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Park View slams ‘Dogs in renewal of rivalry

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Demetrius Bugg skies for a one-handed jam on a fast break during Friday night’s game against Brunswick in Lawrenceville. The Dragons won, 56-52. (Steve Hinzman photo)
See-saw battle between familiar foes brings Lawrenceville crowd to its feet

ACC preview

Thanksgiving, by law, is observed each year on the fourth Thursday of November. For those who grew up in North Carolina and loved basketball, it was also unofficially celebrated on the second Friday in March. That’s the day when everybody stopped what they were doing, stepped back and gave thanks for the tradition that is the ACC men’s basketball tournament.

Puryear to play at E&H

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HEADING TO E&H - Comet football player Michael Puryear is headed to Emory & Henry to play football. The annoumcement came Monday.From left, Michael's dad, Mickey, Michael Puryear, and his mom, Anne. Standing, from left, Comet football assistant Justin Shepperd, head coach Stan Hodgin and assistant Jay Cole.
Michael Puryear is moving forward in his athletic career, as the former Comet football player is heading to Emory & Henry and the tough Old Dominion Athletic Conference. Puryear said Monday he would attend E&H. He has been a strong part of the Comet varsity football program in recent seasons and earned first team all-district honors at defensive end his senior year

Atlanta report

HAMPTON, Ga. - Winning the Kobalt 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Atlanta Motor Speedway Sunday came down to a single decision made by two different crew chiefs. Pat Tryson ordered four while Bob Osborne gambled on two – tires that is. As the green flag waved for the final time, Carl Edwards was your proverbial sitting duck and Kurt Busch had the loaded gun. It was over before it started. Busch was a rocket at the start pushing his nose in front of Edwards as the two rolled off the second turn and onto the backstretch.

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