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Five JMA student-athletes moving to college sports
John Milledge Academy celebrated five spring collegiate athletic signees Friday.
Larry Turner Basketball Camps return to Milledgeville
In its third year, the Larry Turner Basketball Camps for aspiring players between ages 6 and 18 will take place June 17-22 in the Sinclair Baptist Church gymnasium from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day.
Former GMC star soccer player pays visit
A former Georgia Military College soccer standout returned Tuesday to visit the campus that offered him new opportunities both on and off the field.
Ramsey cruises at GSGA match play event
Coming off a second place finish in her final junior major out west, Ashlan Ramsey tore through the field in the Georgia Women’s Match Play Championship at The Legends at Chateau Elan.
GMC camps to help mission trip
In an effort to raise funds for the upcoming Fellowship of Christian Athletes mission trip to the Dominican Republic, the Georgia Military Prep School baseball and softball teams are gearing up to host fundamentals and advanced hitting camps.
Trojan Football Golf Tournament boosts program
The annual J.T. Wall Trojan Football Golf Tournament assists the growth of a fast improving GISA program.
Ga Tech beats Vandy 5-0 to force rematch for title
Josh Heddinger pitched a two-hitter and Georgia Tech beat No. 2 overall seed Vanderbilt 5-0 on Sunday night to force a rematch for the title of the NCAA tournament's Nashville regional.
Yankees fan says he's 111, but has no proof of age
A baseball fan who says he's 111 years old and was saluted by the New York Yankees on the field this weekend has no proof of his age.
GC junior outfielder named to NFCA All-Region team
The Louisville Slugger National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) All-Region team was recently announced and Georgia College junior outfielder Whitney Okvist (Kennesaw) was named to the second team in the Southeast Region.
Braves host first wrestling camp
Hoping to develop local youth wrestlers, Baldwin High’s wrestling team plans to host its first-ever Braves Wrestling Camp next week, June 3-7, in the BHS gym from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for rising eighth graders to 12th graders, with hopes of promoting the sport within the community.
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