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Collins Hill track and cross country signees honored

Collins Hill held a signing ceremony Thursday for its track and field and cross country athletes who will be competing at the college level.

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Eagles' Marksberry signs with GCSU

Collins Hill senior Trey Marksberry has signed a letter of intent to play baseball for Georgia College and State University. He is the son of Todd and Nanita Marksberry.

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Eagles inches short against No. 1 Harrison

KENNESAW — If Harrison is the best girls soccer team in the state, Collins Hill can’t be far behind.

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Heck leads Eagles into quarters

Sarah Heck started Wednesday's game more than ready to play. For a game that had been postponed by rain just 22 seconds into play the night before, Heck looked like she stayed loose and ready for the full 24 hours.

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Collins Hill's fight not enough in lacrosse loss

In the first two minutes of the opening quarter, Milton took more shots than Collins Hill would take the whole 12 minutes. And the Eagles from Fulton County led 1-0.

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Eagles' Partridge to sign with Newberry wrestling

Collins Hill wrestler Bazell Partridge will sign a scholarship with Newberry College today at 2:45 p.m. in the Collins Hill wrestling room.

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Collins Hill's fight not enough in lacrosse loss

SUWANEE — In the first two minutes of the opening quarter, Milton took more shots than Collins Hill would take the whole 12 minutes.

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Collins Hill's Oraedu, Young sign with colleges

Collins Hill senior basketball players Odez Oraedu and Bria Young were honored Friday at the high school for signing with college programs.

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Eagles' Russell, Bears' Brown win GNWA awards`

The Georgia National Wrestling Alliance held its season-ending award show on Sunday at the Rialto Theater in Atlanta.

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Eagles seek another title

When Collins Hill began its dominance of high school wrestling four years ago, Joseph Doyague was just a freshman breaking into the lineup.

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Mill Creek boys shock No. 4 Eagles

HOSCHTON — Collins Hill knew as well as any of the top seeds in the Region 7-AAAAA boys basketball tournament just how tough an opponent Mill Creek has been this season, despite winning two regular season meetings.

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Collins Hill freshmen win region hoops title

Collins Hill won the Region 7-AAAAA championship for ninth-graders this past weekend, defeating Mill Creek 43-23 in the finals and improving to 13-2 on the season.

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