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A quartet of Bartow Parks and Recreation Department youth basketball teams advanced to the Georgia Recreation and Park Association state tournament following standout showings over the past … more
Adairsville football (6-5) didn’t get the result it hoped for in its first-round playoff matchup against Cedar Grove (11-0) Friday, but head coach Eric Bishop was nothing but positive despite his team’s 48-13 loss. “Our kids set their mind … more
One week after losing in the last minute to Paulding County, the Woodland Wildcats are regrouping and looking to get back on the right track. The Wildcats will travel to East Paulding tonight. There were good things to take from last week’s … more
I remember when a coach yelled “Eleven!” that I was in trouble. Greg’s jersey number was one of those you remembered. Unfortunately for me, I turned a complete circle and Greg was on the 359th degree. Coach Lott ran over to me and helped me … more
The amateur baseball meat market that will be featured at LakePoint all summer long will reach a new level next week as the World Wood Bat Association (WWBA) 17U National Championship is contested. “The prestige of this tournament is huge, … more
A short-handed Cass team turned around a first-half deficit with a great third quarter to beat Notre Dame (Chattanooga) 54-44 Saturday. The Colonels (2-1), down rotation players Ashton Burley, C.J. Bennett and Trystan Coffman (rest) and Jake … more
The Adairsville Tigers have started off the season 0-3, their worst start in years. But coach Eric Bishop is still looking to the future. “Nobody wants to be 0-3 ... but their intensity, their effort, their focus is where it needs to be,” … more
Clifton Dempsey (Maryville College So., Cartersville) — Dempsey went 3-for-10 last week in a doubleheader Mar. 28 against Rust and two games over the weekend against Emory. Dempsey added four RBIs, two runs scored and a walk. He started each … more
The Cartersville baseball team continued its stretch of nonregion games against Class 6A schools Saturday with a day game against Johns Creek at Richard Bell Field. A five-run sixth inning from Johns Creek proved to be the difference in the … more
The Cartersville boys basketball team is headed to the state playoffs. The Canes locked up the Region 7-AAAA regular season region championship and a double-bye in the first round of the region tournament Tuesday night in the Storm Center with an … more
Ex-Woodland baseball standout Mason Robinson has been plenty successful at the plate for Louisiana Tech this year. He took it to another level, though, last Wednesday. Robinson hit for the cycle, … more
After surviving a motorcycle accident, Harris Pollack struggled to find a sport he could do to stay active.The Kingston resident had “hardware” all over his body, including a brace on his lower … more
There were at least five college basketball coaches with NCAA tournament titles on their resume who stopped by LakePoint's Champions Center this week for the Under Armour Challenge. According to … more
Cartersville head coach Joey King and junior quarterback Tee Webb both fought back tears after the Class 4A state semifinals. It always seemed likely the night would end this way. As the fourth … more
Trevor Lawrence was an inch away from throwing for six touchdowns in the first half, but had to settle for four and 272 yards in 24 minutes as Cartersville coasted to a 48-21 win over Pickens Friday at Weinman Stadium in the first round of the … more
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