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The Cass Colonels knew they would have to play better than they had all year to keep up with No. 4-ranked Rome Friday night at Doug Cochran Stadium. In the end, Rome was too much as the Wolves defeated Cass by a score of 42-7. “I’m very, … more
Arianna Mustin pitched a gem, allowing one run on four hits in a complete game, but Kell was just a little better in a 1-0 Cass loss Wednesday at Cass High. Kell is undefeated and in first place in Region 7-AAAAA. The Lady Longhorns are ranked … more
Last season, the Dalton baseball team finished in last place in the subregion and Cass swept the Catamounts. So far this season, Dalton is off to a fast start and sits atop Region 7A-AAAAA. The Catamounts showed why Wednesday at Cass as they … more
Since the first pitch was thrown in Cartersville's season opener against Sequoyah back in mid-February, the Canes have been working towards getting the year "2018" painted on the outfield wall at … more
When the bells at Inman Middle School ring to signal the start of the school day, Dana Green, a special education teacher, struts in wearing a leopard-printed skirt, high heels, rings on most fingers and bracelets on both wrists. But, at night, … more
Sam Howard has been dreaming about making the major leagues for a long time. Now, the former Cartersville pitcher is one short step away after he was called up to the Triple-A Albuquerque Isotopes in the Colorado Rockies organization just over a … more
After a 47-35 home loss to Christian Heritage Saturday, the Excel girls basketball team ended the regular season on a six-game losing streak. Christian Heritage got out to a 13-2 lead after the first quarter as Rylie Boston scored the only … more
Twelve games into the season now, and the Cartersville High football team remains on track for its goal of winning a second straight state championship. The Canes handled their business thanks to a strong first-half performance Friday night against … more
The Woodland High football team got behind by a score of 21-0 midway through the second quarter in its game Friday night against East Paulding at Wildcat Stadium, and it appeared the Wildcats were in for another rout. Woodland was able to put … more
September 1 is an important date in college recruiting because it signifies when Division I schools can begin contacting recruits. Cartersville’s Trevor Lawrence and Trey Creamer each received phone calls on the big day from big schools as … more
As the summer speeds on, three minor leaguers with Bartow County ties are making their cases for moving up the minor league ladder. Sam Howard, recently promoted to the Double-A Hartford Yard Goats in the Colorado Rockies organization, had his … more
The Georgia Highlands College baseball team entered the last regular season series against West Georgia Tech needing one win in the four-game series to clinch a GCAA playoff berth. After losing late leads in both Tuesday’s and Friday’s games, … more
The Cartersville baseball team trailed 1-0 after 4 1/2 innings Wednesday against region foe Northwest Whitfield at Richard Bell Field, and the Canes were struggling to get anything going at the plate with a slow-throwing pitcher on the mound for … more
Georgia high school baseball teams have begun practicing and the season is just a few weeks away. While Adairsville senior catcher Lane Griffith is eagerly anticipating the beginning of the Tigers’ 2016 campaign, he also is excited about the … more
The Bartow County Junior Little League 14U team survived four consecutive elimination games at the Georgia Junior Little League state tournament to force a winner-take-all title game Thursday night … more
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