Lee County football takes to Trojan Field for spring practice

Trojan Field is back in action. It’s officially day two of Spring practice for Lee County football.

Thomasville Baseball Preps For Upcoming Elite Eight Matchup

Lowndes scrimmages Warner Robins to close spring practice

Lowndes Eyes Big Fall Thanks to a Successful Spring Camp

Brookwood Celebrates Three Signees Amid Spring Celebration

One Tift County Blue Devil makes history on signing day

One Thomas County Central Yellow Jacket continues to make history

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Kemp signs athlete compensation bill into law

Valdosta State Baseball ready for the conference tournament

  GHSA rejects Valdosta High School’s final appeal

Softball Sweeps, Blast 24 Hits in Season Finale

No. 2 Blazers Fall in Regular Season Finale at No. 18 Alabama Huntsville, 5-3

Two Georgia Southern football players sign NFL free agency deals

Medina Spirit gives trainer Baffert record 7th Kentucky Derby win

Medina Spirit fought off three challengers in the stretch to win the Kentucky Derby by a half-length, making Bob Baffert the winningest trainer in the race’s 147-year history with seven.

SCAD grad designs official Kentucky Derby bourbon bottle for second year in a row

From throwing strikes for SCAD and the Atlanta Braves, to painting watercolor strokes as an artist, Richard Sullivan has had two unique careers.

Jumaine Jones hosts youth basketball camp

As a young basketball player the dreams are always the same, make it to the NBA. Camilla native and SEC Basketball Hall of Famer, Jumaine Jones knows what it takes to get there. Spending 16years in the league.

Former Tift County Star Rashod Bateman Selected By Baltimore Ravens in First Round of NFL Draft

Thursday night was an exciting night for Tift County and Blue Devils young and old as former Tift County star wideout Rashod Bateman was selected by the Baltimore Ravens in the first round of the NFL Draft.

NFL goes Peachy for players

  Worth County Rams swinging for the state championship

The Latest: Atlanta to allow full capacity at 2 stadiums

Baconton Charter alum makes Jr. Olympic shooting team

Valdosta City School Board votes on Propst

After Twitter spat, McGregor reroutes $500k donation away from Poirier’s charity

  Atkinson County High sends off girls soccer team ahead of sweet 16 match-up

The Atkinson County girls soccer team hit the road early this morning ahead of their Sweet 16 game against Dublin High.

  Marianna Wright wins state championship

Albany native, Marianna Wright became a State Champion Sunday.

  Former WALB Sports Director, Ducky Wall, dies

Ducky Wall was an icon in the Georgia sports world and especially at WALB News 10, where his legacy grows each day.

No. 2 Blazers Blast School-Record Seven Home Runs in Series Finale at Christian Brothers, 15-2

The No. 2 Valdosta State softball team belted seven home runs in a 15-2 rout of Christian Brothers to sweep the three-game series. VSU improved to 32-3 on the year and 25-2 in Gulf South Conference play, while it ran its winning streak to 21 games.

Blazer Baseball Secures Third-Straight Sweep; Outscore Bucs by Eight in Doubleheader Win

The Valdosta State Blazers outscored the Bucs 15-7 during Sunday’s doubleheader on the road, coming away with a 6-0 victory along with a 9-7 win.

GSW Golf Earns Bid to Play in Super Regional

Up in Americus this has been an exciting weekend for the GSW golf team. The guys learning that they have earned a bid to play in the NCAA South/Southeast super regional.

Three more Monroe Golden Tornadoes take talents to the collegiate level

Three more Monroe Golden Tornadoes are soaring to new heights. All taking their talents to the collegiate stage.

  Remembering the life of the WALB great, Ducky Wall

Ducky Wall made his mark in the Good Life City and across Georgia early on in his career. Wall spent 26 years with WALB before retiring, was the head golf pro at Doublegate Country Club, and loved Georgia football as much as the next guy.

Ducky Wall, former WALB sports director, dies

WALB News 10 is sad to say that one of our own has passed away.

South Georgia Tech Lady Jets ready for NJCAA Tournament

The stage is set for the Lady Jets from South Georgia Tech.

  New discoveries in GHSA’s investigation into Valdosta High football program

An open records request WALB filed through the GHSA reveals the five players ruled ineligible for next season signed affidavits stating they were not recruited or influenced to transfer to Valdosta.

Former basketball coach Ranew dies

Cliff Ranew was a successful coach at the many schools where he taught through the 1990s.

