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Duluth's Clark strikes out 13 in win over North

ATLANTA — Playing on the big stage at Turner Field on an overcast Saturday morning, Duluth used strong pitching from senior left-hander John Clark and some timely hitting to defeat North Gwinnett 5-1 in a Region 7-AAAAA game.

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State power takes down young Archer

MARIETTA — Everything about Douglas Lipscomb Gymnasium states the obvious.

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No title repeat for Wesleyan boys

MABLETON — It was a game of intensity with surges back and forth by two talented teams.

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Long-range skills help Hawks oust Marietta

MARIETTA — The famed Marietta Garden has been tough on opposing teams over the years. For the Mill Creek girls, it felt pretty comfortable Friday night.

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GAC boys win region

Veteran Greater Atlanta Christian basketball coach Eddie Martin has four state championships and more than 600 wins on his resume, but he looked as if he had won his first game Saturday night as his team celebrated at midcourt after winning the Region 6-AA championship.

Buford, GAC girls reach final

ATLANTA — Gasoline is not cheap these days, but it might be well worth the cost to load up and head to Atlanta tonight for some exciting girls basketball.

GAC boys deny Decatur

ATLANTA — It wasn’t as easy as the score might indicate and it definitely won’t get easier for defending boys state champion GAC in the finals of the Region 6-AA boys tournament tonight.

Wesleyan seniors fight to finish

NORCROSS — When Savannah Christian’s Taylor Ivey intercepted a fourth-down pass from Andrew Frerking and returned it 47 yards for a touchdown with just less than a minute to play, it was apparent that Wesleyan’s 2010 season and march to the Georgia Dome was over.

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Parkview, Brookwood dominate 8-AAAAA meet

DULUTH — The two schools of Five Forks Trickum dominated the Region 8-AAAAA cross country meet Saturday at River Green Park.

Shiloh drops opener

COVINGTON -- Shiloh moved the ball effectively and played good defense in its opener Saturday night at Newton but untimely mistakes and turnovers were too much to overcome in a 24-6 loss.

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