Gray, Georgia Weather


Kicking in a storm
by Chuck Thompson
Apr 03, 2014 | 532 views | 0 0 comments | 46 46 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Sadie Robards kicks the ball down field into a fierce wind during the Lady Hounds’ game against Northside-Warner Robins last Tuesday in Gray.
Sadie Robards kicks the ball down field into a fierce wind during the Lady Hounds’ game against Northside-Warner Robins last Tuesday in Gray.
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Ethan Oulsnam battles to get away from a Northside defender for the Greyhounds in last Tuesday night’s game.
Ethan Oulsnam battles to get away from a Northside defender for the Greyhounds in last Tuesday night’s game.
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The Jones County varsity soccer teams both lost to Northside-Warner Robins on a frigid evening with howling winds at home last Tuesday – the girls 2-0 and the boys 4-1.

Evan Leonard scored the Greyhounds’ only goal.

Road matches at Monticello on Friday were rained out.

“I think this is the worst soccer weather this season that I’ve ever experienced. It has either been pouring rain or freezing cold and windy,” boys’ coach Duane Kitchens said. “But you just do the best you can.”

The varsity teams play at Mary Persons on Friday before finishing the regular season at home against Warner Robins next Tuesday. The girls play at 5:30 p.m. and the boys at 7:30 p.m.

Bradley Baptist Church will host a “Feed the Masses” tailgate party inside the gates of the stadium during next Tuesday’s games, and all those who pay to attend the games can eat for free. Admission is $5. Hamburgers and hotdogs will be served.

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