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Cass volleyball will live to play another day in the Region 7-AAAAA tournament after splitting two games Thursday in the first day of play at Kell. The Lady Colonels, seeded sixth, lost their first matchup, 17-25, 20-25 to No. 3 seed Rome, … more
The bleachers in the corner of the J.H Morgan Gym were packed with kids anticipating the arrival of former NBA All-Star shooting guard Dale Ellis. As Ellis told his story of making it to the NBA, he talked about the work ethic and the … more
The Atlanta Falcons clinched the NFC South title Saturday with its 33-16 win at the Carolina Panthers. There is little doubt Adairsville native Vic Beasley Jr. played a critical role in the Falcons capturing their first division title since 2012, … more
What was supposed to be one of the premier games of this Georgia high school season lost a little luster two weeks ago, but tonight’s Cartersville at Sandy Creek matchup is still going to carry a lot of weight in Class 4A. A Sandy Creek team … more
Cartersville’s Hannah Todd and Cedartown’s Ava Tillman hooked up for a stellar pitcher’s duel Tuesday, as the Canes (5-8, 1-4) fell 1-0 in eight innings in what might be one of the best games played in Georgia this season. An error by third … more
Two months ago, Alvaro Araguas’ parents came with him to Cartersville to see if J.P. Vidour’s tennis academy would be a good fit for Alvaro. After a week, they decided that training with Vidour would be better than any instruction that he … more
The Bartow County high school boys soccer season provided plenty of exciting action this year. Cartersville made the state playoffs again this season and went 12-5-1 overall before losing by one goal in penalty kicks in the first round of the … more
The season kicked off this weekend for NCAA Division I college baseball players. Several former Bartow County high school players got off to strong starts to the season, including former Cane Connor Justus for Georgia Tech and Michael Goss … more
Down big early to McIntosh in the Class 5A cross country championship Friday at Carrollton, the Woodland girls gritted their teeth, attacked the hills, and closed the gap. It just wasn’t enough. The Lady Wildcats, led by Carli Clymer in … more
At the start of the 2017 Cartersville volleyball season, head coach Dutch Cothran handed his Lady Canes players a calendar. October was marked “Championship Month,” and the Lady Canes collected the first championship they could win Thursday … more
The Georgia Highlands College softball team swept four games this weekend, two Friday against Andrew and two Saturday against Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. The four wins vault the team into first place in the Georgia Collegiate … more
It has been 17 days since the state championship game and the Cartersville High football team is still racking up the accolades. On Monday, the Canes were ranked No. 8 in USA Today’s Super 25 Southeast Final Regional … more
Cartersville High senior football standout Trey Creamer had set his date to commit to a college program for Oct. 15. However, the Canes’ cornerback and running back was so blown away by his visit to Minnesota last weekend that Creamer decided … more
The Cartersville High volleyball team opened up region play Tuesday just how it would have liked, with straight-set sweeps of both of the Lady Canes’ matches. Cartersville took down Central, Carrollton in the first match by scores of 25-13 … more
Atlanta Falcons defensive end/linebacker Vic Beasley has had a busy summer, but he came back to his old stomping grounds at Adairsville High School Saturday to give back to his old community—in more ways than one. Beasley’s first annual youth … more
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