 4-1A Private showdown.
The Central Red Devils opened up a six run lead in the first two innings and never looked back, posting a 16-5 win over the Smiths Station Panthers on Thursday night at Panther Field to clinch a sweep in the AHSAA 7A-Area 4 series.
The power was on at Ragsdale Field on Wednesday as the Columbus State Cougars ripped five homers in a doubleheader sweep of the Spring Hill Badgers. The Cougars won the opener 11-2, finishing the job by taking the nightcap 8-3.
Will Cannon and Cole Kehoe combined on a four-hitter as the Central Red Devils beat the Smiths Station Panthers on Wednesday night at Darnell-Nelson Field in the opening game of their three-game AHSAA 7A-Area 4 series.
C.J. Stubbs scored his second goal of the night with 2:06 remaining in the third period to give the Columbus River Dragons a 5-4 victory over the Port Huron Prowlers on Thursday night at the Columbus Civic Center.
Thursday night was introduction night at Central High School, as it was meet and greet time for the Red Devils’ new boys basketball coach. Charles Burkett comes to Phenix City with a great track record – and a great appreciation for the history and accomplishments of the Central program.