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Dalton High School’s boys soccer team has made a habit of quick scores to begin halves this season.
The Catamounts are also earning a reputation of winning games, and now they have a shiny trophy to go with it.
Prep roundup: North Murray boys soccer is No. 1 in Region 5-3A
North Murray High School’s boys soccer team was worried its loss a week ago to Cartersville ruined all hopes of winning a region championship.
The Mountaineers got a second life and didn’t waste it.
No stopping her
Both Northwest Whitfield High School girls cross country and track and field coach Shelley Taylor and Brenau University women’s cross country coach Susan McIntyre used the same word when describing Northwest senior Natalie Williams.
It doesn’t hurt that she’s also fast.
One shot can shift the momentum for better or worse in a golf match.
Quick exits for North Murray boys, Lady Indians
Last season, North Murray High School tennis coach Amanda Bynum was able to tell her juniors a version of “there’s always next year” when the boys team lost in the state tournament.
Soccer Colts shoot out of the gate, beat Ringgold
Coahulla Creek High School’s boys soccer team wasted no time scoring Monday night at Ringgold.
The Colts needed just nine seconds to post their first goal.
North Murray High School golfer Colby Hipp still thinks he has to shoot better for a chance at an individual state championship.
Meanwhile, most local teams that haven’t yet played in their region tournaments are eyeing at least a trip to sectionals if they can repeat what they did Saturday at Nob North Golf Course.
Prep roundup: Bruins baseball rolls Ramblers to regain momentum
On Thursday at LaFayette High School, Northwest Whitfield’s baseball team had what coach Todd Middleton termed a “lapse” on the way to their first sub-region loss of the season.
Chris Whitfield: Catching up on (golf) courses this spring
With the arrival of spring weather — this weekend’s temperature drop notwithstanding — area courses are getting ready for their busiest time of the year, and the area’s public courses are in varying conditions.
Twice as nice
During her 11 years as coach of Dalton High School’s girls track and field program, Pam Brackett’s team had never won the region championship.
That drought is over.
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