MOULTRIE, Ga. – Just how costly Colquitt County’s 28-0 Friday night victory over Roswell was is yet to be determined, but Packers coach Rush Propst was already making plans before he left the stadium for what will be a short week of practice.The Packers were never seriously threatened by the Hornets in a game in which they raised their record to 4-0, but were without the services of three key offensive starters for all or most of the game.Starting center Will Rykard was not even in uniform...
MOULTRIE, Ga. — There is no one officially associated with the Colquitt County football team who accompanied the team when the Packers made their first trip to Snellville to take on Brookwood in 1997.But as the two teams prepare face off at the home of Broncos on Friday night, there certainly are fans and others who remember a 14-7 loss to the Broncos in a Corky Kell Classic game that was moved from the Dome to Brookwood ... and the four subsequent meetings — three especially memorable — as...
MOULTRIE, Ga. – The Colquitt County varsity volleyball program opened its inaugural season on Monday, Aug. 21, with Coach Lindsey Smith taking her 13-member squad to Camilla to face Mitchell County.The Lady Packers lost 3 sets to 1, but the significance of the match goes beyond whatever the team’s win-loss record will be in the 2017 season.With the addition of volleyball, Colquitt County now offers 12 sports for its female students.
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Selecting a term
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