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St. Pius knocks Eastside out of AAAA playoffs

The punishing option attack of the St. Pius football team kept chugging along in the Class AAAA state playoffs.

Richardson helps MSU reach WNIT final

Mississippi State had a huge, second-half run with a big help from a former area stand out, and now the Bulldogs will play for a tournament championship.

Bass adds 2nd all-state honor to list of accolades

Perhaps it was inevitable since she’d already received a national honor, but Majesti Bass was recognized as one of the state’s finest volleyball players as well.

Thompson hits career high in Eagles’ win

Croone, Paladins cruise to first victory

Coming into Wednesday’s game, Bernard Thompson had scored a total of 20 points in the first two games of his senior season.

Tech women move to 3-0 with rout of Kennesaw

Kaela Davis scored 15 points to lead four in double figures as Georgia Tech defeated Kennesaw State 77-48 Wednesday at McCamish Pavilion.

Fields, Rockdale girls move to 2-0

Sydney Fields has the talent to finish each game of Rockdale’s season with a double-double. So far in 2014, the junior forward has shown that ability and the Bulldogs remain unbeaten thanks in large part to her efforts.

Tech men pull away from Alabama A&M

Josh Heath got his first career start for Georgia Tech Tuesday and showed why he could have a bright future in the Yellow Jackets’ backcourt.

Richardson, Bulldogs to play in WNIT semis

So far, so good in the preseason WNIT for the Mississppi State womens basketball team.

Cyclones too much for GSU

Ron Hunter said Iowa State was the best team he’d faced since becoming the coach at Georgia State four years ago. The Cyclones showed it over the final 16 minutes on Monday.

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Tech defense outshines Clemson’s in victory

It wasn’t a good day for Clemson quarterbacks, and Georgia Tech was more than happy to take advantage.

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