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Weather wipes out rest of schedule
The Dalton High School basketball games Tuesday against Ridgeland were called off, as was the wrestling tri-meet at Ringgold involving Coahulla Creek and Southeast Whitfield. No makeup dates are scheduled.
However, some of the games supposed to be played Tuesday have new dates.
Schedules feel chill of winter
With today’s closure of Dalton City, Whitfield County and Murray County public schools, the area’s high school athletic schedule has been taken out by the cold weather as well.
The only exception is at Dalton High School, where the boys and girls basketball teams are expected to take on Ridgeland in a Sub-region 7B-4A matchup at 6 p.m.
A Look Ahead: Dalton-NW rivalry hits basketball court
It’s about time we get Dalton and Northwest Whitfield against one another again.
Sure, the two have faced in swimming meets and wrestling contests, but nothing has seemed quite as energetic or passionate as last October’s football classic in Tunnel Hill.
Prep roundup: Murray County girls pull away in fourth quarter
Murray County’s girls basketball team needed someone to break a fourth-quarter tie.
Aubrie Osborne did that, and more.
Lady Lions can’t dial in the shots vs. Trion
If nothing else, Trion’s Lady Bulldogs might be rewarded for continuing to try as they pulled out a 48-38 win over host Christian Heritage in the Sub-region 6A-A opener for both schools Friday night.
Prep roundup: Three still in hunt for state duals
Rivals Dalton High School and Northwest Whitfield will meet on the wrestling mat with plenty on the line this morning at the Area 7-4A duals in Ellijay at Gilmer High, but both teams will need help in order to have a chance to earn a spot at the state tournament.
Christian Heritage boys fall to LFO at Phoenix Classic
Take away the turnovers, and Christian Heritage boys basketball coach Anthony Moseley believes the Lions win on Monday.
Too bad ball security is a big part of the sport.
A year in review: Champions met their challenges in 2013
As for making the most of one’s time, many of The Daily Citizen’s top local sports stories in 2013 are testaments to those who just did that and rose to met the challenges all athletes face in the pursuit of excellence. Those winners offer a great example of the rewards that come with time well spent.
Four from area earn first-team honors
Isaiah Mack and Eder Mora have experienced the honor of all-state high school football before.
Nich Bartley is kicking off Christian Heritage’s era of statewide recognition.
Prep roundup: Lady Cats take second at tourney
Calhoun High School’s girls basketball team made its shots.
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