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The Woodland High girls tennis team had already clinched a berth in the state playoffs on Tuesday, but there was still work to do Wednesday in the region tournament to try and get a better seed. However, the Lady Wildcats fell 3-1 to Rome … more
Spencer Fields and Katie O’Connor provided a quality finish to the fall sports season for Bartow alumni over the weekend. With Fields running in his second consecutive NCAA championships and O’Connor’s Western Carolina volleyball team … more
The Cartersville volleyball team saw their season come to a close Tuesday, but the Lady Canes didn’t go easily, charging up the Storm Center but dropping a 23-25, 22-25, 15-25 match to Northside (Columbus) in the second round of the state … more
Elliott Anderson’s East Cobb Astros defeated Devin Warner’s East Cobb Yankees in a hard-fought, 2-0 game Friday morning at LakePoint to claim the 2016 World Wood Bat Association 18U national championship. “We showed a lot of heart,” … more
The Cartersville boys soccer team locked up the No. 3 spot in the region Tuesday with a 6-2 win at Heritage. “We were able to pass and move the ball on them,” Cartersville head coach D.J. Paradis said of the game. “We communicated and we … more
Cass High head boys basketball coach David Brock announced to the team Tuesday night that he would be leaving the Colonels after three seasons at the helm of the program.Brock will take the same … more
Cass volleyball coach Alan Potter seemed more worried about how his team would handle the off-court hoopla that surrounds senior night than his team's opponents, Pickens and Woodland. The Colonels, … more
It was an overall rough Friday night for Bartow County football teams this week with three of four dropping region matchups. Cartersville was the only local team favored to win its game, and the Canes … more
All the miles cross county runners trek during summer workouts, morning runs and weekend meets, and the state championship came down to the last 500 meters. It was with 500 meters to go Friday morning … more
Following a second loss to the top team in Class 5A on Friday, the Cass girls bounced back with a rout of visiting Chattahoochee and a milestone moment for one of their players on Saturday. A dozen … more
When she was younger, Adairsville pitcher Loren Harris didn’t have quite the speed on her fastball as some of the other girls at Premier Sport Services, where she trained. So Harris attacked the problem head-on. “I think when she was a … more
It was kickoff weekend for most college football teams around the country, and Bartow County alumni were right in the thick of it. The biggest contributions came from secondary players, as Adairsville alum DeAndre Applin led Georgia State in … more
Three riders made history for Emerson’s Terminus Wake Park last weekend at the World Wake Association Wake Park National Championships in Waco, Texas. Woodland High Schooler Coby Armer won the intermediate division, clinching the first national … more
A potentially disappointing season for the Adairsville girls soccer team was saved late on with a state tournament run. The Lady Tigers, coming off a quarterfinal appearance the year prior, emerged from region play as the No. 4 seed, just barely … more
The Cartersville High girls tennis team was crowned region champion for the fifth-consecutive year Wednesday afternoon as the Lady Canes defeated Central, Carrollton, 4-0, in the Region 5-AAAA finals. The shutout win, played at Sunset Hills … more
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