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What cross country team swept the Henry County championships Saturday?

Today's answer can be found in the newsletter!
Wednesday's Answer: 
Hephzibah last made the playoffs in 2009. 




1. Marietta

2. South Forsyth

3. Walton

4. Brookwood

5. Etowah

6. Mill Creek

7. West Forsyth

8. Peachtree Ridge

9. Lakeside-DeKalb

10. Milton



1. Starr's Mill

2. Forsyth Central

3. Clarkston

4. Alexander

5. McIntosh

6. Lakeside-Evans

7. Flowery Branch

8. Creekview

9. Cambridge

10. Winder-Barrow



1. St. Pius X

2. North Oconee

3. Woodward Academy

4. North Hall

5. Whitewater

6. Marist

7. White County

8. Pickens County

9. Johnson-Gainesville

10. Buford



1. East Jackson

2. Blessed Trinity

3. Westminster

4. Oconee County

5. Coahulla Creek

6. Savannah Arts

7. Banks County

8. West Hall

9. Dawson County

10. Jordan



1. Pace Academy

2. Wesleyan

3. Bleckley County

4. Lovett

5. Holy Innocents'

6. Benedictine

7. Darlington

8. Union County

9. Lamar County

10. Berrien County



1. Trion

2. Baconton Charter

3. Providence Christian

4. Galloway

5. Jenkins County

6. Commerce

7. Whitefield Academy

8. Hebron Christian

9. Towns County

10. Landmark Christian





1. South Forsyth

2. Etowah

3. Northview

4. Mill Creek

5. Milton

6. West Forsyth

7. Brookwood

8. Walton

9. Harrison

10. Marietta



1. Dunwoody

2. Starr's Mill

3. McIntosh

4. Creekview

5. Columbus

6. Northgate

7. Cambridge

8. Winder-Barrow

9. Flowery Branch

10. Allatoona



1. Marist

2. St. Pius X

3. Heritage-Catoosa

4. White County

5. Buford

6. Whitewater

7. Woodward Academy

8. North Oconee

9. North Hall

10. Pickens County



1. Westminster

2. Blessed Trinity

3. Hart County

4. Coahulla Creek

5. Oconee County

6. Savannah Arts

7. Dawson County

8. Banks County

9. Jefferson

10. Morgan County



1. Darlington

2. Lovett

3. Holy Innocents' 

4. Wesleyan

5. Pace Academy

6. St. Vincent's

7. Rabun County

8. GAC

9. Lamar County

10. Model



1. Landmark Christian

2. Commerce

3. Towns County

4. Trion

5. Providence Christian

6. Hebron Christian

7. Athens Academy

8. Hawkinsville

9. Jenkins County

10. Marion County



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Thursday, October 23, 2014

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By Stephen Black
Grady, North Atlanta win APS Championships

The Grady boys and North Atlanta girls each won at the Atlanta Public

Photo by Walter Pinion

Schools championships on Oct. 15 at Grant Park. North Atlanta came in second in the boys meet with 35 points, just behind Grady's 31. Mays (76), Washington (127) and Maynard Jackson (139) rounded out the top five. Sophomore Jackson Pierce of North Atlanta won the race in a time of 18:38.71 while Carter Guensler took second in 18:51.67. North Atlanta had three of the top five finishers as Nicholas Durham took third and Jack Tribou came in fifth. Grady's Anders Russell took fourth.


In the girls race, North Atlanta edged Grady 26-29 while Washington (96), Coretta Scott King (119) and Maynard Jackson (122) took third through fifth. Grady and North Atlanta, in fact, combined to take every spot through No. 12, with the Grey Knights taking seven of them. Grady's Margaret Stockdale won the race in 22:51.61, just ahead of Glenda Tutt of North Atlanta who had a time of 22:58.15. The Warriors also took third and fifth places with Kendall DeLaria and Madeline Pearce while Grady's Ludovica Longo came in fourth.


The Marietta boys and Marist girls each came away with wins in the Coach Wood Invitational in Gainesville Saturday. Northview's Lindsay Billings won the girls race and Reilly Friedman of Galloway won the boys race.


Marietta dominated the boys race with five harriers in the top 20 and a score of 51. Second-place St. Pius came in second with 100 fewer points while Milton took third (203), Mill Creek came in fourth (215) and Brookwood was fifth (221). In the girls race, Marist (89) edged Northview (89) by a point while Milton (152), Lovett (162) and Mill Creek (182) rounded out the top five.


Billings (18:00.44) was trailed by Marist's Morgan Ilse (18:24.62), Lovett's Serena Tripodi (18:47.25), Woodstock's Alexandra Melehan ( 18:58.23) and Walton's Avery Bussjager (19:04.58). Friedman beat out Christian Bowles of Lakeside-Evans, who turned in a time of 16:07.39. Also in the top five were Marietta's Khayvonn Benson (16:09.36), Marist's Frank Pittman (16:13.62) and Kell's Logan Poteet (16:21.02).


In other races, the Rome boys and Darlington girls won at the Rome Area meet hosted by Berry College Saturday. ... The Northgate boys and Newnan girls won at the Coweta Cup Saturday at Northgate. ... The Rockdale County boys and Heritage-Conyers girls each took home trophies at the Rockdale/Newton Championships hosted by Heritage Thursday. ... Union Grove swept the Henry County cross country championships in Hampton Thursday. 



Benedictine quarterback exemplifies leadership

The Atlanta Falcons Captain in the Community presented by Ford is Stevie Powers, a quarterback at Benedictine Military School in Savannah, GA.  Powers has made several contributions to his community, including volunteering his time to the National Down Syndrome Society, assisting with the Leukemia Society Annual man/woman of the year fundraiser and a 2014 Buddy Walk participant.


The Captain in the Community program recognizes outstanding high school football student-athletes around the state of Georgia that demonstrate strong leadership skills both on-and-off the field.  Winners are selected by USA Football, the Official Youth Football Development Partner of the NFL. Additionally, each winner's high school will receive a grant in the amount of $1,000 to support community initiatives courtesy of the Atlanta Falcons and the NFL's Youth Football Fund.


To submit a nomination for the Atlanta Falcons Captain in the Community Program, please visit: 




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