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There will be a whopping 31 wrestlers representing Bartow County high schools next weekend at the state traditional tournament. Cass and Woodland represented Bartow well Friday and Saturday at the Class 5A sectionals at Lanier High as each team … more
The Georgia Highlands baseball team expects to earn much of its wins this season on the strength of its pitching staff. As a result, the outcome of the Chargers’ season opener was exactly how head coach Mike Marra would draw it up as they … more
The Adairsville High School softball team improved from three wins in 2013, 10 wins in 2014 to 15 wins in 2015, including a state playoff appearance. Senior Hannah Knapp was part of the turnaround for the Lady Tigers, and she was rewarded for … more
The Cass boys basketball team trailed by eight points at halftime and five entering the fourth quarter of Friday’s first-round Region 7-AAAA tournament game in Cumming. However, it was all Colonels in the fourth quarter as they defeated … more
Cass High’s pressure game didn’t get the traction coaches wanted until the second half, but that was enough to help it defeat North Atlanta, 53-43, and advance to the second round of the Region 7-AAAAA tournament. Meanwhile, Woodland lost a … more
College softball teams from three states will converge on Cartersville this weekend as Georgia Highlands College hosts its third annual Border Battle Classic. Shelton State (AL), Cleveland State (TN), Roane State (TN), East Georgia State and West … more
This weekend will be an eventful one for many Bartow County winter sport athletes. In addition to the region tournaments beginning today in basketball, wrestling sectionals start today and the state swim meet began Thursday and will run through … more
Now in the program’s third year, the Georgia Highlands baseball team is primed for its best season yet. The Chargers will begin their season today at 5 p.m. at LakePoint against Surry Community College. “On paper, this should be our best … more
As successful as the Woodland wrestling program has been, winning state championships in 2003 and 2011 and making the finals of the state duals in each of the last six years, there has been plenty of talent to roll through the program. Even with … more
Dalton caught fire offensively in the third quarter and then worked its way to the foul line more frequently to claim a 51-42 victory over Woodland on Wednesday. The loss closes the books on the regular season for the Lady Wildcats, who now wait … more
Besides those on Friday nights, National Signing Day is the moment every high school football player looks forward to. It is the day when years of hard work is rewarded with the chance to continue to play the sport they love in the next chapter of … more
Excel took Temple to overtime but came up a little short and fell, 62-57, in boys high school basketball play Wednesday. Excel head coach Matt Sanders said he was pleased with the effort by the Eagles. “I thought our defensive effort was at … more
Torrey Hale will be playing football at the next level, and he plans to use that time improving his skills and working to make his late cousin, Tony Hale, proud of him. Hale will attend Independence Community College in Kansas as an early … more
Cartersville opened its soccer season with an exhibition victory against Carrollton on Tuesday, 1-0. Blake Cheek scored the goal in the game’s 60th minute with an assist by Pedro Robledo. Head coach D.J. Paradis said the Purple Hurricanes … more
The Cartersville boys basketball team is headed to the state playoffs. The Canes locked up the Region 7-AAAA regular season region championship and a double-bye in the first round of the region tournament Tuesday night in the Storm Center with an … more
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