GHSA denies Valdosta Wildcats’ appeal to drop sanctions

VCS Superintendent Dr. Todd Cason confirms to WALB News 10, representatives of Valdosta City Schools plan to appeal at the next level, which is the State Executive Committee. At this time, a date has not been determined for that appeal hearing.

No. 2 Blazers Sweep West Georgia on Senior Day; Outscore Wolves 25-0 for Series and Run Win Streak to 18

The No. 2 Valdosta State softball team swept the season series with West Georgia on Senior Day with a 5-0 victory in a resumed game from Saturday and a 9-0 victory. The Blazers hit 11 home runs in the series and outscored UWG 25-0.

Blazer Baseball Celebrates Senior Day With Walk-Off Win; Defeat Wolves 7-6

The Valdosta State Blazers won its fourth straight game by a final score of 7-6 against the West Georgia Wolves off a Jacob Harper walk-off single. The Blazers (18-12, 16-11 Gulf South Conference) were led by Ben Rowdon who finished the day with three hits.

Deerfield-Windsor hires next boy’s basketball coach

The Deerfield-Windsor Knights making a coaching change with their boy’s basketball program.

Baker County names first-ever head football coach

Its history in the making as Baker County football is beginning to take form.

Albany Tech celebrated the Lady Titans as they move up in the college ranks

At Albany Tech Thursday afternoon the Lady Titans basketball team celebrated four making the move to the next level.

Black Horse Speedway holds Grand Opening this weekend

After years of construction and improvements, the Black Horse Speedway in Albany is set to hold its grand opening this weekend.

Georgia Southwestern Golf Swinging for a Conference Championship

The Peach Belt Conference Championship is on the line this weekend for Georgia Southwestern golf.

Bainbridge Celebrates Nine Seniors in Signing Ceremony

In Bainbridge, it was quite the busy day with nine Bearcats beginning their collegiate careers in their respective sports.

Valdosta City Schools Superintendent surprised by GHSA sanctions

The Valdosta City Schools Superintendent told me they filed an appeal for all penalties levied against the Wildcats football team by the GHSA.

Fountain City Classic returning to Columbus in 2021

The Fountain City Classic is returning to Columbus this year.

AP sources: NCAA dumps requirement that transfers sit a year

The NCAA Division I Council voted Wednesday to change the long-standing rule that has often deterred players in high-profile sports from switching schools, sources said.

2020 Olympics set to start in July. Here’s what you need to know.

The 2020 Olympics will start on July 23 and run through Aug. 8.

Hornets have a new head man

Coach Lamar Landing has 29 years of experience as a teacher, coordinator, assistant head coach, and as head coach.

Valdosta High football players ruled ineligible, program reprimanded

GHSA issued a penalty letter to Valdosta High School Superintendent Dr. Todd Cason about the ruling.

Lady Jets punch ticket for 5th consecutive NJCAA Division I National Tournament trip

The South Georgia Technical College Lady Jets turned a narrow three-point first-half lead into a rousing 87 – 59 victory over the NJCAA Region 10 champion Spartanburg Methodist Lady Pioneers in the Hangar Saturday.

Newly hired Pelham football coach to resign

Fort said the future is very bright for Pelham Hornet football.

No. 3 Blazers Blast Nine Home Runs in Doubleheader Sweep of West Alabama Sunday; Sweep Series

Behind nine home runs, including three each from junior Nicole Pennington and sophomore Kiley Robb, the No. 3 Valdosta State softball team swept a doubleheader from visiting West Alabama, 10-1 in six innings and 10-0 in five innings Sunday afternoon at Steel’s Diamond at Blazer Park.

Guilliams Wins 400th Game at VSU as Blazer Baseball Rolls Past Tigers Off Walk-Off Walk and 26 Total Runs

The Valdosta State Blazers rallied to take both games of Sunday’s doubleheader with a walk-off 7-6 win during game one, followed by a 19-4 win in game two. With the second games win, VSU head coach Greg Guilliams won his 400th game at VSU.

Valdosta State Baseball looking to snap recent losing streak

The Valdosta State baseball team has had a rough two weeks where they recorded six straight losses, putting them at 14-12 with a month to go in the regular season.

GSW’s McLain Earns Second Peach Belt Golfer of the Week Award

Georgia Southwestern State University junior Chase McLain and Lee County Native was named the Peach Belt Conference Golfer of the Week by the league office on Thursday afternoon.

