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Loganville Christian Academy's football, clay targets and E-Sports teams have been suspended until Nov. 6 due to two positive COVID-19 tests.

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Three local high school softball teams moved one step closer to a berth in the state championship tournament in Columbus next week while another saw its playoff trip end early.

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Loganville makes a long drive to Evans to begin Region 8-AAAAA play, Loganville Christian faces off at Holy Innocents', Monroe Area travels to Madison County, Social Circle visits Oglethorpe County and Walnut Grove heads to Jackson County.

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Loganville hosts former head coach Eric Godfree and Parkvew Friday while Wesleyan visits LCA and Putnam County travels to Social Circle.

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Walnut Grove travels to Social Circle for first ever football matchup. Lions look to pick up 2nd win in GHSA. Monroe Area battles a long-time foe and Loganville hosts its first home game of the year.

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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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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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Red Devils star Sheldon Arnold sits atop Walton County in scoring after averaging 18.4 points per game.

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Loganville Christian Academy's boys basketball team defeated Creekside Christian 77-68 Thursday for a spot in the GISA state title game Saturday night at Georgia Southwestern State University.

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A three-game swing against south Georgia teams hasn’t been good for Loganville Christian.

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LOGANVILLE — Loganville Christian Academy’s goal of pursuing a state championship in football came up one point short in the first round of playoffs as they fell short to Trinity Christian (Dublin) 7-6 here Friday.