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The $856.3 million budget approved Thursday includes 5 furlough days and 182 teacher cuts through attrition.
"You're going to destroy the county if you don't fix the problem," educators told school board members Wednesday.
The Kell and Sprayberry girls and Walton and Pope boys also fell in Saturday's quarterfinal action.
The 6th District Congressman will run to keep his House seat.
The school board has received two possible options as it moves closer to adopting the fiscal year 2014 budget.
Simpson Middle School had one of the Cobb scores in the College and Career Ready Performance Index, which replaces No Child Left Behind measures.
But the Trojans have to hit the road in the first round on Wednesday.
Pope, Kell and Marietta dodged the raindrops with sweeps, but Walton and McEachern are among those facing delayed rubber matches.
The Raiders and Greyhounds will be playing at home Friday; the Longhorns are on the road.
The Trojans, Walton and Kell went out in the first round Wednesday, but Pope advanced.
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