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Lincoln County's legendary head coach, Larry Campbell, has chosen to retire. Campbell announced it this morning at the school. See below for more on Campbell. Also in today's SHSSN is the baseball notebook and a list of tonight's baseball and lacrosse ranked matchups. 

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How many seasons did legendary head coach Larry Campbell spend at Lincoln County?
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Former Glynn Academy head coach Rob Ridings is coaching at Thomson this season.






Grayson at No. 2 Parkview

No. 3 Milton at Cherokee

Duluth at No. 4 Mountain View

Roswell at No. 5 Walton

No. 6 East Coweta at Westlake

McEachern at No. 7 Kennesaw Mountain

No. 8 Peachtree Ridge at North Gwinnett

No. 9 Tift County at Camden County

Wheeler at No. 10 Etowah



No. 7 Starr's Mill at No. 1 Whitewater

Villa Rica at No. 2 Allatoona

No. 3 Greenbrier at No. 5 Houston County

No. 9 Dunwoody at No. 8 Stephenson


Class AAAA

No. 8 Columbus at No. 1 Marist

No. 6 Worth County at No. 2 Crisp County

Mary Persons at No. 5 Veterans

Wayne County at No. 10 Cross Creek


Class AAA

Dawson County at No. 1 Buford

Spalding at No. 2 Pike County

No. 3 Pierce County at Coffee

No. 4 Thomson at Washington County

East Hamilton (TN) at No. 10 Ringgold


Class AA

No. 2 Westminster at Wesleyan

No. 5 Benedictine at Jenkins

Turner County at No. 6 Cook

Thomasville at No. 8 Fitzgerald

No. 9 Bowdon at Manchester


Class A

No. 6 Pace Academy at No. 1 ELCA

No. 3 Charlton County at Clinch County

Gordon Lee at No. 4 King's Ridge Christian








Charlotte Latin (NC) at No. 1 Milton

Mill Creek at No. 4 Roswell

Torrey Pines (CA) at No. 6 Centennial

No. 9 Peachtree Ridge at Chattahoochee

Grayson at No. 10 Hillgrove




Montgomery Bell Academy (TN) at No. 8 Cambridge

Greenbrier at No. 10 St. Pius 







Bishop Ireton (Va.) at No. 1 Milton

Charlotte Latin School (NC) at No. 2 Lassiter

Ravenwood (TN) at No. 6 Centennial

No. 9 John's Creek at Grady

Parkview at No. 10 Collin's Hill





North Paulding at No. 1 Kell

Lake Norman (NC) at No. 5 Cambridge

No. 7 McIntosh at Whitewater

Lovett at No. 9 Starr's Mill


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Friday, April 25, 2014


Legendary head coach will retire


Larry Campbell, the winningest coach in Georgia High School football history announced his retirement on Friday after a 42-year head coaching career. Campbell took over the Lincoln County program in 1972 and spent his entire career there.

Photo by Mikki K. Harris

Campbell's only losing season came in his inaugural 1972 season (3-7) and he led the school to 10-win seasons 32 out of 42 years. Campbell retires with an .847 winning percentage and an all-time record of 477-85-3.


According to the Augusta Chronicle, Campbell set up a press conference Friday morning to announce a "significant change" in the system's athletic program for 10 a.m. During the conference, perhaps the best small-town high school coach in state history officially retired. Campbell led the Red Devils to 11 state titles during his landmark career. 




Check out this week's publication, in which Craig Sager II recaps his whirlwind of a weekend on San Antonio.


by Stephen Black
Marshall attempts to shit out the season; Carrollton ends Columbus domination


-Parkview's Mac Marshall will try to complete the regular season without having given up an earned run tonight against Grayson. Marshall, an LSU commit, is 7-0 this season for the No. 2 Panthers (22-3, 15-0).


-Class AAA No. 1 Buford lost its second game of the season Wednesday in a 2-1 eight-inning loss at White County. UGA-signee Spencer White gave up just three hits in seven innings but Matthew Hambrick got the win after tossing a scoreless eight. The Warriors won it in walk-off fashion when Will Flowers scored on a Buford error. Flowers enjoyed a successful senior night performance by going 2-for-3 at the plate and scoring both White County runs.


The Wolves (22-2, 18-2) had already clinched Region 7-AAA prior to the game.


-Carrollton clinched the Region 5-AAAA championship Tuesday with a win over LaGrange. The Trojans' title ended a streak of 14 straight region championships by Columbus.


Columbus Ledger-Enquirer reporter David Mitchell detailed Columbus' run in a column this week.


-Gainesville clinched the Region 8-AAAAA title Wednesday after a 13-1 blowout of Cedar Shoals combined with Loganville's loss to Salem. Caleb Whitenton and Harrison Styles combined to throw a no-hitter for Gainesville.


-Calvary Day sophomore Chris Dashlor is hitting .540 on the season with 21 RBIs. Dashlor also pitches, and tossed a two-hitter against Islands last week. Dashlor is already getting recruited with interest from Georgia Tech, Duke and Georgia Southern.


-Bibb County superintendent Steve Smith threw out the first pitch in the newly-rededicated Smith Field at Central-Macon Wednesday. 




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