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GHSA Basketball Scores from December 20th


Salem  74

GMC 33


Jones Co. 32

Elbert Co. 46


FPD 46

Central 45

Middle Georgia Lions are Georgia Dome Bound

The Middle Georgia Lions are a travel football team based in Warner Robins and are made up of more than two dozen middle school students who are playing for a title on Saturday.

Thursday there was no practice, just film session for the pre teens.

Since mid November the Lions have been on a serious winning streak, remaining undefeated through 16 games.

This weekend they will play for the DL Scott Coalition Bowl National Championship in the Georgia Dome and the kids, parents and coaches are more than excited.

Kickoff is Saturday morning versus the Glennwood Panthers in Atlanta at the Georgia Dome.

Now if you would like to help donate to The Middle Georgia Lions, heres a number to contact them. At (478) 225-7459.






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Chamber Awards Goo-Goo Car Wash As Small Business of the Month

Chamber Awards Goo-Goo Car Wash As Small Business of the Month

WARNER ROBINS, GA- The Small Business of the Month Committee of the Robins Regional Chamber of Commerce presented Goo-Goo Car Wash with the Small Business of the Month Award for the month of November.  The award, sponsored by Qualified Staffing of Georgia, recognizes the quality service of the recipient and their positive impact on the community.

“Goo-Goo 3-Minute Express Wash is a great business and is very deserving of the Small Business of the Month award,” said Andrea Griner, an employee of the Houston County Development Authority and a patron of Goo-Goo Car Wash.  “I have always been pleased by the attentive service, great wash job and ease and speed in getting in and out.”

Stormy Thursday in Midstate Could Lead to Windy Friday

A fast-moving cold front will bring a chance for strong storms on Thursday followed by chilly and windy conditions on Friday.

Rain and storms are likely Thursday afternoon and early evening. Any storms on Thursday could have the potential for damaging wind gusts and isolated tornadoes.

Be aware of changing weather conditions tomorrow and stay with 13WMAZ for developments.

The southern half of Central Georgia will have the best chance for storms.

Rain will depart on Thursday evening, but strong winds will follow the cold front.

The National Weather Service in Peachtree City has posted a Wind Advisory for all of North and Central Georgia from midnight late Thursday to 7 p.m. Friday.  Expect northwest winds sustained at 20 to 25 mph, with occasional gusts to 40 mph.

Northside's Nelson Signs with OSU

Just in time for Christmas, one Central Georgia student athlete received the gift of continued education, while continuing to play the sport he loves.

2011 Northside graduate and football standout Steven Nelson signed a letter of intent to play football at Oregon State in Corvallis.

Two years ago the defensive back settled in at College of the Sequoias, a junior college in California. Because of his hard work on the field and in the classroom, several D1 programs came a calling including USC, Oregon, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Kentucky, Baylor, Texas Tech, Kansas, Houston, Fresno State, Washington State, Mizzou and Georgia. Although Nelson says he is glad to be home in the Peach State to visit for Christmas, the Northwest is a better fit for him.

Nelson is listed in the ESPN top 100 Junior College transfers at No. 19 and the top cornerback of that bunch.

WR Man Plans Motorcycle Ride to Newtown

The tragic shootings in Newtown, Connecticut have touched hearts across America and moved some people to action.

One man in Warner Robins plans to show his support by hitting the road.

Doug Smith shared his travel plans with 13WMAZ's Jennifer Moulliet.

"When I called social services,  the lady said you're from where, and you're riding what here?" explains Smith. 

That's right, Smith, a father of three,  plans to ride his Harley to Newtown. "We're probably looking at anywhere from seventeen to twenty-two hours." says Smith

He's says it's all to honor the twenty six people who lost their lives in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, and he wants their families to know Central Georgians are grieving with them.

"That's why you ride, in support of something," says Smith.