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Past articles by Michael:

All-Middle Georgia Boys Soccer: Houston County's Hunter Henry is the Player of the Year

Hunter Henry scored 19 goals for the Bears this season, matching twin brother Heath Henry’s total. → Read More

On the court and in the classroom, Northside's John Wharton was at home

Northside’s John Wharton didn’t lose a set in high school and was equally masterful in the classroom, earning The Telegraph’s Martha Pennyman Scholar-Athlete honor for 2016-17. → Read More

Macon Touchdown Club features some new names on 2017 schedule

J.T. Thomas, a Lanier grad, was part of four Super Bowl title with Pittsburgh and is the Macon Touchdown Club’s first speaker of the 2017 season. → Read More

Golden State is good, but becoming a dynasty isn't automatic

The NBA Finals were closer than many people realize. → Read More

Georgia plucks offensive lineman out of Oklahoma

Georgia’s long recruiting arms have again reached into Big 12 territory with Saturday’s commitment to the Bulldogs of Owen Condon of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. → Read More

Washington County's Allisha Gray off to quality start in WNBA career

The Washington County and South Carolina standout was the WNBA’s first Rookie of the Month this season, rolling along in Dallas. → Read More

High School Notebook: Area players on all-star invite list; more signings; Alumni Update

High School Notebook: Middle Georgia standouts on bowl invite list; signings from Perry girls basketball and Warner Robins golf; Alumni Update with Veterans and Houston County → Read More

Bleckley County takes state all-sports trophy in Class 2A

Bleckley County is the first Middle Georgia program since at least 2010-11 to finish first in the Georgia Athletic Directors Association director’s cup race. → Read More

Bleckley County eyes Class 2A state all-sports title; Windsor, Piedmont continue GISA play

High school notebook: Bleckley County leads the GHSA Class 2A state Directors Cup standings. Windsor, Piedmont and John Milledge are still alive in the GISA baseball playoffs. → Read More

Retirement beckons, but Rogers remains ‘a loyal Royal’

There’s little Benjy Rogers hasn’t done in 30 years as part of the Bleckley County athletics department, an era that ends with his retirement this month. → Read More

Taylor County's Wilson changes mind, staying with the Vikings

In March, Taylor County football and baseball head coach Mark Wilson resigned to return to Bryan County. But his situation changed, and he’s staying in Butler. → Read More

NFL: Robert Davis is preparing for rookie mini-camp with the Washington Redskins

Former Northside and Georgia State wideout Robert Davis, who was honored by Houston County Board of Education superintendent Mark Scott on Monday, is only days away from rookie mini-camp with Washington. → Read More

High school basketball: All-Middle Georgia boys team 2016-17

The Telegraph All-Middle Georgia boys basketball team for 2016-17. → Read More

Gray having the year of a lifetime

Former Washington County girls basketball star Allisha Gray went from missing her senior year of high school with a knee injury to NCAA women’s basketball national champ to No. 4 pick in the WNBA draft. → Read More

Washington County’s Gray goes fourth in WNBA draft

Allisha Gray’s decision to leave college early paid off by being the fourth pick of the WNBA draft, going to Dallas. → Read More

Wilkinson County, Toomsboro to honor Dupree on Saturday

Former Wilkinson County football standout Bud Dupree will be honored Saturday with the renaming of a Toomsboro street in his name. → Read More

Macon County football head coach charged with felony after traffic stop

Macon County football head coach Dexter Copeland has been charged with a felony drug offense after a traffic stop Jan. 28 in Houston County. → Read More

Warner Robins football coach Bryan Way announces retirement

Bryan Way served as Warner Robins' football head coach for 12 seasons. → Read More