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Columbus, GA, United States

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Past articles by Kevin:

Columbus’ Ben Carr competes Monday in U.S. Junior Amateur

Columbus golfer Ben Carr will look to continue his strong summer when he tees off in the 2016 U.S. Junior Amateur this morning. → Read More

Isaiah Crowell to make donation to Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation

The fallout from Isaiah Crowell’s controversial Instagram post continued Tuesday. → Read More

Isaiah Crowell apologizes for controversial Instagram post

Isaiah Crowell (Carver High) is embroiled in controversy after posting a photo illustration to his Instagram account that shows a police officer’s throat being slit. The man doing it is hooded like an executioner and wearing all black in the style of terrorists who have beheaded American and British prisoners in videos posted on the internet. → Read More

Local teams open play in state Little League tournaments

State Little League baseball and softball tournaments get underway Saturday in a number of age groups, including one in Columbus. → Read More

Columbus’ Ben Carr qualifies for U.S. Junior Amateur

It has been a busy summer for golfer Ben Carr. But he found a perfect way to top it off. → Read More

District 8 All-Star tournaments begin Friday

The District 8 Little League All-Star tournament gets underway today. → Read More

Columbus earns sixth straight top-10 finish in Director’s Cup

The Columbus High athletic program finished sixth in Class 5A in the 2015-16 Georgia Athletic Director’s Association Regions Bank Director’s Cup. → Read More

Columbus State hires Anita Howard as women’s head coach

Columbus State announced Friday that it has hired Anita Howard as the women’s basketball coach. → Read More

Pirates hope to handle No. 1 ranking better this time around

The Chattahoochee Valley Community College baseball team has been in this position before. The Pirates are the No. 1-ranked team heading into the National Junior College Athletic Association World Series. → Read More

Thomas wants CVCC players to enjoy trip to JUCO World Series

Make no mistake about it, Chattahoochee Valley Community College baseball coach Adam Thomas wants to win the JUCO World Series. → Read More

Columbus State looking for better regional results

Columbus State coach Jonathan Norton has led the program to new heights this season with its third straight NCAA Division II national tournament bid. → Read More

Columbus State eyes rare sweep of Peach Belt basketball titles

It has happened only once in the 25-year history of the Peach Belt Conference tournament – the same school winning both the men’s and women’s championships. → Read More

Carver names new football coach

Dremail King knows he was not the first choice to be Carver’s new football coach. But he said he is OK with that. → Read More

After almost quitting basketball, Michelle Mitchell re-writing Columbus State record book

To watch Columbus State guard Michelle Mitchell play now, it is difficult to imagine that just a couple of years ago Mitchell had decided she didn't want to play the game any longer. → Read More

Columbus State's Cam Baker enjoys playing at home in front of family and friends

Columbus State guard Cam Baker has a number of family and friends in the stands at the Lumpkin Center when the Cougars play a home game. → Read More

Columbus State's Robert Moore and Jonathan Norton: Friends and champions

Both CSU basketball teams won conference championships → Read More

Central's Tony Morales win state wrestling championship

Sophomore wears down opponent in final period By KEVIN PRICE HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- A couple of hours after winning a Class 7A state wrestling championship on Saturday, Central sophomore Tony Morales was still trying to figure out how he was supposed to feel. Morales won a 9-7 decision over Vestavia Hills' Bowman Hill in the 152-pound weight class. "I am still getting it… → Read More

Carver football coach Reggie Barlow confirms he's talked to Sidney Lanier about opening

Reggie Barlow, who has been the head football coach at Carver for less than a month, confirmed Wednesday morning he has talked with Sidney Lanier High in Montgomery, Ala., about a similar position. → Read More

Columbus State Cougars get another shot at Montevallo

Columbus State gets another shot at its nemeses, Montevallo, on Wednesday night. And like most of the matchups over the past few years, the stakes are huge. → Read More

'Blonde Bomber' left big legacy at Jordan High

Joe Harrell was one of the best athletes to come out of Jordan High. → Read More