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The area tournaments for wrestling took place last weekend and numerous local wrestlers will advance to the state sectionals this week.
Landmark Christian School had three students sign athletic scholarships yesterday at a signing ceremony at the school.
The Lady Panthers (14-7) extended their three-game regional winning streak with Friday night’s closely contested overtime victory against a team they previously beat by 40 points.
Starr’s Mill hosted the annual Girls Night Out basketball showcase last Friday and Saturday and fans witnessed some top-notch basketball.
The games are always interesting when Our Lady of Mercy and Landmark Christian school tangle. Landmark hosted Mercy last Friday and won both games. Photo/Kathy Wiggins.
The local basketball teams came back from the holiday break last weekend and played games, many of them against region opponents.
The wrestling season is going at full tilt and area teams are showing strength.
The basketball season will slow down a bit over the holidays but there is a great game on tap right before the break. McIntosh will host Sandy Creek on Saturday (4:30 and 6 p.m.). Both games should be competitive but the girls game has the potential to be great.
While several local schools were still inflicted with football fever, the basketball season is underway and teams are hoping to build momentum heading into holiday tournaments.
Three locals teams played tonight for a chance to go to the GHSA state championships next weekend. One team made it. Sandy Creek beat Monroe Area 35-0, while Whitewater lost to Gainesville 28-14 and Landmark Christian lost to Prince Avenue 32-22.