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The Woodland boys and girls tennis teams have tough matches coming up today against region foe Sequoyah. The good news for the Wildcats is each team will enter the matchup with a 5-0 record on the year after topping Excel Monday. Lady ’Cats … more
The Adairsville baseball team played well for six innings Saturday at home against Class 6A North Cobb, but one bad frame would come back to bite the Tigers. North Cobb scored five runs in the third inning and the Adairsville bats were unable to … more
The Cartersville baseball team took a break from playing Class 6A powers Saturday and made a trip up to Rome for a game against Coosa at State Mutual Stadium, home of the Rome Braves. Not only did the Canes get a chance to play at a minor … more
The Northwest Georgia Tip-Off Club gave out its annual awards at its banquet Tuesday, and 10 boys and girls basketball players from Bartow County were honored. The players of the year for each boys team were Cartersville’s Jaylon Pugh, Cass’ … more
Excel tennis player Simon Morris is the midst of his senior year on the tennis court and is hoping to have a strong year on the No. 2 singles line for the Eagles. His final match for Excel will not be his last, however, as he will play for Berry … more
Marissa Mowry had three goals and one assist as the Cartersville girls soccer team defeated Sprayberry Friday by a score of 4-1. “She plays striker for us, and she’s just very skilled. She probably plays at the highest level as far as … more
The Woodland boys and girls tennis teams opened up region play Friday at Rome, and both teams came home with a win. The boys won 4-1 while the girls swept the Lady Wolves. Both teams are now 4-0 on the season heading into Monday’s match … more
Jake Collum struck out five and Cass won its second contest in a row to take the rubber game of its three-game set against Creekview with a 4-1 victory Friday night. Cass scored three runs in the bottom of the third inning and one run in the … more
Trailing early in the second half, Woodland scored three unanswered goals to help it take a 3-1 victory over county rival Cass in girls high school soccer play Friday night. Both teams were held scoreless in the first half, and the Lady Colonels … more
Back-to-back doubles by Adairsville’s Hayden Morrow and Taylor Whitley proved to be the difference in Wednesday’s win at Darlington as the Tigers broke a tie in the seventh inning to beat Darlington 5-3. Sam Seaman walked, Landon Howren … more
While Cartersville senior receiver Tony Dean may not have gotten the same accolades or national recognition from the recruiting scene that some of the other Canes at his position received, there was no denying his impact on the 2015 state … more
Two major knee surgeries on each leg to repair torn ACLs in consecutive seasons would have been enough to make many football players call it quits. However, not only did Cartersville’s Kobie Whitfield bounce back from the injuries to help the … more
Oftentimes, a ring is more than a piece of jewelry. The significance of the ring carries more value to who wears it than the object itself. While the Cartersville football players appreciate the aesthetic qualities of their 2015 state … more
Cass High’s Ashley West was honored for her offense this past season, but she believes defense is her strong suit in the game. She’s not the only one, either. “This year, my volleyball award, I got offense,” West said. “But [my … more
Former Cartersville and current Chattahoochee Tech basketball player A.J. Mosby has demonstrated a knack for clutch shots in his two years with the Golden Eagles. He hit a game-winner as a freshman and hit a halfcourt buzzer-beater to win by one … more
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