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Dalton school system chief’s contract extended
The Dalton Board of Education unanimously voted to renew Superintendent Jim Hawkins’ contract as head of Dalton Public Schools for another three years.
Prep Roundup: A little bit of momentum
Neither Dalton High School baseball coach Shane Ramsey nor North Murray coach David Redmond has had much reason to complain about their offensive production this season.
Defense is another matter.
"After Deadline" sports podcast - March 5, 2014 (free)
The Daily Citizen's "After Deadline" sports podcast returns to talk about the high school soccer season so far, including the surging Coahulla Creek boys team, which sports writer Devin Golden predicts will win the Region 5-3A title.
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.
Andrews, Hutchinson score goals for Rebels
The Dalton Parks and Rec-reation Department’s Rebels lacrosse team lost 5-2 to host Signal Mountain (Tenn.) on Saturday.
D.J. Hutchinson and Chase Andrews scored for the Rebels (2-4), while Jack Sanderson made four saves in goal.
Dalton gym doubles down on titles
Jarrett Slaughter was the reason Jeremiah Morgan started training at the North Georgia Hayastan MMA Academy, so having each mixed martial artist win his first championship at the same event was a nice bonus.
One that got away
The blown coverage and botched snap couldn’t have come at a worse time for the Georgia Rampage.
And as the clocked expired, all hope for payback evaporated.
Catching a second (win)d
Through two games of the Georgia Rampage’s inaugural season in Dalton, mistakes were made, decisions were poor and timing and familiarity were missing.
Now after four games, the team has found its rhythm.
Local lacrosse squad gets into win column
The Dalton Rebels lacrosse team picked up the first victory in the first-year program’s history with an 8-2 win against Tenness-ee’s Soddy-Daisy on Thursday.
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