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Lee County, Mays, Glynn Academy emerge as teams to beat

Lee County and Mays moved into sole possession of first place in their regions, Glynn Academy is closing in on a region title, and Tucker dashed Lovejoy’s championship dreams on a busy Week 9 of the high school football season. 549 more words


Valdosta loses region opener; big wins for Mays, Brunswick

Region play is in full swing in Class AAAAAA now that Regions 2 and 8 got in on the act this weekend.

Coffee (1-AAAAAA) and Richmond Hill (2-AAAAAA) are the only teams in the classification that have not played a region game. 1,165 more words


Mays, Douglas County the big winners in Region 5 openers

Mays and Douglas County came up the biggest winners during the first weekend of region play in 5-AAAAAA.

Fifth-ranked Mays, the defending region champion, beat No. 565 more words


Mays 32, Hughes 20

Defending Region 5-AAAAAA champion Mays arrived late to its first league contest of the season – literally and figuratively.

But the Raiders’ game arrived just in time to deliver a decisive 32-20 win over region and south Fulton County rival Langston Hughes, in a game that matched the No. 544 more words


Mays, Hughes look to become early front-runner in 5-AAAAAA

Region 5-AAAAAA was one of the deepest and strongest in the state last season.

Six of its nine teams were in the playoff hunt, and all four of its teams that reached the postseason – Mays, Alexander, Northgate and Hughes – won at least one playoff game. 778 more words


State finalists Valdosta, Tucker back on top to start 2017

Valdosta ended an 18-year championship drought, the longest in the program’s storied history, when it won the Class AAAAAA football final last December at the Georgia Dome. 744 more words


Mays, Hughes cap season with titles for Atlanta/Fulton County

It was a good night for schools in Fulton County when the Mays girls team (Atlanta Public Schools) and the Hughes boys team (Fulton County Schools) capped off the Class AAAAAA basketball season by winning state championships at the University of Georgia’s Stegeman Coliseum in Athens. 734 more words