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Five-star Mykel Williams flips his commitment to Georgia

This is big. Five-star defensive end Mykel Williams has flipped. The Columbus, Georgia native is now committed to the Georgia Bulldogs. He was previously pledged to the Southern California Trojans. Now the No. 27 player in the county is set to stay home in the Peach State. Williams committed to...
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Kirby Smart provides latest on Georgia's quarterbacks

Kirby Smart’s Georgia Bulldogs, now 7-0 and ranked No. 1, certainly look the part of a perfect team — even with Stetson Bennett starting over JT Daniels at quarterback. Bennett, a former walk-on from Blackshear, Georgia, took the reins as Georgia’s starter the past three games against No. 11 Kentucky, No. 18 Auburn and No. 8 Arkansas while Daniels, the Bulldogs’ routine starter, nursed a lat injury. Daniels missed Georgia’s Week 2 game against UAB, too, as he recovered from an oblique injury, but Bennett has led Smart and the Bulldogs to three-plus touchdown victories in all four of his starts.

Mid Season Awards for Georgia

With the bye week on the Georgia Football calendar marks the official mid point of the season. It's when you finally come to grips with fall being here, Halloween and the Florida Gators are right around the corner, and a nice breaking point has been reached in the football calendar.

USC 22' Commit Mykel Williams Flips To Georgia

Five-star defensive lineman Mykel Williams (Hardaway; Columbus, Ga.) has flipped his commitment from USC to Georgia. The Peach state native announced the news on social media nearly one month after USC fired head coach Clay Helton. Williams verbally committed to USC on June 15 after visiting Southern California with his...
Sylva Herald

ARF needs help with placing dogs, puppies

The Jackson County Humane Society (ARF) has found themselves in a “ruff” spot and needs locals to lend a paw. Over the last six years, ARF has transported 1,220 dogs to Florida’s Humane Society of Pinellas in order to save lives and keep them from being euthanized because Jackson County lacks shelter space. But Pinellas’ shelter will soon undergo renovations and won’t be accepting transfers until an undetermined date in 2022. The last transport of eight puppies will take place on Oct. 25. Any new animals coming into the shelter will need to be adopted locally, placed with foster families or worst case scenario, euthanized.

Brock Bowers makes 247Sports' midseason freshman All-America team

247Sports has released its midseason true-freshman All-America team and included Georgia Bulldogs tight end Brock Bowers. Bowers was the only Bulldog to make the team. There might not be a more impressive true freshman regardless of position on this list than Georgia’s Brock Bowers. Bowers, the No. 2 tight end in the country according to 247Sports, was thrust into an expanded role with the Bulldogs from the beginning of the season. An injury to Darnell Washington and the absence of transfer Arik Gilbert forced Bowers into action. He has responded with 25 receptions and six touchdowns, becoming a viable threat in the air and on the ground as a run blocker for the No. 1 ranked team in the country.
The Thomasville Times

Bulldogs down Bears 20-14, win region

The heavyweight region match between top-ranked Clarke County and ninth-ranked Leroy lived up to its billing last Friday night. The two teams traded blows in the slugfest to decide the top spot in the 2A region. “It was a hard-fought game and we were fortunate to come away with a win,” CCHS Head Coach Stacy Luker said. “I’m proud of our […]

Mexico’s Shivers wins Week 8 SZFF play of the week

MEXICO, Mo. (KMIZ) Mexico running back Anthony Shivers is our Week 8 SportsZone Football Friday play of the week winner. You can watch his long touchdown run against Moberly in the video player above. Up next - the 6-2 Bulldogs will close out the regular season at Warrenton on Friday...

Three Lady Bulldogs statebound

The De Smet Bulldogs ran at the Region 2B Cross Country Meet at Rocky Run Golf Course in Dell Rapids on Wed., Oct. 13, with sixteen teams competing. It was cool and very windy, but the rain cleared up before the races began. Three girls’ varsity runners qualified for the State Cross Country Meet, which will be at Yankton Trail Park in Sioux Falls on Sat., Oct. 23. Congratulations to Aubree Blue, Megan Dylla and Alyssa Asleson. Good luck at State!

WHS Lady Bulldogs drop two conference matches

WHEATLAND – The Lady Bulldogs were part of the fight against breast cancer with their solidarity in donning the pink jerseys along with conference rival, Burns. They also battled each other and came up short 25-21, 25-14 and 25-22. It was a game of inches and a constant back and forth with several lead changes throughout the match. The Bulldogs seemed to be gambling with the backlines and sidelines and were coming close, but the line judges flags just kept popping up while Bulldog shots were just outside the lines.
The Thomasville Times

SWHS beat Millry to win region

SWEET WATER – The Sweet Water Bulldogs wrapped up its third straight region football title and in the process set a new record for the longest pass play in school record. Quarterback Walker Thompson caught Millry in a favorable coverage and dropped a bomb on the Wildcats to wide receiver Lashon Young. The grab-and-go from the two, resulted in a […]