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Sixty miles into a 70-mile race can be a lonely place, especially when it’s dark and raining. Luckily, Charles Harper knows how to cope. “A lot of it is just trying to stay positive and keep small goals in mind,” Harper said. “It’s … more
Kash Thacker, a 9-year-old from Adairsville, competed in the Monster Energy-sponsored Motofest Supercross races at the Georgia Dome on Feb. 26. The competition included racers from across the country. Thacker, riding his Kawasaki 65cc bike, … more
Former Adairsville High football player DeAndre Applin, after two years of junior college ball at Georgia Military College, committed to Appalachian State on his visit to the school on Jan. 22. However, he took one final visit to Georgia … more
If you added up all the points Hephzibah’s volleyball team scored against Cartersville in a best-of-five match Thursday in the first round of the state tournament, it still wouldn’t have been enough to win a set. Or even make one close. The … more
The worst nightmare football coaches, players and parents can have is a player getting carted off the field with an apparent neck injury. Fortunately for Cass, even though that happened Friday night to junior Zach Hall, Cass head coach Bobby … more
The Adairsville High girls soccer team has already gone where no team in program history has gone before, reaching the state quarterfinals. The challenge for the Lady Tigers now is to take it a step further and reach the state semifinals. In … more
Most Georgia high school track and field athletes' seasons have already come to a close. For a few of the elite, though, there's still one more meet left in the season. Several Bartow County athletes … more
There was plenty of controversy during Woodland's 2-1 loss to Cedartown in the first round of the Battle for Bartow Baseball Classic with multiple close calls going against the Wildcats. After … more
Football season in Bartow County will have a different look and feel this fall, at least at field level, for Adairsville, Cass and Woodland. The county school system’s board of education approved a … more
On a night where the Wildcats were wanting to end their season on a high note, it came to a sudden stop Friday at Barron Stadium against the top-ranked, undefeated, defending-champ Rome Wolves, 62-0. The Wolves got off to a hot start in the … more
Six games into a resurgent season, the Woodland Wildcats are still looking to improve. “The guys are still working hard, they’re real positive, and they’re fun to be around,” Woodland coach Tony Plott said. “I don’t think that we … more
After one of its most thrilling victories in its years-long winning streak — one that has since eclipsed 1,000 days — Cartersville football is turning the page. Calhoun, a traditional power in northwest Georgia, will travel to Weinman Stadium … more
Five pitchers combined on a one-hit shutout and Noah Daniel broke the game open with a two-run double in the fifth as Cartersville beat Centennial 5-0 Saturday to claim the Rawlings Select Classic tournament championship at LakePoint. “Our … more
The Cass tennis team split a pair of matches against Rome Monday, with the girls losing 4-1 and the boys flipping that score for a 4-1 win to extend their undefeated start to the season. The top players for the Colonels played very well, with No. … more
The slow-it-down style of the Cass Colonels works well when they have a lead to protect. When they’re behind, though, the Colonels aren’t all that great at chasing the game, which played out Thursday in a 66-62 home loss to No. 9 … more
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