Cordele Dispatch, Cordele, GA

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February 12, 2014

Crisp Academy boys get to wear Junior Pro crown

Cordele — Shown are the players comprising the Crisp Academy 5th-6th grade boys basketball team that posted a 5-1 regular season record and then defeated Citizens Christian and Terrell in the Junior Pro tournament played in Cordele this past Saturday. In the front row are, from left, Zach Atherton, Garrett Gravitt, Andrew Willis, Baylor Pless, Ethan Council, David Fraser and Greer Hawkins. In the back row are, from left, Jacob Gravitt, Pilcher Thornton, Noah Mercer, Cameron Maddox, Billy Hardin, Julian Floyd, Jackson Penton, Clay Owens and coach Charles Hardin.

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    Crisp County High rallied from a 2-0 mid-game deficit created in large part by shaky defense and eventually defeated Hardaway in a chilly Wednesday evening battle of top 10 Class AAAA teams.

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  • 4-17 Lady Trojan track.tif Lady Trojans repeat as GISA Region 3 track champs

    For the second straight year, arch-rivals Fullington and Crisp academies ran 1-2 in that order in the girls portion of Monday’s Region 3-A GISA track meet hosted by Westwood Academy

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  • Bobcats notch fourth straight varsity track crown

    Dooly County High’s boys track team composed primarily of athletes who at the middle school level won three conference titles has now helped the current varsity team grab a fourth straight area crown.

    April 16, 2014

  • GHSA now will allow its members some action vs. GISA schools

    The first step that would allow GHSA and GISA schools to face each other in non-association athletics competition has been taken.

    April 16, 2014

  • 4-17 White pitching.JPG .tif Raiders thump Wildcats

    For the last two years now, the region track meet and a baseball game on the same day have brought only bad results for Crisp Academy at the diamond level.

    April 16, 2014 1 Photo

  • Weather washes out most of Tuesday's scheduled sports action

    A number of athletic events scheduled for today have been postponed due to weather and/or playing field conditions.

    April 15, 2014

  • More area athletes get cage honors

    Seven more area athletes have been recognized on All-Middle Georgia athletics teams chosen by the Macon Telegraph.

    April 14, 2014

  • Wilcox trio makes 2-A hoop team

    Region 2-A basketball coaches have selected their all-region teams for the 2013-14 seasons and Wilcox County High claimed three first-team all-region slots and two honorable mention listings on them.

    April 14, 2014

  • Bobcats play well in loss to Bulldogs

    On the verge of having another game shortened to five innings by the 10-run mercy rule, Dooly County put on a finishing kick that made its contest vs. Macon County go the distance Thursday.

    April 14, 2014

  • Colquitt 4-13 Carter vs. Colquitt.tif Cougars pushed to limit to get past Packers

    Crisp County High’s Cougars got one of their closest calls yet from a fellow Peach State team Wednesday when they eked out a 6-4 victory over Colquitt County’s Packers.
    The triumph extended the winning string of coach Bill Pate’s squad to 12 games and bettered its overall record to 16-2 heading into a Tuesday Region 1-AAAA road game at Westover. It also has a Wednesday non-region home duel on tap with Hardaway of Columbus.

    April 14, 2014 1 Photo

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