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For the last two years, the Woodland High football program has been touting the Class of 2019 as the one to take the Wildcats to the next level. So far through spring practice, according to head coach Tony Plott, the rising juniors have put on … more
Woodland girls 46, East Paulding 44 It took the Woodland High girls basketball team 18 games to pick up its first win, but after the Lady Wildcats got the first one under their belts, they have won two in the last six days. Woodland earned its … more
The old adage about rivalry games is that “you can throw out the record books when those two get together.” That held true Thursday night as one-win Woodland (1-7) pushed Cartersville (6-1) deep into the game, but the Canes pulled it out in the … more
Early mistakes put Woodland (0-2) in the hole early, but there was no quit in this team. They fought back hard, giving the host, Rockmart, everything they could handle in the last two quarters Friday night, eventually falling by a score of … more
Former Cass football player Tarris Batiste did not hear his name called on draft night last week, but that does not mean his chances to fulfill his dream of playing in the NFL are over. After the last round Saturday, Batiste announced that he was … more
The Cartersville boys soccer team is off to a strong start to the season. The Canes earned a hard-fought 2-1 win Friday on the road over Chestatee to improve to 3-0 on the year. “That was a very good win for us,” Cartersville head coach … more
It's rare for a softball game with a final score of 15-5 to elicit the same response from both coaches, but that's what happened after Woodland triumphed over Cass by that margin in a Bartow County … more
The final of score of Woodland's road loss to Rome Friday night was a bit misleading. While the scoreboard read 70-58 in favor of the Wolves, the Wildcats never really threatened to knock off the … more
Trailing Sandy Creek 31-21 in the 2014 Class 4A state quarterfinal game at Weinman Stadium, and with a freshman quarterback at the helm of the Cartersville High football team, it appeared the Canes … more
The unfortunate theme of the season for the Cartersville girls, particularly in Region 5-AAAA play, has been close, gut-wrenching losses. That made it both fitting and painful for the Canes to suffer … more
Since winning the state championship in 2005, the Cartersville girls tennis program has been unable to overcome the obstacle known as the Elite Eight. The Canes have had little trouble, particularly … more
This week of Bartow County football brought a surprise and a thriller. Adairsville, the presumptive underdog against Cass, came out and held its own to defeat the Colonels, evening its record at 1-1 in the intracounty rivalry game. The game … more
A down year for the Adairsville baseball program still saw the Tigers send three players off to college as seniors Sam Seaman, Chase Powell and Justin Green all made their choices official at a signing ceremony last week. Seaman, the 2016 … more
The Cass Colonels left it for late Thursday, tying their game against Kell with two runs in the sixth and then winning it on a Brett Gaddy walk-off single in the seventh for a 7-6 victory at LakePoint. Gaddy was the beneficiary as the Colonels … more
National Signing Day is today, and among the recruiting madness nationwide, Bartow County has its own small piece of the football scholarship pie. Woodland’s Emmanuel Jones will reveal his decision at 1 p.m. today in the Woodland High media … more
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