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Ron Seibel

The Telegraph

Macon, GA, United States

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Past articles by Ron:

High schools: Q-and-A with GHSA executive director Robin Hines

Former Houston County School District superintendent Robin Hines is settling in as the GHSA’s executive director, taking on the challenges that face Georgia’s primary high school athletics governing body. → Read More

Tattnall Square’s Rodgers shows leadership, gets his championship

Tattnall Square football player and wrestler Christian Rodgers is The Telegraph Selby Buck Male Athlete of the Year. → Read More

FPD’s Patterson takes leadership role to heart

FPD's Kate Patterson, who led on the basketball court and the soccer field and also ran cross country, is The Telegraph Selby Buck Female Athlete of the Year. → Read More

Coastal Plain League: A small, necessary step for Macon

This effort at bringing baseball to Macon is the most legitimate since the South Atlantic League left. But it doesn’t bring Macon back into the organized baseball fold, and it only delays the need for a new baseball stadium. → Read More

High school football: Houston County, Jones County take on state's best

Houston County and Jones County get some important summer reps in against some of the state's top high school football programs at the Corky Kell 7-on-7 in Roswell. → Read More

After Golden State routs NBA, what does LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers do?

With the Golden State Warriors on track to run away with the NBA title, is the stage being set for a changing of the guard in the Eastern Conference? → Read More

Road unkind to Tattnall Square in Game 1

Savannah Christian uses three-run fifth inning to beat Tattnall Square in the first game of the best-of-three GHSA Class 1A private school baseball championship series. → Read More

Ron Seibel: Preds prove hockey can work in South

So Nashville is in the Stanley Cup Final. And folks said hockey doesn't work in the South after the Atlanta Thrashers debacle. It's just more proof that ownership, not location, doomed the Thrashers, something the NHL fails to realize. → Read More

Process working quite well for Tattnall Square

For the second straight year, Tattnall Square is playing for the GHSA Class 1A private school baseball championship. → Read More

High school baseball: Tattnall Square-Savannah Christian baseball series postponed

Tattnall Square's GHSA Class 1A private school baseball championship doubleheader against Savannah Christian scheduled for Wednesday has been postponed because of expected bad weather in Savannah. They will now play at 5 p.m. on Friday. → Read More

High school golf: FPD leads GHSA competition after 18 holes

FPD leads the GHSA Class 1A private school golf championship through 18 holes. The GHSA is playing a 36-hole event for the first time this year after going 18 holes in the past. → Read More

High school baseball: Mercer-bound Matt Blair leading Tattnall into GHSA baseball finals

Tattnall Square's Matt Blair has gone from a reserve with a blown-out knee to a Division I-bound pitcher starting for a team that's playing for the GHSA Class 1A private school championship. → Read More

High school football: Georgia gets its first taste of spring games

With permission granted to scrimmage other schools during the spring practice period, some Georgia high school football players are getting a little something extra out of May drills: the chance to go up against someone not on their own team. → Read More

High school baseball: Johns Creek appealing GHSA baseball result against Lee County

Johns Creek is appealing its GHSA Class 6A baseball semifinal loss to Lee County, a loss that came about after Lee County used a little-known rule to wipe out Johns Creek’s game-winning walk in Game 2. → Read More

High school baseball: Landry Rustin, Windsor take Game 1 from Terrell Academy

Windsor edges Terrell Academy in the first game of the best-of-three GISA Class 2A baseball semifinals. Landry Rustin goes the distance for Windsor, striking out seven while recording a two-run, go-ahead single in the second inning. → Read More

Tattnall Square sweeps Holy Innocents to advance to GHSA baseball title series

With a little help from Trey Ham’s record-setting 13th homer of the season, Tattnall’s 1-2 pitching punch puts away another opponent. The Trojans sweep Holy Innocents 5-0 and 9-3 to clinch a spot in the GHSA Class 1A private school baseball championship series for the second straight year. → Read More

Former Houston County superinendent Robin Hines named GHSA executive director

Robin Hines, who led the Houston County School District from 2010-14, is named executive director of the GHSA, replacing Gary Phillips. Also, a controversial proposal regarding transfer student eligibility was tabled. → Read More

Wesleyan overwhelms FPD in GHSA girls soccer final

Three second-half goals lift Wesleyan to its first GHSA girls soccer championship, 4-1 over FPD at Five Star Stadium. → Read More

College baseball: Mercer looking to secure SoCon title at Wofford

Southern Conference baseball championship on the line when Mercer heads to Wofford this weekend. → Read More

Ron Seibel: SunTrust Park neighborhood easy to drive, if you can reach it

Fears of traffic jams in the neighborhoods surrounding SunTrust Park are overblown, Ron Seibel finds. Getting to SunTrust Park on Atlanta's Interstate system? That's the big, thorny issue. → Read More