Offensive Player of the Year: Understudy no more, ...
by Emily Horos
ehoros@cherokeetribune.com
12:51 AM, Sunday, December 21
As a junior last fall, Andrew Harris was Cherokee’s No. 2 receiver, behind senior Blace Brown, and finished the season with just 21 catches.

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Falcons remain in control of 'crazy' NFC South
FLOWERY BRANCH — It’s possible 5-8 never looked so good. The Atlanta Falcons have played just well enough to control ...
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Hawks name Shaw diversity and inclusion officer
UPDATE: The Atlanta Hawks on Thursday hired Nzinga Shaw as the team's first chief diversity and inclusion officer.
01:10 PM, Thursday, December 11
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Panthers' Newton returns to facility, not practicing
Team officials say quarterback Cam Newton has returned to the Panthers' facility two days after sustaining two fractu...
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Etowah teams look to get the most out of their strong starts
It’s been 10 years since the girls basketball team at Etowah won a state title, which might lead some to say the Lady...
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Prep Roundup: Cherokee can’t slow Walton
Kash Jackson and Jeremiah Gill each scored 11 points for Cherokee on Tuesday, but it wasn’t enough as the Warriors lo...
12:59 AM, Thursday, December 11
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Braves' renderings show detail of development
The Atlanta Braves released new renderings of the $400 million mixed-use development the ballclub plans to build next...
12:58 AM, Thursday, December 11
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Hawks ease past hapless opponent
The Atlanta Hawks weren’t going to let an ugly shooting night — or the last-place Philadelphia 76ers — mess up their ...
12:57 AM, Thursday, December 11
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Bulldogs looking for a strong finish
Although Georgia fell short of its goal of reaching the College Football Playoff, Bulldogs coach Mark Richt said ther...
12:55 AM, Thursday, December 11
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Coaches no stranger to Orange Bowl
Mississippi State and Georgia Tech are no strangers to the Orange Bowl, and neither are the teams’ coaches.
12:55 AM, Thursday, December 11
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Jones, Moore make great ‘turnarounds’
Star receiver Julio Jones and safety William Moore are improving from injuries as the Atlanta Falcons prepare for a c...
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Newton thankful after accident
Cam Newton is thankful to be alive after escaping a horrific-looking automobile accident without any life-threatening...
03:30 PM, Wednesday, December 10
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Pitt's Conner named ACC player of year by coaches
Atlantic Coast Conference coaches have selected Pittsburgh running back James Conner as their league player of the ye...
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Change abounds for both River Ridge teams as the 2014-15 s...
The River Ridge girls are riding a roller coaster, while the boys are still looking for their first win of the season...
01:04 AM, Wednesday, December 10
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Teams’ talent levels rising in pools
With a few meets behind them, the county’s six high school swimming programs appear to be as strong as ever.
01:01 AM, Wednesday, December 10
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Prep Roundup: Lady Wolverines improve to 11-0 in spotless ...
The Woodstock girls continued their record-setting start to the season, beating Pope 69-58 on Tuesday.
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