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Augusta, GA, United States

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Coaches, players ready for shot clock in Georgia high school basketball

High School basketball just got a little bit faster in the state of Georgia.In a motion passed 53-10 in a Georgia High School Association executive meeting Tuesday afternoon, the GHSA approved the addition of a 30-second shot clock to be used in all varsity games for boys and girls basketball.The new rule will be phased in over three years. This season, shot clocks are only permitted in holiday… → Read More

Coaches, players ready for shot clock in Georgia prep hoops

High School basketball just got a little bit faster in the state of Georgia.In a motion passed 53-10 in a Georgia High School Association executive meeting Tuesday afternoon, the GHSA approved the addition of a 30-second shot clock to be used in all varsity games for boys and girls basketball.The new rule will be phased in over three years. This season, shot clocks are only permitted in holiday… → Read More

Former Laney star Jaiden Hamilton shines in first year at Georgia Southern

In four seasons at Laney High School, Jaiden Hamilton lost just 10 games. By Jan. 16 of her freshman year at Georgia Southern this past season, the Eagles → Read More

Hamilton shines in first year at Georgia Southern

In four seasons at Laney High School, Jaiden Hamilton lost just 10 games. By Jan. 16 of her freshman year at Georgia Southern this past season, the Eagles → Read More

Former Laney players using off time to train future basketball players

Playing overseas has been an adjustment for Aliyah Collier. Though the coronavirus pandemic cut her first season with Sportiva short, she’s enjoyed → Read More

Families show support, have hope with parade at Augusta VA hospital

Tiffany and James Donahue make it an effort every time they visit the uptown VA medical center to not only visit their grandfather, Lyman Cook, but also → Read More

Georgia-Lina Lions bring arena football back to Augusta area

Arena football has made its way back to Augusta.The Georgia-Lina Lions are set to debut in the Impact Developmental Football League on Saturday. Despite → Read More

Augusta University cadets get commissioned in national ceremony

Nothing will replace the intimate setting of a college campus hosting its own commissioning ceremony. But if Friday morning was any consolation, a → Read More

A NEW NORMAL

Right around 11:45 a.m., just before the final conditioning session of the day started for the Grovetown football team, coach Damien Postell yelled over → Read More

College coaches get creative in new era of recruiting

As the Augusta University men’s basketball team checked into its hotel for the Southeast Regional of the NCAA Division II Tournament in March, they → Read More

AAU teams, coaches adapt to summer without EYBL

R.J. Davis wasn’t a popular name, circulating around the college basketball fraternity before the AAU season started last year.Entering the 2019 EYBL circuit and the Nike Peach Jam, Davis was unranked. Quickly through the EYBL sessions he moved into into the ESPN 100. By the end of the Peach Jam offers continued flowing in.Now, Davis — a 6-foot-1 point guard from White Plains, N.Y. and a 2019… → Read More

Nike cancels EYBL circuit, Peach Jam amid pandemic

The Nike EYBL announced Saturday night that it was canceling the remainder of the EYBL circuit events this year, effectively canceling the 25th annual → Read More

Gone but not forgotten

WAYNESBORO, Ga As they turned the corner from Brentwood Drive onto Liberty Street, marchers leading the way started singing, "Walk with me Lord. → Read More

Aquinas basketball player Lammers signs with Warren Wilson

It’s been three years since a girls basketball player from Aquinas signed a national letter of intent. The last player to do so was Maura Lammers.On Thursday, her sister, Grace, followed her footsteps and signed her national letter of intent to play college basketball at Warren Wilson College.“It’s amazing,” Lammers said. “It kind of happened at the last minute and everything. My coach, my… → Read More

Great Georgia Give campaign stops at Children’s Hospital of Georgia

As one of Georgia’s agricultural commodities continues to be affected by coronavirus, the Great Georgia Give has ensured the surplus of milk → Read More

Aquinas’ Bowles inks with Campbell University

Michael Bowles knew since he was in seventh grade he was going to be a long snapper in college, it’s as much of a skill position as any other special teams player.When he started at Aquinas as a freshman, he was confident he would live out his dream. On Tuesday, Bowles signed his national letter of intent to be the long snapper at Campbell University."I’ve been waiting for it for a long time and… → Read More

South Augusta consumers sticking to traditional way of life

Brian Tait is happy to see things start to open up as the country and the world returns to normal operations.Tait commended both the local and state governments for how they handled closing and opening the state back up."I think they’re making the right decision," he said. "We have to move forward with this. I think it’s best that you still have to use caution with this. You got to live."During… → Read More

South Augusta small businesses happy to return to ’business as usual’

Marvin Stone was happy to return to work on Monday.Stone said he opened up Cornerstone Barbershop for the first time on Monday after the shelter-in-place → Read More

Ansley Pantsari continues family legacy at The Citadel

Since she was young, Ansley Pantsari has never backed down from a challenge.She started competing in Crossfit, one of the most intense forms of weight → Read More

Augusta Christian’s Taylor continues his underdog story with NFL signing

The underdog narrative suits Calvin Taylor well.Coming out of Augusta Christian, he wasn’t heavily recruited. He didn’t sign his national letter of intent to play at the University of Kentucky until late April. While the journey has been long, it was worth it.Soon after the NFL draft, Taylor signed as an undrafted free agent to reunite with Bud Dupree and Benny Snell -- former Wildcats -- with… → Read More