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The Adairsville High girls basketball team transitioned to a more uptempo pace of play last season with new coach Lee Whitaker, and the result was the Lady Tigers’ first state playoff appearance in 58 years. Heading into the 2016-17 season … more
Woodland (7-8, 3-4) gave up eight runs over the last two innings to let Lassiter turn a close game into a nonregion loss, as the Lady Trojans prevailed Tuesday, 15-6. The Lady ’Cats made 10 errors in the game, four in those last two innings, … more
The Adairsville High girls soccer team won the Region 6-AAA championship and advanced to the state quarterfinals for the first time in program history. Despite the historic season, the Lady Tigers ran into a team with a little more Saturday night … more
The Wire2Wire Invitational at Dellinger Park Saturday morning featured both the Cass and Cartersville cross country teams. West Forsyth stole the show with a perfect score in the girls race and a … more
The long list of Cartersville baseball players committed to Division 1 schools just got one name longer. Preston Welchel is the latest Cane to make his college announcement, making his desires known to South Alabama to play college … more
A familiar nemesis for the Cartersville High baseball program saw its baseball coach step down Friday, as Buford High’s Tony Wolfe accepted a position as the school’s assistant athletics director, relinquishing the helm of the baseball … more
On five occasions during the year—area and state duals, and area, sectionals and state traditional—the state is reminded of Bartow County’s wrestling prowess. That was once again the case this weekend as 27 Bartow wrestlers qualified for … more
Both the Cass and Woodland High wrestling teams are at Buford High School today for the Takedown Sportswear Invitational. The tournament is noteworthy for three reasons: —First, it features the preseason No. 1- and No. 2-ranked teams in … more
SECOND-HALF STRUGGLES — To be fair, Cartersville did wrap this one up with 35 straight points to start the game, which makes their second-half total a moot point. With that being said, though, the Canes didn’t have the second half they … more
Everything for Adairsville will likely come down to Week 10, when they play a sub-region crossover game to determine who will go to the state tournament, but that doesn’t mean that the games in the intervening weeks are unimportant. The Tigers … more
The Woodland Lady Wildcats volleyball team started their region schedule with two tough losses Tuesday, falling to East Paulding 25-19, 12-25, 19-25 and to Villa Rica, 14-25, 21-25. “It took us about five sets until we started playing hard, or … more
2016 football schedules will not be officially set until March, but teams already have their schedules lined up. For Cartersville fans, the schedule next season should provide for plenty of exciting football games early in the nonregion … more
The Woodland High girls cross country team was ranked fourth in the latest MileSplit all-classification state rankings and second in Class 5A. On Saturday, the Lady Wildcats put forth a performance … more
Halfway through the fourth quarter, with fog choking the field, the game tied and neither team looking like it wanted to win, Eric Bishop made a gutsy call and Mason Boswell put the team on his back to lead the Adairsville Tigers back to the state … more
In their time off in an open week and through the lead-up to today’s game against Calhoun, the Adairsville Tigers keep coming back to one word: rollercoaster. The Tigers’ (3-2, 0-1) past few games have been marked by peaks and valleys that, … more
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