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When or if (and my money’s reluctantly on “if” at this point) the new high school football season kicks off in Walton County, it promises to be one for the books. I’m still hoping it’ll be one of those epic tomes as opposed to a children’s reader, but time will tell.

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Each week during the summer, The Walton Tribune will take an in depth look at the state of each local football program heading into the 2020 season.

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We are halfway through June and as of this writing it does appear there will be a high school football season in Georgia for 2020. Everyone can exhale a sigh of relief at this moment, at least for now anyway.

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Junior QB looks to continue recent trend of game-changing signal callers for Monroe Area

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Former University of Georgia football standout and staff member Bacarri Rambo has been arrested on a rape charge.

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Boston College commit Neto Okpala gets his chance to shine for the Loganville Red Devils.

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George Walton’s  Jackson Ellerbee looks to pick up where he left off last season prior to injury

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Loganville Christian Academy has promoted Tim Wellmaker to head football coach after Adam Miller, who was hired to lead the pride in February, elected to stay at Shiloh High School in Gwinnett County.

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George Walton Academy tennis coach Chiara Di Salvo, originally from Argentina, has settled in to her role at the Monroe private school.

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The Georgia High School Association recently released the football schedules for its member schools. Assuming there will be a 2020 season this fall, we can look forward to some intriguing matchups among our now six GHSA-affiliated teams. Unfortunately, the outcomes will largely be for braggi…

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Nick Mrvos of Loganville has been named athletic director and head football coach at Monsignor Donovan Catholic High School.

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It’s tough getting older. For me the toughest part is not necessarily the aches and pains of being almost half a century in years (although that is certainly one part) but rather the older we get the more loss we are going to experience.

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Below is a running list of senior athletes who will continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level, but may have missed out on a signing ceremony due to COVID-19. If you have a senior signing a scholarship that is not on this list, please email sports@waltontribune.com.

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A day after the 2019 baseball season came to an inglorious conclusion (5-22 overall and 1-17 in 8-AAA), Monroe Area manager Chad Kitchens convened with his expected returners to lay out plans for the following spring.

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Someday, I suppose, we’ll look back on all this and realize we were a part of history. Imagine the stories you’ll be able to tell your grandchildren. 

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The night of my final football game as a Monroe Area Purple Hurricane, after we lost 18-15 to Rockdale County, I sat in the big painted M at the 50-yard line and bawled my eyes out.

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Loganville baseball defeated Oconee County 6-3 Saturday in what could turn out to be the final high school sporting event of the 2019-2020 school year due to COVID-19.

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All SEC athletic competitions, including regular season games, championships and spring football games, have been canceled due to the ongoing threat of COVID-19.