No. 4 Valdosta State Softball nearly unstoppable in 2021

You could call Valdosta State softball’s 2021 season the Lady Blazers’ revenge tour. After the pandemic ended their season so abruptly the number four ranked team in the nation is roaring back with a vengeance.

Georgia Professional Standards Commission opens another investigation into Rush Propst

The commission voted to launch an investigation into the Valdosta High School head football coach on Thursday. In March, the commission received a formal complaint against Propst.

Johnson, McIlroy seeking exclusive company at the Masters

The Masters is the one major keeping Rory McIlroy from joining the most elite company in golf by completing the career Grand Slam.

AP source: MLB moving All-Star Game to Denver’s Coors Field

Major League Baseball plans to relocate the All-Star Game to Coors Field in Denver.

Lady Jets win 5th consecutive NJCAA Region 17 Tournament

The South Georgia Technical College Lady Jets earned their fifth consecutive NJCAA Region 17 tournament championship but it took a last-second three-point shot by Imani McNeal to force the game into overtime and allow the Lady Jets to pull off a hard-fought 80 - 71 overtime.

  Baseball fans react to Allstar game move

The three people we asked were not upset about MLB taking its game elsewhere....

A new era begins for Pelham football

It’s the beginning of a new era for Pelham Hornet Nation. With a new head football coach taking the helm.

South Georgia Tech Preps For Long Tournament Run

This weekend is a big one for the South Georgia Tech women’s basketball team as the ladies open up the final phase of the 2020-21 season.

Jonathan Martin Earns NCAA D2 National Hitter of the Week Honors

The National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association released its NCAA Division II National Players of the Week awards for the week ending on March 28, 2021.

Ashley Anders joining forces with the Colquitt County Packers

Former Tift County Head Football Coach, Ashley Anders, is staying in South Georgia.

Shawn Sutton named next head football coach and athletic director for Pelham Hornets

The Pelham Hornets have named their next head football and athletic director, Shawn Sutton.

High court sympathetic to college athletes in NCAA dispute

The NCAA says if the former college students who brought the case win, it could erase the distinction between professional and college sports.

UofL, Georgia schedule home-and-home football series

The University of Louisville and the University of Georgia on Wednesday announced they will play each other in two football games in the near future, according to multiple reports.

NFL owners approve 17-game regular season, 3 preseason games

The NFL is increasing the regular season to 17 games and reducing the preseason to three games.

13+ pound Tired Creek Lake bass caught

Timmy Manac, of Argyle, was fishing with his wife on March 13 at the Grady County lake when he landed a monster bass.

Gano’s Blasts Lift No. 7 Valdosta State to Series Sweep of No. 17 West Florida

Behind two home runs from freshman Aniston Gano, including a grand slam, the No. 7 Valdosta State softball team defeated No. 17 West Florida, 10-3 Sunday to complete a three-game sweep.

GSW Puts on Hitting Frenzy In Win

The Georgia Southwestern softball team finished with 14 hits, including four doubles and three home runs as they beat the University of Montevallo 12-9 Sunday afternoon at Lady Canes Field.

Kamya Hollingshed overcomes adversity to return to court for SGTC Lady Jets

The struggle was real after undergoing surgery for two torn ACLs in two years and at times Kamya Hollingshed doubted if she would ever be able to return to the basketball court as a player for the South Georgia Technical College Lady Jets.

Jets lose to East Georgia in Swainsboro, 83 -72

A very poor three-point shooting percentage left the South Georgia Technical College Jets on the losing end of the stick Thursday night as the East Georgia State College Bobcats clawed their way to an 83 – 72 victory in Swainsboro.

Two more Pelham Hornets take their talents to the collegaite level

At Pelham High School the Hornets celebrated a few of their own making the jump to the next level.

  Records Request Sees New Developments After Rush Propst’s Suspension

New insight into when and who at Valdosta City Schools knew about the infamous recording and a 64-page deposition against head football coach Rush Propst.

Jacurri Brown commits to the University of Miami

Brown, the number five dual-threat quarterback in the nation has committed to the University of Miami. Friday morning he made the announcement in front of family in friends.

Monroe and Westover gearing up for a new era this football season

The coaching vacancies have been filled and the new look for Westover and Monroe football is being installed.

  Remington Smith Seeks Continued Success in Shooting

In Ashburn, 16 year old Remington Smith is what many would call a shooting star and if you spot him at the range, you’ll see just why that is.

Westwood’s Taylor Wray taking her talents to the next level

Westwood’s Taylor Wray signed a letter of intent to take her talents to the next level. Wray is headed north to join the Georgia Southern University rifle team.