THOMASVILLE — Brookwood football coach Shane Boggs remains believes the GISA will follow through on its football season in less than two months. Even as coronavirus cases have spiked in Georgia and Florida in recent weeks, Boggs hasn't wavered in his confidence.

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THOMASVILLE — Brookwood football coach Shane Boggs remains believes the GISA will follow through on its football season in less than two months. Even as coronavirus cases have spiked in Georgia and Florida in recent weeks, Boggs hasn't wavered in his confidence.

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THOMASVILLE – The Georgia High School Association's (GHSA) progression toward the start of the fall high school sports season will take another step on Monday, July 6 once the “dead week” ends.

THOMASVILLE — Monday, July 6 is the date Thomasville football coach Zach Grage has had his sights set on since the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) allowed teams to start summer workouts June 8 and then loosened restrictions June 22.

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THOMASVILLE — Summer is normally an important time for high school baseball coaches to gauge the development of their players heading into next season. It’s especially important this season since teams’ seasons were cut short in March due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

THOMASVILLE — It's beginning to look a lot like football. This was a key week for Georgia High School football teams in preparing for a potential season in two months. 

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SEATTLE (AP) — The Seattle Mariners signed three of their draft picks Thursday, including first-round selection Emerson Hancock.

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THOMASVILLE — There is a new leader for the Thomasville High School Lady Bulldog basketball team. Kim Taylor was approved and named the head coach of the Lady Bulldogs on Tuesday, June 9. 

THOMASVILLE — Three months sitting at home amid a global pandemic reinvigorated Thomas County Central's football team in preparation for summer workouts. At least that's how head coach Ashley Henderson views his players one week into summer conditioning.

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THOMASVILLE — Two weeks into summer workouts, it's time for Georgia High School sports teams to start ramping it up a notch.

CAIRO – One week into summer workouts and still no word from the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) as to how long it'll be reserved for conditioning. But when the GHSA starts loosening restrictions, whether that's in a week or possibly after “dead week” in June 29-July 3, don't expect a…

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THOMASVILLE – Thomasville's return to the field for summer workouts this week has excited the team and fanbase but also brought to light how much conditioning work is needed before the Bulldogs are ready for a full practice, much less a regular season game.

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The Seattle Mariners selected former Cairo High School star Emerson Hancock with the sixth pick in Wednesday night’s Major League Baseball draft.

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THOMASVILLE – While the Georgia High School Association is relegated to summer workouts for the time being, the Georgia Independent School Association has left it up to member schools to proceed how they see fit this summer amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

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NEW YORK (AP) — Major League Baseball’s amateur draft begins Wednesday night with the first of a pandemic-shortened five rounds. Detroit has the No. 1 overall pick for the second time in three years after taking pitcher Casey Mize in 2018.

THOMASVILLE – Less than two months before the scheduled start of the 2020 season, the Cairo Syrupmakers softball team will report for summer workouts on June 8. 

THOMASVILLE — Almost three months away from his players, Cairo football coach Steve Devoursney gets to see them for the first time in less than a week. Devoursney expects a mix of different results when the Syrupmakers report for summer workouts on Monday, June 8.

THOMASVILLE — The summer workout calendar is set for the Thomas County Central Yellow Jackets football team — at least through June.

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THOMASVILLE — Like other schools in the Georgia High School Association (GHSA), the Thomasville Bulldogs football team reports for summer workouts on June 8. 

THOMASVILLE — The Georgia High School Association (GHSA) announced on Thursday that high school teams and athletes can begin summer workouts June 8. 

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THOMASVILLE – Georgia high school sports fans and coaches can mark June 8 on their summer calendars. That’s when coaches and athletes can return for summer conditioning work. 

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Kyle Busch is NASCAR's reigning Cup champion and the resident villain of the series. Chase Elliott has been voted most popular driver the last two years and is quickly building a loyal and rabid fan base.

THOMASVILLE — Football coaches aren't the only ones hoping for a summer schedule. Add Thomas County Central softball coach Robyn Trammell's name to the list.

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THOMASVILLE – Area football coaches are hoping to soon learn what their summer schedule will look like amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The NCAA Division I Council debated Wednesday whether to let a moratorium on voluntary workouts on campus expire at the end of the month as a growing number of college leaders express confidence that fall sports will be played in some form.

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THOMASVILLE — Ashley Henderson called defensive back A.J. Stephenson one of the most goal-oriented players he’s ever had.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Crew chief Chad Knaus won't get a look at the car Hendrick Motorsports built for Darlington Raceway until he gets to the track Sunday morning, a few hours before the race.

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THOMASVILLE — There wasn’t a gymnasium full of well-wishers Thursday afternoon for Garrett Harrell — but he still had plenty of people watching via Zoom and Facebook Live as he signed a scholarship.

Players, caddies and key staff around them will be tested once a week for the new coronavirus, and everyone at the golf course will have their temperatures taken every day when the PGA Tour returns next month and tries to show it can resume its season with minimal risks.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Jeff Gordon thought his wife, a former model, was kidding when she asked the NASCAR Hall of Famer to color her graying roots. He realized she was serious after the third request, FaceTimed her regular stylist and took a crash course in mixing color.

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THOMASVILLE — Though the spring sports season was wiped out because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Thomasville High School Bulldogs are celebrating another trophy.

After being temporarily closed to the public since March 23, the City of Thomasville has announced that Country Oaks Golf Course will reopen on Friday May 15. New policies have been implemented in order to provide safety while allowing players to enjoy golfing at the course.

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THOMASVILLE — Thomas County Central's Adam Hopkins and Gabe Harris may just be freshmen but they've already made the wish lists of multiple colleges, according to Central football coach Ashley Henderson.

Eight of the 14 football-playing members of the Atlantic Coast Conference are making plans for reopening campuses this fall while four others have publicly said they are exploring scenarios for a return following the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.

The NFL is moving its five games scheduled for London and Mexico City this season back to U.S. stadiums because of the coronavirus pandemic. All five regular-season games will be played at the stadiums of the host teams.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — NASCAR is preparing to be the first major U.S. sport to restart its season during the coronavirus pandemic — a welcomed return to racing and one that will be closely watched by the public and other professional leagues for missteps.

THOMASVILLE – The defending Region 1-AA champions will have a new look next year with several new faces joining the program. 

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