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At the Indians' stadium, the West Cobb high schools will try to hold their ground against East Cobb's Walton and Lassiter.
Figures released by the district show improvements in all four testing areas for the seventh consecutive year.
Founded in 2006, the high school is the final one in the district without opponent seating, but with the funds finally rounded up, the Hawks hope to have the project finished by the Nov. 9 McEachern game.
The Indians were handed a 31-12 defeat by last year's 5A state champions, and the Hawks shut down Fulton County's Westlake, 31-15.
The Board of Education will discuss filling the positions at Dowell and Vaughn elementary schools at tonight's meeting.
The Hawks regular season opener Friday against Westlake is in the lead for 11 Alive honors.
Government, Schools, Sports, Public Safety
In other area headlines, a jailed inmate was found dead Saturday, and dive teams are continuing to search for a person believed drowned in Lake Lanier.
Schools, Public Safety
In other area headlines, four men were arrested for allegedly breaking into cars during a Douglas County party, and a Georgia Tech student has been indicted on 25 counts of online sex.
Corky Kell Classic teams Walton, Kell and McEachern are ranked in pre-season polls.
Penalties range from a fine to a license suspension for passing the vehicles while they're letting children off.
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