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HAWKS DROP 7TH STRAIGHT

Written by Matt Davis on February 20, 2014. Posted in Sports

The Atlanta Hawks fell to the Washington Wizards 114-97 last night at the Philips Arena, marking the Hawks’ seventh straight loss. Paul Millsap scored 21 points, while Elton Brand added 20 points for the Hawks; each nabbed 11

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rebounds. Last night’s win was the Wizards’ first in Atlanta since January 11, 2008.

PEPPERELL LADY DRAGONS, CALHOUN YELLOW JACKETS EMERGE AS CHAMPS IN REGION 7-AA TOURNEY

Written by Matt Davis on February 19, 2014. Posted in Sports

The Pepperell Lady Dragons are this year’s Region 7-AA champions, and the Calhoun Yellow Jackets have nabbed their second Region 7-AA title in a row! Pepperell emerged victorious over Calhoun 43-40 in the girls’ championship game, while Calhoun beat Model 55-50 in the boys’ championship game last night at Calhoun High School. All four teams are now bound for the Class AA State Playoffs. Pepperell’s Lady Dragons will host Bowdon on Friday, while the Calhoun Lady Jackets will host Spencer. Calhoun’s Yellow Jackets will also host Spencer in the first round of the state playoffs; that pairing is set for Saturday. The Model Blue Devils will host Jordan on Saturday.

BERRY BASEBALL BEATS BATES

Written by Matt Davis on February 19, 2014. Posted in Sports

The Berry College baseball team took a 13-10 victory over Bates College at home yesterday afternoon. With the

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win, the Vikings improve to 4-3 on the season. Berry and Bates will play a double header today at 1 pm at the William R. Bowdoin Field on the Berry College campus.

MAKE UP DAYS PLANNED FOR LOCAL SCHOOLS

Written by Matt Davis on February 19, 2014. Posted in News/Weather

Monday, March 17th is now slated to be a school day for the Floyd County School system to make up for the day missed last Thursday due to snow.  That particular Monday was initially a part of a planned long weekend break for students and staff, who will still be out of school on Friday, March 14th unless more school days are missed prior to the break.  That Friday has been identified as another possible make up day, if more class time is needed.

TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE FOR CONFLUENCE

Written by Matt Davis on February 19, 2014. Posted in News/Weather

Tickets are still available for the Greater Rome Chamber of Commerce’s Confluence, an innovation conference set for this Thursday and Friday, February 20th and 21st at the historic DeSoto Theatre in downtown Rome.  Confluence is being billed as “two days of inspiration, innovation and motivation” for executives, small businesses, entrepreneurs, technologists, educators, students and artists.  The event will feature keynotes from David Burkus, author of “The Myths of Creativity:  The Truth About  How Innovative Companies & People Generate Great Ideas”, and Mitch Free with MFG.com, a global entrepreneur, innovator and digital manufacturing expert.

HAWKS FALL AT INDY

Written by Matt Davis on February 19, 2014. Posted in Sports

The Atlanta Hawks opened up the second half of the 2013-2014 season with a loss to the Indiana Pacers 108-98 last night at Indy.  Kyle Korver led the Hawks in scoring with 19 points and was followed closely by Lou Williams, who scored 18 points.  Last night marked the Hawks’ sixth straight loss.  They’ll return to action tonight as hosts to the Washington Wizards.  Tip off is set for 7:30 pm at the Philips Arena.  The game will be televised on Sport South.

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