This Week's Top Sports Stories
Weighmaster Bob Flocken weighs in a king mackerel during
the event July 7-8.
|Holy Mackerel! These guys are serious|
On the surface, a 30-pound fish doesn't stand much of a chance against three
men, a boat and a powerful engine. At 64 pounds, even the largest king mackerel
ever caught in Georgia faced long odds. -more-
Onward to New Orleans,
then to Sydney
When Oscar Chaplin III was in the third grade, he received his first
set of weights. His father, Oscar Chaplin Jr., an avid weightlifter in his
own right, had no idea just how far the younger Chaplin would travel. -more-
Oscar Chaplin III, a member of Team Savannah and an Olympic
hopeful, took first place in the Junior World Weightlifting Championships
July 7 in Prague.
Robbie Smith takes a big swing at beep ball during July
5 action at Grayson Stadium.
|Beep ball a big hit for players|
rea athletes who are totally or partially visual impaired participated in
the Beep Baseball game sponsored by the Savannah Lions Club at Grayson Stadium.
The baseball used in the contest has a beeping mechanism in it, which helps
the athletes (who are blindfolded) hear the ball advancing toward them.
Fishin' With Miss Judy: "Surface fishing tops the angling charts"
Read the weekly fishing update by Captain Judy Helmey.
SCAD Athletic Schedule
Lists the Savannah College of Art and Design's fall
sports schedule including sports such as volleyball, men's soccer, women's
soccer, cross country, men's golf, men's
baseball and equestrian games.
Weekly Sports Calendar
View the sports schedules for area teams in the Savannah area
including the Savannah Panthers Football, high school football and more.
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