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Warriors Drop Region Opener in 10 Innings

By: Drew Harris (Cleveland) White County starting pitcher Joel Pritchett and Stephens County starter Evan Ramsey locked horns in a dandy of a pitcher’s duel in both team’s region opener on Friday night. Both went seven innings and gave up no runs. It would take three extra innings, but the Indians scored two in the top of the 10th and …

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Nighthawks Split Doubleheader with Flames

3/12/15 DAHLONEGA | The No. 9 University of North Georgia softball team split a pair of games with Lee on Thursday afternoon at Hill Stadium. The Nighthawks took game one, 3-0, before falling in the second game, 7-5. UNG is now 19-5 on the season. Despite the loss in game two, the Nighthawk pitching staff did not give up an …

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Hoover Leads Offensive Attack in Nighthawks 16-6 Victory Over Valdosta State

3/12/15 DAHLONEGA | Freshman shortstop Connor Hoover hit a home run and three doubles in the University of North Georgia baseball team’s 16-6 win over Valdosta State Wednesday evening at Bob Stein Stadium. The win advances the Nighthawks to 13-5 on the season. Things were quiet at the plate for both teams in the first five frames, but Hoover would …

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Commerce Outlasts Warriors

By: Drew Harris 3-9-15 (Cleveland) White County jumped out to a quick 6-0 lead on the Commerce Tigers on Monday afternoon, but they could not hold the lead as Commerce exploded for nine runs in the middle innings. After White County tied things back up at 9-9 in the 6th, the Tigers pushed the winning runs across in the top …

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UNG Claims Captain D’s Classic Title with Pair of Monday Wins

3/9/15 DAHLONEGA | The No. 11 University of North Georgia softball team claimed the Captain D’s Surf & Turf Classic title with a pair of wins against McKendree (11-0, 5 Inn.) and Catawba (3-1) Monday afternoon at Hill Stadium. The Nighthawks are now 18-4 on the year. UNG’s Kim McMillan was named the Most Valuable Player of the tournament and …

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Warriors Salvage A Game in Saturday’s Triple-Header

By: Drew Harris 03-09-15 (Cleveland) We wrote a story last week about White County’s rare double-header on February 28th in which they traveled to Jefferson and Central Gwinnett. The Warriors split those decisions. High school baseball teams have been known to play two games in one day, but not many play two games in two different locations. The weather over …

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Softball Splits Sunday Games in Captain D’s Classic

3/9/15 DAHLONEGA | The No. 11 University of North Georgia softball team split its pair of games on Sunday afternoon in the Captain D’s Surf & Turf Classic, falling to Wayne State (2-1) before beating Lincoln Memorial (6-0) later in the day. The Nighthawks are now 16-4 on the season. Both games saw excellent pitching performances with the Nighthawks being …

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Truett Wins Conference Series over Bluefield

3/9/15 The Truett-McConnell Bears took two of three in the season’s first conference series versus Bluefield. The Bears won the first game of the series 6-1 before splitting Saturday’s doubleheader with the Rams. On Saturday, TMC was the 3-2 victor in game one, while the Rams went on to win the final game 7-2. The recent wins give the Bears …

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Jordan Wins Walmart Bass Fishing League Bulldog Division Opener on Lake Lanier

3/9/15 GAINESVILLE, Ga. (March 9, 2015) – Rob Jordan of Flowery Branch, Georgia, weighed a five-bass limit totaling 19 pounds, 7 ounces Saturday to win the first Walmart Bass Fishing League Bulldog Division tournament of 2015 on Lake Lanier. For his victory, Jordan earned $6,162.   “I’m very happy to finally win one,” said Jordan. “It’s my home lake and …

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