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Grovetown Takes Its Lumps Against Peach State Powerhouse Pebblebrook

Warriors fall to star studded squad before turning to region play

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#4 Julius Brown – Grovetown 

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    Pebblebrook – Aaron Reddish 19, Nyle Hillmon 4, Blake Hadley 8, Andre Young 1, Jamall Clyce 8, Danny Stubbs 2, Jordan Daniels 4, Craig Adams 2, Kami Young 9, Thomas Holmes Jr. 6, Tyler Shirley 6, Jaiun Simon 10. 

    Grovetown – Malik Ferguson 4, Julius Brown 8, Zach Bell 29,  Markel Freeman 4, Jose Rodriguez 4, Derion Reid 2.

Three-point goals – Pebblebrook: 10 (Reddish 4, Hadley, Young 3, Holmes 2).

After opening the season with a road win over Greenbrier, seven of Grovetown’s next eight games have been played outside of the area. And many of those games have been against some of Georgia’s best teams. Saturday’s opponent, Pebblebrook, was the best of the bunch. Here is a quick look at the players on Pebblebrook’s roster who have either signed with Division I schools, or who have offers from such programs:

Blake Hadley – Offers from Elon, Jackson State and James Madison.

Jamal Clyce signed Georgia State

Danny Stubbs signed Georgia State

Tyler Shirley signed South Alabama


Grovetown head coach Darren Douglas talked to us recently about his desire to play the most difficult schedule he can in order to prepare his team for the most successful possible postseason run. Douglas has gotten what he wished for by testing his team early and often. Grovetown will take a 5-4 overall record into Tuesday’s region opener on the road against Alcovy, and his Warriors will be more prepared than had he scheduled the non-region portion of the season such that they would be 9-0.

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Wanna Be A Student Reporter? Come Join Our Team!

Whether it’s student-athletes producing highlights, or student-journalists producing highlight reels, there are a lot of shining talents in the Augusta River Region! Zone706 wants to give that talent another platform to shine upon.

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Be A Student Sports Reporter

In the bright new morning of name, image, and likeness (NIL) deals, there are more opportunities than ever for students who want to pursue career opportunities in sports media. 

Whether it’s student-athletes producing highlights, or student-journalists producing highlight reels, there are a lot of shining talents in the Augusta River Region! Zone706 wants to give that talent another platform to shine upon.

We’re looking for student reporters to join our team. This opportunity is ideal for any student who wants to support their team while gaining valuable sports journalism experience in the process! Our goal is to empower area students to find their creative voices and give them the journalistic tools to harness them. 

As a Zone706 student reporter, you will document and record news, highlights, previews, recaps, etc., for your school’s teams. You’ll have the freedom to attend the games and write on the topics that you want.  We’ll help build your journalism portfolio and develop skills that will prepare you for roles in sports media, including: 

  • Shooting and editing photos and videos
  • Optimizing web content for search engines 
  • Social media reporting
  • Interviewing and script writing
  • Story idea generation

If you or someone you know is right for this opportunity, send questions along with writing and media samples to info@zone706.com

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Coach Douglas talks growing up in Louisiana, moving to Augusta, becoming a coach and winning a State Championship at Aquinas in his second year!

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