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Schirmer’s 100th win avenges loss to Flames

The Lady Blazers win their 13th straight game on Saturday as head coach Deandra Schirmer notches her 100th victory as head coach in Titletown. The Lady Blazers took on conference opponent Lee as the second act of Hall of Fame weekend on campus; a game that Lady Blazers fans have had circled since late November. The last time the Lady ...

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Blazer Athletics Hall of Fame is one for the books

The 27th annual Valdosta State Athletics Hall of Fame induction took place this past Saturday, and it was filled with many esteemed individuals. It was a room filled to the brim with Blazer legends, such as softball’s Thomas Macera to baseball’s Tommy Thomas. Some of the names that highlighted this year’s class were current Indianapolis Colts cornerback Kenny Moore II, ...

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Blazers storm back to knock off the Argos, snap three-game skid

The Blazers came back from a 15-point deficit to defeat the West Florida Argonauts 82-73 in the Blazers’ first game of 2024. The Blazers had four double-digit players as junior forward Caden Boser had a game-high 19 points while shooting a perfect 7 for 7 from the field and 3 for 3 from the three-point line to go along with ...

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Lady Blazers set to double down their defense against Auburn Montgomery

The Lady Blazers (10-2, 7-1 Gulf South Conference) are on a seven-game winning streak as they enter the second half of their conference season and are focusing primarily on building their defense before stepping on the court with the Auburn Montgomery Warhawks (7-6, 5-4 GSC) this Saturday at 2 p.m. at The Complex. Head coach Deandra Schirmer is preparing the ...

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Blazers aim for spot in semifinals against Lenoir-Rhyne

The VSU football team didn’t know if they’d get another game at home in the playoffs following the first round of the NCAA Division II Football Playoffs. However, an upset in their bracket has gifted the No. 3-seed Blazers (12-1) an opportunity to punch their ticket to the semifinals Saturday at home against the No. 4-seed Lenoir-Rhyne Bears (12-1). “I ...

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Blazers and Lady Blazers Burn the Hawks

Both the Blazers and Lady Blazers picked up their first conference wins of the season after playing Shorter University on Monday night. The Lady Blazers came into Monday’s game after suffering a tough loss on Saturday to Lee University. Even being down their starting point guard, VSU played valiantly. They gave the flames all they could handle down the stretch ...

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Blazers put away feisty Saints to advance to second round

When the Blazers needed a stop, Nick Jackson answered the call. The graduate defensive back shut down the Limestone Saints’ bid for an improbable comeback by picking off quarterback Dustin Noller, potentially saving the season in the process. The play came just as the Saints were looking to cut the lead to seven after trailing 38-7 early in the third ...

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Blazers run past Bears in home opener

For the second straight year, the Blazers put over 100 points on the Clinton College Bears, beating them 108-90 in their home opener. In their only other previous meeting in Titletown last season, the Blazers put up 121 points. The Bears started the game with an early advantage. At one point, the Bears had a 10-point lead midway through the ...

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When Travis Met Taylor

Taylor Swift is known for her long dating history and rumored suitors. Her new romance with Kansas City Chief’s tight end Travis Kelce could finally lead Swift to a long-lasting relationship or it could lead to another hit breakup song.   After the singer’s breakup with fiancé Joe Alwyn, Swift has now moved on to the sports category. Taylor has ...

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