Truett’s Chick-fli-A, 264 Shorter Ave., 6 a.m.-10 p.m. Self-serve, drive-through, curbside, Door Dash.
Mount Berry Mall, 7 a.m. curbside breakfast; 9 a.m. inside; open until 8:30 p.m. Shipping Container, 6 a.m.-10 p.m. All Monday-Saturday.
“We added an ice cream machine in the clubhouse during the year,” Anthopoulos said. “Freddie Freeman really wanted it, so we added a soft serve [machine]. I told him, I think in June, we were going back and forth texting at some point, and I said, ‘If we win this division, I’m getting one delivered to your house.’ I told him today, ‘Do you want it? We’ll get it delivered tomorrow.’”
“Four in a row is hard,” Freeman said. “I can’t imagine those 1990s teams and how they did all that. This is a great feeling. This is right up there with 2018 for me. This year had so many ups and downs and so many things could have derailed the season.”
- This week: Home vs. Mets, 7:20 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 3:20 p.m. Sunday.
HIGH-A EAST CHAMPIONS!!!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/AuVGorcPyF
— BG Hot Rods (@BGHotRods) September 29, 2021
The Bowling Green Hot Rods have won the High-A East Championship following a five-game series with the Greensboro Grasshoppers. Final score, 6-3 Hot Rods. The Rome Braves play in the High-A East.
- Thursday: Blessed Trinity 40, Woodland 3. We’ll see more of Blessed Trinity this regular season as well as they host Calhoun on Oct. 8 (Peachtree TV) and then Cartersville on Oct. 15. (tip/John McClellan).
- Coosa at Model
- Dalton at Rome
- Pepperell at Fannin County
- Darlington at Bremen
- Mt. Zion at Armuchee
- Unity Christian School at Johnson Ferry Christian School: Game canceled.
- Cass at Cartersville
- Hiram at Calhoun
- Cedartown at Pickens
- North Murray at Rockmart
- Ringgold at Adairsville
- Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe at Sonoraville
- Chattooga at Gordon Central
- Southeast Whitfield at Trion
Latest updates from the Georgia High School Association
Falcons injury report: A.J. Terrell full participant for second straight practice heading into Washington game:https://t.co/LnC5uWdDxO
— Scott Bair (@ScottBairNFL) September 30, 2021
Falcons Daily: What are the Falcons doing with Feleipe Franks?https://t.co/BB9nCWcz77
— Tori McElhaney (@tori_mcelhaney) September 30, 2021
- Next: Sunday: Home vs. Washington, 1 p.m. Fox TV, 92.9 FM.
- Roster: .
Lawrence, Jacksonville come so close to first win, 24-21 Bengals. Cartersville High’s Trevor Lawrence scores his first NFL rushing touchdown. Media release: The Jaguars showed enough versatility on their first touchdown drive that it was difficult to choose a single “key play.” An 11-yard run by wide receiver/returner Jamal Agnew started the drive, and quarterback Trevor Lawrence turned in a nice 11-yard run for a first down to the Bengals 35. Newly-acquired tight end Dan Arnold made perhaps the key play, catching a 17-yard pass from Lawrence from the Bengals 23 to set up a six-yard touchdown run by second-year running back James Robinson. The touchdown showed Robinson’s best traits – next-level vision and cutback ability – with him seeing a hole to his left and cutting for a 7-0 lead with 1:28 remaining in the first quarter. The Jaguars’ second touchdown drive was more of the same, with Robinson’s 20-yard run to the Bengals 25 the biggest play of a methodical, 12-play, 80-yard drive. Forty-four yards came on Jaguars rushes, with Lawrence capping the drive with a seven-yard run after faking a handoff to Robinson to make it 14-0, Jaguars. “It was just a zone read,” Lawrence said. “I felt like I had a good matchup with the D end there. It’s something I’ve done in college that I’m pretty comfortable with and just have a good feel for. I felt I could go one on one with that guy and I could get in.” Lawrence was asked if he kept the ball from his first NFL rushing touchdown. “No, I think [left tackle] Cam [Robinson] threw it in the stands. It’s all good.”
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