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After finding its offensive rhythm in the second half last week at Cass, the Adairsville High football team continued to show it’s found its groove Friday night. The Tigers easily dispatched a Model team that had defeated the Tigers by 30 … more
A season that opened with a whimper is closing with a flourish for the Woodland High girls basketball team, as the Lady ’Cats, once 0-17, won their third-straight game, this one in the region tournament, over East Paulding Monday, … more
Another day, another major accolade for Trevor Lawrence and the Cartersville High football team. On Wednesday, Cartersville’s quarterback was named the All-Classification Offensive Player of the Year on USA Today’s 2016 All-USA Georgia … more
Adairsville’s girls basketball team blitzed Woodland in a fast-paced season opener Saturday, winning 65-38 behind big games from its three stars, Josie Summerville, Nakiyah Washington and Emily Collum. “I’m so happy and so proud of my girls … more
Laizon West created some separation for himself and gave his team some separation going into halftime. West’s 71-yard touchdown catch less than two minutes before the break re-established some stability and gave the Cass Colonels (2-1, 1-0) a … more
The Canes Give Back; Football 101 Women’s Clinic will return for a second year in a row on Thursday as the Cartersville High football coaching staff will be teaching women the fundamentals of the game while supporting a cause. The event, … more
The Cartersville baseball team had a 2-0 lead entering the bottom of the seventh inning Friday at Pickens. However, two errors helped allow Pickens to score three runs in the final frame to come back and defeat the Canes by a score of 3-2 on a … more
Cartersville baseball star Anthony Seigler committed to the University of Florida, defending College World Series champions, late Friday night. “You just can’t go wrong with Florida,” Seigler said. “Five out of the last seven years, … more
About eight hours before the game, a Calhoun fan Twitter account insinuated that the Canes were all Trevor Lawrence and nothing else. Lawrence saw the tweet and had a simple message: “Wrong move.” “We saw it,” head coach Joey King said … more
The 2017 GHSA State Track and Field Championships wrapped up Saturday, and the final day saw two Bartow County athletes earn a spot on the podium in their respective events. Cass’ Ray Varnum, already entering Saturday with a silver medal in the … more
It could have been the 14 runners left on base through eight innings. It could have been the two mistake pitches left up to East Paulding slugger Alex Prosser. Or the baserunning blunder that erased the potential winning run in the bottom of the … more
The Woodland boys basketball season ended Monday with a 54-39 loss to Rome, at Rome, in the first round of the region tournament. “I’m disappointed we didn’t play well tonight, but we’ve got a long way to go,” Woodland coach Colman … more
Woodland and Cass, just a few days away from the Area 7-AAAAA duals, gave themselves quite a warm-up challenge in the loaded Takedown Sportswear Invitational Tuesday and Wednesday at Buford High. In a stacked field, both the Wildcats and Colonels … more
Trevor Knowles hit a go-ahead three-pointer with under a minute left and would go on to make two free throws to seal it as Woodland beat Adairsville 52-49 in a taut, well-played season opener Saturday. “Just saw my teammate, I knew he would … more
Cartersville senior Hannah Todd pitched eight innings Thursday at the Cartersville Baseball and Softball Complex, allowing only the one runner placed on second base in the international tiebreaker to score in the eighth. It was the second … more
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