ELCA girls fall to SACA in playoffs
by Maurice Dixon
01:46 PM, Thursday, March 05
The SACA Lady Warriors were determined to return to Macon and possibly defend their Class A title and the ELCA Lady Chargers couldn’t prevent it...

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