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The Thomasville High School Bulldogs will host the Pace Academy Knights on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at the Thomasville High School Gymnasium in the Georgia High School Association's Class AA boys basketball semifinals. Gates to the contest will open at 5:30 p.m. A GHSA "coin flip" determined th…

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THOMASVILLE — The Thomasville Bulldogs warmed up just enough to earn a spot in the Final Four.

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CAIRO — Not since basketball legend Teresa Edwards suited up for the Syrupmaids have the Cairo girls basketball team played this deep into the season. But two free throws by Region 1-AAAA player of the year Ambria Vicks ensured the Syrupmaids will play in this weekend's Final Four.

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CAIRO — The Colquitt County Packers erupted for eight runs in the fifth innings and downed Cairo 9-2 in a non-region baseball game Monday.

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THOMASVILLE — Adam Lane tossed two perfect innings of relief, and Jaylan Robinson doubled in the go-ahead run in the bottom of the sixth inning as the Thomas County Central Yellow Jackets edged Pike County 2-1 Friday in a non-region baseball game.

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CAIRO — Ambria Vicks had 18 points, and Leah Perry scored 15 as the Cairo Syrupmaids topped Hardaway 58-48 Saturday in the Class AAAA girls state basketball playoffs. 

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THOMASVILLE — An efficient offense — in the hands of unselfish players — and a relentless defense have the Thomasville Bulldogs back in the Class AA boys basketball Elite Eight.

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THOMASVILLE — JW Knight hit a two-out, three-run homer in the top of the seventh inning, and the Cairo Syrupmakers rallied for a 6-5 non-region baseball win over the Thomasville Bulldogs on Friday night.

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ATLANTA (AP) — Real estate investor Larry Gottesdiener was approved Friday as the lead owner of the Atlanta Dream following pressure on former Sen. Kelly Loeffler to sell her share of the WNBA team.

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THOMASVILLE — The Brookwood Warriors face a familiar foe in Saturday's GISA state quarterfinal round playoff game. It doesn't make the Warriors' task any less daunting, however.

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CAIRO  — Even the most experienced teams can feel the pressure of a state playoff game. That was the case for the Cairo Syrupmaids on Tuesday. But the Region 1-AAAA champs overcame their nerves to top West Laurens 55-43 in the first round of the state playoffs.

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THOMASVILLE – When football coach Phillip Duplantis assumed the athletic director position at Thomas County Central on an interim basis, he had a simple philosophy:

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THOMASVILLE –—The Brookwood Warriors are making winning close games look routine. It happened in the GISA Region 3-AAA tournament. It happened in Wednesday's state tournament opener.

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NASHVILLE — Berrien struck for five runs in the bottom of the sixth inning and pulled out an 8-4 win over Thomas County Central in a non-region baseball game Tuesday.

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BAINBRIDGE — Thomasville batters were held to five hits, and the host Bearcats scored seven unearned runs as Bainbridge won its 2021 baseball season opener 8-4 over the Bulldogs.

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THOMASVILLE — The Laney Lady Wildcats held on for a 53-46 win Tuesday against the Thomasville Lady Bulldogs in the first round of the Class AA girls state basketball playoffs, ending the Lady Bulldogs’ season.

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THOMASVILLE — Last year's GISA Class AAA girls basketball champions couldn't get out of the first round this year.

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THOMASVILLE — A successful region tournament run has yielded a home playoff game for the Brookwood Warriors in the GISA Class AAA state playoffs.

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THOMASVILLE — Thomas County Central has a new leader in charge of its athletic department. Sam Holland, the school's athletic director (AD) since 2015, has taken the head football coach and AD position at DeSoto County High School in Arcadia, Florida.

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THOMASVILLE — The defending GISA Class AAA girls basketball champions will begin their path to a repeat title at home on Tuesday.

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CAIRO — The Cairo Syrupmakers had a victorious return to the baseball diamond Friday night. Playing officially for the first time since COVID-19 ended their season a year ago, the Syrupmakers' Caison Faircloth singled with the bases loaded in the bottom of the 10th inning to lift the Syrupma…

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AMERICUS — The two-time reigning GISA Region 3-AAA champs successfully defended their title Friday night, as senior Dallas Forsyth drained a 3-pointer in the waning moments to lift the Warriors to a 48-46 victory over Southland Academy at Georgia Southwestern State and University, capturing …

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AMERICUS –—The two-time defending GISA Region 3-AAA champions gave themselves a chance to defend their title with a thrilling semifinal win over Valwood on Thursday night.

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CAIRO — The Cairo Syrupmaids dominated Region 1-AAAA this year. It showed on the all-region team, and the Syrupmaids are slotted as a No. 1 seed heading into next week's state tournament.

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THOMASVILLE — Jake Green’s two-out single to center field in the bottom of the seventh inning brought in JJ Potts with the winning run Tuesday, as the Thomas County Central Yellow Jackets started the 2021 baseball season with a 4-3 win over Colquitt County. 

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THOMASVILLE — Brookwood's quest for a third straight GISA Region 3-AAA championship will have a different starting point from the previous two seasons.

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THOMASVILLE — The Thomasville boys soccer team played Cairo to a 2-2 tie Tuesday night. But just getting on the field again was a win in itself for the Bulldogs.

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CAIRO — The Cairo Syrupmakers will have to wait a few days to start the 2021 baseball season.

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THOMASVILLE — The Thomasville Lady Bulldogs jumped out to an 18-point first quarter lead and never looked back in a 65-20 rout of Worth County on Thursday.

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THOMASVILLE — Thomas County Central's baseball team aced its final tuneup before Monday's start to the regular season. Head coach Ryan Strickland had zero complaints following Wednesday's 6-2 victory over Berrien in the Yellow Jackets' preseason scrimmage.

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THOMASVILLE — The Thomas County Central's boys swim team lapped the Region 1-AAAA competition this year and made a splash at the state meet last weekend at Georgia Tech. 

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CAIRO — The Cairo Syrupmakers will celebrate 100 years of football next season with new astroturf at West Thomas Stadium. Funding for the new turf was approved during Tuesday's Grady County Board of Education meeting.

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CAIRO — The Cairo Syrupmaids' quest for an undefeated season ended in the regular season finale against Bainbridge Friday night.

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THOMASVILLE, Ga. – Football is coming to Southwestern Georgia, but not the kind that requires a helmet and shoulder pads.  Thomas University’s Athletic Director Rick Pearce officially announced the addition of women’s flag football to its intercollegiate slate, becoming TU’s 11th varsity ath…

CAIRO – Cairo's top returning pitcher has made his commitment to where he will play baseball at the next level.

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THOMASVILLE — Two former Thomas County Central Yellow Jacket standout track athletes are making a name for themselves coaching on the collegiate level.

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The Thomasville High School soccer teams opened their 2021 campaigns with a sweep of Colquitt County on Friday.

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THOMASVILLE — The Thomasville Bulldogs capped their Region 1-AA basketball schedule with a 61-37 win over Berrien on Friday night.

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