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DON’T PRESS SEND — Former NFL player and coach Herm Edwards’ words to young football players about the social networking service Twitter, “Don’t press send,” were apparently not heeded by the Troup players and students. Tweets … more
The Cartersville boys and girls cross-country teams put up near-identical efforts at the state championships in Carrollton Saturday, with the boys finishing 18th and the girls 19th in their respective 31-team fields. “Our effort that we gave … more
The Cass High football team once again had its work cut out for it facing No. 3-ranked Carrollton Friday night on the road. The Trojans showed why they are one of the top teams in Class 5A, as they defeated Cass by a score of 45-14, ending the … more
Looking for its first win in the season’s final game, Woodland had an uphill battle against Rome, the top team in their region. “I’m still proud of them,” Woodland coach Tony Plott said. “Never at any point in the season did they give … more
The Cartersville High football team earned its school-record fifth consecutive region championship Friday night in blowout fashion with a 68-0 win over Troup at Weinman Stadium. The win adds to a school and state record 25-game win streak. And, … more
With his season over, Eric Bishop stood alone on the beaten-up grass of Tiger Stadium. The state of the field, the million cleat marks crossing back and forth over the faded paint lines, told the story of another season in the books, another season … more
Cass High head football coach Bobby Hughes wants to set a tone with his Colonel program to play hard and physical every snap. That tone starts at the varsity level, but it also is important to instill with the junior varsity players. While the … more
The Woodland High girls cross country team has a good shot to reach the podium in Carrollton Saturday in the Class 5A state championship and may even win the whole race. After all, the team is ranked No. 1 in 5A according to Georgia Milesplit and … more
After several months and nine hard-fought games, it’s come down to tonight for Adairsville. If the Tigers (3-6, 1-3) want to make it to their sixth consecutive state playoffs, setting a new school record in the process, they’ll have to beat … more
Cartersville High football fans have seen glimpses of some of the up-and-coming talent in the program during second halves of the varsity team’s multiple lopsided wins this season. However, the six JV games this year provided another setting … more
The Cartersville High football team has been breaking a lot of records the past few seasons. Whether it be team or individual records, the Canes have been rewriting the books during their state-leading 24-game win streak. Another streak could set … more
A tough season for Cass will come to an end Friday when the Colonels travel to take on Carrollton, the No. 3-ranked team in the state in Class 5A. “I just want to see us continue to compete,” coach Bobby Hughes said. “One of the best … more
LakePoint Sports announced the first annual LakePoint Basketball Showcase presented by the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame on Dec. 10th at the Champions Center. The Showcase will feature boys and girls high school teams from Georgia, Tennessee and … more
The 0-9 Woodland High football team has no playoff aspirations this year, but can still end the season on a high note Friday on senior night. The Wildcats face off against the current No. 1 team in the region, Rome, and a strong showing there … more
Senior night, Thursday, September 22, was a special game for the Woodland Lady Wildcats softball team. It could have been special for what happened at the end of the game, when Brittney Cox singled home Caroline Higdon and then scored on an error … more
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