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Blazers look to tame the Lions

The Valdosta State baseball team is sitting barely at the top of the GSC and must defend their ranking against co-leaders North Alabama this weekend in a three game series at Billy Grant Field. � The Lions (24-7) (6-3) who are ranked #1 (according to NFCA) in the nation have more overall wins however the Blazers (15-10) (7-2) have been ...

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Lady Blazers extend winning streak

The Lady Blazers softball team extended their amazing winning streak to 15 games Wednesday night by sweeping the West Georgia Wolves in a double header at home.  VSU softball advances to (8-0) in conference play atop of the Gulf South Conference and 21-2 on the season.  West Georgia had no answer for the Lady Blazers in the first game of ...

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Stonewalled: Manning loves horses

 All the hype and unnecessary super-stalking by the media ended Monday when Peyton Manning announced that he would be suiting up in the blue and orange of the Denver Broncos starting next season. It only cost them $96 million for a five-year contract with $55 million guaranteed if he can stay healthy through his first year.   So what does ...

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Blazer tennis ready and recharged

Tennis is back in action on Sunday at home after a three week break. � The energizer bunny isn’t the mascot, but VSU tennis Coach John Hanson agrees that going weeks in between matches “refreshes batteries”, and expects both his teams to end the season on a good note.  The Blazer tennis teams hosts the North Alabama Lions on Sunday ...

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Last chance to shine

The Lady Blazers postseason run is still alive despite making an early exit from the Gulf South Conference tournament last weekend, falling to North Alabama 50-48 on a buzzer beating shot. Since VSU lost the first day of the GSC tourney its NCAA entry was in jeopardy and they easily could have found themselves done for the season. All the ...

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Stonewalled: Dwight Howard may be on the move

It seems NBA fans everywhere are playing where in the world will Dwight Howard end up. Howard has made it clear that Orlando is not where he wants to be. The Orlando Magic organization has let it be known that they don’t want to deal him, but what choice do they have? The guy has given them a list of ...

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Necessary roughness

The VSU men’s club lacrosse team picked up one of the most unlikely players this season and he wants to quickly make an impact on a team searching for their first ever win.

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Freshman heroics in 2-0 win

VSU freshman centerfielder Courtney Albritton hit a walk-off two-run homerun shot to secure the Lady Blazers first victory of the doubleheader against Georgia Southwestern Wednesday afternoon 2-0.

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Stonewalled: Collapse doesn’t change Braves ways

Flashback to Sept. 28, 2011. There I was sitting on the couch, tense, waiting; it was the top of the 9th. September had been a rough month for the Braves, but there was still a chance to secure a coveted wild card spot in the postseason. All we needed was a ground ball and the game would be over, but ...

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