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Lady Canes’ trio heads to Gadsden State
Cartersville’s starting point guard and its twin post players will be playing girls basketball at Gadsden State Community College in Gadsden, Ala., starting next fall. Kaelyn Irby and Morgan and Maya Jones signed with the two-year college at a Wednesday ceremony at Cartersville High. Irby is one of the most talented point guards to ever play for the Cartersville Lady Purple Hurricanes and has made virtually every all-star team — from all-county to all-region and all-state — during her four-year starting career at the school. Twins Morgan and Maya Jones were starters their senior year, when ...
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Woodland sets seeding; Cass girls, Excel boys win in tennis
The Woodland girls and boys tennis teams entered Wednesday with each team in the semifinal round of the region tournament and playing for seeding in the state tournament. Unfortunately for Woodland...
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Arnold’s HR puts Canes in 1st; Cass falls, 11-1
Wednesday’s Cartersville-Ringgold baseball game had all the makings of a classic as the two teams came into the matchup tied atop the Region 5-AAA standings at 9-1 and ranked in the top 10 of the s...
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Cochran, Lady Tigers golf team wins region
The Region 5-AAA girls golf tournament did not present ideal conditions for Adairsville. The Lady Tigers were up against the rain and North Murray, a team that finished fourth in Class AAA in 2013....
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Cass going to state playoffs; Lady Canes win
Cass made a halftime adjustment and used what its coach called “a February wind in April” to punch its ticket to the state playoffs in girls soccer Tuesday, defeating Dalton, 2-0. The Colonels had ...
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Woodland netters qualify for state
Woodland’s girls and boys tennis teams qualified for the state playoffs Tuesday. The Lady Wildcats won their points at the singles line, as they defeated South Paulding, 3-0. Once they won their th...
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Katie O’Connor signs to Western Carolina
It was easy to spot Cartersville volleyball player Katie O’Connor on the court. Not only was she one of the tallest players at 6-1, but she was often head and shoulders above the competition with h...
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Lady Tigers beat G.C., 6-0
A week from today, the Adairsville girls soccer team will face Cartersville with first place in Region 5-AAA on the line. Until then, the Lady Tigers have to take care of business to remain one gam...
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Canes, Tigers take on top teams in region
This week of Bartow baseball will be the most significant week of the regular season, as all four county teams have important games with playoff ramifications. In Region 5-AAA, Adairsville and Cart...
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Justus named ACC Player of the Week
Just a freshman, former Cartersville High baseball player Connor Justus worked himself into the role of starting shortstop on the Georgia Tech baseball team early in his career. Monday, Justus earn...
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GHC splits doubleheader
The Georgia Highlands College baseball team struggled to score against East Georgia in its first game of a doubleheader Saturday at Woodland High, a 2-1 loss. However, the Charger offense showed re...
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Dodgers defeat Phillies with solid pitching in LL play
Three Dodgers combined for a 3-hitter and 11 strikeouts as they defeated the Phillies, 10-1, in Cartersville Little League baseball play April 3. Kolbe Benham pitched one inning and 17 pitches with...
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Minor League Coach Pitch games
Following are Minor League Coach Pitch reports on games played March 31, April 1 and April 3. D’Backs 10, Orioles 5 Twins 14, Rays 5 The Twins bats were hot once again as they jumped out to an earl...
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Evans powers Tigers to victory with 2-run home run by Little League Reports