Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray learned the pitfalls of being a high profile college athlete after last weekend's big loss to South Carolina. The QB's house shared with Georgia linebacker Christian Robinson was vandalized. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)
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State amputee golf tournament this week
The Milledgeville Country Club will host the Georgia State Amputee Golf Tournament beginning Friday with a shotgun start at 12:30 p.m. for the four-person scramble prior to the individual stroke play portion the following two days.
Elite Gymnastics posts strong showing at nationals
Competing on the national stage at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Kissimmee, Fla. June 11-15, Elite Gymnastics posted some of its best results in program history at the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) Gymnastics National Championship.
Former Bravette to play for Georgia College
One of the most decorated players in Baldwin High School girls’ basketball history, Jayla Waller advanced to the collegiate level competing for Lafayette College in Easton, Pa. this past season as a freshman.
Amateur golf talent turns pro
Professional golf is unforgiving and expensive.
Bulldog basketball busy this summer
Georgia Military Prep School boys’ basketball coach James Lunsford is notorious for working his players year-round to become better athletes and better students.
Ross a future star
The numbers speak loudly for David Ross Jr.
Mother-daughter combo make history at local karate studio
History was made on Thursday, May 22 at Drouillard’s Karate Studio, as the school’s first mother-daughter combination in Mary Beth and Lindsey Atkinson tested and achieved the pinnacle black belt status on the same night.
Youth explore tennis during GC camp
Georgia College's tennis courts appeared to be a busy place on Wednesday afternoon.
Coach K's Soccer Camp kicks off with sweat
Kids attending Coach K's Soccer Camp get their cleats dirty day one.
Miller’s versatility boosted Trojans this season
Representing the John Milledge Academy baseball team well this spring, junior Cody Miller proved versatility is a key ingredient at the high school level as he led his team offensively and in pitching, earning him 2014 All-County Player of the Year honors.
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