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Daily there were piles of things stacked in the doorway. The grass had mysteriously been cut because everyone knows that Jim Dukes likes his grass looking in tiptop shape. For nearly a month, the Dukes family didn’t have to cook a meal.

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It hurt. The physical pain subsided in due time. The emotional pain was the part of the injury that Len’Neth Whitehead had to find different ways to endure following the lisfranc fracture that ended his senior football season.

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The lives of local student athletes changed on a dime this week with the suspension of all high school sports beginning on Monday.

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COVID-19 hit the world of sports like a heavy dump truck carrying the bricks what we believe is the established normalcy of the sports schedule in the second week of March on Wednesday night.

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COVID-19 hit the world of sports like a heavy dump truck carrying the bricks what we believe is the established normalcy of the sports schedule in the second week of March on Wednesday night.

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North Oconee High School will have it’s own lightshow to rival the one that took center stage as Oconee County High School’s football team made it’s run to the Class 4A State Championship game near the tail end of 2019.

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Familiar, yet foreign are the vibes for North Oconee High School’s tennis teams entering the 2020 season. The boys team has eyes on a third straight Class 4A state championship. The Titans are navigating the expectations and the battles of complacency after they returned much of their lineup…