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A couple of big innings and a strong pitching performance by Sam Seaman helped the Adairsville baseball team to a 12-2 region win Tuesday at Adairsville High. Adairsville got out to a big lead with a five-run second inning and a two-run third … more
The Cartersville High softball team looks to be headed to the Region 5-AAAA tournament, but whether the Lady Canes make the state tournament is still very much up in the air. With three region games … more
McKenna Trapheagen set a personal best as the Woodland girls cross country team finished 11th against teams from several different states in the Great American Cross Country Festival on Saturday at … 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
As September arrives, the floodgates have opened and college sports are back in full swing. In cross country, both Spencer Fields and Jaison Morning had high finishes, with Morning’s particularly impressive as he finished second overall in his … more
The Woodland High baseball team entered its home game Wednesday against Kell hot, winners of its last five in a row. However, the Wildcats could not keep the momentum going in a 5-3 loss to the Longhorns, as three runs with two outs in the sixth … more
Once teams get to the Sweet 16 of the GHSA state playoffs, there are only quality opponents remaining. The Cartersville High softball team’s opponent in Round 2 today may be the best of those final 16 teams, as the Lady Canes are matched up with … more
The Woodland girls tennis team wrapped up its season Tuesday on a high note, defeating Forsyth Central by a score of 5-0. “We played very well,” Woodland head coach Beth Heath said of the match. “I actually gave them three days off last … more
Two freshmen from Bartow County had breakout performances on the college football field Saturday. Pressed into action by a malfunctioning offense, Adairsville alum Marcus Childers took the reins of Northern Illinois’ offense and led the Huskies … more
The 2017 spring football session is in the books for Woodland, and so is the Wildcats’ scrimmage with Morrow High. It was the first time the GHSA has permitted spring scrimmages, and Woodland was able to test the progress the team has made in a … more
The Atlanta Falcons opened up their season Sunday with a 31-24 home loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Former Adairsville Tiger Vic Beasley played 39 snaps, mostly in the Falcons’ nickel package, and did not get on the stat sheet. In college … more
The busy summer of baseball at LakePoint has come to an end as Saturday was the final day of summer travel ball showcases at Perfect Game Park. Many travel ball players will still participate in fall tournaments, but LakePoint will not host … more
It was not the most lopsided win the No. 7-ranked Adairsville girls soccer team has had this season, but the Lady Tigers took care of business Tuesday, nonetheless, defeating Gordon Central on the road by a score of 3-0. “I know the score … more
The Cartersville Purple Hurricanes boys basketball team handled business at the Storm Center Saturday afternoon, defeating Ridgeland 78-55. After a win over Heritage Friday night, the Hurricanes took the No. 1 spot in Region 7-AAAA. Cartersville … more
It was a tough week for a majority of the ex-Bartow County athletes playing baseball and softball at the next level. However, some of the former residents of the area did put forth solid efforts in … more
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