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Force drops pivotal game

DULUTH -- Coming off a bye week rested and ready to lock down a possible playoff berth in the Arena Football League, the Georgia Force picked a bad time to play poorly in a 51-41 loss to the Chicago Rush on Saturday night in front of 9,723 fans at the Arena at Gwinnett Center.

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G-Braves bring fireworks on 4th

LAWRENCEVILLE -- The postgame fireworks were nearly anti-climatic following the Gwinnett Braves offensive explosion in their 11-3 victory over the Durham Bulls at Coolray Field on the Fourth of July.

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Force hold off Storm

DULUTH — The Georgia Force held Tampa Bay to 10 first-half points and never trailed en route to a 60-49 win over the Storm in Arena Football League action in front of 4,023 fans Saturday night at the Arena at Gwinnett Center.

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Gwinnett's finest go to football school

DULUTH -- Some of the top youth and high school football prospects were on hand Friday night at Duluth High School as Football University hosted the FBU Atlanta camp, which continues today and Sunday.

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Gwinnett's finest go to football school

DULUTH — Some of the top youth and high school football prospects were on hand Friday night at Duluth High School as Football University hosted the FBU Atlanta camp, which continues today and Sunday.

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Panthers rally, stave off elimination

Managing just one run through the first 11 innings of its Class AAAAA state baseball semifinal series against Colquitt County, Parkview was staring defeat and the end of the 2011 season straight in the face. And then the Panthers did something about it.

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Good feelings, good soccer

In the inaugural girls and boys senior soccer all-star games featuring Region 7-AAAAA and Region 8-AAAAA hosted at Dacula's Barron Field, Region 7-AAAAA won both contests as the girls posted a 2-0 shutout and the boys followed up with a 4-1 victory.Photo slide show inside

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Big-hitting Stars shut down King's Ridge

Providence took care of business the old-fashioned way, rolling to a 12-2 win in five innings to clinch a spot in next week's Class A state baseball semifinals Wednesday.Photo slide show inside

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Big-hitting Stars shut down King's Ridge

LILBURN — This time, there were no record-breaking run totals or heart-stopping walk-off wins.

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Stars win first game 27-18, but split series

LILBURN -- Tuesday's doubleheader between Providence Christian Academy and King's Ridge Christian School in the third round of the Class A state baseball playoffs featured 60 runs, 54 hits, 10 home runs, 13 pitchers, 13 errors, 22 walks and 18 strikeouts. And nothing was decided.Photo slide show inside

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