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After cruising through the regular season and region tournament, the Cartersville volleyball team wants to make some noise in the state tournament — and is talented enough to do so. The Lady Canes, a No. 1 seed, will host Chestatee today at … more
Grant DeBruin has seen and experienced a lot in his long baseball career. The one-time Adairsville Tiger slugger worked his way up from JUCO at Snead State to Division-II at Alabama-Huntsville, and after two years in the independent Frontier League … more
The Bartow County boys soccer season in 2017 saw two teams break through and accomplish things they hadn’t in a while, while two teams fell back in their regions and were never in contention for a playoff spot. The Cartersville Purple … more
Sitting in my usual seat in Philips Arena during the 2011 NBA Playoffs, I kept hearing a man behind say, “C’mon Teague, you are sorry!” Jeff Teague, the Atlanta Hawks point guard by way of Wake Forest, was being torched by pre-injury … more
The Woodland softball team out-hit Kell Thursday, 6-3, but couldn’t turn those hits into runs in a 3-1 loss to the Lady Longhorns. Audrey Morris had two hits and scored the only run for Woodland (7-16, 3-8). Sarah Baynard pitched all six … more
Former Cartersville High cheerleaders Sydney Castillo and Cameryn Wood have been cheering together since they were 5 years old. Together, they brought home a state championship to Cartersville, both were named among the top 16 cheerleaders in the … more
Back in 2012 during the first game of the Cass football team’s season against Adairsville, Noah Foley played his first game for the Colonels. On Foley’s first play as a member of the punt coverage team, he laid out the return man on a big hit, … more
Wednesday’s high school baseball game between Calhoun and Adairsville at Tiger Valley was as close to a must-win game as it can get midway through the region schedule.Entering the day, Adairsville … more
The Adairsville High volleyball team opened up its season Tuesday in a tri-match against upper-classification opponents, Southeast Whitfield and Cherokee. All three matches featured convincing wins, … more
Woodland senior D.J. Robinson stood at the free-throw line with the score tied and 4.4 seconds left on the clock in Saturday's meeting with rival Cartersville. Robinson had stood at the same charity … more
The Cartersville soccer teams produced a pair of dominant shutout wins Wednesday to move one step closer to capturing unbeaten Region 5-AAAA seasons. Just 24 hours after hosting Cedartown, … more
As great as it is to have a large senior class to rely upon, the following year (and sometimes more) is destined to see its share of growing pains. The Woodland football team will have to deal with … more
Cass football is very aware of what it will be up against Friday night when it takes on Rome on the road. “[They are] extremely talented everywhere,” head coach Bobby Hughes said. “There is not a weakness. Their starting lineup is littered … more
Adairsville High alum Marcus Childers has put himself into contention for the starting quarterback spot for Northern Illinois University. He will be a redshirt freshman in the fall, and his play in spring ball has warranted discussion of him … more
Two colleges will be getting more than just fast runners this fall as Cass sprinters Laizon West (Piedmont) and Sabrina Buggs (Columbia College) signed in a ceremony at the Cass media center Thursday. “Both of these kids, and I can say the … more
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