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Westfield School Announces New Athletic Director

Westfield School Announces New Athletic Director

 

The Westfield School is pleased to announce the appointment of James P. “Chip” Champion IV to the position of Athletic Director.  Champion is an experienced teacher, coach and athletic director having served in two GISA schools for the past sixteen years.  He comes to Westfield from Tiftarea Academy where he has served in numerous capacities for twelve years.  In addition he has served as assistant headmaster and as headmaster at Piedmont Academy.  A graduate of the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Physical Education, Champion earned his Master of Science in Educational Leadership from Albany State University. 

“Chip Champion emerged as the candidate to bring experience, excitement, and energy to Westfield athletics.  His reputation as a coach, administrator, and role model for students makes him an excellent choice to lead Westfield’s athletic programs,” said Westfield Head of School Rachel S. Deems.

Full Court Press: Basketball Scores, Feb. 3

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Here are the prep basketball scores reported to 13WMAZ for Friday, February 3:

Boys:

Northeast 47  Southwest 41

Alcovy 60  Jones Co. 55

Windsor 59  Monsignor Donovan 44

Wilcox Co. 76  Turner Co. 70

Bleckley Co. 66  Swainsboro 44

OLM 80  FPD 71

Taylor Co. 57  Dooly Co. 56

SIGNING DAY 2012: Houston County High

Houston County's 2012 signing class:

Addonnis Andrews - Ridgewater College, Minn.

Terrance Pirkle - Ridgewater College

Hunter Heck - Air Force

Clark Krimmer - Coast of Carolina

 

Full Court Press Highlights and Scores Jan. 27

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Girls

Northside - 45
Warner Robins - 43

 

Tattnall - 25
Mount de Sales - 35

Greenforest - 45
FPD - 23

Jones County - 43
Houston County - 64

Rutland - 32
Veterans - 39

GHSA Class A to Have Two State Champions

The Georgia High School Association voted Tuesday in Macon to create separate public-school and private-school playoff systems for Class A athletics and declare two Class A champions.

The motion passed 36-12 with one abstention.

The new system will take effect next school year.

The GHSA held a special called meeting Tuesday at the Macon Centreplex to discuss reclassification issues across the state.

GHSA Director Ralph Swearingin said, "We know that not everybody is going to be happy, but what it's going to mean is that private schools will be assured they have a champion." He called it a win-win situation for both private and public schools.

Coach Mark Ledford of the Wilcox County Patriots called the current state of class A an "unlevel playing field." He is certain that now the rural schools will be able to find out who is the best among other rural schools in each sport.

Prep Scores For Friday, Jan. 6

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Here are the prep basketball scores reported to 13WMAZ for Friday, January 6:

Boys:

Warner Robins 86  Northside 79 (Overtime)

Westside 68  Veterans 67

Dublin 60  Bleckley Co. 53

Washington Co. 48  Hephzibah 41

Central 78  Perry 72

Whitefield Academy 63  FPD 34

Crawford Co. 69  Greene Co. 60

Peach Co. 60  Howard 41

Stratford 49  Tattnall 45

Piedmont 61  Windsor 51

Girls:

Northside 54  Warner Robins 50

Dublin 61  Bleckley Co. 44

Howard 48  Peach Co. 33

Prep Basketball Scores For December 29

Here are your prep basketball scores reported to 13WMAZ for Thursday, December 29:

State Bank & Trust Holiday Classic

Boys Championship

Warner Robins 66  Northside 59

Boys Consolation

Westside 57  Jones Co. 51

Girls Championship

Jones Co. 38  Westside 37

Tattnall Christmas Tournament

Girls Championship

Westfield 50  Tattnall 44

Veterans Christmas Tournament

Girls Championship

Washington Co. 65  Veterans 40

Girls Consolation

Warner Robins 51 Morrow 40

Boys Consolation

Perry 51  Cass 49

J.B. Hawkins Christmas Tournament

Boys

Central 102  Southwest 34

Other Games