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Hardaway tops Troup County, advances to quarterfinals

BY JORDAN D. HILL | JHILL@LEDGER-ENQUIRER.COM Yesterday The third time proved to be the charm for the Hardaway Hawks. Hardaway made short work of Troup County Saturday, winning Game 3 of the second round series 6-2. The red-hot Hawks offense, which put up three runs in the third and two in the fourth, has scored

Which region’s high schools had the strongest NFL Draft? – Presented by VNN

The NFL Draft took place last week in Philadelphia. Held on the Rocky Steps at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, it was the first draft held entirely outdoors, and was the most attended in history with more than 250,000 people attending. Over three days, all 32 NFL teams chose players who they hope could be the future

Best of the Best: Georgia’s Top Sports Story of the Month – Presented by VNN

This month’s top story from across Georgia comes from Forsyth Central High School in Cumming, whose Boys Varsity team lit up some fireworks on Senior Night. Walk Off Originally posted on forsythcentralathletics.com What an exciting Senior Night it was Friday. Trailing 7-6 in the bottom of the 7th inning with two outs and runners on 1st and

Former Hawk Josh Anthony Earns SEC Player of the Week

  Game 1 vs. Arkansas Highlights Game 2 vs. Arkansas Highlights Game 3 vs. Arkansas Highlights April 24, 2017 BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Auburn baseball junior third baseman Josh Anthony was named Southeastern Conference Player of the Week Monday following a stellar four-game performance including a blistering series with No. 16 Arkansas. Anthony batted a robust

Jonathan Manibusan, Mykel Page notch no-hitters for Hardaway

BY JORDAN D. HILL jhill@ledger-enquirer.com Pitching and defense fueled Hardaway baseball’s strong end to the regular season. On Thursday, those aspects of the Hawks’ game were put on full display yet again. Hardaway got excellent play in its doubleheader sweep over Westover, as pitchers Jonathan Manibusan and Mykel Page eached threw no-hitters. Manibusan shut down

Hardaway boys, girls win MCSD track meet

BY JORDAN D. HILL jhill@ledger-enquirer.com On Saturday, the Hardaway track team did something no other Columbus squad has pulled off this season. Hardaway’s boys and girls track team took first place in their respective divisions in the Muscogee County School District Track Meet at Hardaway. The boys squad topped second-place Northside by 14.5 points, while

Carver assistant Kelly Ellison named Hardaway girls basketball coach

jhill@ledger-enquirer.com Hardaway athletic director Kendall Mills announced on Tuesday he was resigning as the Lady Hawks girls basketball coach. In the same announcement, Mills named Carver assistant and Hardaway alum Kelly Ellison as his replacement. Mills, who remains the school’s athletic director, boys basketball coach and volleyball coach, just finished his 12th season as the

Georgia’s Track and Field Records – Presented by VNN

As the Spring Season hits full swing, state records start falling. Think you can meet the challenge? Here’s Georgia’s Track and Field All-Time Performance Lists, courtesy of MileSplitGA: GIRLS Long Jump Brittany Porter 21-3.5 TOWERS DeKalb Championships 3-30-09 Kendell Williams 20-10.5 KELL AAAAA Sectional A 4-27-13 Tameisha King 20-6 ½ PEBBLEBROOK Region 5-AAAA Meet 5-99 Tiffany

Event Recap: Week of April 8 – April 14

Saturday, Apr 8th No event results Sunday, Apr 9th No event results Monday, Apr 10th No event results Tuesday, Apr 11th Boys Varsity Baseball @ Northside High School N/A Wednesday, Apr 12th No event results Thursday, Apr 13th Boys Varsity Baseball @ Shaw High School N/A Friday, Apr 14th No event results

Hawks Secure #2 Seed With Win Over Shaw

The Hardaway Baseball team beat Shaw yesterday 4-2. Mykel Page pitched a complete game, 5 hitter and struck out 10 batters. Hunter Duke, Kevin Henry, and Alex Bemiss all drove in runs. Mykel Page had 2 hits and Chandler Griggs scored 2 runs. The win secured the Hawks the #2 seed for the region playoffs.