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It’s been a busy last few weeks for Sherry Spinks and David Gierlak, coaches for Woodland’s middle school cross-country team. They’re wrapping up their team’s summer running program and preparing for the school year to start again. But … more
The Cartersville Recreation 8-and-under coach pitch team won the GRPA state championship Saturday in walk-off fashion, coming back from a 12-8 deficit to tie the game in the sixth inning before winning in extras, 14-12. Asa Mitcham earned the … more
Kickball is to gym class activities what Mike is to first names. However, as common as kickball is in middle school P.E. classes, it is not a likely starting point for flourishing prep football careers. It was in a middle school gym class … more
There was a time when Avery Showell didn’t think he’d be able to earn a full football scholarship to college. “There was a point where I wasn’t being recruited and I just felt like I didn’t have the exposure that I needed,” … more
Like many high school football teams around the country, Adairsville is wrapping up their summer activities this week. The Tigers are hosting a lineman camp Tuesday and Wednesday and had their last 7-on-7 passing camp Tuesday night. “We … more
Some of the best high school players in the country have been playing this summer at LakePoint during Perfect Game’s World Wood Bat Association Championship series. Last week was no different as the 16U tournament featured one of the most … more
The Cartersville 10-and-under Little League All-Stars lost to Smyrna by 10 runs and were run-ruled on Thursday. As a result, the team was put into the loser’s bracket and would have to win three straight games, including two rematches against … more
Sam Howard might finally be starting to adjust to Double-A. The former Cartersville pitcher picked up his first win in seven tries at the Double-A level Saturday. Pitching for the Hartford Yard Goats in the Colorado Rockies organization, Howard … more
After Brentwood Academy beat Cartersville 32-23 to knock the Canes out of contention at the Southeastern 7-on-7 tournament in Dalton Saturday, Cartersville coach Joey King gathered his team in the shade away from the field. “Too many mistakes … more
The Rio Olympics are fast approaching, and while Woodland High rising sophomore Cheyenne Spinks will not be competing in Brazil, she will have her own Olympic experience very soon. Spinks qualified to run the 1500 in the USATF Junior Olympics on … more
The Cartersville-based 9 Stars Saints 13U team won the Grand Slam Baseball World Series in Panama City, Florida, on July 9. The Saints went 6-0 in the tournament and finished their season with a 48-13-1 record with seven tournament … more
The Bartow County Parks and Recreation Department Senior League team is loaded with a who’s who of the top high school softball players in the county. The talented team ran through the Georgia Senior Little League State Tournament, capping it off … more
Steven Andrade started boxing because his little brother could beat him up. The Andrades had moved to Cartersville from Atlanta just a few years ago, and Andrade’s little brother, Joseph Williams, had joined a boxing gym in town. One day, … more
The LakePoint Champions Center has been open for just over a month, and it’s already playing host to some of the best high school basketball players in the country. The Champions Center is serving as the venue for the Under Armour Association … more
Cartersville running back and cornerback Trey Creamer released a recruiting update Wednesday, and there have been a few changes since he first released his top nine schools on May 19. His new list, featuring eight schools in no order, includes … more
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