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Monday was the first day of the 2016-17 school year the GHSA permits practice for riflery, literary, volleyball, softball, cross country and cheerleading teams. Of course, it also is the first day football teams across the state of Georgia can put … more
Former Cartersville and Georgia Southern pitcher Sam Howard picked up his second win in his last three starts this past week for the Class AA Hartford Yard Goats of the Eastern league. Howard pitched six innings, allowing one earned run, one … more
The busy summer of baseball at LakePoint has come to an end as Saturday was the final day of summer travel ball showcases at Perfect Game Park. Many travel ball players will still participate in fall tournaments, but LakePoint will not host … more
The summer is starting to wind down, but the constant whirlwind of teams and tournaments at the LakePoint baseball fields is only getting bigger. “We’ve actually got seven tournaments going on in Georgia right now,” said Kevin Herlihy, … more
Georgia Highlands baseball coach Mike Marra resigned on July 22. Marra, who’s been the baseball coach at Highlands for the last three years, is now the coach at Hiram High School in Paulding County. “It had to be the right situation, which … more
Two years ago, three of the stars on Cartersville’s 2014 football team decided to keep teaming up when they went to college. Quarterback Brooks Barden and receivers Mark Quattlebaum and TL Ford all committed to UNC Charlotte. “It’s been … more
Two months ago, Alvaro Araguas’ parents came with him to Cartersville to see if J.P. Vidour’s tennis academy would be a good fit for Alvaro. After a week, they decided that training with Vidour would be better than any instruction that he … more
Connor Justus has been in Minor League Baseball for just over a month, but he’s already moving up the ladder. After hitting .344 in 26 games for the Rookie-League Orem Owlz in the Los Angeles Angels organization, Justus was promoted to the … more
Bartow County’s 12U Little League softball team led Western 1-0 going into the bottom of the fifth of the first game between the two at the Georgia state tournament. But the Western girls put up three runs in that half-inning, snatching the … more
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
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