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Four teams from Adairsville’s five-team Region 6-AAA South subregion will get the opportunity to compete in a play-in game with the state playoffs on the line. Therefore, Adairsville just needs to win one of its next two games to play a 10th … more
The Woodland High softball team far exceeded expectations this season, going all the way to the second round of the state playoffs with a roster comprised of just one senior and two junior starters. The season had to end some time, though, and … more
In a parking lot, lit by floodlights from the field where her high school career had just ended and headlights from the bus headed back to Cartersville, Hannah Todd cried. She had cried after the final out had settled in the right fielder’s … more
The Cartersville volleyball team saw their season come to a close Tuesday, but the Lady Canes didn’t go easily, charging up the Storm Center but dropping a 23-25, 22-25, 15-25 match to Northside (Columbus) in the second round of the state … more
The Woodland High softball team has had an incredible run to the Sweet 16, overcoming a nine-game losing streak and having to win two consecutive games in the region tournament just to make state. While the Lady Wildcats have already exceeded … more
Once teams get to the Sweet 16 of the GHSA state playoffs, there are only quality opponents remaining. The Cartersville High softball team’s opponent in Round 2 today may be the best of those final 16 teams, as the Lady Canes are matched up with … more
The top middle school running talent in the state was in Cochran Saturday for the Georgia Middle School Cross Country Championships. Two Bartow County middle schools proved to be among the state’s elite as Cartersville and Woodland each had … more
After his big game against the defending Super Bowl Champion Broncos last week, Beasley did not have quite as strong of a performance this week at defending NFC champ Seattle, but did make an impact. Beasley Jr. had three tackles, two solo, with … more
Former Bartow County athletes continued to contribute to their college programs last week. While her high school alma mater will play in the second round of the state tournament today, former Cartersville volleyball middle hitter Katie … more
VENI, VENI, EMMANUEL — Emmanuel Jones was named Woodland’s homecoming king at halftime. After being honored in-between periods, he came back on to the Wildcat Stadium field in the third quarter and made one of the most impressive … more
For the second week in a row, Cartersville was the only team to win on Friday in another full slate of Bartow County football. The Canes took down a preseason top 5-ranked team on the road in Sandy Creek, 35-21, and in doing so, all but ensured … more
After a slew of dominating performances, Woodland’s girls cross-country team came back to the pack a little bit Saturday, finishing sixth in a 20-team field in Gainesville at the Fleet Feet Invitational. Freshmen Tess Cochran and Carli Clymer … more
The Bartow County Cross Country Championships lost a little bit of its luster with the No. 1 ranked Woodland Lady Wildcats holding out its top five runners Thursday at Cass High. Cartersville was able to win both races by a somewhat narrow … more
Early, Friday’s matchup between Adairsville and Sonoraville seemed to be going the Tigers’ way. Sonoraville (6-2, 3-0) mounted a long but relatively ineffective drive to open the game, eating up more than four minutes but moving the ball just … more
The Cass Colonels knew they would have to play better than they had all year to keep up with No. 4-ranked Rome Friday night at Doug Cochran Stadium. In the end, Rome was too much as the Wolves defeated Cass by a score of 42-7. “I’m very, … more
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