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Williams named AFCA Coach of the Year
Finishing as the 2013 National Junior College Athletic Association’s runner-up football team, Georgia Military College wrapped up an impressive season this week earning numerous national honors for the team’s efforts.
Bulldogs have strong showing in Old Capital Classic
Continuing the tradition of providing exciting basketball for the Baldwin County-Milledgeville community, the Old Capital Classic did not disappoint as host team Georgia Military Prep School represented well with three wins on Saturday.
GMC Bulldogs get All-American honors
The National Junior College Athletic Association recently announced the 2013 All- American Team, which includes six Georgia Military College football players receiving accolades.
BHS basketball experiences momentum shift
Momentum has shifted for the Baldwin High basketball teams, as both the boys and girl’s squads took on region foe Veterans on the road Friday night.
UR ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Master class clay shooter dreams big
In the first year of its existence as a recognized sport in the Georgia Independent School Association, John Milledge Academy earned the first-ever state championship in clay shooting earlier this fall.
BHS gets close games against Perry
Region 2-AAAA basketball is arguably some of the best in the state, and Baldwin High is being tested on the court every week, the most recent challenge coming against Perry Tuesday night on the road.
JMA basketball drops doubleheader
The John Milledge Academy varsity basketball teams dropped a pair of games to the visiting Gatewood Gators Tuesday evening at the Trojan Center.
Braves’ quarterback grabs major college football attention
Though his 6-foot-2-inch 220-pound frame makes Baldwin High School’s quarterback stand out each fall, the junior’s demeanor remains more reserved.
Trojans basketball teams split against Tattnall
The John Milledge Academy varsity basketball teams split a doubleheader against Tattnall Square Academy Friday evening.
Torre, La Russa, Cox elected to baseball Hall
Joe Torre, Tony La Russa and Bobby Cox spent decades trying to beat each other, no holds barred. On this day, however, they were a mutual admiration society.
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