Screven County is as far along in the playoffs as anyone can remember.
DULUTH - Ryuji Imada watched someone else go in the water this time.
CONCORD, N.C. - Aside from the $1 million payout to the winner, the All-Star race supposedly doesn't count for anything.
For the next three weeks, we'll all be little bit over-saturated with horse racing, Big Brown and the Triple Crown.
INDIANAPOLIS - A.J. Foyt IV had already had a difficult day at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway - and it was only half over.
Jeremy Rosier is the consummate baseball player.
SYLVANIA - It seems that for the Screven County Gamecocks, the keys to winning in the playoffs are tight defense, well-conditioned pitching and six-run innings.
GRIFFIN - It all happened so quickly.
Statesboro will try and continue its impressive run through postseason play, traveling to Griffin today for the second round of the GHSA Class AAAA playoffs.
By MATT YOGUS
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