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While the Region 7-AAAAA Cross Country Championship may seem trivial for a team ranked No. 1 in Class 5A with aspirations of a state title, it is a necessary step in the process of taking home a state championship at the end of the year. The Lady … more
The Adairsville boys cross country team beat out Sonoraville by six points Tuesday to finish fourth at the Region 6-AAA championships and and secure the region’s last berth in the state championships. The Tigers’ five runners all finished … more
The Cass Colonels had their hearts ripped out last week. This week, they’ll try to pick up the pieces and figure out what they have left to play for. “Very emotional, very emotional,” coach Bobby Hughes said about last week’s 30-24 loss … more
Baseball Hall of Famer and former Atlanta Brave Gaylord Perry was in Cartersville Wednesday to grace the grand opening of Ollie’s Discount Outlet. Perry, who won 314 games over a 22-year career, signed autographs and posed for pictures for over … more
Saturday was a big day inside the Adairsville High School gym for Bartow County high school cheerleading programs. It was the first-ever cheer event hosted by the Adairsville High team, and while the Lady Tigers did not compete, Cass and Woodland … more
Woodland sure didn’t look like a winless football team in its last game on Oct. 14 against East Paulding. The Wildcats hung with a team that came into the season ranked in the top 10 and that would be in the state playoffs if the season ended … more
Last year, the Cass volleyball team had an experience that perfectly encapsulated their recent travails. It was Alan Potter’s first year as head coach, and the Lady Colonels were scheduled to play a match somewhere in Cobb County. Where, … more
As October winds down, fall college sports are starting to hold conference championships and tournaments. This is the time of year when all the hard work pays off. Former Cass Colonel Jaison Morning once again led his Valdosta State cross-country … more
Vic Beasley continued his strong recent play Sunday as he had two sacks, giving him 5.5 across the last three games and 6.5 this season, which is tied for fourth in the league. One of his sacks came in the second quarter when Beasley came off the … more
Sitting in my usual seat in Philips Arena during the 2011 NBA Playoffs, I kept hearing a man behind say, “C’mon Teague, you are sorry!” Jeff Teague, the Atlanta Hawks point guard by way of Wake Forest, was being torched by pre-injury … more
GOING STREAKING—With their win Friday over Chapel Hill, this Cartersville team now owns the longest winning streak in school history at 24 games. The previous record of 23 was held by the 1991-1992 teams under Mike Earwood. That 1991 team won … more
It has been a month since a Bartow County football team besides Cartersville has won a game, and that was once again the case this Friday. The Canes rolled over a Chapel Hill team with some talented athletes, but with nowhere near enough … more
The Cass High football team (3-5, 2-4), for all intents and purposes, was eliminated from state playoff contention Friday night in a 30-24 loss to Paulding County (4-4, 3-3) at Doug Cochran Stadium. The loss will be tough to swallow for the … more
The Adairsville Tigers were defeated by the Bremen Blue Devils 49-24 Friday night in Bremen. The first half is where most of the scoring took place for Bremen, with 35 of their points coming in the half. The Tigers’ defense would hold them to … more
Cartersville head football coach Joey King didn’t have much to say after his team’s 48-7 blowout of Chapel Hill Friday. What is there to say? His team had just scored the first 24 points in a game that had a running clock in the second half, … more
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