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Crawford County Work to End Losing Streak

Crawford County Work to End Losing Streak

Crawford County and Coach Greg Street are looking to end the streak of 25 straight losses Friday against Strong Rock Christian Academy.

Losing Streak Could End Tonight

Losing Streak Could End Tonight

Twiggs County High Cobras go head to head with Crawford County High Eagles tonight at 7 p.m.

Whomever wins this game will bag their first win in two years. Each team has a new head coach this year.  

Twiggs County's new head coach is Jeb Stewart and Crawford County's is Greg Street.

Crawford County last won on October 9, 2009 against Jordan High in Columbus.

Twiggs County High won a game on September 24, 2010 when they beat Hancock Central 26-20.

Fort Valley State Football Season Tickets on Sale

Fort Valley State Football Season Tickets on Sale

 

 

TO GET YOUR TICKETS NOW VISIT:

www.wildcatticketoffice.com  or stop by the FVSU Ticket Office (Cashier’s Office, 2ND Floor of Troup Building on the FVSU campus) M-F  9 a.m. to 4  p.m. For more information please call: 478-825-6433.

SPECIAL SEASON TICKET PACKAGES:

$350.00 – *Family Package includes 4 Season Tickets in Reserve Seat sections 25 OR 26

$70 - Young Alumni Package available to recent graduates (classes 2008 – 2012) includes one Reserve Season Ticket (class or group seating available)

SINGLE GAME TICKET:

Regular Season:

Crawford, Taylor Counties Raises Over $35K for Relay for Life

Crawford, Taylor Counties Raises Over $35K for Relay for Life

Crawford and Taylor counties raised $35,505 for Relay for Life.

That's according to the Relay for Life website.

Crawford County's Relay for Life takes place May 4 at David Bailey City Park in Roberta. The opening ceremony starts at 6 p.m.

Relay For Life is a life-changing event that gives everyone in communities across the globe a chance to celebrate the lives of people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against the disease. 

FVSU's King Inks Three-Year Deal with Oakland Raiders

FVSU's King Inks Three-Year Deal with Oakland Raiders

 

After the 2012 National Football League Draft concluded, there was a mad dash to begin signing undrafted free agents.  No sooner had the draft ended than the Oakland Raiders put pen to paper to sign Fort Valley State University (FVSU) punter Marquette King.  King, a First Team All-SIAC member and recently voted the 2011 FVSU Wildcats Most Valuable Player signed a three-year deal with Raiders.

Damond Talbot of SB Nation “Mocking the Draft” site had this to say about King:

“The reason they were so impressed was because he was constantly booming 70 and 80 yard punts on the sidelines of the practice, which were recorded at over 5.6 seconds hang time. That is a pretty amazing statistic..."

Upcoming Children's Events in Middle Georgia

Upcoming Children's Events in Middle Georgia
In Macon
  •  Sunday