Ashley Gulick

Ashley Gulick

Dallas, GA
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Ashley Gulick is an experienced writer and photographer specialzing in a variety of sports. With a background and experience in writing, editing, photography, sports statistics and the ability to easily and quickly meet deadlines, any assignment is met with a thoughtful and time conscious approach.

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Alabama: Five Defensive Players That Can Take Down The Aggies

Although they still embarked on a monumental championship run last season, Alabama’s loss to Texas A&M in their inaugural meeting certainly left a sour note in the minds of the Tide and their faithful...

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Breaking Down the SEC East: Recruits You Should Get to Know

Now that the SEC West has been discussed, these are the up and coming SEC East recruits that you should take notes on. With strong competition building in the East, many of these faces could easily...

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Breaking Down the SEC West: Recruits You Should Get to Know

Photo Credit: Credit: Dale Zanine, USA TODAY Sports
With teams such as Alabama, LSU and of course Johnny Manziel’s Texas A&M, we take a moment to look at the players that are the building blocks of th...

DC grad finds passsion in hunting

Sometimes dreams seem almost impossible to reach, but for one Douglasville native, those dreams are what built the stepping stones to an almost unreal reality.
Moving to Douglas County from Ohio at ju...

Douglas County blanked by Chattahoochee

by Ashley Gulick / Special to the SentinelDouglas County Sentinel
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Looking to add another win to the season, the Douglas County Tigers were in action at home agai...

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Georgia Football: Breaking Down Todd Gurley | Southern Gameday

A legend may not be made overnight, but for Georgia’s Todd Gurley, he quite possibly could have done that in a single year. Last year, Gurley quickly bashed all stereotypes of what a true freshman ...

HB 284 aims to protect players with concussions and educate the public

With the recent emphasis that has been placed on the long term effects of concussions, Gov. Nathan Deal took one more step in protecting Georgia’s young athletes by passing HB 284, the Return to Play ...

New coach takes over Lithia Softball - Douglas County Sentinel ...

Under the leadership of a new head coach and the anticipation of a successful season, the Lithia Springs Lady Lions are geared to begin their softball season with a new drive and focus.

Second half surge lifts DC over Chapel Hill - Douglas County ...

Hosting the Chapel Hill Panthers in an intra-county rivalry for the inaugural Battle of the Big Cats Cup on Friday, the Douglas County Tigers walked away with not only a 41-7 win, but bragging rights in keeping the trophy for a year.

SOCCER: CH boys fall to nationally ranked St. Pius in Elite-8 ...

Taking on the nationally ranked St. Pius X Catholic School Golden Lions at home Friday, the Chapel Hill Panthers suffered a tough loss in the 3A Boys State Elite-8 quarterfinal round.

SOCCER: Perfect seasion ends in Elite-8 for Lady Panthers ...

Going into the 3A Elite-8 quarterfinal round undefeated, the Chapel Hill Lady Panthers played host to No. 3 state ranked St. Pius at home on Friday night in the first game of a girls-boys doubleheader.

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Tajh Boyd: Potential Heisman Favorite?

Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports Before Saturday, Tajh Boyd was a name that many, specifically those SEC faithful, did not consider a logical threat. But, a

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Why Aaron Murray Will be a Heisman Contender in 2013 | Southern ...

After ending last season with a heartbreaking loss to a stout Alabama Crimson Tide team in the SEC Championship game, Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray knew that was his call to return to Georgia fo...